Serving the communities of Duncan's First Nation, Horse Lake First Nations and Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation.

The Western Cree Tribal Council (WCTC) is a nonprofit organization which is an association of autonomous member First Nations. The three First Nations members are Duncan's First Nation, Horse Lake First Nation, and Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation.

The primary purpose of the WCTC is to assist members and to act on behalf of member First Nations at the request of, and under the direction of, the member First Nations. It is the purpose of the Western Cree Tribal Council to encourage, facilitate, and work toward improving the unity and cooperation amongst member First Nations and between itself and other Governments and generally to assist members, collectively and separately, to achieve their goals in all areas including Self Government, Aboriginal Rights, Land Claims, and Economic, Social, Health, Cultural, Technical Services and Educational Development.

Although Western Cree Tribal Council supports our First Nation Members in business endeavours and development, unfortunately Western Cree Tribal Council is not in the position to offer financial support via loans or grants and the like. We do however wish you much success and will gladly assist you with obtaining information regarding programs and services that may be able to assist you.

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    PRESS RELEASE: This release is to state that Western Cree Tribal Council within Treaty 8 opposes Bill C45 and will not support this legislation that will change existing laws and regulations.
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    Head Office: Box 2129, Valleyview, Alberta, TOH 3N0
    Phone: 780.524.5978 - Fax: 780.524.2898
    Sub Office: #104, 9802 - 97 Avenue, Grande Prairie, Alberta, T8V 7K2
    Phone: 780.532.3009 - Fax: 780.532.3339