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Sturgeon Lake, Sturgeon Lake First Nation


Located about seven miles due west of Valleyview, Alberta, is the small Chippewa settlement of Sturgeon Lake, which is a part of the Sturgeon Lake First Nation. The population of the settlement is 1,051. There are 275 housing units in the settlement, which gives the settlement a 4.0 persons per housing unit average, which is normal for Chippewa settlements. Of the population of 1,051, 265 still speak Anishinabe. Indians account for 1,045 of the population, while non Indians account for only 6 of the settlements population. There are two separate Reserves which make up the Sturgeon Lake First Nation. The other Reserve has a population of only 21. Below are several links to pictures of Sturgeon Lake, Alberta. Weather reports below are from nearby Valleyview, Alberta.



Click for Valleyview AGDM, Alberta Forecast



Sturgeon Lake Full Photograph From Above

Sturgeon Lake Photograph From Above

Sturgeon Lake Photograph From Above

Sturgeon Lake Photograph From Above

Sturgeon Lake Photograph From Above

Sturgeon Lake Photograph From Above

Sturgeon Lake Photograph From Above

Sturgeon Lake Photograph From Above



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