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Black Lake First Nation

Black Lake Denesuline First Nation (Black Lake) is a community located in Northern Saskatchewan’s Athabasca Basin region, approximately 1,180 km northwest of Prince Albert.  Black Lake is a member of the Prince Albert Grand Council, and is governed by a chief and councillors.  Black Lake has a registered membership of 2,151 band members, with 1,315 of those members living on reserve as of April, 2017.

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Black Lake Denesuline First Nation (Black Lake) is a community located in Northern Saskatchewan’s Athabasca Basin region, approximately 1,180 km northwest of Prince Albert.  Black Lake is a member of the Prince Albert Grand Council, and is governed by a chief and councillors.  Black Lake has a registered membership of 2,151 band members, with 1,315 of those members living on reserve as of April, 2017.

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