This land is our spiritual, physical, and economic homeland. We keep this land in honour of our ancestors and on behalf of our future generations, so that as long as the sun shines, the rivers flow, and the grass grows, we can continue our traditional way of life.

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News From Beaver Lake Cree Nation

Public Works Operator


The position of public works Operator consists of planning daily task, assisting in cover-off of driving water trucks, sewer & Semi truck,... Read More → Public Works Operator

Junior Accounts Clerk


Mamowe Opikihawasowin TCCFS West Society is hiring a Junior Accounts Clerk for the Post Majority Support Services (PMSS) program.... Read More → Junior Accounts Clerk

ISETS/Post Secondary Policy and Procedures


... Read More → ISETS/Post Secondary Policy and Procedures

Band Meeting January 17th


Band Meeting scheduled for January 17th at 12:00PM.... Read More → Band Meeting January 17th

Prevention Services Worker


The Prevention Services Worker will facilitate culturally rich land-based social, recreational, and educational programming for children,... Read More → Prevention Services Worker

Elders Society Portal

A special area of the website that lists tools and services available to our beloved elders of Beaver Lake Cree Nation

Spruce Point Campground

Friends and travelers welcome to our majestic campground at Spruce Point

Treatment Centre

Health is of paramount importance to us and to prove it we have a second to none health facility available to all our valued membership

AMISK Solar Project

AMISK Community School has taken a massive step towards offsetting carbon emissions. Read all about their Solar Project here

Land Designation

Beaver Lake Cree Nation (Reserve #131) has initiated a land designation on its Reserve land

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