Ochekwi-Sipi | Treaty 5 | 1875

Business & Tourism

Make Fisher River Cree Nation your next destination!
Fisher River offers guest many activities that can be found in both Rural or Urban Areas.

Your gateway to a vast expanse of undeveloped, spectacularly pristine boreal wilderness and amazing hunting experiences!

  • Black Bear Hunting Packages are priced at $3,000 for a six day hunt

  • White-tailed Deer Hunting Packages are priced at $3,000 for a six day hunt

  • Waterfowl Hunts starting at $350 for one day hunts

Visit Fisher River Outfitters for more information

Bay River Inn & Suites is a 12 room Motel with a Meeting/Conference room and VLT Lounge on Fisher River Cree Nation

  • We have a total of 12 rooms, which are 6 Standard, 4 Suites and 2 Handicap friendly rooms.​

  • All Standard Rooms come with mini fridge, WIFI Access, and more.​

  • Suites are equipped with a full furnished kitchen with all the amenities, WIFI Access, living area and more.

Visit Bay River Inn & Suites for more information

Fisher River Building Supplies is your local one stop shop for Building Materials, Hand/Power Tools, Home Reno Material, Paint, and everything in between!

Services & Products of Interest

  • Home & Cottage Plans​

  • Hand & Power Tools

  • Lawns &Gardening Supplies

  • Electrical Supplies

  • Plumbing Supplies

Visit Fisher River Building Supplies for more information

Bay River Developments subdivision is situated 5 minutes north of Fisher River Cree Nation and is located on the west side of Lake Winnipeg adjacent to Fisher Bay. The subdivision is approximately 200 kilometers north of Winnipeg and is connected to the paved provincial highway system through PR#224.

The subdivision is comprised of 64 cottage lots on privately owned land by Bay River Developments.

Visit Bay River Developments for more information

For three days in August, Fisher River holds its annual competition Pow Wow and hosts dancers from across North America in a large arbour beautifully constructed from logs.

The pow wow was renamed in 2006 to honour Ada Wilson, a well respected community member. Each year the pow wow is organized by a dedicated volunteer committee.

Fisher River Annual Treaty Days is a week long event which features family friendly events such as, children/adult races, various entertainment, food stands, Square Dance competition, and more.

Annual Treaty Days celebrates when the Crown and Fisher River signed their respective Treaty.

Fisher River Grocery is unincorporated and was established to provide a retail outlet for gasoline, groceries and confectionary items to the members of the Fisher River Cree Nation. It also houses the local Post Office as well as an ATM terminal.

Fisher River Grocery provides:

  • Assorted Groceries such as Dry & Perishable Goods, Full line of Frozen items, Cleaning Supplies, Assorted Pet Foods, Health & Beauty Supplies, and Paper products.

  • Various Confection Items

  • Gasoline/Oil

  • Tobacco Products

  • Water Refill Station

  • Meat and Deli Counter,

  • A supply of Fresh Fruit & Vegetables Lottery Ticket Center

  • Weekly & Monthly Flyer Deals (Fine Foods)

The Fisher River Economic Development opened a coin-operated car wash and laundromat that will service Fisher River and surrounding communities.

The car wash consists of two interior wash bays and one exterior wash pad for larger vehicles and buses. Each wash station is equipped with a high pressure wand, foam brush and vacuum. All the equipment is coin operated.

The laundromat consists of 10 coin operated washers and dryers and offers on-site washing/folding services at a cost.

First Nation Builders and Supplier is an aboriginally owned and operated company located in Fisher River Manitoba.  First Nation Builders was created to fill the need for quality, affordable houses for First Nations. Dedicated to increasing the housing standards in First Nation communities, houses are built with materials and quality workmanship for First Nations by First Nations.  First Nation Builders employs and provides onsite training to local aboriginal community members.

All our RTM Homes meet or exceed code and are installed by ticketed trades

Visit First Nation Builders for more information

 

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