Harvesting Information

Alberta Environment & Sustainable Resource Development:

Métis Harvesting in Alberta Policy (July 2007; updated June 2010)

Apply for your Métis harvesting license:

Fish & Wildlife Area Contact List

Métis Harvesting Application Form

For help with completing your Métis harvesting application – contact GML 55 @ 780-591-5050 or lacsteannemetis@zoho.com


Mercury in fish in central Alberta: Lac la Nonne and Lac Ste. Anne (Alberta Health Services; March 01, 2009)


West Fort MacMurray 500 kV Project (Alberta Powerline)

  • Construction will begin in the area of the Highway 2 crossing near Slave Lake, south to the Athabasca River crossing, in August 2017. For further location information see overview map here. More detailed maps are available on the Alberta Powerline website.
  • For safety reasons, once construction activities commence in the area, Traditional Land Use activities such as harvesting and hunting will be restricted in and around the immediate area of active construction. However, areas that are not active work sites can be utilized for Traditional Land Use activities during that time.