TSAG provides technical services and training for First Nations in Alberta such as asset management, water and wastewater management, environmental management, housing support services, fire safety, information technology services and youth initiatives. TSAG is mandated by the Chiefs of Alberta and takes direction from a Chiefs Steering Committee and Board of Directors, which include representatives from Treaty 6, Treaty 7, and Treaty 8.
Conduct inspections and report on the condition of community infrastructure assets and create maps to support asset management, emergency response management and land use planning.
Provide training and support for water and wastewater treatment plant operators.
Provide environmental management and planning services, training and outreach.
Provide fire prevention programming, inspection services, fire department assessments, strategic planning support, and information on training opportunities for firefighter personnel.
Provide training and support to housing managers and personnel in areas such as housing inventory management, preventative maintenance, and occupational health and safety.
Deliver information technology services such as high speed internet, IT support and eHealth and Telehealth solutions.
Facilitate learning and training opportunities to promote careers in science and technology.
News and Upcoming Events
Are you interested in kayaking, rafting and climbing in the Rocky Mountains? If so, TSAG is hosting its Environmental Youth Camp for First Nation students in grades 9-12, and we welcome your application! Application Deadline: June 30th, 2017Click to Download Event Poster and Registration