Linda Noskiye - Office Manager, Indian Registration Administrator & Executive Admin Support for Chief & Council.
Linda has been employed with PTFN since its inception in 2010 as a Membership Clerk. Linda is member of the PTFN. Her duties include being a membership clerk and providing service to all members., as well as being the Executive Assistant to Chief and Council and Band Manager
Membership Department-open from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. from Monday to Friday.
Birth Registrations: For birth registrations, Parental Consent form and a long form birth certificate is needed. Parental consent forms are available at the office.
New Registrations: This form is also available at the office. This form is for new applicants who wish to pursue treaty status.
Certificate of Indian Status: Call to book for an apt 1 833 869 7836
Cards are only issued from Monday to Wednesday from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Membership List: This list is updated on a regular basis.
Voters List: This list is updated on a regular basis.
If you need more information on either one of the above, please call Linda Noskiye @ 1 (833) 869 7836 or email email@example.com Fax: 780 869 3983
Jason Wigton, Band Manager, Capital Assets Director and Director of Emergency Services
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone : 1-(833)-869-7836
The PTFN is pleased to announce the appointment of Jason Wigton as Capital Assets Director and the Director of Emergency Services as well as the Band Manager. Jason was born and raised in Cochrane, Alberta before he moved to Northern Alberta in February of 1992. In 2006 Jason achieved attended the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology where he completed a class A journeymen certificate in 2006. Jason then went onto start his career in public works and housing. Jason is also known around the north for his dedication to the volunteer Fire Department. He became a volunteer fire fighter in 2002 and in 2008 he began the Loon River Fire Department and became their Chief is 2010 as well as worked as the Director of Emergency Management. During his time at Loon River he gained a great deal of government experience at the Federal, Provincial and Municipal levels.
In October 2015 Jason was excited to accept his new position. Reporting directly to Chief and Council Jason has been delegated the responsibility of assisting the Project Manager in the construction of capital assets as outlined in the capital agreement. Jason also oversees the operation and maintenance of all of PTFN’s capital assets which includes building roads, and overseeing buildings. Jason also works closely with the Housing manager when work relating to housing comes forward. Jason is currently working with Peerless and Trout communities on two new fire halls and is anxious to provide the required training to those who wish to become volunteer fire fighters. Jason says he’s very pleased to have joined the community and looks forward to working with them into the future.
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