Project Description

Swan River First Nation

Swan River is one of the original signatories to Treaty No. 8 signed by Kinosayo in 1899. Swan River is a member of the Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council. The Nation operates all the available programs funded by Indian and Northern Affairs, Health, and Human Resource Development Canada.  It also operates three wholly owned corporations and is involved in numerous other corporations.

About Swan River First Nation

Why Swan River First Nation?

Swan River is one of the original signatories to Treaty No. 8 signed by Kinosayo in 1899. The band has one elected chief and three councilors and currently has over 300 members living on reserve. They strive to balance economic development with environmental protection. It also operates three wholly owned corporations and is involved in numerous other corporations.

Recent Projects

  • Health Center equipped with Solar Panels

  • Working on Community Energy Plan

Recent Projects

Swan Lake 2019 CEP

May 29th, 2019|0 Comments

Swan River First Nation Community Energy Plan Background FNPA is currently working with Swan River First Nation on their Community Energy Plan (CEP). The project launched on May 28th, 2019 [...]

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