Marriages, Deaths and Transfers:
- The Indian Registration Administrator (IRA) should be notified when there is a legal change made to your given name(s) as it is recorded on your Birth Certificate to request an amendment to the band list – status card should match the legal name written on other government issued identification.
- The Indian Registration Administrator (IRA) can assist family members (next of kin) with completing documents relating to Estates.
- The Indian Registration Administrator (IRA) can assist members with completing documents related to transferring to or from another First Nation, within a 12-month period.
Our Nation of Little Red River Cree Nation receives 200 Status cards at a time. The Indian Registration Administrators (IRA’s) divide these cards into the 3 communities, 100 for Fox Lake, 50 for Garden River, and 50 for John D’or Prairie. Once all cards have been issued, a new set of (200) cards are ordered.
Important: Please register your child for their treaty number as soon as possible. After your child turns a year old and is not registered, North Peace Tribal Council Transportation will not be covering costs for medical and First Nations Health will not be paying for prescription medication. Also, status numbers will only be given to the parents or legal guardians of under age children.
Membership Staff Contact – John D’Or Prairie Central Office/Fox Lake Nation Office
Indian Registration Administrator, Kerry-Lynn D’Or
Phone: 780.759.3912, Ext. 1128
Indian Registration Administrator, Elizabeth Ribbonleg
Director of Nation Programs & Services Contact – John D’Or Prairie Central Office
Phone: 780.759.3912, Ext. 1105