The Montreal Lake Cree Nation is a distinct First Nation among the Aboriginal peoples of Canada in that they possess a unique historical cultural heritage, and as such, form a people with a common political consciousness. We strive to maintain the social, economic and political bases of the First Nations people represented herein, including their rights to land and resources, culture, language, self-government and self-determination.
As a band member of the Prince Albert Grand Council, the Montreal Lake Cree Nation recognizes their inherent and natural rights to First Nation self-determination and First Nation self-government as bestowed upon them by the Creator.
Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations Youth Soccer Championship will be held on August 23 - 25, 2013 at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. For more information contact Ricky D. Bird at (306) 663 5349 MLCN Band Office.
Where: Montreal Lake Cree Nation.
Location: Montreal Lake School Gymnasium.
Date: Friday June 7th 2013.
Time: 10:00AM-12:30PM / 1:00PM-3:00PM.
Please ensure that you have 'VALID Saskatchewan Health Cards for you're children. You will be asked to present these cards before they issue out their treaty annuity payments.
Please ensure that you also have a valid Saskatchewan Health Card or any other kind of Identification (Treaty Card, S.I.N Card, SGI Card, ETC).
Also, if you are unsure of you're child's registration or have any other questions or concerns, please phone me at the band office (306) 663-5349 ext 229.
Ne He Thow Store is looking to hire a Store Manager Trainee who will work under the direct supervision of the Store Manager. The Store Manager Trainee will receive on the job training in the areas of the daily operations of the store according to set goals and business objectives. Daily operations include staff scheduling, supervision and management, customer satisfaction, product quality assurance, accounting, computer skills, store maintenance, and health and safety compliance.
Closing date for all applicants is Tuesday, March 31, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. CST. Qualified applicants should forward a resume and inquiries to:
Attention: Gitte Smith, Store Manager
Ne He Thow Store
Montreal Lake, Saskatchewan
Phone Number: (306) 663-5870
Fax Number: (306) 663-5875
MLCN Employee Policy for all Band and contract employees
Chief: Edward Henderson
To have a healthy sustainable community that supports a holistic way of life, by encouraging our involvement in traditions, customs and practices through sharing and learning.
To honor and preserve our sacred treaties, our culture and our language by having safe, drug and alcohol free community.
Leadership, staff and membership will show mutual respect for each other, protect our land, and work together to create wealth and personal prosperity.