Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana






Brocket, Alberta


It's largest and rightfully an only community within Piikani Reserve. Very little information about this community can be found online. According to 2016's census, population of Piikani is 1,544. However, many do not live in Brocket. Brocket does have an appearance of a town. A nice looking community. It's capitol of Piikani Reserve which is one of chief Rocky Boy's Reserves. Besides a school and government buildings, this community has few other business establishments. Some of this community's residents probably work in nearby Pincher Creek which is 9 miles to it's southwest. Many others probably work at nearby Fort MacLeod which is 18 miles to it's northeast. Using google earth i counted around 125 housing units. There actually may be more housing units within this community of Brocket. Google maps does not define this community's limits. Below are several google earth road views of Brocket, Alberta.



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