department staff

Infrastructure and Maintenance Director

Housing/CMHC/Public Works

Trevor Larocque 


Administrative Assistant

Melvina Roasting 

780-585-3978 ext 227

Repairs and Maintenance

Cale Raine

Louis Bull Tribe Housing/CMHC/Public Works

Emergency Calls After Hours

All Emergency service-Calls after hours, and during the weekends and holidays please contact Melvina Roasting.

Please note that any calls not authorized by Louis Bull Housing will be the responsibility of the occupant to pay

Louis Bull Housing


To provide all the support, maintenance, and delivery of services for the physical and capital infrastructure of the Tribe


  • drafts the development and implementation of the long-term capital plan for the Tribe.   
  • The department oversees the building of all LBT owned housing and is  responsible for ensuring the maintenance on all Tribe owned housing is  carried out according to established standards.   
  • This  department is also responsible for the operation and maintenance of all  major Tribe owned pieces of equipment and vehicles.  
  • Finally,  the department collects the garbage and is responsible to managing all  major environmental and weather-related cleanups and for ensuring the  maintenance of a clean, safe and healthy environment throughout the  reserve. 


  1. Work with the Council in providing input on the long-term capital  and infrastructure needs required to achieve the goals of the Tribe, 
  2. Plan and implement an annual capital plan, 
  3. Plan and prioritize housing needs, and  
  4. Provide quality service to the members.


  • Garbage collection from all households and buildings on reserve, 
  • Maintain transfer station and remove large items including industrial and construction waste to regional landfill, 
  • Maintain water and sewer system on reserve including maintaining  reservoir infrastructure, flushing lines and maintaining all systems  regularly, 
  • Maintain roads, grading and graveling, dust control,  repairs to culverts, clearing of brush along roads, repair to bridges,  and maintenance and replacement of signage, 
  • Snow clearing and removal on all community public roads and in the public parking lots of all buildings, 
  • Routine maintenance and regular repair to all equipment and vehicles, 
  • Assist external contractors with construction of new houses, provide  support to all contracted services brought onto reserve to work on or  provide services to capital, infrastructure and/or housing projects, 
  • Conduct routine upgrades and maintenance on all housing units as required and on all Tribe owned buildings and outbuildings, 
  • Work with LBT Elders program to ensure that all Elders and disabled  members have appropriate access and internal set-up to allow them to  function in their homes, and 
  • Conduct site cleanup after  environmental or weather-related occurrence, as well as in preparation  and following celebrations and/or public events.

Louis Bull Transfer Station

Transfer Station Opening

Canada congratulates Louis Bull First Nation for the Grand Opening of Solid Waste Transfer Facility

From: Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

News Release

November 2, 2017    Louis Bull First Nation, AB

Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

The Government of Canada is committed to developing sustainable waste management systems through modern infrastructure, operations, training and partnerships in consultation with our First Nation communities

Today, the Honourable Jane Philpott, Minister of Indigenous Services, congratulated the Louis Bull First Nation for the grand opening of their Solid Waste Transfer Facility. The Transfer Station was an initiative of the Louis Bull Tribe, Keepers of the Land, in support of their efforts to conserve, protect, enhance, restore and manage the environment.

This government knows that investments in solid waste management systems on reserve are critical both to protecting human health and safety and the environment. These facilities provide communities like Louis Bull with the tools to protect their environment and families.

This facility was made possible through extensive collaboration with the community and nearly $1.3 million from the First Nations Infrastructure Fund, with a further $409 million dollars being invested over the next five years for similar projects under the First Nations Waste Management Initiative through Budget 2016.