Over 300 people call Lutselk’e home. The community is a traditional Chipewyan town located in the East Arm of Great Slave Lake. The community is a world-renowned fishing destination with incredible scenery. The community will be the gateway into the proposed Thaidene Nene National Park, which will cover much of the cliff flanked East Arm of Great Slave Lake and surrounding barren lands. This community is accessible by air year-round or by boat in the summer and snowmobile in winter months.
Students from Junior Kindergarten through Grade 12 are taught at the Lutselk’e Dene School. Adults have access to education through the Aurora College Community Learning Centre.