It is the largest and only town on the Qu'Appelle Lakes Reserve of Saskatchewan, which include the Muscowpetung, Pasqua, Piapot, and Standing Buffalo First Nations. Pasqua has about 40 housing units and a population of probably around 150 to 200. It is located some two miles south of one of Qu'Appelle Lakes. The small town has few if any business establishments. Below are several links to pictures of Pasqua, Qu'Appelle Lakes Reserve. They are from the area where Echo Lake Provincial Park is, which is actually a part of Pasqua. The location is mountainous and very beautiful during the spring, summer, and autumn. You'll notice the street sign where Entering Standing Buffalo Indian Reserve is. That is on the south side of the Qu'Appelle River. Standing Buffalo is located on the north side of the same said river. You'll notice the view of the lake from the bridge over the Qu'Appelle River.