Treaty Aboriginal Rights Research Program

The TARR program has been providing research services to First Nations in the Lesser Slave Lake area for over 25 years.

As a result of our research and long standing commitment to First Nation communities in the area, we have developed a research centre and Archives focused on serving First Nations in the region.

Over the years the TARR office has become a repository of records for other First Nation in the Province and as a result, our resource centre and collection has grown to house and preserve diverse historical records.

**Exciting news – the Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council (LSLIRC) is hiring! LSLIRC is looking to fill two positions:

  • Executive Director. The role, responsibilities and steps to apply can be found here.
  • Community Restorative Justice Worker. The role, responsibilities and steps to apply can be found here.