Welcome to the Human Resources department of Eagle Lake First Nation. We are dedicated to fostering a workplace where every staff member is valued, respected, and empowered to thrive.

Our department is committed to supporting the growth and development of our organization by:

Recruitment and Retention: We strive to attract and retain top talent who share our vision and values, ensuring a diverse and inclusive workforce that reflects the richness of our community.

Employee Relations: We promote a positive work culture built on open communication, fairness, and respect. Our door is always open to address concerns and facilitate constructive dialogue.

Cultural Sensitivity: We honor and celebrate our unique cultural heritage, integrating traditional knowledge and practices into our HR initiatives while fostering an environment of cultural awareness and understanding.

Compliance and Policy: We uphold the highest standards of integrity and ethics, ensuring compliance with all relevant laws and regulations while developing policies and procedures that reflect the needs and aspirations of our community.

Benefits and Wellness: We prioritize the well-being of our employees by offering comprehensive benefits packages and wellness programs designed to support their physical, emotional, and spiritual health.

Meet our dedicated HR professional Riza Klassen who is committed to supporting the growth and success of Eagle Lake First Nation.

Human Resources Manager

Riza Klassen, Human Resources Manager
755-5526 ext 228

Vibrant Community

A Vibrant Community

Located in the Heart of the North

The Ojibwe community is approximately 25 km southwest of Dryden and a two hour drive from the U.S. border. Eagle Lake’s total registered population as of April 2016 is 630 residents.