The Prince Albert Grand Council (PAGC) organization celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2007. In 1977 the twelve First Nations located in central and northern Saskatchewan established a tribal council, or political alliance, which they named the Prince Albert District Chiefs (PADC). The alliance was later formally renamed as the Prince Albert Tribal Council (PATC), then later, Prince Albert Grand Council or “PAGC.” The PAGC vision and mission focuses on the protection and implementation of the Treaties that were signed in 1876 by First Nations and the Crown in right of Great Britain. As well, the Prince Albert Grand Council is committed to support its member First Nations achieve and implement independent, progressive self-governments and improve quality of life for their constituents through appropriate and productive social and economic strategies.


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