The Village of Spring Lake is located on
Treaty 6 Territory

The traditional meeting grounds, gathering space, and travel route of the Cree, Saulteaux, Blackfoot, Dene, and Nakota Sioux and the homeland of the Métis Nation.

The Village of Spring Lake recognizes the historical significance and contributions of Canada’s Indigenous People and their cultures. We understand the important role that the Indigenous Communities play today and in the future. We recognize the importance of honouring and acknowledging Treaty 6 Territory as we work towards strengthening relations and building bridges with our neighbouring Indigenous Communities.




Spring Lake's Dream Catcher

This photo of our gorgeous Dream Catcher was taken on the night of 2023's very first full moon.

The opportunity was just too much to pass on!
It was a beautiful night and an absolutely special moment in time to capture.

Thank you so much for the photo, Sarah!

Photo Credit: Sarah Denby





Ojibwe Dream Catcher Legend


This beautifully made plaque, located in the Village of Spring Lake, represents and honors respect, truth, and reconciliation.

Here, you will learn about the Ojibwe Dream Catcher Legend.


Photo Credit: Randy Denby, Public Works Manager

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