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Fond du Lac First Nation, Saskatchewan (Canada)

Last modified: 2020-04-26 by rick wyatt
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[Fond du Lac First Nation, Saskatchewan flag] image located by Janis Lasmanis, 7 April 2020

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Fond du Lac is located at the northeast end of Lake Athabasca. It is between the Northern Settlement of Uranium City to the west and Northern Hamlet of Stony Rapids to the east. Fond du Lac lies approximately 60 kilometres south of the Northwest Territories border and about 1,275 km northwest of Prince Albert. The band has a total land base of 36,812 hectares, including the main reserve (15,520 ha) and five parcels of reserve lands in the vicinity. The total population of Fond Du Lac Denesųłiné First Nation is about 2,300, with more than 900 living on reserve and about 1,300 to 1,400 living off reserve. 

The flag is white narrow blue stripes on the hoist and fly, with the emblem in the center featuring a wolf howling before an orange sun.
Ben Cahoon, 7 April 2020