Muskeg Lake Cree Nation is a progressive band that owns and manages a total of 35,123 acres in urban and rural lands. These lands are used for community living, agriculture, recreation and business.
Muskeg Lake’s affairs are managed by the Chief and Council and informed by Cree Law. The Chief and Council meet twice a month to consult and make decisions about the community and the band’s businesses. An elder also attends each meeting.
As a community, we are proud of our Cree culture, language and heritage. We have many events during the year, as well as a cultural camp, to celebrate our roots and our culture.
From the original reserve to agricultural and urban lands and pristine wilderness, Muskeg Lake Cree Nation lands cover a spectrum that is both diverse and useful.
Community members total about 2,135. While only 367 live on the reserve, the rest live throughout Saskatchewan and around the world. We have a proud history of achievement in sports, culture and, more recently, business.
Through business development and partnerships, we strive to become economically self-sufficient and to provide resources for community programs and services that will enhance the lives and well-being of our members.