Chief & Council
Chief Jeremy Norman
My home is on Flying Dust First Nation with my wife, Shauna and our 4 children; Shavon, Shanelle, Jerome and James. My grandparents are Clara (nee Merasty) and Bob Norman and Edward and Cecil King. I have been involved with the Flying Dust administration for over 17 years in a few positions; TLE Coordinator, Recreation Director and as a member of Council for 3 terms. More recently I have had the opportunity to do a joint venture with my father James and cousin DJ King and we opened up a resort business in 2015.
I am honoured to serve my community for the next 4 years. I believe with my experience and values of faith, family and respect I am ready to lead our community. I am grateful to the membership for the opportunity to continue working for you.
I have lived on the Flying Dust First Nation all my life. My parents are Joe and Eva Gladue and with my partner Sherman, we have three children and five grandchildren.
I have worked with Flying Dust for the past 25 years. I have worked in the areas of Education, Social Assistance and in administration.
I am proud to be sitting for my 6th term as Councilor. My heart has always been in and for the community of Flying Dust and it is a blessing to be able to work for the people.
Councillor Connie Derocher
I am honoured and thankful to be serving my first term on council for Flying Dust First Nation. I have lived here most of my life and I am proud to call this community home. It’s been a great place to raise my sons, Josh and Kalen, and my niece, Seaquin.
I graduated from Beauval Indian Education Center and went on to attend classes at the U of S. I have been a front line worker with our members for the past 16 years in the Justice, Recreation, Kopahawakenum School and Post-Secondary programs. I have also sat on several boards and committees over the years. My passion has always been working with our young people to help them improve their livelihood and I am grateful for the opportunity to continue doing this work. I currently hold the Education and Youth & Recreation portfolios and I’m excited to work with staff and community members to develop those areas.
I look forward to the future and being a part of a team that has the knowledge, experience, creativity and heart to build up our people and strengthen our community.
“In every community there is work to be done. In every nation there are wounds to heal. In every heart there is the power to do it.”
Councillor Tyson Bear
My name is Tyson Joseph Bear a proud member of the Flying Dust First Nation. My father was the Late Ted Bear, my brother and sister are Cherish Bear and Justin Bear. My wife of twenty years is Kirsten Kyplain and together we have four sons; Emerson, Emory, Ethan and William. I have worked for Flying Dust for 12 years in the areas of Recreation, Operations and Maintenance and Housing. This is my second term in office and I hope to be an effective leader and team player.