Sucker Creek First Nation

Sucker Creek

The Sucker Creek First Nation is located in the Peace River country of northern Alberta, approximately 360 kilometers northwest of Edmonton.  The Nation’s reserve is located on the southwestern shore of Lesser Slave Lake at Enilda, about 22 kilometers east of High Prairie, Alberta. Total reserve acreage is over 14,700. The Sucker Creek reserve is accessible by highway 2 and highway 750.

The current population of the Sucker Creek First Nation as of February 2014 is estimated at 2,712 people, with 721 living on reserve. Governance is by a Chief and a six-member Council, all of who are elected by members via a custom electoral system.

Title

Surname

Given Name

Chief BADGER JAMES
Councillor CALLIOU TERRY
Councillor CUNNINGHAM SANDRA
Councillor OKEMOW CAROL
Councillor PRINCE DAVID
Councillor* PRINCE ESTHER
Councillor WILLIER ALLAN

*Recently elected due to the passing of Councillor George Prince

The Nation is part of the Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council, along with Driftpile, Kapawe’No, Sawridge and Swan River First Nations within Treaty 8.