Forestry, Sturgeon Lake First Nation; i.e. Planting Training, 1997.

As noted by the author of this article, the above-mentioned project was initiated in May 1997 and completed in 1998. Thus, the article is reprinted here in the format that it was published on the website of the Canadian Forest Service. As…

Forestry, Sturgeon Lake First Nation; i.e. Eco-Tourism Site Development, 1999.

As noted by the author of this article, the above-mentioned project was initiated in May 1999 and completed as of 2000. Thus, the article is reprinted here in the format that it was published on the web site of Canadian Forest Service. As…

Community Member Profile of the late Jean Marie Felix, i.e. cited in All Nations of Saskatchewan Indian Elders.

The above-mentioned article was printed in the book published in 1989 by the Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre (SICC) and entitled: All Nations of Saskatchewan Indian Elders. Thus, accordingly the article is reprinted here in the format it…

Joseph Naytowhow, Community Member Profile, Sturgeon Lake First Nation.

This document cited a number of articles pertaining to the involvement of Joseph Naytowhow in First Nation music, drama, dance and visual arts. As per the above-mentioned, the following notes a number of articles written about Joseph Naytowhow,…

A Critical Examination Of The Ethics In Research Involving Indigenous Peoples; i.e. Thesis written by William John Ermine, 2000.

The above-mentioned thesis document was completed by the author as part of the requirement in gaining a Master of Education Degree. Since both, the author and the University of Saskatchewan co-own the copy right, and require both their permission…

Agreement Settled; [Sturgeon Lake] Band To Get Control Of Education; i.e. 1974.

The above-mentioned article cited that the Sturgeon Lake Band in 1974, after two days of negotiation with the Saskatchewan Regional Office of Indian Affairs, received a signed agreement providing for twelve (12) staff residences to be used temporarily…

Sturgeon Lake Timber Claim Settlement; i.e. 2001.

As cited in the article, the negotiation and settlement of the above-mentioned timber claim by the Sturgeon Lake First Nation leadership and membership took eight (8) years to complete. Negotiations were finally completed in August of 2000,…

Treaty Six Annuity Paylists, 1891, 1897, and 1898, William Twatt Band.

The above-mentioned Treaty Paylists for 1891, 1897, and 1898 cite the names of the membership of William Twatt Band, now known as the Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation (See Appendix F: pp. 255- 262). Furthermore, the above-mentioned Treaty Annuity Paylists…

1876, Treaty Six Annuity Paylist, William Twatt Band, Sturgeon Lake.

The above-mentioned 1876 Treaty Annuity Paylist cites the names of the membership of William Twatt Band, now known as the Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation (See Appendix C: p. 231 and Appendix F: p. 255). Further, this 1876 Treaty Annuity Paylist not…

History of Sturgeon Lake First Nation, cited in Sturgeon Lake First Nation Inquiry – Red Deer Holding Agricultural Lease, 1998, 10, ICCP.

This research document cites that the members of Sturgeon Lake First Nation are descended from Cree Chief Ah-yah-tus-kum-ik-im-am and his four headmen (Oo-sahn-us-koo-nee-kik, Yay-yah-too-way, Loo-sou-am-ee-kwakn, and Nees-way-yak-ee-nah-koos)…