First Nations Bands

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Study Highlights:

14 out of 20 respondents mentioned they find their aboriginal sources online through band websites, though four mentioned you need to be on the ground rather than on the phone. Others mentioned that they get to know band chiefs who can then connect them to other people.

Oil sands impact on Aboriginal communities was mentioned by one journalist as a driving issue.

Athabasca Tribal Council

Roy Vermillion
CEO
780-791-6538 Ext: 226

• Athabasca Chipewyan 1-780-697-3730
Chief: Allan Adam

In the press: Ian Willms, freelance photographer – Fort Chipewyan: In the Shadows of the Oil Sands photo essay
In the press: CBC – The Nature of Things with David Suzuki: Tipping Point: The Age of the Oil Sands

• Chipewyan Prairie Dene 1-780-559-2259
Chief: Vern Janvier

In the press: Sun News Network – At peace with the pipeline?
In the press: CBC – Alberta First Nations urge caribou protection

Fort McKay 1-780-828-2442
Chief: Jim Boucher

Dayle Hyde
Communications Director
Phone: 780-828-2463
Cell: 780-881-5715

In the press: Briarpatch Magazine – “We can no longer be sacrificed”

• Fort McMurray No. 468 780-334-2293
Chief: Ronald Kreutzer

• Mikisew Cree 1-780-697-3740
Chief: Steve Courtoreille

In the press: CBC – Alberta First Nations place anti-oilsands ad in major U.S. paper

Cold Lake First Nations
1-780-594-7183
Chief: Cecil Janvier

Beaver Lake Cree Nation
Chief: Henry Gladue
Ph: 780-623-4549 Ext. 238

In the press: Lac La Biche Post – Beaver Lake Cree challenge government in massive court case

Lubicon Lake Cree Nation

Garrett Tomlinson
Communications / Industry Liaison
780-629-3945 Office, 780-618-3794 Direct

In the press: Toronto Sun – Alberta government, community groups at odds over oil spill cleanup
In the press: Rabble.caActivist Communique: The story behind the story of the Lubicon Lake Cree First Nation near Slave Lake