The Sucker Creek First Nation is located on the southwestern shore of Lesser Slave Lake at Enilda, about 22 kilometers east of High Prairie, Alberta. The band has a registered population of 2,099 (as of March 2003) and almost 6,000 hectares of reserve land. Sucker Creek First Nation is a holistic, thriving and successful community operating under the principles of good governance and sustainability while meeting the needs of its membership and honouring the spirit and intent of Treaty 8.
The Sucker Creek Administration Building currently houses the offices of the Sucker Creek First Nation Chief and Council Administration, the Sucker Creek Health Centre and the sub-office of the Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council. A monument was raised in honour of the Treaty VIII Centennial Commemoration in June 1999.
Over the course of the next 3 years, Sucker Creek First Nation will implement and deliver sustainable programs, projects and services that will enhance our member and community needs in a fair and fiscally responsible manner. The Sucker Creek Chief and Council are working to improve the social, cultural and economic independence of band members and are responsible for delivery of a wide variety of programs and services to members.