Lands & Resources Office

Land Code Update

Ratification Process * July 19,  2019

Click Link to Print – LLRIB-2019 Annual Report-072920 final report

Box 480, La Ronge, SK Canada, S0J-1L0. Phone: 306-425-2183 Fax: 306-425-1802 Toll Free: 1(800) 567 – 7736


The Lands and Resource office in its 7th year of operation, within the Lac La Ronge Indian Band. The purpose of Lands and Resource office is to protect the “traditional lands and traditional activities” for Lac La Ronge Indian Band (LLRIB) members. Our office provides services for the LLRIB leadership, administration and membership. Our office is committed to the ensure aspects of the “Duty to Consult and Accommodate” are being met with government, business and industry.

Lands and Resources Management Board

Duties of the Lands and Resource office include administrative support for the Lands and Resource Management Board (LRMB). The Lands and Resource Management Board is comprised of LLRIB leadership, staff and technical advisors. Each board member brings knowledge and expertise, important for making informed decisions. The LRMB provides direction and recommendations for Chief and Council on the “Duty to Consult and Accommodate”.

Current board members for the LRMB 2018-2020:

            Chief Tammy Cook-Searson (Ex-Officio)
            Chairman Sam H. Roberts
            Elder Joe P. Roberts
            Elder Grace Cook
            Elder Hilliard Mirasty (Alternate)

Councillors Technical Staff           Technical Advisors
John P. Roberts

Larry Charles

Gerald McKenzie

Norman Ross

Angus Mirasty

Kenny Ratt     

Gladys Christensen

Russell Roberts, CEO KMLP

Terence Johnson

Tom J. McKenzie

Anant Brahmbhatt

Lands and Resource Coordinator

CanNorth Environmental Services

Mission Statement:

“The mission of the LLRIB Lands and Resource Management Board (the “Board”) is to ensure the meaningful engagement of LLRIB in all decisions surrounding Resource Development and Land Use in LLRIB Traditional and Shared Territory with the objective of balancing sustainable economic diversification, environmental health and sustainable traditional use by LLRIB Band Members in keeping with the values of our ancestors and our history as Treaty peoples, for the benefit of present and future generations of LLRIB members.”

(Excerpt from the Lands & Resources Management Terms of Reference 2013)