CADOTTE LAKE BASEWOODLAND CREE FIRST NATION
The Woodland Cree First Nation is made up of four reserves in northern Alberta (Cadotte Lake, Simon Lake, Golden Lake, and Marten Lake).
Situated 85km northeast of Peace River, it resides on Treaty 8 and encompasses the Simon Lakes area, with the hamlet of Cadotte Lake touching its border. It is also close proximity to Haig Lake, the hamlet of Red Earth Creek and Lubicon Lake in Little Buffalo.
This area is known for its close-knit communities, rich culture and extensive forests that are ideal for hunting, trapping, fishing and harvesting. The small populations within each community make it easier to recognize and get to know residents, plus they are always happy to welcome in new faces.
For more information visit Woodland Cree First Nation.