Along with his two councillors and working members of Wolf Lake First Nation, Chief Harry St. Denis works to resolve long outstanding issues between the band and the government. One of these issues includes Wolf Lake not having ownership of its own reservation/territorial grounds. Wolf Lake has released claims against the Crown looking for resolution to this problem. Apart of government relations, the Wolf Lake band office tries to create opportunities for its members in fields like education, the workforce, and job training. With Wolf Lake’s distinguished businesses, the band office also provides work positions for those looking for employment. Chief and council offer support for its members, and tries to retain the culture, language and traditional knowledges of the Anishinabeg. The band plays a vital decisive role in what happens to traditional territories, and they participate with the government and Rayonier Advanced Materials to protect sensitive sites and areas. The Wolf Lake band office considers itself the voice of the land, having consultations in both Ontario and Quebec. Wolf Lake First Nation’s band governs over all administrative and legal work. This includes finances, band membership, education, and health.