NOVEL CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)
ATC is working together with our First Nations to protect our citizens and all who we serve by providing relevant and up-to-date information as it becomes available and is confirmed to be accurate from official public health sources. Continue to visit our Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) page for more information about COVID-19 and what you can do to protect yourself.
AHS has developed a simple online assessment tool to help you decide whether you need to call 811 to be tested for COVID-19. It'll guide you to answer questions about your symptoms & take you through steps to help determine whether you need testing. http://ahs.ca/covid
The tool will direct you to call 811 if COVID-19 testing is required. It will also provide reassurance to those who don’t require further testing and will reduce call volumes to Health Link at 811 for those whose symptoms are not serious at this time.
Visit our Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) page.
Athabasca Tribal Council 2018/2019 Annual Report
The ATC 2018/2019 Annual Report is now available for download here.
On Tuesday, October 30th, 2018, Athabasca Tribal Council, Athabasca River Métis, and Nistawoyou Association Friendship Centre released the results of their project: Rebuilding Resilient Indigenous Communities – Assessing the Indigenous Impacts of the Horse River Wildfire.
For reports and video, click link below:
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Here you will find information about how we serve the 5 First Nations of ATC. As we continuously grow and learn, we keep our purpose - to serve our members -- central in everything we do. Enjoy browsing our site, and please get in touch by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Athabasca Tribal Council serves our Nations by providing relevant and innovative programs and services that enrich the well-being, health and prosperity of our people. We are committed to ensuring the protection of our Inherent rights, our Treaty Rights, and our Traditional Territories. While respecting the autonomy of each Nation, our strength is in our unity.
Athabasca Tribal Council, in collaboration with our Nations, honours our Treaty and supports a thriving, healthy and self-reliant future for Cree and Dene people.
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