For the second weekend in a row, RCMP say they prevented a significant amount of contraband alcohol from coming into the Wollaston Lake area.

From Aug. 22-23, police say they seized more than 100 bottles of illegal alcohol.

This included hard liquor, wine, beer and coolers.

Four people have been charged under various infractions under the Saskatchewan Alcohol and Gaming Regulations Act.

The nearby Hatchet Lake Denesuline First Nation is a dry community located on each side of the Welcome Bay in Wollaston Lake.

The Wollaston Lake Settlement is located between the two portions of the Hatchet Lake First Nation, on the western shore of the bay.

(PHOTO: Courtesy Wollaston Lake RCMP.)