The Tribal Communications office serves as the main point of contact for those who do not already have a contact at CSKT.

The CSKT Communications Director is Robert McDonald

He can be contacted by the following:
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Phone: (406) 675-2700, ext. 1222 
Cell: (406) 249-1818,
Fax: (406) 675-2806

Contact the Communications Director for:

  • General CSKT information
  • Requesting meetings with the Chairman
  • Delivering messages to Council or the Chairman
  • Inquiries about advertisements
  • Inquiring about visiting the Tribal Complex
  • Media Requests
  • Inquiries about obtaining and flying a Tribal flag

There are many ways to discover more about CSKT

Communications Latest News

  • KwaTaqNuk Elder's Luncheon

    Elder’s luncheon scheduled for Jan 30th, 2019 from 11AM to 1PM.  Contact Jessie McDonald at 406-883-8364 or  email: jjmcdonald@csktgaming.com  to RSVP. 
  • Seasonal Closure Reminder

    Dan McClure, Chief of the Tribal Conservation Program, announces the posting and enforcement of the following seasonal closure. The Ferry Basin Wildlife Management Unit’s Tribally owned lands are closed to all recreational access and use by non-members of the Tribes from January 1st through May 15th of each year to minimize disturbance to big game on critical winter and calving ranges (with the exception of allowing fishing access to the shoreline of the Lower Flathead River).  The Ferry Basin Wildlife Management Unit is described as lands: Starting at the south end of Sloan’s Bridge and west along the Ronan/Hot Springs Road until the Schmidt Lookout Road, then west along the Schmidt Lookout Road, then west along the Schmidt Lookout Road to Highway 382 to the Flathead River, then easterly and northerly along the north and west bank of the Lower Flathead River to Sloan’s Bridge, the point of origin.  In addition, the Ferry Basin Wildlife Management Unit is closed to antler collection by tribal members from January 1 through April 30 of each year to minimize disturbance to big game on critical winter range. For more information on the seasonal recreational lands closures contact Chief Dan McClure, Les Bigcrane or Germaine White at 675-2700. 
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