OUR MISSION

“Peerless Trout First Nation is committed to develop, strengthen and support our members. We strive to successfully deliver programs and services to create a healthy, safe and active environment with the goal of enhancing the quality of life for our first nation. ”

OUR VISION

“Peerless Trout First Nation is strong, transparent and accountable. We continue to grow and are prosperous through innovation, partnerships and creation of successful economic opportunities while protecting our cultural values, lands and Treaty Rights. We will provide a safe and healthy environment for our members to thrive and to assist in developing our future generations. ”

NOTICES & UPCOMING EVENTS

COVID-19 Rapid Testing

WHAT IS RAPID TESTING? The GeneXpert is an automated respiratory testing instrument that is used to rapidly test for the virus that causes COVID-19. It

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COVID-19 Update

Following the Province’s new COVID restriction’s Peerless Trout First Nation would like to remind all residents of Peerless Lake, Trout Lake and its members to

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Employment Opportunity

Lands Manager FULL TIME PERMANENT POSITION Reporting to the Band Manager, the Lands Manager leads the PTFN Land Code development process, the Land Use Planning

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Community Meeting

Purpose of the Meeting These are band resources Keeping the members informed Provide facts These are band resources Employment In Alberta Business Too much equipment

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School Renaming Contest

We are pleased to announce the winner for the school re-naming contest. Congratulations to Daralyn Okewmow for winning this contest and naming our school the

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About the Community

PTFN Fire Department

PTFN has a volunteer Fire Department. The department is comprised of community members from the Peerless and Trout Lake communities. All members have received adequate training. In the spring of 2019 the Trout Lake community was evacuated two times over four weeks due to fire. Approximately 300 members were sent to Edmonton until the fire was deemed safe. Peerless Trout First Nation was the only First Nation to receive the Alberta Emergency Management Award in 2019  for demonstrating exemplary leadership in a community. For more information on the PTFN Fire Department please contact our office.

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