Self-sufficiency and independence are the cornerstones of our community. From their inception in 1938, the Métis Settlements in Alberta were created to give the Métis people the ability to determine their future, beginning at the level of local government and spanning to the Métis Settlement General Council. We continue this tradition of self-governance today through a small, responsive administration drawn from the local population–the people making the decisions that affect your life will be your neighbours, friends and family members.
Use the links found within this section to learn more about your council, administration and the various departments in FLMS. You can also find Council minutes, bylaws and policies to keep you involved in all the things that make your community moving, growing and succeeding.