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Montreal Lake is a Cree First Nation reserve in the boreal forest of central Saskatchewan, Canada. Its location is on the southern shore of Montreal Lake 103 km (64 miles) north of Prince Albert and 167 km (104 miles) south of La Ronge. Highway 969 passes through the village.
Montreal Lake, Saskatchewan Wikipedia
The village is the administrative centre of the Montreal Lake First Nations band government. Chief William Charles and his councillors signed an adhesion to Treaty 6 in 1889 on behalf of Montreal Lake First Nation. and is a member of the Prince Albert Grand Council.
As of March 2013 the total membership of the Montreal Lake First Nation was 3,678 with 2,261 members living on-reserve or on crown land and 1417 living off reserve. It is governed by a Chief and 8 councillors. It has territory at Montreal Lake 106 (population 999), Montreal Lake 106 B (population 389) and Timber Bay (population 93).