Welcome to the Louis Bull Tribe Administration office website, here you will find updates for the Tribe, information about the Band office departments and more.
First Nations in Alberta constitute several dozen nations. Reserves of these First Nations were established in Alberta by a series of treaties. Louis Bull Tribe is part of the Cree nations, the largest group of First nations in Canada, with over 200,000 members and 135 registered bands.
The Louis Bull Tribe is one of the Four Nations of Maskwacis. Louis Bull Tribe Administration Office is located approximately:
The Tribe has a population of approximately 2380 General Tribal members and is governed by a Chief and Six Council Members. The community encompasses 3,127 hectares (7,727 acres) and is surrounded by the Ermineskin Cree Nation to the east and south-east, the County of Wetaskiwin No. 10 to the north and west, and County of Ponoka on to the South.
Louis Bull Tribe owns several businesses, including a Gas Bar and Convenience store, a Golf course, Pigeon Lake Golf Club and RV Park. (Cedar Crest Inn is closed for the ENTIRE 2022 Season for renovation).
Louis Bull Chief and Council encourage economic development and business ventures on and off-reserve to increase employment opportunities, generate Tribal revenues and to provide quality services to both our members and our patrons.
Elders are our strength. We accept their guidance and wisdom in decision making. Our Elders teach us our way of life and we salute them for their participation, care and love towards our Tribal members.