About Us

LSLRHA provides housing for low and moderate income individuals and families in the Slave Lake and Smith communities.

We are a management body governed by a Ministerial Order and working under the Alberta Housing Act. In a variety of different capacities, we employ over 35 full and part-time people, and are governed by a Board made up of representatives from 3 municipalities and 2 community groups.

LSLRHA houses over 750 individuals in 335 units, and provides rental assistance through a provincial supplement program.

Our Vision

To improve the quality of life for people in our communities through safe and affordable housing.

Our Mission

We work to offer affordable non-market housing, fostering the wellbeing of people in our communities.

Values and Beliefs

  • We are committed to Honesty and Transparency in every aspect of our operations
  • We strive to create a mutually respectful environment, where board members, management, staff and clients have Respect for one another
  • We work to make safe housing Affordable
  • We believe that the best possible outcomes are the result of everyone working together as a Team; board members, management, staff, clients, government partners and others
  • We are committed to continuously Raising The Bar so that we can continue to provide the best possible service for our clients and communities

Board of Directors

The Board of Directors consists of representatives from municipalities and community organizations, and has accountability for the LSLRHA's activities. The Board operates according to regulations set out in the Alberta Housing Act.

Municipality Board Member
M.D. of Lesser Slave River, no. 124 Brad Pearson. Mike Skrynyk
M.D. of Opportunity, no. 17 Paul Sinclair
Town of Slave Lake Julie Brandle, Mark Missal
Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 5 Elmer Gullion
Royal Canadian Legion, no. 110, Slave Lake Branch Beth McDonald
Members at Large Christine Mandau, Brent MacKay