Tri-Council remains focused on strategic regional cooperation that serves to capitalize on the Slave Lake vicinity as a regional centre in north central Alberta. The focus is critical to ensure that health, school, government, and key business entities choose to come, stay, and grow in our region. Another evolving purpose is to deal with topical matters that extend beyond municipal/First Nation corporate boundaries, such as emergency management, economic development, and regional wellness activities.
The Tri-Council is determined to build on its four-pillar foundation of People, Reconstruction, Environment and Economy. By working together in this fashion, Tri-Council stands as a collaborative model of governance that has made the Lesser Slave River region stronger than the sum of its parts.