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Peter Ballantyne First Nation


This Ojibway First Nation known as Peter Ballantyne First Nation, is located in northeast Saskatchewan and is within Misipawistik Reserve. Below are links to google earth photos of Amisk Lake and satellite images of their other towns. Population of Peter Ballantyne First Nation is 4,550 according to 2016's census. That does not include those living with whites. They have 876 dwellings, with 753 lived in. Average household size is 6.0 persons per household. Around 3,100 speak Corrupted Ojibway Language which is what Lewis and Clark called Cree Language. They know they came from Grand Rapids, Manitoba. Read an excerpt from Treaty 5 below very carefully. They are Saulteaux Ojibway People. They are closely related to Ojibway folks at Montreal Lake and Lac la Ronge. In fact, both Montreal Lake and Lac la Ronge, signed an adhesion to Treaty 6 on February 11, 1889. Later, Peter Ballantyne First Nation broke from Lac la Ronge. What they don't know is they are also from chief Yellow Quills Ojibway Subjects. Chief Kinistin, who was a sub-chief of chief Yellow Quill, led many Ojibway People from Touchwood Hills Reserve, to Barrier River which is a few kilometers or few miles north of Yellow Quill. He then led them further north to where Lac la Ronge First Nation is and also Peter Ballantyne. Chief Yellow Quill's Ojibway Subjects were signatories to Treaty 4 (it was really Treaty 6) which they signed on August 24, 1876 at Fort Pelly, Saskatchewan. Peter Ballantyne First Nation has several settlements in Saskatchewan.



Treaty 5


We, the Band of the Saulteaux Tribe of Indians residing at the mouth of the Saskatchewan River, on both sides thereof, having had communication of the foregoing treaty, hereby, and in consideration of the provisions of the said treaty being extended to us, transfer, surrender and relinquish to Her Majesty the Queen, Her heirs and successors, to and for the use of the Government of Canada, all our right, title and privileges whatsoever, which we have or enjoy in the territory described in the said treaty, and every part thereof, to have and to hold to the use of Her Majesty the Queen and Her heirs and successors for ever. And Her Majesty agrees, through the said Commissioners, to assign a reserve of sufficient area to allow one hundred and sixty acres to each family of five, or in that proportion for larger or smaller families-such reserve to be laid off and surveyed next year on the south side of the River Saskatchewan.



Amisk Lake From Road

Amisk Lake From Road

Amisk Lake From Road

Amisk Lake From Road

Amisk Lake From Road

Amisk Lake Road Closeup

Amisk Lake Road Closeup

Amisk Lake Road Closeup

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