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Chiefs Call For Treaty Based Funding Arrangements

Saddle Lake Cree Nation (onihckiskwapowin)

RE: FNLED SURVEY

The First Nations Labour and Employment Development (FNLED) survey is a new survey from the First Nations Information Governance Centre that is coming to First Nations reserve and Northern communities in 2019 and will be conducted in Saddle Lake Cree Nation (onihckiskwapowin) until December 2019.

FNLED Poster

RE: FNLED SURVEY

FNLED Brochure

FNLED Job Posting

 

Treaty Rally – Respect Existence or Expect Resistance

 

UPDATE: RCMP Release Name of 70-Year-Old Male Who Uttered Threats Against School

St. Paul, Alberta – On Nov. 3, 2019, at approximately 3:26 p.m., St. Paul RCMP responded to an uttering threats complaint. A male had made threats to shoot up Saddle Lake First Nation, Whitefish Lake First Nation along with Ashmont School.

November 5, 2019

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Saddle Lake residents frustrated over release of charged man

After threats were allegedly made by a 70-year-old Ashmont resident on Nov. 3, the St. Paul RCMP and St. Paul Education Regional Division held two meetings Monday evening in Saddle Lake Cree Nation and Whitefish Lake First Nation

NOV 5, 2019

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Updated version: Man arrested following threats made to communities and school

Ashmont School had an estimated 50 students attend classes at the K to 12 school on Monday, following the cancellation of buses from surrounding First Nations communities due to a threat made on Sunday afternoon. The school has an enrollment of over 500 students.

NOV 4, 2019

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Man charged with threatening First Nations, school in Alberta

ST. PAUL, Alta. - Police say a 70-year-old man has been charged after allegedly threatening to “shoot up” two First Nations and a school in the County of St. Paul, Alta.

Published Monday, November 4, 2019 5:19AM MST

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School buses canceled after threat made towards Northern Alberta Schools

All Saddle Lake Cree Nation school buses are canceled this morning, due to the death threats that were made on Facebook against the community, Goodfish Lake and Ashmont school.

Monday, November 4th, 2019 6:08am

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Man arrested for uttering threats against communities and school

In the afternoon of Nov. 3 (Sunday), at about 3:26 p.m., St. Paul RCMP responded to an uttering threats complaint.

A man allegedly had made threats to “shoot up” Saddle Lake First Nation, Whitefish Lake First Nation, along with Ashmont School.

NOV 3, 2019

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SLCN November/December 2019 Event Posters

2019 Baby Celebration

Memorial Feast

N.A.A.W Walk

N.A.A.W Week

Get Back On The Horse Poster

SLCN Press Release

FASD 101

Christmas Party

Pediatric OT November

Christmas Baking

Child Psychologist

Lake land FASD

Sensory Talks

November Calender

What is OT

Christmas Sewing

Pow Wow Nights 2019

Speech Therapist November

2019 naaw week round dance

PCOP Calender November

Women's Support Group

Rainbows Program

2019 Audit Presentation

SL Priorities

More News

Pictured is Elder Alsena White, and recipient of a 2019 Esquao Award.

Elder Alsena is a caretaker, a teacher, a medicine woman and knowledge keeper. Above all, she is a role model for her community. In her work as a guide and teacher, Elder Alsena has ensured many young people felt safe and supported in discovering their Indigenous identities and cultural connection.

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Saddle Lake Celebrates Orange Shirt Day, With James And Anthony

UNESCO honours Saddle Lake Cree Nation student for story on Treaty 6

Bella Morrisseau Whiskeyjack has been writing since “she could get pen to paper” when she was four. She just didn’t realize she would be a published author before she had even started Grade 5.The member of Saddle Lake Cree Nation and Sherwood Park student recently won silver in the 2019 Indigenous Child Author Competition through the UNESCO Voices of Future Generations Children’s Initiative for a book she wrote about Treaty 6. To read the whole piece, click "READ MORE"

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SLCN Past Events 2018

Have a look at the events held in 2018.

2017/2018 SLCN Programs, Services and Community Presentations In Powerpoint

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                                                                             Newsletters

                                                                                             Saddle Lake Cree Nation

About The SLCN Newsletters

THE SADDLE LAKE CREE NATION NEWSLETTER

The Saddle Lake Cree Nation leadership initiated the “Saddle Lake Cree Nation Newsletter in May of

2017. The newsletter is bi-monthly, and last year SL published 6 regular editions and one special edition

in March of 2018.

The primary focus of the newsletter is to serve as a reporting mechanism to our First Nation. Our

leadership value communication and encourage accountability and transparency by reporting on their

activities as well as all of the SL programs, services and businesses.

Below you will find PDF’s of all the newsletters, they are download-able and printable.

 

SLCN Newsletters

SLCN June 2017 Newsletter

SLCN July 2017 Newsletter

SLCN Sept 2017 Newsletter

SLCN Dec 2017 Newsletter

SLCN Jan 2018 Newsletter

SLCN Comm. Gathering Newsletter

SLCN March 2018 Newsletter

SLCN June 2018 Newsletter

SLCN Treaty 6 Edition

SLCN Sept. 2018 Newsletter

SLCN Dec. 2018 Newsletter

March 2019 Newsletter

May 2019 Newsletter

July 2019 Newsletter

Saddle Lake Cree Nation

Box 100, Saddle Lake, AB

T0A-3T0

(780) 726-3829

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Saddle Lake Cree Nation (onihckiskwapowin)

RE: FNLED SURVEY

The First Nations Labour and Employment Development (FNLED) survey is a new survey from the First Nations Information Governance Centre that is coming to First Nations reserve and Northern communities in 2019 and will be conducted in Saddle Lake Cree Nation (onihckiskwapowin) until December 2019.

 Bella Whiskeyjack is going to be interviewed on Global National on October 20th

The First Nations Labour and Employment Development (FNLED) survey is a new survey from the First Nations Information Governance Centre that is coming to First Nations reserve and Northern communities in 2019 and will be conducted in Saddle Lake Cree Nation (onihckiskwapowin) until December 2019.

Saddle Lake Cree Nation (onihckiskwapowin)

RE: FNLED SURVEY