Welcome to Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation

Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation reserve #154A & #154B is located within the Treaty 8 territory. (Cree: Namês Sâkahikan) stands as a resilient First Nations government. Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation has recently signed a Treaty alliance with Onion Lake Cree Nation to preserve, protect and enhance treaty and inherent rights. 

At the core of this close-knit community is a registered population of 3,801 members, with 1,505 choosing to call the band’s own reserves their home. This dynamic Nation not only preserves its traditions but also actively contributes to the cultural mosaic of the region. In the midst of the breathtaking landscapes of Northern Alberta, the Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation thrives as a beacon of unity, tradition, and progress.

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Navigating Services for Community Well-being

Discover the diverse range of services and support offered by Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation's dedicated departments. From the pillars of Administration and Finance to the essential services of the Health Centre and Senior's Program, our departments work collaboratively to enhance the well-being of our community. Whether it's education through Sturgeon Lake School, recreation opportunities, or vital consultation services, find out more about each department's role in nurturing a thriving community.