The Lubicon Lake Nation Consultation unit is comprised of the following individuals under the direction of the Lubicon Lake Nation Elders’ Council in their role as protectors of our lands, wildlife and traditional practices:
Bryan brings a long history of heavy industry experience as well as knowledge of much of the traditional practices of the Lubicon Lake Nation to his role with the Consultation Unit.
Dwight brings a long history of both construction and public administration experience to his role within the Consultation Unit.
Cynthia Tomlinson, B.A.
– Advisor, Lands & Negotiations
Cynthia received her degree in Native American Studies from the University of Lethbridge in 2011 and provides direction to the Consultation Unit regarding the legal requirements of both the Nation and proponents for Consultation and Accommodation.
Garrett Tomlinson, EMT
– Communications / Industry Liaison
With varied experience in backgrounds such as forestry, pipelining, oil and gas construction combined with his instruction in Native American Studies at the University of Lethbridge and current studies in Communications at Athabasca University, Garrett brings a unique perspective to the Consultation Unit in ensuring adequate engagement by proponents with the Lubicon Lake Nation government and community.
– Industry Liaison
With extensive experience in oil and gas operations Tom brings a high level of operational expertise to the Consultation Unit allowing for better understanding of the short and long term effects of proposed developments in the early planning stages.
Lubicon Lake Nation Consultation Unit
P.O. ox 6731 Stn. Main
Peace River, AB T8S 1S5
(780) 629-3945 Office
(780) 629-3939 Fax
Garrett Tomlinson Direct: (780) 618-3794
Tom Day Direct: (780) 618-5478