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Blue Quills University

As an Indigenous non-profit educational institution, a prime objective is to promote a sense of pride.....

Education

Frog Lake First Nation Jr./Sr. High School is committed to high level of achievement. Our students will flourish in an environment that promotes social responsibility...

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Energy Resources Corp

Frog lake Energy resources Corporation is an oil and gas exploration and production company by is owned by the people of Frog Lake First Nation...

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Income Support

Supports for individuals and families to pay for basic expenses like food, clothing and shelter. Frog Lake help you and your family with basic living costs and other necessities...

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Public Works

Serving the community to enhance our quality of life by providing recycling and waste management programs, water and wastewater services, and the maintenance...

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TCVI Employment Training

Tribal Chiefs Ventures Inc. is federally incorporated as a not-for-profit organization and is a federally recognized Tribal Council with its head office located...

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WestLake JMAC

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Employment & Training

The campus in Frog Lake provides an excellent local learning opportunity to the residents of Frog Lake and surrounding area...

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Economic Development

The economic development profession combines professional
disciplines including geography, business administration, public finance...

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Housing & Developments

Find out about programs and subsidies that support the building and management of housing. Learn more about how Frog Lake can support investment...

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Government Relations

Aboriginal and Intergovernmental Relations works collaboratively with Aboriginal communities and organizations and other levels of government...

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Post Secondary

Considering an undergraduate degree? Please consider business as your Post-Secondary route. We as a people, are strong, resilient, intelligent, and creative!

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TCM Employment Training

TCM employment & training & is rooted in history and knowledge of First Nations and Inuit people. We employ a holistic and cultural approach to our services...

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Youth Spirit Department

We specialize in the supply of Janitorial/Sanitization Products, Personal Protective Equipment, Surgical Face Masks – ASTM Level 3, and Promotional...

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Daycare Services

We believe in the delivery of a high-quality childcare in support of families within Frog Lake community for the well being of children...

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Finance Department

The Financial Department is available to help enhance community operations and life within Frog Lake First Nations by delivering community Finance, management...

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Human Resources

The Department of Human Resources facilitates the effective delivery of city services through the establishment of professional human resources management program...

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Health and Wellness

We are proud to provide a high quality level of customer service to the people of Frog Lake First Nation. Our goal is to help you to live a healthy lifestyle!...

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7 Lakes Oilfield Services

Seven Lakes provides a variety of services to commercial, residential and industry based business. Seven Lakes Oilfield Services is proudly owned by...

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Tribal Chiefs Family

The Vision of Frog Lake First Nation Chief and Council is to encourage and support youth programs so that they enhance economic stability of the Frog Lake First Nations...

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Frog Lake Administration

Frog Lake is a community about a two and half hour drive east of Edmonton. It is located approximately 90 km. north of Lloydminster and 80 km. south of Cold Lake...

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BLUE QUILLS UNIVERSITY

Since 1970, the educational facility originally called Blue Quills First Nations College (BQFNC) has been a locally controlled Indigenous education centre serving the academic and training needs of people of all cultures, encouraging everyone to experience studying in a unique sociology-cultural and academic environment.

As an Indigenous non-profit educational institution, a prime objective is to promote a sense of pride in Indigenous heritage and reclaim traditional knowledge and practices. Blue Quills is owned and governed by seven First Nations (Beaver Lake, Cold Lake, Frog Lake, Whitefish Lake, Heart Lake, Kehewin, and Saddle Lake). Each Nation appoints a Board member, plus one Elder from the Saddle Lake Cree Nation. These communities represent at least 18,836 people (source – Alberta Aboriginal Relations as of January 2013).

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  • Box 279, St. Paul, Alberta T0A 3A0
  • 780-645-4455
  • 1-888-645-4455 [Toll]
  • 780-645-5215
  • inquiries@bluequills.ca
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  • Blue Quills Student Email
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Careers Employment and Training

Portage College has a campus in the First Nations community of Frog Lake. The community is located about two and half hours east of Edmonton. It is located approximately 90 km north of Lloydminster and 80 km south of Cold Lake on Secondary Highway 897. The community is easily accessible by paved roads. Nearby communities include Marwayne, Elk Point, and Heinsburg, Alberta.

The campus in Frog Lake provides an excellent local learning opportunity to the residents of Frog Lake and surrounding area. The Academics for Careers and Education programs offered at Frog Lake will help adult students acquire high school credit courses and prepare for further learning at a college or university level.

Frog Lake campus instructors are highly experienced and they pride themselves on their ability to provide unique one-on-one support in a comfortable, friendly learning environment. If you are interested in increasing your opportunities for employment and further education, please come visit us at the Portage College Frog Lake Campus.

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LAC LA BICHE CAMPUS

  • Box 417
    9531-94 Ave
    Lac La Biche, AB T0A 2C0
  • 780-623-5551
  • 1-866-623-5551 [Toll]

COLD LAKE CAMPUS

  • Cold Lake Energy Centre
    101-7825 51 Street
    Cold Lake, AB T9M 0B6
  • 780-639-0030

ST. PAUL CAMPUS

  • Box 1471
    5205-50 Ave
    St. Paul, AB T0A 3A0
  • 780-645-5223
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DAYCARE SERVICES

At LilyPad Daycare Center, we believe in the value and uniqueness of each child we serve. Our childcare experience is designed to promote each child’s own individual social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development.

As caregivers and educators, our mission is to provide a safe and developmentally appropriate learning environment which fosters a child’s natural desire to explore, discover, create, and become a lifelong learner

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Lily Pad Day Care

  • Frog Lake, AB T0A 1M0
  • 780 943-3300

Education Department

Chief Napeweaw Comprehensive School is located in Frog Lake, Alberta. Scholarships for students attending Chief Napeweaw Comprehensive School can be found in our scholarship database. If you are searching for scholarships for students attending a different high school in Frog Lake, visit the Frog Lake directory

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  • Unipouheos 121, Frog Lake, AB T0A 1M0, Canada
  • 780 943-3918
  • 780 943-2336
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Economic Development Ex-officio

The economic development profession is a relatively new field. It combines professional disciplines including geography, business administration, public finance, political economics and urban planning. It can be described as a mixture of research, analysis, planning,

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  • Unipouheos 121, Frog Lake, AB T0A 1M0, Canada
  • 780 943-3918
  • 780 943-2336
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Finance Department

The Financial Department is available to help enhance community operations and life within Frog Lake First Nations by delivering community Finance, management and governance advisory to assist the Nation’s leadership and members achieve its vision and mission.

Our Finance Department provides the Nation, its leadership, membership and employee’s, the following services:
Financial reporting and advice to Chief and Council and Departments and Programs in accordance with FLFN’s Financial Administration Law.

Accounting services including payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, banking, account reconciliation, capital assets, insurance, budgeting, audit compliance, consolidated financial reporting and analysis. Maintain financial systems, processes and internal controls to protect the Nation’s assets.

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  • Frog Lake First Nation
    Administration Building
    General Delivery, Frog Lake, AB T0A 1M0
  • 780-943-3737
  • 780-943-3966
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Frog Lake Energy Resources Corp (FLERC)

Frog lake Energy resources Corporation is an oil and gas exploration and production company by is owned by the people of Frog Lake First Nation. The corporation’s vision is to create business opportunities and deliver long term value for the benefit of the Frog Lake First Nation and its partners.

Today, FLERC maintains partnerships with five companies on the reserve and one, Pengrowth, located off the reserve. More than 600 wells have been drilled, and they continue to drill new wells using increasingly advanced technology. “We get more oil out of the ground with every well we drill,” Dion said. Over the years, the corporation’s oil production has peaked at more than 3,500 barrels of oil per day. Though declining oil prices have dropped production down to about 1,000 barrels daily, Dion expects to triple those numbers “in the next year or so”.

FLERC maintains a non-operating role within each project, sharing in profits that benefit the people of Frog Lake First Nation by helping to build houses and improve the standard of living within the community. The corporation also helps to provide jobs to members of the reserve.

“It’s been a real boon for the nation as far as jobs,” Dion said. “We’ve had layoffs like everyone else but the folks are resilient and we haven’t laid off much staff from our company because we’ve been lean; we have a small office, small staff and low overhead.”

Another company owned by Frog Lake First Nation — and providing career opportunities for its community members — is Frog Lake Oilfield Services, which works on behalf of FLERC conducting onsite production management. By allocating jobs to the nation’s youth, the company supports local sustainable development. Their services include new well set-ups, sewer and water line thawing, fencing and oilfield maintenance. In addition, they provide employment to First Nations communities outside of Frog Lake.

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  • Alberta Chamber Of Resources
    800, Sun Life Place
    10123 – 99 St. NW
    Edmonton Ab T5J 3H1
  • 780.420.1030
  • 780.425.4623
  • admin@acr-alberta.com
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Housing & Developments

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  • Frog Lake First Nation
    Administration Building
    General Delivery, Frog Lake, AB T0A 1M0
  • 780-943-3737
  • 780-943-3966

Helpful Application Forms...

  • Carpentry Work Order
  • Electrical Work Order
  • Fumigation Work Order
  • Furnace Work Order
  • Plumbing Work Order
  • Transfer Of Occupancy
  • Housing Inspection Form – Renovation
  • Renovation Form New Housing Application Form
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Human Resource Development

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  • Frog Lake First Nation
    Administration Building
    General Delivery, Frog Lake, AB T0A 1M0
  • 780-943-3737
  • 780-943-3966

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  • Safety Ticket & PPE Application
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Income Support

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  • Frog Lake First Nation
    Administration Building
    General Delivery, Frog Lake, AB T0A 1M0
  • 780-943-3737
  • 780-943-3966

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  • FLFN Income Support
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Inter-Government Relations

This area of our work includes working collaboratively with Aboriginal communities and organizations and other levels of government to coordinate Aboriginal and tri-partite initiatives; develop strategies and build and maintain a sustainable foundation for Aboriginal people.

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  • Frog Lake First Nation
    Administration Building
    General Delivery, Frog Lake, AB T0A 1M0
  • 780-943-3737
  • 780-943-3966
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Morning Sky Health and Wellness

We are proud to provide a high quality level of customer service to the people of Frog Lake First Nation. Our goal is to help you to live a healthy lifestyle!

Experience you can Trust
With years of experience, our medical team will work to address your needs and create a custom plan that’s right for you. We understand the importance of educating you on the most effective way to take care of your body, so that you can achieve your health and wellness goals.

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Our experienced professionals will treat your existing conditions, and work to maximize health promotion and disease prevention strategies. We strive to help improve your quality of life, achieve your wellness goals, and support your best possible life.

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  • Frog Lake First Nation
    Administration Building
    General Delivery, Frog Lake, AB T0A 1M0
  • 780-943-3737
  • 780-943-3966
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Public Works Department

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  • Frog Lake First Nation
    Administration Building
    General Delivery, Frog Lake, AB T0A 1M0
  • 780-943-3737
  • 780-943-3966

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Violet Stanley

  • 780-614–8191

Jimmy Stanley

  • 780–646–2652

Waylon Quinney

  • 780–614–5488

Elmer Moocheweines

  • 587-252–4244

Lenny Quinney

  • 780–614–7513

Wesley Quinney

  • 587–252–9887

Ivan Abraham

  • 587–588–9228

Terry Moyah

  • 780–614–7855

Jeff Faithful

  • 780–614–8557

Tina Quinney

  • 780–227–6594
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Post Secondary / FLFN Post Secondary

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  • Frog Lake First Nation
    Administration Building
    General Delivery, Frog Lake, AB T0A 1M0
  • 780-943-3737
  • 780-943-3966
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Seven Lakes Oilfield Services

Seven Lakes provides a variety of services to commercial, residential and industry based business’.

Our focus is to provide efficient, reliable quality service with a commitment to safety.

Seven Lakes Oilfield Services is proudly owned by seven First Nation organizations in Northeast Alberta (Cold Lake First Nations, Frog Lake First Nation, Kehewin Cree Nation, Saddle Lake Cree Nation, Goodfish Lake First Nation, Heart Lake First Nation and Beaver Lake Cree Nation) and is a subsidiary of Primco Dene and Pimee Well Servicing Ltd.

Mission
Seven Lakes Oilfield Services creates meaningful employment, wealth and opportunity for First Nations people with a strong commitment to providing our clients with quality services and reliability.

Vision Statement
Seven Lakes Oilfield Services will continue to expand its operations in all areas. We will have partnerships and joint ventures and will be leaders in international projects involving local and Indigenous communities.

Seven Lakes Oilfield Services will be the most valued oilfield service company in the oil and gas sectors in Northern Alberta and be the number one employer of choice.

Values
Seven Lakes Oilfield Services is dedicated to its customers by working hard to maintain their perception of fairness and earn their loyalty. This is achieved by providing a high level of service with a strong commitment to safety. Seven Lakes Oilfield Services holds the highest regard for safety in the industry. We challenge all of our employees to achieve zero injuries, resulting in zero lost time. At Seven Lakes Oilfield Services, ‘Safety is Our Tradition.’ This mandate represents a decision to change our behaviour and the way things are done to ensure safety is always at the forefront for every employee. We want all of our employees to make safety on-the-job and off-the-job an everyday priority by emphasizing these five basic safety.

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Seven Lakes Oilfield Services

  • Seven Lakes Oilfield Services
    PO Box 779
    Cold Lake, AB T9M 1P2
  • 780 594-1630
  • 780 594-1631

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  • Frog Lake First Nation
    Administration Building
    General Delivery, Frog Lake, AB T0A 1M0
  • 780-943-3737
  • 780-943-3966
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TCVI Employment and Training

Tribal Chiefs Ventures Inc. is federally incorporated as a not-for-profit organization and is a federally recognized Tribal Council with its head office located at Beaver Lake Cree Nation, Alberta, Canada.

Tribal Chiefs Development Inc.

Over the years, Tribal Chiefs Ventures Inc. has embarked on many projects and the Business Consortium is one of the major initiatives that TCVI pursued in addressing economic and energy developments in the region.

The Business Consortium reflected the unity of the Tribal Chiefs Ventures Inc. member First Nations. We believe that development subsequently of Tribal Chiefs Development Inc. has better positioned the member First Nations in pursuing economic development initiatives. Pimee Well Services Ltd. began in the late 1980s as a company owned by five of the six member First Nations and continues today as a successful endeavour.

In 2009/10 Tribal Chiefs Ventures Inc., in partnership with Human Services, Alberta Government, completed a “Needs Assessment” for Economic Development. This assessment included input from the six member First Nations.

The following components were initially assessed by each of the communities and remain significant features for economic development:

  • Delivery of Economic Development Programming
  • Review of Job Descriptions
  • Guidelines for Boards and Committees
  • Access to Pre-Employment Training
  • Labour Market background
  • Existing accountability – newsletters, websites, community meetings
  • Awareness of federal and provincial government programs
  • Financial controls
  • Strategic Planning and long-term community planning
  • Business Entities and Partnerships

Previously, in 2010 Tribal Chiefs Ventures Inc. staff and Economic Development Officers from the six First Nations attended the Federal Government’s presentation on potential changes in economic development programming through the Department of Indigenous Services Canada (ISC).

An overview was provided to the Tribal Chiefs Ventures Inc. Chiefs with emphasis being placed on partnerships. The Chiefs agreed through a motion on May 5, 2011 that a Business Consortium be developed to advance best practices and further develop partnerships with industry. The idea was aimed at having all six First Nations sharing business experiences, pooling resources and equipment and successfully becoming engaged in larger scale projects and to develop new business opportunities that are not currently being realized by the member First Nations.

In May 2011 a committee was formed, Tribal Chiefs Ventures Inc. and the First Nations began meeting with possible industry partners. For a time, Tribal Chiefs Ventures Inc. hired a Business Consortium Liaison Officer to move industry partnerships forward. This was of assistance to member First Nations in meeting training and employment goals and to create and sustain new businesses. Businesses needed to be both successful and competitive in the Alberta market.

The Tribal Chiefs Ventures Inc. Board of Directors and staff would like to thank the partners for their ongoing support in joint initiatives. It is hoped that these efforts present opportunities for all partners to share resources, create employment, develop training models, and generally increase the standard of living and competitiveness of all.

These efforts led to a new name for the business consortium, which is officially titled ‘Tribal Chiefs Development Inc.’. Watch for further updates regarding projects being undertaken.

About the Board

The Tribal Chiefs Ventures Inc. Board of Directors accepts primary responsibility in working with the member First Nations, working towards broader goals of regional economic, human and social development through the member First Nations. Tribal Chiefs Ventures Inc. and its activities shall be planned, implemented and evaluated subject to the approval and direction of the Board of Directors. The Tribal Chiefs Ventures Inc. Board of Directors must respectively obtain approval and report to the member First Nations on the following:

  • Respect for the autonomy of each member First Nation
  • Assurance that Treaty No. 6 is honoured and respected
  • Developing, reviewing and revising by-laws, policies, and procedures
  • Promoting public relations activities
  • Reviewing global opportunities
  • Promoting the delivery of more training, financial support and opportunities
  • Encouraging economic development in Indigenous and other business opportunities
  • Ensuring that all economic development initiatives are supported and approved at the community and regional level
  • Directing Tribal Council regional programming and all other related activities

The Tribal Chiefs Ventures Inc. Board of Directors

Germaine Anderson

Chief of Beaver Lake Cree Nation

Curtis Monias

Chief Of Heart Lake First Nation

Roger Marten

Chief Of Cold Lake First Nations

Vernon Watchmaker

Chief Of Kehewin Cree Nation

Greg Desjarlais

Chief Of Frog Lake First Nations

Tom Houle

Chief Of Whitefish Lake First Nation #128

Organizational Structure

The Tribal Chiefs Ventures Inc. Chief Executive Officer reports to the Board of Directors of Tribal Chiefs Ventures Inc.

Tribal Chiefs Ventures Inc. staff members report to the Chief Executive Officer

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  • Frog Lake First Nation
    Administration Building
    General Delivery, Frog Lake, AB T0A 1M0
  • 780-943-3737
  • 780-943-3966

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Tribal Chiefs Ventures Inc. office locations are now open by appointment only.

Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm (closed from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm daily and most statutory holidays)

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  • Frog Lake First Nation
    Administration Building
    General Delivery, Frog Lake, AB T0A 1M0
  • 780-943-3737
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Tribal Chiefs Child & Family Services

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Tribal Chiefs Ventures Inc

  • 17533 106 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5S 1E7
  • 780-481-3363
  • 780-483-1404

St. Paul Contact Info

  • 4901-47 Street
    St. Paul, Alberta T0A 3A3
  • 780-481-3363
  • 780-645-4288

White Fish Lake #128

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    Box 39
    Goodfish Lake, Alberta T0A 1R0
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WestLake JMAC

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  • Frog Lake First Nation
    Administration Building
    General Delivery, Frog Lake, AB T0A 1M0
  • 780-943-3737
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Youth Spirit Department

We Manufacture Surgical Face Masks, ASTM Level 3!
100% Indigenous owned and operated supply distribution company. We specialize in the supply of Janitorial/Sanitization Products, Personal Protective Equipment, Surgical Face Masks – ASTM Level 3, and Promotional Product Distribution.

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Young Spirit Supplies is 100% First Nations owned and operated company. We are an official supplier of all of the most effective Janitorial/Sanitizations products on the market. Join us in creating a cleaner world for the future “Young Spirits”. We offer a wide range of products available for purchase. For more information click here.

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  • Frog Lake First Nation
    Administration Building
    General Delivery, Frog Lake, AB T0A 1M0
  • 780-943-3737
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