Further details are available below:
Statement of Claim
Kétuskéno Declaration
BLCN Press Release

On May 14, 2008, the Beaver Lake Cree released their Kétuskéno Declaration asserting their role as caretakers of their traditional territories and started a legal action to: a) enforce recognition of their Constitutionally protected rights to hunt, trap and fish, and b) protect the ecological integrity of their territories.

Chief, Elders and Advisors are United Against the Destruction of the Traditional Lands and Territories
The principal means of survival, namely, the traditional practices of hunting and fishing are still carried on. Band members are also actively engaged in farming, ranching, forestry, the oil and gas industry and other trades and occupations. Beaver Lake Cree
Nation has taken great strides to improve the quality of life of its members. Among other things, it has its own school system, health and treatment centers, Head Start program and administration. Beaver Lake Cree Nation also maintains and operates Spruce Point Campground, and hosts an annual Pow Wow.
It works in a cooperative manner with other levels of government and industry for the betterment of its members.





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