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Historically, the people traveled over a vast territory from the Hudson Bay to the Rocky Mountains, along the foothills to Montana USA. Allied with the Cree, the Nakoda, acquiring modern tools and goods from the Hudson Bay Company, trekked westward taking part in the fur trade, settling mainly in the foothills, and the two other groups of Stoney, one of whom became Paul First Nation chose land just North-West of present day Edmonton, AB


PFN COVID-19 Community Plan has been extended to September 30, 2022 - PFN Administration Office remains closed to the Public, Staff are available daily by appointment only

PFN Administration is closed to public as per COVID-19 Restrictions; the Admin Staff are at work daily (9:00 am - 4:00 pm) and can be reached at the listed extensions or cell numbers.

Administration main line                                        (780)-892-2691

PFN General Admin Receptionist –Danielle Shuchuk       Ext.#101

PFN Executive Director – Nick Nath                                  Ext.#102

PFN Finance Director – Dan Gounden                              Ext.#103

PFN Sr. Administrator – Veronica Rain Bearhead             Ext. #104  or cell (780)720-6737

PFN ISETS Director – Betty Rain                                      Ext. #106 or cell (780) 718-2935

PFN Recreation Director-Willis Rain                                  Ext.#107  or cell (780) 718-9975

PFN Finance – Shannon Bird                                            Ext. #108

PFN Finance – Education Payables- Rhonda Paul            Ext.#109

PFN HR Officer – Deanne Rain                                         Ext. #110

PFN Finance – General Payables – Robin Rain-Bird         Ext.#111

PFN Administrator Assistant-Florence Paul                       Ext. #112

PFN Membership & Registries – Jennifer Paul                  Ext.#114

PFN ISETS Receptionist – Lakota Scabbyrobe                 Ext.#116


The culture, of the people is nature based and holistically intertwined to ensure adequate conditions for future generations. The world view of the people is to protect nature, and honour all things animate and inanimate. This is the first and foremost priority in the sacred duty owed to creation, passed on from generation to generation using ancient practices for countless millennium. First Nations people, the "people of the earth" view nature as an intricate web whereby everything is sacred and spiritual, each needing the other to survive and thrive. It is our hope that the evolution of man, in time and space, in particular industrial and economic development retains and fosters this world view so that all of creation will be afforded due respect in all areas of creativity.

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