Treaty Rights & Environmental Protection

Our main priority is to correspond and interact with Community members, industry sectors, ministry and government agencies regarding our collective Treaty 8 Rights to ensure that meaningful consultation is achieved when reviewing resource development projects.

Our goal is to ensure the Nation has a clear understanding of the impacts to our treaty rights as guaranteed under constitution section 35.

Some services that involve community input and participation to help gather local knowledge would include:

  • Community Moose Meetings
  • Caribou Penning Projects
  • Community Scoping Meetings
  • Lichen picking Excursions
  • Berry Picking Excursions

Positions Include:

TREP Director, On-reserve Lands Manager, Lands Staff Support, Oil & Gas Referral Technician, Forestry Referral Lead, Executive Assistant and Front Desk, GIS Technician, SFN Community Liaison.