Prince Albert Grand Council


Prince Albert Grand Council, SK, represents 12 First Nations and 26 communities, with a total of 30,000 First Nation members. Official languages are Dakota, Dene and Cree. The Council provides a range of programs including forestry, education, health and social development, economic development and technical services.

Prince Albert Grand Council
Prince Albert Grand Council: Background This video provides a brief introduction to the Prince Albert Grand Council.
Prince Albert Grand Council: Fire Impact at Montreal Lake 2015 This video provides some background on the Montreal Lake Fire, SK, 2015.
Prince Albert Grand Council: Disaster Resilience, TK and Response Capacity This video highlights the fire response at Montreal Lake and outlines wise practices for fire preparedness.
Prince Albert Grand Council: Talking Circle Protocol This video is an example of one approach to a talking circle protocol.
Prince Albert Grand Council: Hazard Resilience and Wise Practices This video offers a series of wise practices that can increase hazard resilience.
Prince Albert Grand Council: TK and Elder Expertise This video provides an example of the types of knowledge and expertise available to communities through their Elders.
Prince Albert Grand Council and Disaster Resilience: Wollaston Lake TK This video is an example of the effectiveness of using Traditional Knowledge and community members when responding to local emergencies
Prince Albert Grand Council and Disaster Resilience: Cumberland House TK This video highlights the importance of consulting with Elders to get advice about potential community threats.
Prince Albert Grand Council Resilience: Local Level Capacity and Elders This video focuses on the importance of involving local community members, and Elders and accessing Traditional Knowledge when developing emergency plans.
Prince Albert Grand Council: Hazard Risk Analysis This video highlights the need to involve both Elders and youth in hazard risk analysis.


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