Saddle Lake First Nation


Located about 39.2 miles or 63.2 kilometres west of Frog Lake, Alberta is Saddle Lake First Nation which is chief Big Bears Reservation west boundary, and one of chief Big Bears main villages. Either Saddle Lake or Frog Lake or Kehewin, were chief Big Bears favorite location. Below are google earth photos of this Ojibway settlements region. On April 3, 1885 Ojibway Soldiers looted a store house at Saddle Lake. On-Reserve population of Saddle Lake First Nation is 6,598. That is incorrect however. Their on-Reserve population is much lower. White Fish Lake Reserve, which is included as being a part of Saddle Lake First Nation, is included. Using google earth to count how many housing units Saddle Lake First Nation has, leads to 500 to 600 in all. That includes WFL. If average household size is 4.0 to 5.0 persons per household, their population is from 2,500 to over 3,000. Their 6,598 population is according to a 2018 population estimate. Previous Saddle Lake First Nation census, which go back to 2001, don't provide population for Saddle Lake. They think they are Cree. It deals with prophecy. Corrupted Ojibway Language which is what Lewis and Clark called Cree Language, is spoken at Saddle Lake First Nation and White Fish Lake Reserve. Cree People are to cowardly to follow prophecy. They are so cowardly, they use Saddle Lake Cree Nation to avoid prophecy. Cree People are a disgrace to Ojibway Traditionalists.



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