Kapawe'no First Nation

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The Kapawe'no First Nation is a band government in Alberta, Canada. It is headquartered at Grouard, Alberta,[1] which is near High Prairie.[2]

Indian Reserves

Six Indian reserves are governed by the band:[3]

  • Kapawe'no First Nation Indian Reserve No. 150B, 8 km northwest/north of Lesser Slave Lake, 29.60 ha.
  • Kapawe'no First Nation Indian Reserve No. 150C, north of Buffalo Bay and 17 miles northeast of High Prairie, Township Partial 76, Range 15 W5M, 21 ha.
  • Kapawe'no First Nation Indian Reserve No. 150D, 13 km northwest/north of Lesser Slave Lake, 390.10 ha.
  • Kapawe'no First Nation Indian Reserve No. 229, 27 km northeast of High Prairie at the northwest corner of Lesser Slave Lake, 129 ha.
  • Kapawe'no First Nation Indian Reserve No. 230, 25 km northeast of High Prairie at the northwest corner of Lesser Slave Lake, 846 ha.
  • Kapawe'no First Nation Indian Reserve No. 231, on north shore of Lesser Slave Lake, approximately 86 km north of Swan Hills, Alberta, 147 ha.

References

  1. ^ Indian and Northern Affairs Canada "First Nation Detail"
  2. ^ Kapawe'no First Nation homepage
  3. ^ Indian and Northern Affairs Canada "Reserves/Settlements/Villages" Detail
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