Woodland Cree First Nation

“The Woodland Cree people, will develop and maintain a self-supporting community for our children, which respects the individual, all people, the environment and other communities.”

The Woodland Cree First Nation signed an Adhesion to Treaty No.8 on September 24, 1991.

The Woodland Cree First Nation is made up of four reserves in northern Alberta (Cadotte Lake, Simon Lake, Golden Lake, and Marten Lake). The Woodland Cree First Nation has a membership of  1,032 people (2016). Approximately 750 people live on the reserve.

Woodland Cree First Nation is situated 85 kilometers northeast of the Town Peace River, Alberta, along secondary highway 986, 500km NW of Edmonton, Alberta.