Swan Lake First Nation Ojibway people are proud and prosperous. We are rich in culture and beliefs and have strong ties to our land.
Signatory to Treaty 1, Chief Yellowquill followers settled along Swan Lake in the Pembina Valley, better known as “Guabiskiigamauc,” curve in the lake.
News and Updates!
- Employment Opportunity: Executive Assistant - The Executive Assistant oversees the administration of the Swan Lake First Nation Chief & Council office assists with governance outreach and research. The position will provide administrative support the elected Chief and Councillors, general public, and community, ensuring the smooth flow of information and Correspondence. Application Deadline: Friday October 2, 2030 Application Method: In attached […]
- EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: DIRECTOR of OPERATIONS - EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY DIRECTOR, OPERATIONS Management Swan Lake First Nation POSITION: Director DEPARTMENT: Management REPORTS TO: Chief and Council LOCATION: Swan Lake First Nation SUMMARY: The Director of Operations offers a rewarding and diverse opportunity for an individual with superior people skills, management, leadership, and decision-making capabilities. Reporting to the First Nation Leadership, this position requires […]