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North Peace Tribal Council

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Aboriginal Community Council | Representative Body
State/Country:Northwest Territories, Canada
Summary Information:
The North Peace Tribal Council is a representative body which was established in 1987 by the Little Red River Cree, Dene Tha', Tall Cree and Beaver First Nations. 1995 saw the Lubicorn Lake Nation join as a member. The mandate of the Council is threefold. It exists to:

  • Provide a political forum for the policy and decision making of member First Nations;
  • Combine efforts to address issues, resolve problems and develop economies; and
  • Provide resources and support for the provision of professional advisory services to member First Nations.

    The Council is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of a Chairperson and the Chiefs of member First Nations. The issues addressed by the Council include health, education, children's and technical services, police and employment.

  • Related Entries

  • Treaty No 8
  • People
  • Beaver First Nation
  • Cree Indians - Member

  • Glossary

    Representative Body | Aboriginal Community Council (Australia)

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