Beaver First Nation promotes effective governance of our traditional lands so that all people are healthy and self-sufficient as long as the sun shines, grass grows, and the rivers flow.
In harmony with nature, the Council, Administration, and Members advance the social, economic, educational, and cultural well-being of the Nation.
Our Nation embraces the seven teachings of our Elders:
Truth, Wisdom, Love, Courage, Respect, Humility, and Honesty.
Chief & Council
Beaver First Nation Chief and Council is a governing body providing strategic direction and establishing policy for the organization's overall operation. Chief and Council delegate responsibilities to the Administrator, review and approve the budget, ratify the Vision and Mission statements, and approve new projects and programs. The Chief acts as a spokesperson in all Nation-related matters.
Beaver First Nation uses the Indian Act electoral system, with elections every four years. In addition to the Chief, four Councillors are elected to listen, learn, and teach within the community.