Who was the first chief of Opaskwayak Cree Nation?

Who was the first chief of Opaskwayak Cree Nation?

Opaskwayak Cree Nation

Off reserve 2866
Total population 6245
Chief Christian Sinclair

What does OCN stand for in Manitoba?

BETWEEN. OPASKWAYAK CREE NATION as represented by the Chief and Council of the Opaskwayak Cree Nation. (“OCN”) -and- HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN IN THE RIGHT OF THE PROVINCE OF MANITOBA as represented by the.

Is the PAS a reserve?

The Pas Band (now the Opaskwayak Cree Nation) surrendered the townsite in 1906 and moved to reserve lands on the north bank of the Saskatchewan River.

What is the population of Split Lake Manitoba?

Split Lake (Part) 171, MB Demographics

Statistic Split Lake (Part) 171 National
Population 2,148 38,134,230
Population density (sq km) 16 4
Median age 20.2 40.9
Male/Female ratio 1.0:1 1.0:1

Who is the chief of Cross Lake Manitoba?

David A. Monias
Cross Lake First Nation

Off reserve 2520
Total population 8909
Chief David A. Monias

Is The Pas Manitoba a reserve?

Who was the first Chief of the Pukatawagan Reserve?

In 1910, the inspector of Indian Affairs recognized Pukatawagan as a separate reserve with Mathias Colomb as the first chief of the reserve. He remained as chief until his death in 1932.

Is there a nursing station in Pukatawagan?

Pukatawagan has a nursing station and a child and family services agency field office. Mathias Colomb First Nation Health Authority is affiliated with the Cree Nation Tribal Health Centre in The Pas which delivers culturally relevant health services to First Nations communities in the Swampy Cree Tribal Council Region.

Where are the Canadian Armed Forces in Pukatawagan?

Forty-one members of the Canadian Armed Forces are in Mathias Colomb Cree Nation, Pukatawagan, where active case numbers have grown to 281. (Canadian Armed Forces Operations/Facebook)

How many reserves does Pukatawagan have?

It had two reserves under its jurisdiction, part of Treaty 6. The main community is at Indian Reserve 198 ( Pukatawagan 198) in Pukatawagan, consisting of 1,536.6 ha (15.366 km 2; 5.933 sq mi) on the shore of Pukatawagan Lake, and lying about 210 km (130 mi) north of The Pas.