There will be a Community Gathering & Consultation Meeting held next Tuesday, (April 16th, 2019) 6:00 PM at the Spirit Lodge on Long Plain First Nation regarding the current status of the Manitoba Minnesota Transmission project. Dinner will be pr
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.