The Meadow Lake Tribal Council
The Meadow Lake Tribal Council (MLTC) began in 1981 when the First Nations of Northwest Saskatchewan united to form the Meadow Lake District Chiefs Joint Venture. The Meadow Lake District Chiefs became officially known as the Meadow Lake Tribal Council in 1996.
Since that time, the Meadow Lake Tribal Council has become a testament to the cooperative nature of the nine Meadow Lake First Nations (MLFNs) that comprise the tribal council. Under the direction of the MLFNs Chiefs, the Meadow Lake Tribal Council has progressed steadily as a second-level programs and services provider. The dedication of the MLTC managers and staff has proven itself in the efficient and effective assistance it provides to the MLFNs-level programs and services that operate within the nine communities.
Tribal Chief Richard Ben
“My commitment to you is a strong presence that is pushing MLTC’s growth agenda into the future.”
It is with great pride that I represent the nine First Nations of the Meadow Lake Tribal Council. I have a strong bias for community development. During my tenure as Tribal Chief, I want to ensure that each of the MLTC communities, and every member, feels that they are in an improving environment of opportunity and health. MLTC seeks to create successful economic development through business investment and partnerships that will generate wealth, opportunity, health and prosperity for its shareholders – the nine First Nations of the Meadow Lake Tribal Council. Through its corporate business governance entities, MLTC RDI and MLTC Industrial Investments, MLTC is focused on long-term economic growth. My commitment to you is a strong presence that is pushing MLTC’s growth agenda into the future.