Services & Programs
The Membership Department provides services to help people apply to become a member of the Fort McMurray 468 First Nation, as well as other assistance.
Social Development Department
The Social Development department provides financial assistance to members requiring supports for their basic and special needs.
The Fort McMurray First Nations envisions an integrated system of wellness services to support growth and healing for our Membership.
Education & Trades
Education helps shape our future leaders and educators and is a priority for Chief and Council.
Employment & Training
The employment department is committed to ensuring all Members are given the opportunities for growth through training and employment assistance.
The Housing department deals with most issues concerning housing, including the maintenance of Nation-owned buildings.
Fort McMurray First Nation is committed to a healthy community by providing programs and services and developing action plans to address community wellness, addictions, health and disease prevention for our Members.
The Childcare Services Department is a combination of three early learning programs created to fit the developmental needs of children ages 0-6, living on the Nation.
The Fort McMurray 468 First Nation Band Office houses offices for Chief & Council, the band administration and several departments: Education & Training, Housing, Social Assistance, and the Youth Council.
Our Youth Coordinator and Youth Programmer organizes all the programs and services offered to the Nation’s youth.