Long Lake #58 First Nation is a model for others to follow, it is therefore our responsibility today, to create a better quality of life for those who follow.

Community Announcements

Warning! High Health Risk due to high levels of ASBESTOS do not enter the grounds at the point. (Church Grounds)
Asbestos Health Risks
Posted: May 28, 2018
Asbestos and Fire Damaged Buildings
Posted: May 28, 2018

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Long Lake #58 Environmental Technician
MTO Indigenous Infrastructure Intern Positions
O.P.S. Cover Letter and Resume Writing Guide
Greenstone Gold Vote/Community Meeting for (FHRMIRA) June 13, 2018
Tenants of Long Lake #58 First Nation
Steering Committee Coordinator (Job Posting)
Job Posting (Two) Summer Internship Mining – Economic Development
Tenants of Long Lake #58 FN Hydro one / Union Gas
Aboriginal Day June 21, 2018

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"Thank you for visiting our new website! we have very exciting news concerning the Greenstone Gold Mine"

-Chief Veronica Waboose
Click here to find out more: https://longlake58.wixsite.com/longlake58portal
Posted: May 4, 2018

"Our new members website is now live!

Confidential information regarding the members of Long lake #58 First Nation will be posted here"
Click here to find out more: https://longlake58.wixsite.com/longlake58portal
Posted: May 4, 2018

 

We handle everything for you!
  • Economic Development
  • Land Management
  • Land Claim
  • Housing Services
  • Employment Services
  • Education Opportunities
  • Training Opportunities
  • Community Events
  • Annual events
  • Booking

A Progressive Nation

We are a progressive and proud people, striving for self-sufficiency through education, economic development, social development and participation in the regional economy while managing our rightful lands and resources.

Leadership

Our members are also recognized for their leadership on First Nation issues as well as on matters related to Aboriginal and Treaty Rights.

Message from our Chief

“It is our responsibility today, to create a better quality of life for those who follow, and that has become the number one priority for our First Nation’s leaders.”

– Chief Veronica Waboose
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