Monday, May 20, 2019


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Employment Opportunities


Indigenous Contribution to Economy in Billions

Boozhoo / Welcome

A signatory to Treaty 1, 1871 (Adhesion Treaty of June 20, 1876) Long Plain First Nation is an Ojibway and Dakota community in the central plains region of Manitoba.


The Long Plain population is over 4,500 and is comprised of 3 reserves of which 2 are urban. The urban reserves are situated along the city limits of Portage la Prairie and in the City of Winnipeg.

Chief & Council

Long Plain Tribal government has 5 portfolio holder who act as spokesperson for the service areas and may be given delegated authority by the Council to take Executive decisions within these areas.


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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.


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Economic Development

Arrowhead Development Corporation (ADC) was established to develop business concepts and incorporate businesses under a development corporation.


ADC manages band owned businesses on its three reserves


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Community Events

Charting a Path for Prosperity