Little Red River First Nation
Located some 35 to 70 miles due east of Fort Vermillion, Alberta, is the Anishinabe Little Red River First Fation. There are two Reserves which make up this Anishinabe First Nation. They cover an area of 24,472 total hectares or 60,471 total acres. Total population is 4,103, with most (3,257) living on-reserve, while the remainder (455) live off-reserve, and 391 live on crown land. Many can trace their origins back to Montana, where they originally lived but were driven out by the whites, after the 1868-1886 war. Ogimak Big Bear or Sitting Bull, led them up to Canada.