Strategic Plan 2021-2024
The Calling Lake Community Society
Please Review The Strategic Plan 2021-2024
As you’ll see, the plan identifies “documenting Calling Lake history” as a key community development project. Two individuals who were key to the society’s expanded focus, beyond cottagers to the entire community, have stepped up to form the nucleus of a history committee. With others with an interest in history, they are forging ahead, guided by the society’s stated goal: “Encourage research and publication on the history of the Calling Lake area and its people.”
Other priorities include stewarding the health of the lake that has always been a magnet and source of life for our community.
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If you have any questions, please contact the Calling Lake Community Society.
Recognizing that we are all Treaty people, equally responsible to know our shared history and journey forward in good faith, we acknowledge with respect that Calling Lake stands on land, and alongside water, where Indigenous peoples have gathered, hunted, fished and held ceremonies from time immemorial. Knowing that J.B. Gambler Indian Reserve #183 is part of Bigstone Cree Nation within Treaty 8 Territory, and that we are within Métis Nation of Alberta District 22, we wish to understand the spirit and intent of promises made so that we can take action to create a just and caring future built on truth and reconciliation.