Post Secondary Training & Sponsorship Program

Application Checklist

  • Letter of acceptance into the courses you will need to continue with your education
  • Cost of tuition and books
  • Course outline
  • Potential start and end dates
  • Proof of dependents living with you: either copies of their birth certificates or their Alberta Health Care cards

ALL THIS INFORMATION IS REQUIRED WITH YOUR COMPLETED APPLICATION BEFORE IT CAN BE PROCESSED FOR APPROVAL. PLEASE SEND YOUR COPLETED APPLICATION BACK TO OUR OFFICE BEFORE THE FOLLOWING DATES: 

  • FALL SEMESTER -JUNE 15, 2016
  • WINTER SEMESTER -NOVEMBER 15, 2016

IF YOU FAIL TO MEET THE ABOVE DEADLINES, PEERLESS TROUT FIRST NATION WILL HAVE NO CHOICE BUT TO DECLINE YOUR FUNDING APPLICATION.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT OUR OFFICE. 

-> Click Here to Access the Application Form

Trust Fund Program

Trust Programs approved by the Peerless Trout First Nation membership:

2014: Cemetery Renovation Program, Escorts for City Medical Trips, Homemaker Program, Housing Minor Renovations, Literacy Education for Adults, WinCard Program (Student Attendance). 

2013: Elder's Budget, Brushing Program (Youth Employment), Native Hockey Provincials, Treaty Days, Recreation Program, Emergency Response.

2012: Minor Hockey, Funeral Support, High School Diploma, Medical Emergency.

For more information on current trust programs, application processes, forms or upcoming trust votes please contact the Trust Coordinators. 

FEEDBACK ON HOMEMAKER PROGRAM

 Esther cardinal -employee for the Homemaker program for elders and disabled 

Esther cardinal -employee for the Homemaker program for elders and disabled 

“I love getting the help with my home. I look forward to Thursdays every week.”

— Ruth Cardinal (Elder from Peerless Lake on Homemaker Program)

“I am happy with the cleaning done in my home. Nobody has done that for me...to come clean my home.”

— Solomon Noskiye (Elder from Trout Lake on Homemaker Program)


Wilma Sinclair, Post Secondary Coordinator/Trust Program Supervisor

mailto:Wilma.sinclair@ptfn.net                         (780) 869-2391

Wilma has been employed by the First Nation since 2011. Born and raised in the community and is a community member. Wilma graduated from Portage College in 2009 and has her office administration diploma.  Wilma was the administrative assistant to Chief and Council for a three year period prior to taking over the PSE Coordinator and Trust Program Supervisor roles.

Post Secondary Education Coordinator - Duties include screening of application and selection for post-secondary section. Wilma provides support on career advice and post-secondary program selection.

Supervisor of Recreation and Trust Program Coordinator - Wilma is in charge of allowing the program to continue and coming up with budget.


Norma Noskey, Trust Program Coordinator

mailto:norma.noskiye@ptfn.net                           (780) 869-3784

Member of the community, born and raised. Has been working for the band since February of 2014. Norma is working on the trust programs and providing access to previous programs and application process. Norma is aware of all of the approved trust programs.  Norma has previous experience in the medical transportation.



Elizabeth (Liz) Cardinal, Recreation Director

elizabeth.cardinal@ptfn.net                       (780) 869-2391

Started in March of 2014 as a full-time Recreation Coordinator. Born and raised in the community and is a band member. Setting up community events that are recreational sports related, sponsorship requests,  adult aged recreation for community members sixteen years of age and older. Some of these events may include horse shoe tournaments, baseball, volleyball games and Treaty 8 Days.  Elizabeth has her Early Childhood Development certificate for Northern Lakes in 2013. Liz enjoys working with people ad organizing events.  Liz is an avid baseball player. Times and events may vary and for more information on upcoming events please contact Liz directly.