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Sturgeon Lake First Nation of Saskatchewan

Located northwest of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, is Sturgeon Lake First Nation which is within Carlton Reserve. According to 2016's census, on-Reserve population of Sturgeon Lake First Nation is 1,174. They have 293 dwellings with 287 lived in. Average household size is 4.1 persons per household. Around 150 speak Corrupted Ojibway Language which is what Lewis and Clark called Cree Language. In 1876, chief Big Bear along with chief Rocky Boy and chief Sitting Bull, fled their native Montana for Alberta's and Saskatchewan's Cypress Hills. Canadian negotiators were sent to Fort Carlton to negotiate a treaty with chief Big Bear about a Reserve. That treaty is Treaty 6 which created Carlton Ojibway Reserve.


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