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Map of Treaty 8

Treaty 8 Signed at Lesser Slave Lake in 1899 Covers portions of northern Alberta, B.C., Saskatchewan and part of N.W.T. 23 Alberta First Nations

1999 was the 100th anniversary of the signing of Treaty 8. To read more about Treaty 8 visit Alberta Heritage Online for David Leonard's article Focus on 1899, reprinted from Museums Review.

Treaty 8 area

1 - Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation

2 - Beaver First Nation

3 - Bigstone Cree Nation

4 - Chipewyan Prairie First Nation

5 - Dene Tha' Nation

6 - Driftpile First Nation

7 - Duncan's First Nation

8 - Fort McKay First Nation

9 - Fort McMurray #468 First Nation

10 - Horse Lake First Nation

11 - Kapawe'no First Nation

12 - Little Red River Cree Nation

13 - Loon River Cree Nation

14 - Lubicon Lake Band (No Reserve)

15 - Mikisew Cree First Nation

16 - Sawridge First Nation

17 - Smith's Landing First Nation

18 - Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation

19 - Sucker Creek Band

20 - Swan River First Nation

21 - Tallcree First Nation

22 - Whitefish Lake First Nation (Atikameg)

23 - Woodland Cree First Nation

map courtesy of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Alberta Region
Current as of July 2000

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