TREATY 8 FIRST NATION OF ALBERTA -"As long as the sun shines, grass grows and the rivers flow..."

Treaty 8 has many First Nations Veterans that fought and sacrificed so much for us to enjoy the freedom we experience daily.  We would like to acknowledge their service to us and say thank you to each and every one. The following are the names of some of the Aboriginal veterans from Treaty 8 that we would like to honour.  This list may not include all of the veterans within Treaty 8 and if there are any that we have missed, please email us their name and community to to have them included and recognized.


Elizabeth Desjarlais

Calling Lake Veterans

Louie Auger (Deceased)

David Cardinal (Deceased)

Jeremy Nipshank (Deceased)

Little Buffalo Veterans

William Noskey

Red Earth Veterans

George Jadot

Smith Veterans

Frank Daniels

Sucker Creek Veterans

Fred Badger (Deceased)

Trout Lake Veterans

Trout Lake Veterans

Whitefish Lake Veterans

Kenneth Lamouche

Driftpile Veterans

Peter Willier

Gift Lake Veterans

Leo Goulet

Loon River Veterans

Benjamin Noskey

Sandy Lake Veterans

Joe Auger (Deceased)

Mark Ried Bert Taron (Deceased)

Sturgeon Lake Veterans

Dave Capot Sr. George Chowace

Swan River Veterans

Glen Davis

Wabasca Veterans

Edward Auger

Francis Auger

Frederic Auger

George D. Auger

Patricia Auger (Deceased)

Michael Bigstone (Deceased)

Noel Boskoyous (Deceased)

Peter Brule (Deceased)

Johnny Decoine (Deceased)

Bill Fardy

Paul Gladue Sr. (Deceased)

Stanley Guillion (Deceased)

Adolph Houle (Deceased)

Ernest Merrier (Deceased)

Victor Rubuliak (Deceased)

Ambrose Shaw (Deceased)

Oliver Steele (Deceased)

John Peter Young (Deceased)

Woodland Cree Veterans

Elzear “Punchy” Whitehead

Nation not Known Veterans

Gilbert Auger George Peterson