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.

We are hiring!

LSLIRC-TARR is looking for an Archivist/Office Manager. The job competition is open until April 15 at midnight MT. You can view the job description and learn how to apply here.

THANK YOU!

LSLIRC-TARR wishes to acknowledge the conclusion of our Listen, Hear our Voices Grant, provided by Library and Archives Canada (LAC) for FY 2021-2022. The process of digitizing nearly 700 different audio/visual records from our collection would never have been possible without the support provided by Library and Archives Canada. We encourage you to learn more about this Grant, and the other recipients.