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The Healthy Aboriginal Network

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The Idea Connector Network

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New Pathways: Community-Based Teacher Education in Alberta

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New Innovative Aboriginal Addictions Councelling Course

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Welcome to Trout Lake

The community of Trout Lake is located in northern Alberta within the Municipal District of Opportunity No. 17. It is located 48 kilometers (30 mi) east of Highway 88, 303 kilometers (188 mi) northeast of Grande Prairie.

There are about 500 people in the community. The children go to school at Northland School and the adults go to school at Northern Lakes College and travel to Peerless Lake to attend classes. Through Northern Lakes College, the students have the opportunity to take Alberta Basic Education, high school courses, Office Administration, Business Administration, Health Care Aide and many other programs. Students are taking Computer courses and they learn how to use internet.

The indigenous language spoken in Trout Lake is Cree. English is our second language.

Connie Netowastanum Community Coordinator
In person: Northern Lakes College or home
By phone: 780-869-3811 ext. 3051 or 780-869-2172
Hours of operation
8:30am-4:30pm weekdays
Tuesday &Thursday
Evening hours until 8:00pm

Learning Opportunities Mentor Circles

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Learn more about
Trout Lake Community

Community Co-ordinator
Connie Netowastanum
780-869-3811
connienetowastanum@learning-communities.ca

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General enquiries?
info@learning-communitites.ca

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