Lesser Slave Lake


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Lesser Slave Lake

A lake of central Alberta, Canada, drained by the Lesser Slave River, a tributary of the Athabasca River.
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This brought the party to Salteaux Landing where another boat was boarded for a forty mile trip up the Slave River and to the mouth of entrance to Lesser Slave Lake. Seventy-five miles further the boat carried them to the extreme end of the lake.
On October 22, 2015, the Cabinet expanded by one, when Danielle Larivee, MLA (Lesser Slave Lake) was sworn in as the Minister of Municipal Affairs and the Minister of Service Alberta.
She lobbied chiefs to create a child welfare agreement for the Lesser Slave Lake Regional Council, and was active on child welfare advisory groups until health reasons required her to move into extended care.
(Editor: he has since then retired), since 1989, on the shore of Lesser Slave Lake where he also serves Driftpile, Sucker Creek and, until recently, Smith.
A special message was read from Lesser Slave Lake MLA Pearl Calahasen, who was unable to attend the event.
North Shore Homestead in Slave Lake, Alberta, is offering cabins and suites on a private ranch, adjacent to Lesser Slave Lake, with amenities including full kitchen, satellite TV and high speed Internet connection, for prices commencing at USD125 per room.
The subject of the dispute is 10,000 square kilometres of oil-rich forested land, north of Lesser Slave Lake and east of the Peace River.
"As the grand chief of the Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council, I oppose the undemocratic process that's being utilized here today," said Laboucan, frustrated by the lack of time made available for the chiefs to participate.
After the success of Back to God's Country, which was shot on location in northern Alberta along the Lesser Slave Lake and in California on the Kern River, Nell left Ernest and went back to the United States with Bert Van Tuyle, the production manager on God's Country, where she established an independent company specializing in outdoor adventure films.
The Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council and a concerned local citizen, Charlie Chalifoux, are asking Alberta's Environmental Appeal Board to revoke Chem-Security Ltd.'s licence to operate the Swan Hills hazardous waste treatment facility.