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Trish Greyeyes

Trish has always been passionate about her community and the people in her community.

Trish is from Muskeg Lake Cree Nation in Treaty 6 territory. She received her Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Law degrees from the University of Saskatchewan. Throughout university Trish was active in her community – she was the secretary for her community association, assistant coach for her daughters’ soccer teams. Trish was also part of policy planning committee for Muskeg Lake post-secondary education.

While Trish was in law school she served as the President for the Aboriginal Law Students’ Association for two terms, she was a student manager at Community Legal Assistance Services for Saskatoon Inner City Inc., and she volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada. Trish also participated in the kawaskimhon national Aboriginal moot in Windsor, Ontario.

Trish completed her articles in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and attended court in the northern court points in Saskatchewan. Trish served one term as the Vice-President of the Prince Albert Bar Association. In 2012, Trish worked for the Ministry of Justice, and the Ministry of Social Services.

In 2021, Trish moved to the Crowsnest Pass and worked at Ratzlaff Danielson where she practiced family law. Trish quickly became involved in the Crowsnest Pass as a Director for the Crowsnest Pass Forest Stewardship Society.

Trish looks forward to becoming more involved in serving the City of Calgary.

Outside of work, Trish enjoys spending time with her two adult daughters, her sons-in-law, and her 7-month-old grandson. Trish enjoys hiking, golfing, fishing, and camping.