Last modified: 2018-02-12 by rick wyatt
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image located by Ben Cahoon, 11 October 2017
The Fort McKay First Nation (FMFN) is a First Nations government in northeast Alberta comprising five Indian reserves – Fort McKay 174, Fort McKay 174C, Fort McKay 174D, Namur Lake 174B and Namur River 174A. The FMFN, signed to Treaty 8, is affiliated with the Athabasca Tribal Council and its members are of Cree and Dene heritage.
The flag is a white field with the band's emblem centred. Image above based on these photographs.