Black Lake Denesuline Nation

Historical and Alternate Community Names

Maurice, Maurice Piché


General Information

Black Lake Denesuline is a Dene First Nation located to the far north of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.  They are signatories to Treaty 8, which the group signed in 1899. At this time, Black Lake and Fond du Lac First Nations were a single group called Maurice Piché, however, the two split into separate nations in 1949. As of 2022, Black Lake Denesuline Nation has a registered population of 2,292.


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