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Frog Lake First Nation Community - Profile

Frog Lake First Nation has a population of 3300 and located 32 km SE of Bonnyville which is approximately 300 km from Edmonton, Alberta.  Frog Lake First Nation has its own local government and a diversity of programs that provide service to the community. The land base of the reserve for Unipouheos #121 is 33 square miles/21,120 acres and Puskiakiwenin #122 is 40 square miles/25,600 acres.  Total: 73 square miles/46,720 acres within the Treaty Six Territory.

Frog Lake First Nation’s local government consists of six members, 1 Chief and 5 Council members, which are elected every two years by the community eligible voters.  The Vision of Frog Lake First Nation Chief and Council is to encourage and support youth programs so that they enhance economic stability of the Frog Lake First Nations.  This will be accomplished by effective communications and training and at the same time retain Treaty Rights so that the future generation will maintain the strong culture and language of Frog Lake members.   

For more information please  go to Frog Lake First Nation Website.

Chief and Council 2017 - 2019
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