Welcome to the Manitoba Region of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC). This site contains information on the activities of the Department in our province. Although INAC's mission and objectives are similar from region to region, the economic, social and cultural profile of our Aboriginal partners is diverse and worth learning about.
We invite you to visit First Nations in Manitoba. Manitoba has 63 First Nations, and each one is unique.
Find information on the communities, tribal councils and political organizations across the province. We also invite you to browse our Reference Materials for maps, publications and news.
Temporary Closure of the INAC Manitoba Regional Office at 365 Hargrave Street
While the INAC Manitoba Regional Office at 365 Hargrave is now open to staff, the office remains closed to the public. Clients are encouraged to call the numbers below for assistance. As more information becomes available on delivery of services, it will be provided.
- Status Cards and Registration: For application forms or to get more information about registering for Indian Status or applying for a Secure Certificate of Indian Status, or if you require a temporary proof of registration document, please call 1-800-567-9604 or visit the INAC Indian Status page.
- Estates: For applications or for more information on estates, please call 1-800-567-9604 or email InfoPubs@aadnc-aandc.gc.ca
- Treaty Payments: Treaty payments in First Nation communities are being delivered as normal in communities this summer. However, Urban Treaty Payments which are normally held at the Forks Historic site in Winnipeg in June are postponed. Further details will be made available when confirmed.
Our office is located at: (Temporarily closed)
365 Hargrave Street,
For general enquiries and publications:
INAC Public Enquiries Contact Centre
Phone (toll-free): 1-800-567-9604
TTY (toll-free): 1-866-553-0554
Public Service Commission of Canada
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