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 has a registered population of 2171 people as of November 2005 [permanent dead link]. Approximately 1036 members of the First Nation live on-reserve, and approximately 1135 live off-reserve.
The First Nation is affiliated with the Saskatoon Tribal Council, along with six other First Nations.
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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