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Tsuut’ina Nation’s culture, history and language are all unique. Formerly known as the Sarcee (Sarsi), the Tsuut’ina Nation prides itself to be connected to the Dene Nation through our language (Athabaskan), culture, customs and territory. We strive to maintain our autonomy of identity, customs, traditions, territory and the self determination of Indigenous Governance.
The Tsuut’ina Nation Citizens distinctness is recognized by entering into Treaty No. 7 by Chief Chiila Bullhead with the British Crown of Great Britain & Ireland in 1877. Today, the Tsuut’ina Nation Citizens have progressed to be a highly sufficient, and economically advanced First Nation.