North Peace Tribal Council

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The North Peace Tribal Council represents five First Nations in northwestern Alberta, Canada. The North Peace Tribal Council was incorporated in 1987, by the Beaver First Nation, Dene Tha' First Nation, Little Red River Cree First Nation, and Tallcree Tribal Government. The Lubicon Lake Nation was accepted into membership in 1995, but left in 2013.

Members

Current Members

As of September 2018, North Peace Tribal Council had the following First Nations with these recorded number of registered members[1]:

Former Members

References

  1. ^ "Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada,". Retrieved 2018-10-25.

External links

  • Official website
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