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Yellow Quill First Nation


It is located within Touchwood Hills Reserve. Originally chief Yellow Quill's Ojibway Subjects were within Qu'Appelle Reserve. They probably participated in 1885's Northwest Rebellion. Thus, why they are located where they are now. We will likely include Yellow Quill within Lake Manitoba Reserve! Yellow Quill Ojibway's are obviously same Ojibway's as Keeseekoose, Pine Creek and The Key Ojibway's. According to 2016's census, Yellow Quill First Nation has an on-Reserve population of 486. They have 136 dwellings with 124 lived in. Average household size is 4.0 persons per household. Around 160 speak Ojibway Language at Yellow Quill First Nation. Many Ojibways from chief Yellow Quill's Ojibway Band, are not native to Saskatchewan. They supposedly came up from Manitoba yet Montana is another location they originated at.


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