Lutsel k’e

The community of Lutsel K’e is situation on the east arm of Great Slave Lake with a population of 299 Dene.

This traditional Chipewyan town is the only settlement on Great Slave Lake’s fish-filled, cliff-cradled East Arm – site of the proposed new Thaidene Nene National Park. The scenic community is accessible only by air, boat, and/or snowmobile.  It is an ideal area  for angling, paddling trips in Christie and McLeod Bays.  Additionally, the area is accessible to Pike’s Portage where the land is rich with muskox and caribou-rich Barren-lands.

Lutsel K'e Dene First Nation Chief

Darryl Marlowe is the youngest Chief for Lutsel K’e.  Marlowe was elected in May of 2017.