Mistawasis First Nation
The Mistawasis First Nation is a Cree First Nation band government in Leask, Saskatchewan, Canada. Their settlement is roughly sixty-eight kilometres west of Prince Albert. The Nation has one reserve with an area of approximately 125.44 square kilometres.
The First Nation is affiliated with the Saskatoon Tribal Council, along with six other First Nations.
The First Nation takes its name from the name of its first chief, Chief Mistawasis. Mistawasis, or "Big Child" in English, was the first person to sign Treaty 6 in 1876.
Notable people of the Mistawasis Nation include Marion Buller, a judge in British Columbia who heads the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women.
- Mistawasis First Nation official website
- Government of Canada's Department of Indian and Northern Affairs First Nation profile
- Atlas of Canada map
- Map of Mistawasis 103 at Statcan
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