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Black Lake Denesuline Nation

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Black Lake Denesuline First Nation is a community located in the Athabasca Basin region, about 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. The band has a registered membership of 2,151 band members, with 1,315 of those members living on reserve as of April 2017.

The Black Lake Denesuline Nation occupies a reserve with a land base of over 32,000 hectares (79,074 acres). The band was formerly known as "Stony Rapids," which is now the name of a separate community 20 kilometres (12 mi) northwest and downstream on the Fond du Lac River, not on reserve land. Black Lake Dene Nation has territory at three locations: Chicken 224, Chicken 225, and Chicken 226. 


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Black Lake Denesuline First Nation is a band located in Northern Saskatchewan’s Athabasca Basin region.

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Province : Saskatchewan
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