“Alcohol use in 1st Nation communities typically involves one among 2 perspectives. One viewpoint is that of taking a non interference, hands-off,approach with few restrictions. the opposite approach prohibits the employment of alcohol on the Reserve. Few communities have adopted associate degree alcohol management policy strategy that permits for the availability of alcohol at community gatherings, however places limitations and pointers around its use. Mattagami is one Aboriginal community that has developed and enforced a policy to govern the employment of alcohol at recreational facilities and inexperienced areas. A briefdescription ofthe policy, its formulation method and community impact are represented”.