Our inherent sovereignty

*Make written laws over a number of tribal matters currently under provincial and federal legislation.

*Encourage tribal members to become more involved in tribal decision-making.

Our inherent sovereignty

*Continue to increase the tribal land base by lobbying the federal and provincial governments to convert acquired off-reserve lands to reserve status.

*Build a free-trade zone on the reserve.

Our inherent sovereignty

*Encourage the retention of Cree culture among the youth

*Prepare young people for owning and operating their own business

About Us

Location The Montana Indian Reservation, No. 139 is located approximately 90 kilometers south of Edmonton and 3 kilometers east of Highway No. 2A. (see map) It is the smallest First

Our Mission

The Montana First Nation will increasingly exercise its inherent sovereignty and implement its Tribal government. Future endeavors are: take over more and more of the control and administration of programs

History

Historical Background Treaty 6 was negotiated with the Plains and Wood Cree Indians in what is now central Alberta and Saskatchewan at Fort Carlton and Fort Pitt in 1876. Prior

Our Team

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John doe
CEO / Founder
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Martin Rogger
Delivery Boy
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George Williams
Driver
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jonathan doe
Manager

News and Job opportunities

03 October 2019
Montana First Nation hosts job fair to get people into the oil and gas industry

Chris Stewart APTN News The Montana First Nation hosted a job fair for people in the community in the hopes of getting people jobs in various industries. More than a

22 September 2019
NEW JOB OPPORTUNITY

JOB OPENING : EDUCATION COACH CLOSING DATE: AUGUST 7, 2018 AT 4PM Job Summary: Montana First Nation is seeking a highly motivated individual to work as the MISD Education Coach.