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Peter Ballantyne Cree First Nation

This band signed Treaty 6 on February 11, 1889, under the Lac La Ronge Indian Band. It has a number of reserve sites, the most populated of which is Pelican Narrows (184B). The total land base consists of 27,920.4 ha, all of which is located within 100 km of Flin Flon, Manitoba—except for Southend/ Reindeer Lake, 200 km northwest of Flin Flon, and property in the city of Prince Albert. The economic base consists of fishing, forestry, trapping, and commercial developments, and the infrastructure includes a band office, warehouse, schools, fire hall, senior citizens home, arena, gymnasium, greenhouse, administration building, health clinic, health staff residences, and other maintenance buildings. Of the 7,535 band members, 3,647 live on reserve.

Christian Thompson

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