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Onion Lake Cree Nation, Saskatchewan (Canada)

Last modified: 2020-12-26 by rick wyatt
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[Onion Lake Cree Nation, Saskatchewan flag] image by Olivier Touzeau, 23 November 2020

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The Onion Lake First Nation has educational facilities, a modern health centre, and indoor/outdoor sports facilities. There are both band-owned and privately owned businesses on reserve, providing the community with essential services and employing both residents and non-residents. Currently, 2,408 of the bandís 4,003 members live on the 57,737.5 ha of reserve land, situated 50 km north of Lloydminster. The Onion Lake Reserve straddles the Saskatchewan-Alberta border, making it Canadaís only border Cree Nation.
Ben Cahoon, 12 April 2020

The new flag depicts the same badge, displayed toward the hoist, below which is the Treaty Six flag, the name toward the fly on a background that fades from light blue at the top to white at the bottom and six coloured ribbons across the base. The image above is based on this photograph.

Previous flag

[Onion Lake Cree Nation, Saskatchewan flag] image located by Janis Lasmanis, 12 April 2020

The flag was white with the emblem centered featuring a tipi, pipe and feather.
Ben Cahoon, 12 April 2020