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Who Are We?

Big Lake Community League represents and links six established and developing communities:

  • Hawks Ridge

  • Kinokamau Plains

  • Kinglet

  • Kinglet Gardens

  • Pintail Landing

  • Starling

  • Trumpeter


You will find us on the northwest border of Edmonton, nestled against Lois Hole Provincial Park and Big Lake.


We are the single largest community league by geographical area and qualify as a “Superleague”!


Big Lake’s group of communities boasts the second-largest area of uninterrupted green space in Edmonton next to the River Valley. Nature is all around us!


Our residents are diverse and from all walks of life – from young families to seniors and everything in between.


The Big Lake area is growing. Have your say in how the future of our community could look.

Complete our Needs Assessment Survey Here:


Upcoming Events!

June 5: Big Lake Community League Annual General Meeting (AGM)

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Big Lake Community League

land Acknowledgment

The land on which we live, work and play is Treaty 6 territory and a traditional meeting ground for many Indigenous groups. Today, it remains home to Cree, Blackfoot, Saulteaux, Métis and other Indigenous peoples. The Big Lake Community League acknowledges that we are all beneficiaries of this peace and friendship treaty.

Edmonton City Ward

Nakota Isga

Big Lake Communities fall within the Nakota Isga Ward. Click on the audio file to learn and practice the pronunciation. Click on the PDF to see the boundary map.


The Big Lake Community League embraces the nature that surrounds us, providing activities and programs that fit all individuals and families in a welcoming and friendly atmosphere, making Big Lakes one of the most vibrant living spaces in Edmonton.


The Big Lake Community League will link all of the neighbourhoods within its borders by creating and facilitating programs, fun activities and accessible amenities for our community, and strive to be one of the best communities in Edmonton.

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