1981 - 1982 :Albert Raymond Beaver This website will be a work in progress, we have much more to research and to share and to add, check back periodically to stay updated. Welcome to the  website of Saddle Lake Cree Nation. Saddle Lake Cree Nation Band #462 Saddle Lake Cree Nation is a settlement in central Alberta. The truth about the state of DTFN’s agricultural benefits (cows & plows) claims as of March 19, 2019: I’m forwarding copies of the last update for your information, see attachments. Follow The Official Facebook Page For News And Events and information. You can, Two charged with murder that prompted Onion Lake to declare state emergency appear in court, Living Sky bids farewell to retiring trustees, Montreal Impact's Jukka Raitala makes 'tough decision' to join Finnish national team, Potential COVID-19 exposure: North Battleford, Lloyd., Melfort, P.A., Regina, S’toon, Togo, Yorkton, Nov. 3 - North West now has 60 active COVID-19 cases, Crimestoppers feature robbery with firearm at Wally’s Food Basket, North Batleford. 2000 - 2001 :Jim Schaefer If you are experiencing cold or flu like symptoms, call: (780) 726-3930, (780) 547-5324 AND (780) 547-5341 (24 HOURS, EVERYDAY). Listed are all the Chiefs from the past 100+ years, 2013- 2019 -Frieda Martselos SERVICE CANADA HAS A DEDICATED TOLL-FREE PHONE LINE FOR FIRST NATIONS MEMBERS NEEDING HELP WITH THEIR CERB APPLICATIONS. Alvin Moostoos from the James Smith Cree Nation, said he thinks the first peoples should go back to the lands to harvest. Have a look at SLCN's current chief and council. Chicken, eggs both go first as feds roll out COVID-19 food surplus program She pointed to a Treaty 8 cows and plows settlement reached in 2017 as a model for the present. 1963 - 1963 :John Paulette Saddle Lake Cree Nation is signatory to Treaty 6 which was signed at Fort Pit, Saskatchewan on Sept. 9th of 1876. 1970    :Not Stated I realized that these economic benefit negotiations had progressed to a critical point. But we will push hard to get us (a) settlement for our First Nations.”. “They say there’s no money in farming,” Moostoos said. “Because there’s already negotiations taking place.”. Your support is vital to helping us provide free local news. The objective is to share, educate, inform, and communicate. Over time we have included other topics such as, Local Legends, and the Well-Being Page. 1964 - 1965 :Not Stated Reimagining Disablist and Ableist Violence as Abjection - 1st. “We’re trying to get at the table because we are one of the largest First Nations in Treaty 6 territory,” she said. 1958 - 1958 :Alex Maurice

1979 - 1980 :Jerry Cheezie She said the band would be meeting shortly with counsel to get updates on negotiations, and work on plans to have the LLRIB contribute to the process. Salt River First Nation band members will be asked to vote on the settlement agreement on December 20 - 22, 2001. The clause is called the cows and ploughs clause by some in Treaty 6. The band controls three Indian Reserves, the large Sturgeon Lake 154 and the smaller 154A and 154B. Saddle Lake is a Cree Nation in central Alberta. That agreement, reached by Black Lake First Nation and Fond du Lac Denesuline First Nation, came as a financial settlement. The negotiations aim to secure agricultural benefits or payment in lieu. Access Informational links on Mental, Emotional and Physical Health. These copies were sent out to Dene Tha’ members for sharing with as many members it may reach via emails and social media (i.e. The band submitted its claim in October 2018. Click here to look for the right business for the job, Lac La Ronge Indian Band Chief Tammy Cook-Searson. 1983 - 1985 :Raymond Beaver “We don’t want to wait three-and-a-half years before our claim is validated,” she said. 1969 - 1969 :Alexander Beggar Recall that as of November 2017, the federal government informed DTFN by letter that claims settlement negotiations for the Agricultural Benefits (cows & plows) with DTFN was approximately 3 to 3.5 years away from the time of meeting the basic requirements. 1991 - 1997 :Jerry Paulette The government negotiators did not trust the independent reports provided by the other First Nations at the Cows and Plows table. "After years of negotiating, I am pleased to place this offer of a final settlement before our membership for their review and ultimately, a final decision," said Salt River First Nation Chief, Jim Schaefer. CONTACT THE CALL CENTRE TO FILL OUT AND CRITICAL INCIDENTS. “They say there’s no money in farming,” Moostoos said. of Greenview in the Peace Country of Northern Alberta. From there, the federal government had three-and-a-half years to validate it. Posted: Nov 06, 2017 7:00 AM CT | Last Updated: November 6, 2017 She wants to expedite the LLRIB’s claim to join the negotiations, and has been lobbying the minister of Indigenous services to speed the process along. Should Salt River First Nation band members vote in favour of the settlement agreement in December, a formal signing ceremony will likely take place early next spring. The Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation is a First Nations band government or "band", part of the Cree ethnic group, a member of the Western Cree Tribal Council, and a party to Treaty 8. 2012 - 2013 :Dave Poitras The Governments of Canada and Alberta recently concluded a significant claim settlement with Bigstone Cree Nation. Negotiators for Salt River First Nation (SRFN), Canada and the GNWT initialed a Final Treaty Land Entitlement settlement agreement in November. The settlement agreement will become final if the majority of SRFN members of legal voting age turn out to vote, and vote in its favour.