Montreal Lake
Cree Nation

The Montreal Lake Cree Nation is a distinct First Nation among the Aboriginal peoples of Canada in that they possess a unique historical cultural heritage, and as such, form a people with a common political consciousness.

We strive to maintain the social, economic and political bases of the First Nations people represented herein, including their rights to land and resources, culture, language, self-government and self-determination.

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Our Mission

We’re Committed To The Pursuit Of The
Highest Quality Of Life For All Its Members

The Montreal Lake Cree Nation is a distinct First Nation among the Aboriginal peoples of Canada in that they possess a unique historical cultural heritage, and as such, form a people with a common political consciousness.

We strive to maintain the social, economic and political bases of the First Nations people represented herein, including their rights to land and resources, culture, language, self-government and self-determination.

Our History

In 1876, Governor Alexander Morris, appointed by federal Order-in-Council, was empowered as a Treaty Commissioner to negotiate a treaty with First Nations living within the limits of what would become Treaty Six.

He, alone, had the authority to negotiate a lawful treaty; and he did with the Plains and Wood Cree Indians and other tribes of Indians between August 23-29 and on September 9, 1876.

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