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History

The Pine Creek First Nation is a Saulteaux First Nation in Manitoba, Canada. The First Nation’s homeland is the Pine Creek 66A reserve, located approximately 110 kilometres north of Dauphin along the southwestern shore of Lake Winnipegosis between the communities of Camperville and Duck Bay. The Rural Municipality of Mountain (South) borders it on the southwest.

The current chief of Pine Creek First Nation is Derek Nepinak. Pine Creek First Nation is part of Treaty 4. As of 2013, the First Nation’s registered population was 3,188, with 1,058 members living on reserves or crown land and 2,130 members living off reserve.

The primary language spoken on the reserve is Saulteaux (Western Ojibwa also known as Nakawēmowin (ᓇᐦᑲᐌᒧᐎᓐ)).

The community had a two-storey steeple church erected 1906-1910, but it was destroyed in a fire in 1930. A second church with a single steeple was reconstructed using the first building’s salvageable stone walls.

Pine Creek First Nation had a residential school on its Reserve, built 1894-1897. The large four-storey school building was destroyed in 1972.

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