Saulteau First Nations

Preferred Name:
Saulteau First Nations
Alternative Name:
Variation Saulteau; Adhered To Treaty No 8 (1914) As Part Of Saulteau; Formerly East Moberly Lake (Alternate Moberly)
Language:
Anishnaubemowin, Dane-Zaa, Nēhiyawēwin
BC Regional Office:
Northeast (Fort St. John)
Region:
Northeast
Reserve Land Area:3,025.80 ha
Chief:
Chief Nathan Parenteau
Council:
Councillor Amy Gauthier,
Councillor Lana Garbitt,
Councillor Laura Murfitt,
Councillor Teena Demeulemeester
Governance Structure:
Custom Electoral System
Address: P.O. Box 1022
Chetwynd
V0C 1J0
Community Description
Saulteau First Nations, located in Moberly Lake, BC, are a proudly determined First Nations communty and signatory to Treaty 8.
Treaty or Tribal Association
Treaty 8 First Nations
Summary of Economic Development Agreements, Community Businesses and Joint Ventures
Saulteau is involved in a variety of ventures which include: Twin Sisters Native Plant Nursery, 6 Nations Ventures, 3 Nations Ventures, 4ever green resources LP, Saulteau Safety and Secutity, Saulteau Camp Services, Saulteau Communications, and Little Prairie Community Forest. Saulteau also receives a variety of benefits from joint-ventures and partnerships with companies such as: Britco-Airamark, Bailey Helicopters, North Cariboo Air, Ruskin Construction, FMI Electrical Installations, Tetratec EVA, MTS Trucking, Jake’s Construction and KMC