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Wednesday, December 5 • 08:15 - 09:20
Keynote 2: Tri Council Panel — First Nations and Municipalities Working Better Together

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Chief Roland Twinn, Mayor Tyler Warman, and Reeve Murray Kerik will discuss the opportunities when First Nations and Municipalities work together when facing disaster.

Speakers
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Reeve Murray Kerik

M.D., Lesser Slave River
Since autumn 2012, Murray Kerik has had the honour and privilege of serving as Reeve for the Municipal District of Lesser Slave River no.124. From his civic education first as Councillor, and now as Reeve, he has learned that there’s no shortage of challenges and opportunities in... Read More →
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Chief Roland Twinn

Sawridge First Nation
He has served the Sawridge First Nation since 1997. He was a Councillor from 1997 to early 2003. He is the current Chief for the Sawridge First Nation from 2003 until present. He has also worked with other First Nations and First Nations Organizations, such as a term of Grand Chief... Read More →
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Mayor Tyler Warman

Town of Slave Lake
Tyler Warman moved to the Slave Lake Region in 1992 starting Grade 6 here in Slave Lake and graduated from Roland Michener Secondary school in 1999. Tyler considers the Slave Lake Region home, having grown up here, started his businesses, married and raised his family.Volunteering... Read More →


Wednesday December 5, 2018 08:15 - 09:20
Grand Ballroom, Delta Hotels by Edmonton South Conference Centre 4404 Gateway Blvd NW, Edmonton, AB T6H 5C2