• Cold Lake First Nations Community Website

    "A livelihood for a livelihood"

    Cold Lake First Nations is pleased to welcome the world to our community website. We hope to continue to honor our Elders, both past and present, by proudly sharing our stories, history and current events with you. We dedicate this website to all the Elders and to the children of the Cold Lake First Nations. Enjoy your visit!
    Masi Chok. (Thank you).

  • Denesųłįné Language App

    Click the link below to download our app for the iPhone or iPad



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Łuéchogh Túé Announcements

  • Safe Surfing: Navigating the Net for Parents +

    Date: Wednesday, March 2, 2016
    Time: 5:30 to 7:30
    Location: Legoff School - Computer Lab
    Cost: Free
  • RCMP Policing Priorities +

    Cold Lake Victim Services has partnered with the RCMP to conduct this brief survey to ensure that the RCMP priorities align with those of the public. Read More
  • News from Denesųłįné Language and Culture Department +

    We are working on having our Denesųłįné Language App changed over to include android hand held devices. Right now only iPhones, iPads, and iPods can download the app. Not everyone has these devices, so in order for our language to reach a bigger audience, we need to include others. I will be doing some fund raising to accomplish this goal..
  • Alex Janvier Gallery +

    “Alex Janvier, of Cold Lake First Nation, has been paint-ing for over 65 years. He has made many, many wonderful creations over the years, and has been honored with many awards, and commissioned works across Canada. This year he was offered to complete a large mosaic commission for the new Rogers Place arena, in Downtown Edmonton, which will be unveiled in 2016. Alex Janvier and his wife Jacqueline, have been operating a business called Janvier Gallery in the Cold Lake area since 2003. For more information about Alex, or Janvier Gallery, please visit our website at www.alexjanvier.com. Read More
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  • Treaties 1-11 Chiefs Strategize to Implement Action Plan

    November 2, 2015, Traditional territory of Treaty No.7…Cold Lake First Nation’s (CLFN) Chief Bernice Martial and leadership attended the Treaties 1-11 Post Election Strategy meeting at the Grey Eagle Hotel at Tsuut’ina Nation.
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  • Welcome

    Cold Lake First Nations is a Denesuline (Chipewyan) Tribe and part of the Dene Nation. Located 300 kilometers northeast of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, this dynamic First Nation has a total membership of over 2400 members. Approximately 1500 Band Members live in or near its three distinct neighbouring communities, namely "LeGoff"(Indian Reserve 149), "Cold Lake" (Indian Reserve 149 A) and "English Bay" (Indian Reserve 149 B) all of which are located in the scenic Cold Lake area.
  • First Nations bear the risks of oilsands development

    Aboriginal communities fear environmental contamination and health problems related to oilsands mining, but say few people are listening to their concerns.
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  • Chief Martial Speaks on Experience at TRC Gathering

    Cold Lake First Nations Chief & Council invited mem-bers to attend the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) closing ceremonies in Ottawa. In attendance at the TRC event was: Chief Ber-nice Martial, Joyce Metch-ewais, Elise Charland, Frank Charland, Angie Grandbois, and Annabelle Martial.

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Employment Opportunities

  • Casual Bus Driver 1, (Legoff Route) +

    The fundamental reason for this position is to operate transfer units safely and transport clients on a fixed schedule from residence to program located in Legoff (Band Hall), and to effectively interact with the public. The drivers will adhere to Read More
  • Casual Bus Driver 2, (English Bay/Little Cold Lake/City of Cold Lake Route) +

    The fundamental reason for this position is to operate transfer units safely and transport clients on a fixed schedule from residence to program located in Legoff (Band Hall), and to effectively interact with the public. The drivers will adhere to Read More
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