Saugeen First Nation (SFN) is an Ojibway community found on the shores of Lake Huron at the base of the Bruce Peninsula, two miles northeast of Southampton and approximately eighteen miles west of Owen Sound, Ontario. South Sauble Beach Park, renowned for its breathtaking sunsets, is known for its shallow, sandy beach. It provides the backdrop for the healthy active lifestyle of this area—a popular destination for hiking, fishing, and swimming.
SFN’s administration team manages twenty-one departments to holistically serve its community and provides both seasonal and year-round employment for 150 staff. SFN has a population of approximately 1,857 members, with nearly half living on reserve. They prioritize social development and offer a great amount of
training and education opportunities for their members. The Lands, Fisheries, Roads, and Water Departments ensure the environment is managed appropriately and according to community protocols and policies.
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