Manitoba First Nation Tribal Councils

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Map of Manitoba First Nation Tribal Councils
Text description of the Map of Manitoba First Nation Tribal Councils

This map of Manitoba shows the approximate locations of the 63 First Nations throughout the province and their tribal council affiliation, which are as follows:

Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council

  • Birdtail Sioux
  • Canupawakpa
  • Dakota Plains
  • Long Plain
  • Roseau River
  • Sandy Bay
  • Sioux Valley
  • Swan Lake
  • Waywayseecappo

Interlake Reserves Tribal Council

  • Dauphin River
  • Kinonjeostegon
  • Lake Manitoba
  • Lake St. Martin
  • Little Saskatchewan
  • Peguis
  • Pinaymootang

Island Lake Tribal Council

  • Garden Hill
  • Red Sucker
  • St. Theresa Point
  • Wasagamack

Keewatin Tribal Council

  • Barren Lands
  • Bunibonibee
  • Fox Lake
  • God's Lake
  • Manto Sipi
  • Northlands Dene
  • Sayisi Dene
  • Shamattawa
  • Tataskwayek
  • War Lake
  • York Factory

Southeast Resource Development Council

  • Berens River
  • Bloodvein
  • Brokenhead
  • Buffalo Point
  • Hollow Water
  • Little Black River
  • Little Grand Rapids
  • Pauingassi
  • Poplar River

Swampy Cree Tribal Council

  • Chemawawin
  • Grand Rapids
  • Marcel Colomb
  • Mathias Colomb
  • Mosakahiken
  • Opaskwayak
  • Sapotaweyak
  • Wuskwi Sipihk

West Region Tribal Council

  • Ebb and Flow
  • Gamblers
  • Keeseekoowenin
  • O-Chi-Chak-Ko-Sipi
  • Pine Creek
  • Rolling River
  • Skownan

No tribal council affiliation

  • Cross Lake
  • Dakota Tipi
  • Fisher River
  • Fort Alexander (Sagkeeng)
  • Nisichawayasihk
  • Norway House
  • O-Pipon-Na-Piwin
  • Tootinaowaziibeeng

 

  • Barren Lands First Nation is situated on the northern shore of Reindeer Lake. The community is 928 kilometres north of Winnipeg and 19 kilometres east of the Saskatchewan border.
  • Berens River First Nation is located approximately 270 kilometres north of Winnipeg on the east shore of Lake Winnipeg at the mouth of the Berens River.
  • Birdtail Sioux First Nation is located 330 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg, and 96 kilometres northwest of Brandon.
  • Bloodvein Indian First Nation is located 193 kilometres north of Winnipeg on the east shore of Lake Winnipeg, directly north of Bloodvein River.
  • The Brokenhead Ojibway First Nation is located 64 kilometres north of Winnipeg.
  • Buffalo Point First Nation is located approximately 180 kilometres southeast of Winnipeg, on the shores of Lake of the Woods, in the southeastern corner of Manitoba and right on the Canada/United States international boundary.
  • Bunibonibee Cree Nation is approximately 950 kilometres northeast of Winnipeg, and 160 kilometres southeast of Thompson, along the eastern shoreline of Oxford Lake at the mouth of the Hayes River.
  • Canupawakpa Dakota First Nation is located 275 kilometres west of Winnipeg, along Pipestone Creek.
  • The Chemawawin Cree Nation is located on the shore of Cedar Lake, approximately 400 kilometres north of Winnipeg.
  • The Cross Lake First Nation is located 130 kilometres south of Thompson, and 520 kilometres north of Winnipeg along the shore of the Nelson River, where it enters Cross Lake.
  • Dakota Plains First Nation is located 30 kilometres southwest of Portage la Prairie and 104 kilometres southwest of Winnipeg.
  • Dakota Tipi is located 80 kilometres west of Winnipeg.
  • Dauphin River First Nation is located 240 kilometres north of Winnipeg.
  • The Ebb and Flow First Nation is located 83 kilometres east of Dauphin, on the west shore of Ebb and Flow Lake, and approximately 262 kilometres north of Winnipeg.
  • Fisher River Cree Nation is located 219 kilometres north of Winnipeg, at the south end of Fisher Bay.
  • Fort Alexander First Nation (Sagkeeng) is situated 122 kilometres northeast of Winnipeg.
  • Fox Lake Cree Nation is located approximately 192 kilometres northeast of Thompson, and approximately 1,053 kilometres north of Winnipeg.
  • Gamblers First Nation is situated 174 kilometres southwest of Dauphin, and 387 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg.
  • Garden Hill First Nation is located on the north shore of Island Lake, approximately 610 kilometres northeast of Winnipeg and 300 kilometres southeast of Thompson.
  • God's Lake First Nation is located 1,037 kilometres northeast of Winnipeg at the point of the narrows in God's Lake, and 258 kilometres southeast of Thompson.
  • Grand Rapids First Nation is located 426 kilometres north of Winnipeg at the mouth of the Saskatchewan River on Lake Winnipeg.
  • Hollow Water First Nation is located 75 kilometres north of Pine Falls, approximately 190 kilometres north of Winnipeg.
  • Keeseekoowenin First Nation is located 278 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg.
  • Kinonjeoshtegon First Nation is located on the west shore of Lake Winnipeg, 235 kilometres north of Winnipeg.
  • Lake Manitoba First Nation is located along the northeast shore of the lower basin of Lake Manitoba, approximately 170 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg.
  • Lake St. Martin First Nation is located 255 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg.
  • Little Black River First Nation is located along the east shore of Lake Winnipeg, 150 kilometres north of Winnipeg.
  • Little Grand Rapids is located 257 kilometres northeast of Winnipeg.
  • Little Saskatchewan First Nation is situated 255 kilometres north of Winnipeg on the western shore of Lake St. Martin.
  • Long Plain First Nation is located 14 kilometres southwest of Portage la Prairie along the Assiniboine River and 98 kilometres west of Winnipeg.
  • Manto Sipi Cree Nation is situated along the north shore of God's Lake at the outlet to God's River, approximately 850 kilometres northeast of Winnipeg and 255 kilometres southeast of Thompson.
  • Marcel Colomb First Nation is situated approximately 30 kilometres southeast of the town of Lynn Lake.
  • Mathias Colomb Cree Nation is located 819 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg, 210 kilometres north of The Pas and 217 kilometres west of Thompson.
  • Mosakahiken Cree Nation is located on the northern limits of the Saskatchewan River on the western shoreline of South Moose Lake, 470 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg and 58 kilometres southeast of The Pas.
  • Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation is approximately 72 kilometres west of Thompson, 250 kilometres northeast of The Pas and 813 kilometres north of Winnipeg.
  • Northlands Dene First Nation is located on the north shore of Lac Brochet, approximately 200 kilometres north of Lynn Lake.
  • O-Pipon-Na-Piwin Cree Nation (South Indian Lake) is located approximately 770 kilometres north of Winnipeg, and 130 kilometres northwest of Thompson.
  • The Norway House Cree Nation is 450 kilometres north of Winnipeg at the intersection of the Nelson River and Playgreen Lake.
  • O-Chi-Chak-Ko-Sipi First Nation is located on Lake Manitoba, 364 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg.
  • Opaskwayak Cree Nation is located 375 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg.
  • Pauingassi First Nation is located 280 kilometres northeast of Winnipeg and 24 kilometres north of Little Grand Rapids.
  • Peguis First Nation is located 170 kilometres north of Winnipeg.
  • Pinaymootang First Nation is situated on Lake St. Martin, 240 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg.
  • Pine Creek First Nation is situated approximately 437 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg.
  • Poplar River First Nation is located on the east side of Lake Winnipeg at the mouth of the Poplar River, approximately 340 kilometres north of Winnipeg.
  • Red Sucker Lake First Nation is located on the northeast shore of Red Sucker Lake close to the Ontario border, approximately 709 kilometres northeast of Winnipeg.
  • Rolling River First Nation is located 65 kilometres north of Brandon, and is approximately 245 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg.
  • Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation is located 92 kilometres south of Winnipeg, and is about 20 kilometres north of the Canada/United States border.
  • Sandy Bay First Nation is situated on the west shore of Lake Manitoba about 165 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg.
  • Sapotaweyak Cree Nation is located on Dawson Bay in the north section of Lake Winnipegosis, approximately 450 kilometres north of Brandon.
  • Sayisi Dene First Nation is located approximately 1,080 kilometres north of Winnipeg, and 320 kilometres north of Thompson.
  • Shamattawa First Nation is located is approximately 1,277 kilometres north of Winnipeg and 365 kilometres east of Thompson.
  • Sioux Valley Dakota Nation is located 45 kilometres west of Brandon, and approximately 261 kilometres west of Winnipeg.
  • Skownan First Nation is located on the southwest shore of Waterhen Lake, approximately 280 kilometres north of Winnipeg.
  • St. Theresa Point First Nation is 290 kilometres southeast of Thompson, and approximately 467 kilometres northeast of Winnipeg.
  • Swan Lake First Nation is located approximately 135 kilometres southeast of Brandon and 175 kilometres southwest of Winnipeg.
  • Tataskweyak Cree Nation is located 772 kilometres north of Winnipeg and 120 kilometres northeast of Thompson.
  • Tootinaowaziibeeng Treaty Reserve is located 398 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg, 74 kilometres west of Dauphin, and 25 kilometres west of Grandview.
  • War Lake First Nation is located 144 kilometres northeast of Thompson, 60 kilometres west of Gillam and 688 kilometres north of Winnipeg.
  • Wasagamack First Nation is located on the western shore of Island Lake, about 12 kilometres to the north of St. Theresa Point, 281 kilometres southeast of Thompson, and 607 kilometres northeast of Winnipeg.
  • Waywayseecappo First Nation is located approximately 351 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg.
  • Wuskwi Sipihk First Nation is located along the northeast shore of Swan Lake just west of Lake Winnipegosis, approximately 560 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg.
  • York Factory First Nation is located on Split Lake, approximately 106 kilometres northeast of Thompson.
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