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Fort MacKay First Nation, Alberta (Canada)

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Last modified: 2022-01-15 by rick wyatt
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[Fort MacKay First Nation flag] image located by Ben Cahoon, 11 October 2017

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Fort MacKay First Nation

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.

Variant flag

[Fort MacKay First Nation flag] image located by Ben Cahoon, 8 December 2020

A new design for the Fort McKay flag has a light brown stripe near the top and a blue stripe near the bottom. The name is written below the emblem.
Ben Cahoon, 8 December 2020

Fort McKay Group of Companies LP

[Fort McKay Group of Companies LP] image located by Valentin Poposki, 12 December 2021

Fully owned by Fort McKay First Nation, Fort McKay Group of Companies (FMGOC) began in 1986 with six employees and a single janitorial contract. Since then we have aggressively taken advantage of our close proximity to the oil sands, establishing companies that provide both revenue and opportunity to our community. We currently have over 1300 employees and have offices located in Edmonton and the Fort McKay Industrial Park, 48 km north of Fort McMurray town.

With a strong commitment and priority focus on quality, cost, and safety, FMGOC has grown into a multi-million-dollar oilfield construction and services company. Profits generated from FMGOC flow back into the First Nation community to support community employment, infrastructure; health benefits and community centres to meet the needs of its growing population.

The flag is white with the Company logo
Valentin Poposki, 12 December 2021