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Okanese First Nation


Located a few miles north and east of Balcarres, Saskatchewan is Okanese First Nation. You must remember that this Ojibway Reserve includes Little Black Bear, Starblanket and Peepeekisis. All four are a same Reserve or File Hills Reserve. Click here to investigate O Ga-niiz Reserve (aka File Hills Reserve). According to 2016's census, Okanese First Nation on-Reserve population is 175. They have 69 dwellings with 56 lived in. Average household size is 3.2 persons per household. Ojibway Language or Cree Language which Lewis and Clark called corrupted Ojibway, is no longer spoken there.



Satellite Image of Okanese Village

File Hills Reserve Road View

File Hills Reserve Road View

File Hills Reserve Road View

File Hills Reserve Road View

File Hills Reserve Road View

File Hills Reserve Road View

File Hills Reserve Road View

File Hills Reserve Road View

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