The flag of the Lucky Man Cree Nation consists of the logo flanked by the words "Treaty Six". The logo itself comprises a medicine wheel encircling a buffalo. From the medicine wheel hangs 9 eagle feathers representing the point in the history of the Band when the membership was at its lowest. At one point, the Lucky Man Cree Nation population consisted of only 9 people, the ancestors of today's growing membership.

Welcome to Lucky Man Cree Nation

On January, 2021, the Lucky Man Cree Nation held an election for Chief and Council.

In 1879, Chief Papaway (Lucky Man) signed an adhesion to Treaty 6. Explore the history or the land claim of the Lucky Man Cree Nation.

LMCN Pictures from Treaty Day and Current Development. Thanks Terry and Eugina For the Pictures.

Drilling Site for Hall expansion and Modular Home
LMCN Drilling Hall Expansion
Drilling on North Side of Hall
Chief Crystal, Dana, Terry, and Brendan
Chief Crystal LMCN and Dana from BRIRC
Long lost Trapper from the 1800's visits LMCN.
Interview with kokum.
Im pretty pretty pretty

Lucky Man Cree Nation Summer Gathering 2023

Lucky Man Cree Nation Fact Sheet

Contact Us


520 Heritage Way, Gold Eagle Indian Reserve, North Battleford,SK
S9A 0P2

Sub Office Address, Saskatoon, SK
820-606 Spadina Cres E



(306) 937-2343  Primary
(306) 374-2828 Secondary

(306) 934-2853  Fax

Lucky Man Cree Nation