Welcome to Sucker Creek First Nation
Preserving our Community, Culture, Language and Traditions
We’re committed to serving SCFN members
The Sucker Creek administration building currently houses the offices of the SCFN 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 8 Centennial Commemoration in June 1999.
What we do
We strive to meet the needs of membership and honour the spirit and intent of Treaty 8.
We protect SCFN Treaty Rights and traditional uses from companies / organizations that seek to undertake or is undertaking natural resource exploration and development in and around SCFN’s traditional territory.
We are responsible for the overview and delivery of the following programs: Traditional Arts & Crafts, Hunting, Fishing & Trapping and Agriculture Program, Recreation Sponsorship, and Small Business Assistance Program.
We are responsible for ensuring that the funds are being used appropriately and administered in a manner consistent with the government guidelines, regulations and all relevant legislation.
We are responsible for the delivery of the following programs: Aboriginal Head Start On-Reserve Program, Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program, The National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program, Mental Health, Environmental Public Health Program – Drinking Water, and HIV/AIDS.
We are responsible for the delivery of educational programs.
Housing & Public Works
We are in charge of the major repairs to establish better programs to our housing program and public works.
We are responsible for the overview and the delivery of the following services: Child Out of Parental Home. Adult in Home Care, Preventative Social Services, and Income Assistance Services.
Continue the conversation.
Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Sucker Creek First Nation that a nomination meeting will be held for one (1) Chief and six (6) Councillors. Date: November 11, 2021 Location: Sucker Creek First Nation Recreation Centre Time: 6:00pm to 9:00pm Read the full...
The Government of Canada has an aggressive legislative agenda that will impact all First Nations in Canada. We are sharing information and presentation on some of these areas including the Recognition and Implementation of Indigenous Rights Framework and proposed new...
The Virtual Crisis Support have been extended from April 19 – 23, 2021