English River First Nation
The English River Dene Nation is a First Nations band government whose reserves and communities are located in the northwest section of the province of Saskatchewan in Canada. Its territories are in the boreal forest of the Canadian Shield. This First Nation is a member of the Meadow Lake Tribal Council (MLTC).
As of May 2012 the total membership of English River Dene First Nation was 1,451 with 774 members living on-reserve and 677 members living off-reserve.
Three sites are located on Cree Lake. One site Cree Lake 192 G on the south west side of the lake is 1607.40 hectares another on Cable Bay 192 M is 538.30 hectares and another on Barkwell Bay 192 I at the northern end of Cree Lake is 2344 hectares.  One of the two sites at the south end may include the old Cree Lake settlement.
- Wapachewunak 192 D is 1967 hectares.  It adjoins the northern hamlet of Patuanak with 482 residents (Canada Census 2011).
- La Plonge 192 is 9487.20 hectares. La Plonge 192 is across the river from the village of Beauval and had 115 residents in 2011.
- Dipper Rapids 192 C home of the Dipper Lake settlement where the Churchill River enters Dipper Lake is 831.30 hectares.
- Elak Dase 192 A is 1390.90 hectares home of the Knee Lake settlement  at the mouth of the Haultain River.
- English River 192 H located on an island in Porter Lake is 42.90 hectares.
- Beauval Forks 192 O is 1.40 hectares.
- Flatstone Lake 192 L is 230.50 hectares.
- Haultain Lake 192 K is 201.20 hectares.
- Grasswoods 192 J is 54.4 hectares.
- Ile a la Crosse Lake 192 E (5 miles east of Ile a la Crosse at the mouth of the Beaver River  on the shore of Lac Île-à-la-Crosse) is 6 hectares.
- Knee Lake 192 B (north west shore of Knee Lake) is 487.20 hectares.
- Primeau Lake 192 F home of the Primeau Lake settlement  is 1690 hectares.
- "Meadow Lake Tribal Council (web site)". Retrieved 2013-03-14.
- "AANDC (Registered Population)". Retrieved 2012-10-14.
- "AANDC Reserves/Settlements/Villages". Retrieved 2013-03-03.
- "Canada Census 2011 (Wapachewunak 192D (Indian reserve))". Retrieved 2012-10-14.
- "Canada Census 2011". Retrieved 2012-10-19.
- Marchildon, Greg; Robinson (Sid) (2002). Canoeing the Churchill A Practical Guide to the Historic Voyageur Highway. Regina: University of Regina. p. 157. ISBN 0-88977-148-0.
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