NOTICE OF REFERENDUM THE TRIBAL GOVERNMENT APPOINTED THE TASK FORCE TO REVIEW AND OBTAIN FEEDBACK FROM THE TRIBAL CITIZENS AND WILL HOLD A REFERENDUM FOR THE FOLLOWING: CHIEF AND COUNCIL HONORARIA SCALES FUNERAL AND BURIAL COVERAGE BY-LAW ANIMAL CARE
READ REPORT HERE Indigenous people in Manitoba pump billions of dollars to the provincial economy each year, according to a new report that aims to give a clearer picture of the economic impact of First Nations, Métis and Inuit people. Total spendin
The Long Plain First Nation (LPFN) lands are known as Ga-Ke-Nush-Koo-De-Ag amongst the Ojibway Tribes of southern Manitoba. The word “Ga-Ke-Nush-Koo-De-Ag” means “long plain” in the Ojibway language and refers to the topography of the lands.