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Corrine Eagletail

Councillor Tsuutina Nation


Corrine Eagletail 

Tsuut’ina Family Linage: Eagletail and Big Belly Families


Elected to council last November, Corrine Eagletail has held a lengthy career dedicated to community and helping people. She studied Social Work at Mount Royal University, Addictions Counseling at Northern Lakes College, and Community Health Work at Lac La Biche Lakeland College.

Corrine is an avid fan and participant in numerous sports, including volleyball, slow pitch, and basketball. She has coached multiple teams, won several city championships with CMBA, and currently plays pool in several leagues.

  As Community Programs Council Rep, Corrine brings her devotion of supporting local athletes and teams. Corrine takes so much pride in her children and watching them graduate and chase their passion and dreams. Corrine is an avid traveller and loves to spend time with her husband. She likes to unwind and have fun on the golf course, and enjoys her family time the most. 

Corrine is heavily involved within her community; she comes from a big family and has always looked up to her father, the late Freddie Eagletail, who guided her into always giving back to the people in any way she can. Working for the Nation’s mental health and wellness is what she strives for; for the betterment of the Nation and our citizens. 

“Our community is very supportive. We have a high percentage of sobriety [and] education is a top priority for many families – a sense of wanting to be educated and motivated to excel in our community makes me proud to be Tsuut’ina.”

Programs Portfolio Departments 

• Youth Riding Program

• Daycare

• Minor Hockey Program

• Recreation

• Special Events

• Youth Program

• Disabilities Program

• Initiatives (SBI)

• Fundraising Initiatives

• Bullhead Hall Management

Contact Info 

Name: Corrine Eagletail 

Portfolio: Programs


Phone: 403-238-6219

Address: 9911 Chiila Blvd, Tsuut’ina Nation 

Alberta, T3T 0E1

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