Pine Creek First Nation Box 70 Camperville, MB R0L 0J0

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The Pine Creek First Nation is a Ojibway First Nation in Manitoba, Canada. The First Nation’s homeland is 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 Karen Batson, elected in January 2017. Tribal Council affiliated with this First Nation is West Region Tribal Council. Pine Creek First Nation is part of Treaty 4. This treaty was signed in 1874 and is also known as the “Qu’Appelle Treaty.” Pine Creek 66A Reserve is 8,111.7 hectare (20,044.4 acre). Along with 32 other First Nations, Pine Creek First Nation also hold interest on the 37.1 hectare (91.7 acre) Treaty Four Reserve Grounds (Indian Reserve No. 77), located adjacent to Fort Qu’Appelle. As of 2017 the First Nations registered population was 3,545 with 1,200 members living on reserve or crown land. The primary language spoken on the reserve is Ojibway.