Woodland Cree First Nation

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This article is about a particular band government. For the ethnic group, see Woodland Cree.

The Woodland Cree First Nation is a First Nation in Alberta, Canada adjacent to the Cadotte Lake in Northern Sunrise County northeast of the Town of Peace River. The hamlet of Cadotte Lake is located within the reserve.

As of September, 2010, there were 986 registered residents in Woodland Cree First Nation,[1] 697 of which were living on reserve. The reserve covers a total of 16,106.0 hectares.

Reserves[edit]

Woodland Cree First Nation reserves
Reserve No. Location Area(hectares)
Woodland Cree 226 48 km NE of Peace River 11660.0
Woodland Cree 227 60 km NE of Peace River 660.0
Woodland Cree 228 75 km NE of Peace River 3786.0


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References[edit]

  1. ^ Registered Population Indian and Northern Affairs Canada

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