Sikachu Community Hall

Sikachu Community Hall

The Lac La Ronge Indian Band is the largest Cree First Nation band in Saskatchewan where our Reserve lands extend from rich farmlands in Central Saskatchewan, all the way North through the boreal forest to the Churchill River and beyond where many of our 10,000 members reside.

Sikachu Lake is part of the larger designated Reserve, Morin Lake, and is home to over 100 of our members where many of those residents are under 25 years old.
There are very few amenities in Sikachu Lake and if supplies or other necessities are needed, residents have to travel 15 kilometers away to Morin Lake to purchase those. As well, the youth in this community have nothing to occupy their days, especially in the summer when school is out.

With the financial support of Northern Lights Community Development Corporation (NLCDC), the community leaders took an existing building and renovated it to house a community hall for youth activities, convenience store and gas bar so members don’t need to travel outside of their community to purchase essential items and a fire hall that will store portable water supply, a high pressure pump and other emergency/disaster equipment.

Lac La Ronge Indian Band is very thankful for the sponsorship from NLCDC towards the construction of this much needed community infrastructure that brings essential services to our members in Sikachu Lake.