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ABOUT THE NATION

Kapawe'no First Nation is located in Grouard, about 30 km North East of High Prairie, Alberta. The nation's six reserves comprise of 1562 hectares of land.

Kapawe’no First Nation has a very stable governance system that is based on the hereditary system. Former Chief Frank Halcrow became Chief of Kapawe'no First Nation in 1970 and served the Nation for 50 years before passing on January 2, 2020. 

General Information

Membership meeting:

April 20, 2024, 10:00 am lunch provided.

Band Hall

Zoom will be available

Agenda to follow

WELCOME

About

Kapawe'no First Nation is located at Grouard, near High Prairie, Alberta. Our six reserves comprise 1562 hectares of land.

To ensure effective and accountable leadership, a governance plan was developed that clearly defines the mission, mandate and responsibilities of Kapawe’no First Nation and the Chief and Council.  

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Kapawe'no First Nation School is a brand new school offering Cree language instruction, land-based teaching, and Alberta Education's Program of Studies for kindergarten to Grade 12.

> Visit their new website here

> Connect on their Facebook page

COVID-19

Access COVID-19 advisory notices, information, resources and more. 

 

KFN announcements and updates regarding the COVID-19 pandemic will be provided here. 

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