Inspired by Our Past

Invested in Our Future

Fort McKay is located along the banks of the Athabasca River roughly 60 kilometres north of Fort McMurray. There are approximately 800 members of Dene, Cree and Métis descent who live in the community of Fort McKay. We share a border with the Fort McKay Métis Community and, together, we call Fort McKay home.

Our Story
  • News

    FMFN Adds eleven parcels of land

    Fort McKay First Nation is proud to announce the addition.

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    Fort McKay First Nation marks Red Dress Day

    Today the Fort McKay First Nation (FMFN) is observing Red.

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    Fort McKay First Nation Creates Room to Grow through Reserve Additions.

    Fort McKay First Nation is proud to announce the addition.

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    Red River Current Newsletter - May 2022

    Below is a link to the May 2022 edition of.

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    Red River Current Newsletter - April 2022

      Below is a link to the April 2022 edition.

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    Fort McKay First Nation completes significant investment in Surepoint Technologies Group Ltd.

    Fort McKay First Nation (FMFN, Nation) and Surepoint Technologies Group.

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    Fort McKay First Nation responds to Alberta’s intention to fund research into the undocumented deaths and burials of Indigenous children at residential schools.

    Since the news of an unmarked mass grave holding 215.

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    Fort McKay First Nation first real estate development to address affordable housing in Beaumont

    Fort McKay First Nation (FMFN) and its partner, Landrex Inc.,.

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    Community Change Award

    Congratulations Fort McKay First Nation on winning the 2020 Most.

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    Fort McKay First Nation’s Treaty rights recognized by Alberta decision to protect Moose Lake

    Fort McKay First Nation is pleased to learn that the.

  • News

    Chief Grandjamb - Business of Energy magazine.

    Chief Grandjamb talks about the benefits of energy in this.

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    First Nations of the Athabasca Oil Sands Region Appeal Monitoring Suspension

    Faced with significant potential health and environmental impacts, three First.

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    The Community Capitalism of the Fort McKay First Nation: A Case Study

    The Fort McKay First Nation has been featured in a.

Featured Resources

Business

FMFN Doing Business 2022

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Videos

Fort McKay - Past, Present, and Future.

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Website Links

Aboriginal Alert - Stephanie Harpe of FMFN is the National spokesperson

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Videos

Fort McKay Graduation Celebration 2020

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Videos

Education Celebration 2020

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Business

Annual Report 2018

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Videos

Moose Lake Video

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Business

FMFN Business Year in Review 2019

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