Provided by: File Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council (aka FHQTC)Print
Advocates, protects and promotes the social , economic and political rights of women and children and addresses the environmental challenges they face.
Goals of the Council include:
- To assist First Nations women in the FIle Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council communities
- To build and foster effective communication bridges among each community women’s group
- To develop an organizational structure – connected to FHQTC and to each community group
- To recommend and assist with processes for effective communication with the elected leadership within the FHQTC
- To ensure a community driven women’s voice is considered on issues of importance
- To determine how the FHQTC programs and services can assist women in the communities with their concerns and issues.
- To assist the Saskatchewan First Nation’s Women’s Commission in their effort to bring women’s voices forth to the Provincial FSIN level.
- Little Black Bear: Monica Bellegarde
- Star Blanket: Cathy Stonechild
- Okanese: Darlene Stonechild
- Peepeekisis: Linda Poitras
- Carry the Kettle: Leila Thomson
- Standing Buffalo: Minnie Ryder, Nadine Deegan (alt)
- Pasqua: Beverly Chicoose, Janova Pasqua
- Muscowpetung: Melissa Tavita, Joyce Keepness (alt)
- Piapot: Farrah Sugar
- Nekaneet: Brenda Mosquito, Doreen Oakes
- Wood Mountain: Loretta Lethbridge
Members of File Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council.
Okanese First Nation
PO Box 759
Balcarres, SK S0G 0C0
Located approximately 16 kilometers North and 5 kilometers East of Balcarres, Saskatchewan.
Carry The Kettle First Nation, Little Black Bear First Nation, Muscowpetung First Nation, Nekaneet First Nation, Okanese First Nation, Pasqua First Nation, Peepeekisis First Nation, Piapot First Nation, Standing Buffalo First Nation, Star Blanket First Nation, Wood Mountain First Nation
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