A northern hamlet located on the shoreline of the Fond du Lac River approximately 80 kilometers south of the border to the Northwest Territories. An all-weather road also connects the community to the Black Lake Denesuline First Nation.
Denesųłiné First Nation
Situated approximately 1,180 km northwest of Prince Albert. Access to the community is by air to Stony Rapids and then by an all-weather road approximately 20km to Black Lake.
Fond du Lac Denesųłiné First Nation
Situated on the northeast shore of Lake Athabasca, 60km south of the Northwest Territories border and 1,842km northwest of Prince Albert. Founded over 150 years ago, it is one of the oldest and most remote First Nation communities in SK. Access to the community is by air only year round; seasonal ice road in the winter and by boat during the summer.
Located on the northern shoreline of Lake Athabasca, approximately 35 km from the community of Uranium City. It remains the most northern and isolated community in Saskatchewan and is only accessible by boat in the open water season and by air year round.
Established in 1952 as a base for uranium mining. Following the mine closure, it is now a Northern Settlement. Access to the community is by air only year round; seasonal ice road in the winter and by boat during the summer.