Northern Saskatchewan Links

  • Cumberland House Cree Nation
  • Official website of the Cumberland House Cree Nation.
  • Dene/Cree Elderspeak: Tales from the Heart and Spirit
  • A collection of tales from the Dene First Nation and the Cree First Nation in text and audio.
  • Eagle Feather News
  • Eagle Feather News is the most widely circulated aboriginal newspaper in Saskatchewan.
  • Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN)
  • The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) represents 72 First Nations and is governed by the Chiefs-in-Assembly. This site provides a history and overview of the structure of the FSIN, press releases, information on FSIN treaty governance processes, information on the Chiefs-in-Assembly and institutions within FSIN, executive portfolios, departmental pages and upcoming events.
  • First Nations University of Canada - Northern Campus
  • Official website for FNU's Northern Campus in Prince Albert, SK.
  • Gift of Language and Culture Project (GLCP)
  • The Gift of Language and Culture is a Woodland Cree language site with stories, songs and a Cree picture dictionary including documents regarding a Cree instructional curriculum project.
  • Île–à–la–Crosse School Division No. 112
  • We are a community-based school division in northwest Saskatchewan. We have two schools Rossignol Elementary Community School and Rossignol High School and in addition we provide services in a Storefront Program and an Outdoor Education Learning Site.
  • Indigenous Peoples' Health Research Centre
  • IPHRC's mandate is to develop capacity for community-based Indigenous health research in Saskatchewan and to create networks of Indigenous health researchers regionally, nationally, and internationally..
  • Indigenous Studies Portal (iPortal)
  • Connects faculty, students, researchers and members of the community with electronic resources: books, articles, theses, documents, photographs, archival resources, maps, etc.
  • Kikinahk Friendship Centre
  • Kikinahk Friendship Centre gradually grew from a community service group to a credible and integral part of the communities that together make up greater La Ronge. Social, recreational and business services are provided to the entire community.
  • Kitsaki Management Limited Partnership
  • Kitsaki Management Limited Partnership performs the for-profit economic development activities of the Lac La Ronge Indian Band.
  • La Ronge, Saskatchewan Wikipedia Page
  • La Ronge is a community of 2,743 people (2011 census) in Northern Saskatchewan, Canada, approximately 250 km (160 mi) north of Prince Albert where Highway 2 becomes Highway 102. The town lies on the western shore of Lac la Ronge, is adjacent to Lac La Ronge Provincial Park, and is on the edge of the Canadian Shield.
  • Lac La Ronge Indian Band
  • Official website for the Lac La Ronge Indian Band.
  • Lac La Ronge First Nation Wikipedia Page
  • Located in north-central Saskatchewan, the Lac La Ronge Indian Band is the largest First Nation in Saskatchewan, and one of the 10 largest in Canada, with a 2010 population of 8,954.
  • Meadow Lake Tribal Council (MLTC)
  • Official website of the Meadow Lake Tribal Council.
  • Memories of Deep River
  • Extensive historical information on hunting, fishing, trapping and fur farming in northern Saskatchewan, plus a collection of memories and stories. There are number of books on this website. They deal with the life and times of many Saskatchewan residents, homesteaders, trappers, fur traders, bush pilots, as well as other groups, such as the Roman Catholic Church, government officials and law enforcement agencies.
  • Metis Economic Development Sector
  • The Clarence Campeau Development Fund (CCDF) has established a Metis Economic Development sector that identifies opportunities and assists in creating viable Metis-owned businesses.
  • Metis Nation - Saskatchewan
  • Metis Nation - Saskatchewan is a province-wide political organization that represents the interests of the Metis people of the province.
  • Missinipi Broadcasting Corporation
  • MBC is dedicated to the preservation and stimulation of aboriginal cultures of Saskatchewan. Through use of aboriginal languages, coverage of significant meetings, events, activities, remotes, panel discussions, special projects and more, MBC provides a vital service to the communities of the North and to an ever expanding audience in central and southern Saskatchewan.
  • Montreal Lake Cree Nation
  • Information includes contact information, history, government, community and economic development, band programs and achievements, schools, annual events, tourist sites and links.
  • Montreal First Nation Saskatchewan Wikipedia Page
  • Montreal Lake is a First Nations community located on the southern shore of Montreal Lake 103 km (64 miles) north of Prince Albert and 167 km (104 miles) south of La Ronge. Highway 969 passes through the village.
  • Native Law Centre of Canada - University of Saskatchewan
  • In addition to providing information on their faculty, staff and programs, this website provides considerable resources, including full text articles from Justice as Healing, a newsletter which explores aboriginal concepts of justice, the table of contents to the First Nations Gazette, full text of the Canadian Native Law Cases, guidelines on sentencing circles and links to articles and bibliographies on aboriginal justice and law.
  • NORTEP / NORPAC
  • Indian and Metis education programs located in La Ronge.
  • Northern Lights School Division #113
  • Northern Lights School Division is a provincial school system serving a predominantly Aboriginal school population located throughout the northern geographical half of Saskatchewan.
  • Northern Research Portal - University Of Saskatchewan Archives
  • This website offers resources on the Canadian north.
  • Northern Saskatchewan Heritage Site
  • The intention of this site is to document and preserve information about the people of the region, their history and culture. An extensive and well done site with a vast amount of information on arts, communities, lifestyle, languages, natural resources, people and trade and travel.
  • NorthSask Special Needs Housing, Employment, Recreation Inc.(NSN)
  • The NorthSask Special Needs Housing, Employment, Recreation Inc. works to provide enhanced opportunities for people with disabilities to have safe and appropriate housing, meaningful employment and rewarding recreational activities.
  • Our Languages Website (Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre)
  • Cree, Dene, Nakota, Lakota, Dakota, and Nakawe language resources and information.
  • Our Legacy Website
  • Material relating to First Nations, Metis, and Inuit peoples, found in Saskatchewan cultural and heritage collections.
  • Our Very Own Songs
  • Features songs written by Northern Saskatchewan students.
  • Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation
  • Official website of the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation.
  • Prince Albert Grand Council
  • Official website of the Prince Albert Grand Council which represents twelve bands.
  • Prince Albert Grand Council eCulture Website
  • The PAGC eCulture website is a portal to educational information about the history of PAGC communities.
  • Resources for Aboriginal Studies - University of Saskatchewan Libraries/Archives
  • A project of indexing and digitizing archival and published materials relating to Aboriginal and Metis studies.
  • Rock Painting on the Churchill River System
  • Aboriginal rock paintings of the Churchill River system and educated speculation on what they mean. Part of the Virtual Saskatchewan site.
  • Sakitawak Bi-Centennial Website
  • Stories about the history of Île–à–la–Crosse.
  • Sakitawak Cultural Site
  • This project is designed to enhance student understanding and knowledge of their Metis language (Michif) and culture.
  • Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre (SICC)
  • The Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre helps to maintain the cultural identity of the five cultures of the province. The fundamental aim of the Centre is to encourage people to maintain a proud and positive self-image. The Centre can do this by developing Indian education, which teaches us about ourselves, spiritually, emotionally, psychologically and intellectually. Web site has information on the Centre, searchable library catalogue, special events and powow calendar, full text of Saskatchewan Indian, links to their First Nations periodical index and their Virtual Keeping House Gallery.
  • Saskatchewan Libraries' Aboriginal Library Services Page
  • Information and resources related to Aboriginal Library Services in Saskatchewan.
  • Saskatchewan Sage
  • Aboriginal newspaper of Saskatchewan.
  • SaskMetis Economic Development Corporation (SMEDCO)
  • SaskMetis Economic Development Corporation (SMEDCO) is a Saskatchewan Metis-owned lending institution created to finance the start-up, acquisition and/or expansion of viable Metis controlled small businesses based in Saskatchewan.
  • Show Us Your North
  • Show Us Your North was conceived as a way to include northern schools in the celebration of arts and culture.
  • Town of La Ronge
  • Official website for the town of La Ronge.
  • Virtual Museum of Metis History and Culture - Gabriel Dumont Institute
  • The Virtual Museum of Metis History and Culture was developed to better share its extensive archival, cultural and learning holdings with the public. Site contains oral histories, photographs, archival documents and audio and video files.