Saulteau First Nations
Saulteau First Nation
PO Box 330
Moberly Lake, BC
ph. (250) 788-3955
fx. (250) 788-7261
In the 1870s one group of Anishnaubemowin (Saulteau) migrated westward from Manitoba following their leader's vision. Their journey ended at Moberly Lake, where they settled and later intermarried with the Nēhiyawēwin (Cree) and Dane-Zaa (Beaver) who were already living in the area1.
Language Informationᓀᐦᐃᔭᐍᐏᐣ (Nēhiyawēwin)
Members of the Saulteau First Nations speaks Dane-zaa, Anishnaubemowin (Saulteau), and Nēhiyawēwin (Cree).
The main community is at the east end of Moberly Lake.
Footnotes / References
2. Saulteau First Nations (2014), Language Needs Assessment #3414
3. Treaty 8 Tribal Association (n.d.). Treaty 8 Tribal Association.
4. Aboriginal Canada (2006). First Nation Connectivity Profiles.