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First Nations-Municipal Collaboration Programs

Enoch Cree Nation and City of Edmonton

Enoch Cree Nation and City of Edmonton are working together to promote and enhance the prosperity of both communities.

Achievements so far include:

  • Ongoing working agreements or arrangements (such as service agreements and land use planning protocols) between the communities.
  • A long-term, community-to-community relationship,  formalized on March 10, 2017 through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) (pdf) and council to council cultural events.
  • A joint Working Group exploring the potential for collaboration in the areas of recreation and cultural tourism.

In the news

Urban reserve on the table as Edmonton signs friendship agreement with Enoch First Nation

VIDEO: Enoch, Edmonton sign agreement 

Enoch Cree Nation set to develop urban reserve in Edmonton after signing partnership deal 

Edmonton strengthens its relationship with the Enoch Cree Nation 

Mayor's plan for provincial park in southwest Edmonton backed by Enoch Cree Nation

Quotes from leadership

Enoch Cree Nation Chief Billy Morin

"Our respective leaders are choosing to get out in front and be directors of change rather than sit back like the last 100 years when we kind of just lived beside each other. We don't want to do that anymore; we want to work together and move things forward."  Source ANN 

Mayor of Edmonton Don Iveson

"We are now setting about building a respectful government-to-government relationship between the City of Edmonton and Enoch First Nation in exactly the same way that we are working to build the same kind of respectful and collaborative relationships with our municipal partners in the region." Source 630 CHED

Contact information

Enoch Cree Nation

  • Corina Hollingworth, Community Planning: 780-470-5079, EXT. 104  

City of Edmonton

  • Morgan Bamford, Consultant, Indigenous Relations: 780-496-1028
Page Updated: 20/04/2018