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Atoske Action Group is grateful to its partners for their generous assistance in the completion of our mandate.

Human Services

ALBERTA HUMAN SERVICES mandate is to assist Albertans in creating the conditions for safe and supportive homes and communities so they have opportunities to realize their full potential.

Human Services core business is to work collaboratively with government, community, partners and stakeholders to deliver citizen-centred programs and services that improve quality of life for Albertans.

The Ministry of INDIGENOUS RELATIONS works with Aboriginal communities, the federal government, industry and other stakeholders to promote social and economic opportunities to enhance the quality of life of Aboriginal people in Alberta.


BCN HEALTH COMMISSION mission is to revive, strengthen and protect members’ treaty right to health and to enhance the quality of life of members and others living in Bigstone Traditional lands.

The BIGSTONE CREE NATION Government protects and strengthens the spirit and intent of the Treaties and the Traditional Lands for today and tomorrow’s future.

Cree Nation
TransCanada Pipelines Ltd.

TransCanada is a leader in the responsible development and reliable operation of North American energy infrastructure.

KOCH Exploration believes in creating real, long-term value for customers and society by leveraging our employees' collective knowledge and capabilities, utilizing new technologies and applying our Market-Based Management® philosophy.

Since its founding in late 2005, privately-held Laricina has advanced two grassroots oil sands exploration plays through the technical evaluation steps to the cusp of commercial-scale development. 

Learning Communities

Learning Communities strives to bring access to and awareness of learning opportunities to northern Aboriginal communities of Alberta. Working at the grass-roots level, it provides learning tools that community members can use to succeed in life as productive members of their community. 

M.D. of Opportunity No. 17

The municipal seat of the M.D of Opportunity No. 17, is two communities, with a population of about 3,300.

Local 90

The Métis Nation of Alberta (MNA) has a long history. Since its inception in 1928, it has existed to advocate on behalf of and meet the needs and aspirations of Métis people in Alberta.

NORTHLAND SCHOOL DIVISION is recognized as being culturally and geographically unique. We provide student centered learning opportunities to primarily First Nation and Métis students located in the northern half of Alberta. We serve 2893 students and employ 489 staff in 24 schools across northern Alberta. 

School Division

Osum is a private energy company that is making an impact in the Canadian oil sands by capitalizing on unrealized bitumen potential. 

Osum employs over 100 oil sands professionals with decades of experience. Led by Rick George, its board of directors has extensive experience in operating, executing and financing major oil sands projects.



SUNSHINE's production capacity of over 1 million barrels per day will make us a major player in Canada's oil sands.

Sunshine Oilsands Ltd.
the Next Generation

CAREERS: The Next Generation is a unique, non-profit organization raising youth awareness of career options and helping students earn while they learn through internship. We partner with government, educators, communities, industry, parents and students to introduce youth to rewarding careers and develop the skilled workers of the future.

Canadian Natural
Resources Limited

CANADIAN NATURAL is one of the largest independent crude oil and natural gas producers in the world. The Company continually targets cost effective alternatives to develop our portfolio of projects and to deliver our defined growth plan.

Lakes College
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​Northern Lakes College is committed to innovative training and a diverse range of partnerships that include small businesses, corporations, band and settlement offices, community groups, municipalities, and government agencies across more than one-quarter of the Province of Alberta. 

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