Participate in the Sovereignty Project



THIS is What Sovereignty Looks Like

An International Sovereignty Project

We invite schools, artists, design students, communicators and those with a point of view about Indigenous sovereignty to participate in our “THIS is What Sovereignty Looks Like.” Project.

We have designed these posters which we hope will travel around the world - and we invite you to print and post them.


Sovereignty poster A   Sovereignty poster B   Sovereignty poster C


Our hope is that our posters will make their way around the world; that you, your school, your organization, your family, your community will display the poster proudly and in as many places as you like – reminding the world that Sovereign peoples do exist, do continue to self-determine and continue to fight colonization and imperialism with the strongest tool possible: sovereignty.

In turn, we invite you to create your vision of what 'THIS is What Sovereignty Looks Like" and share them with us.

We will host many, many of the designs, drawings, photographs, records, representations and design of your vision of what sovereignty looks like on our website.  We invite you to submit your understanding of what Sovereignty looks like to our website for the generation of discussion, dialogue and imagery of Sovereignty and Indigenous peoples around the world.

For more details or to participate, please contact us at:

General Inquiry Contact:

Lubicon Lake Nation
(780) 629-3945 Office
(780) 618-3794 Cell
(780) 629-3939 Fax
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Please include full contact information with your project. We will need to contact you to confirm your information and the right to post your project.

Welcome to the website for the Lubicon Lake Nation

We are the Lubicon Lake Nation: a sovereign and self-determining peoples. The Lubicon Lake Nation is a distinct Indigenous Nation with a well-defined traditional Territory in what is now known as north-central Alberta, Canada (see Map). We are Cree peoples, Neheyiwak, and were and have been hunting, fishing and trapping on our Traditional Territory long before the creation of Canada. We continue to occupy and protect our Traditional Territory today. We have never surrendered or ceded our land to a foreign government. Our Nation maintains jurisdiction over, authority for, and autonomy of our Traditional Territory, Nation and peoples.