South Indian Lake

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South Indian Lake is a First Nations Indian settlement and northern community in Manitoba. The community recently received treaty status as the O-Pipon-Na-Piwin Cree Nation and became a reserve. In the near future, they will establish a regional centre with the University College of the North. In the 1970s it flooded due to the Nelson river project forcing many native Americans to leave, many other situations such as this have happened all over Canada.

The lake itself is on the Churchill River and is part of the Churchill River Diversion.

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Coordinates: 56°46′49″N 98°55′49″W / 56.78028°N 98.93028°W / 56.78028; -98.93028