Northlands First Nation
The village of Lac Brochet is the administrative centre of the Northlands First Nation. Seven-hundred-twenty residents of Lac Brochet chose Dene as their mother tongue in 2011. English was spoken by most of the population.
The territories of the First Nation include five parcels of land:
- Lac Brochet 197A with 464.30 hectares (1,147.3 acres) contains the village of Lac Brochet
- Sheth Chok with 1,213.60 hectares (2,998.9 acres),
- Thuycholeeni with 47.50 hectares (117.4 acres)
- Thuycholeeni Aze with 201 hectares (500 acres)
- Tthekale Nu with 211 hectares (520 acres).
As of February 2013 the total membership of Northland First Nation was 1,024 with 868 members living on-reserve and 156 members living off-reserve.
The First Nation is governed by a Chief and six councillors  and is affiliated with the Keewatin Tribal Council.The Keewatin Tribal Council with its head office in Thompson represents eleven First Nations in Northern Manitoba.
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