Ochekwi-Sipi | Treaty 5 | 1875

  • Aski Itasowaywin – Land Code

    Fisher River Cree Nation lands and resources have been managed by the Federal Government under the Indian Act since the community signed our Treaty in 1875. The community has since had very little to no decision-making powers over lands and resources.

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    Fisher River Cree Nation

    Ochekwi-Sipi | Treaty 5 | 1875


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Welcome from the Chief

Thank you for your support and guidance over the years.
Together we will continue to build a strong, prosperous and sustainable future.

Best regards,
Chief David Crate On behalf of Council

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2 Part Time Youth Support Worker Positions – Employment Opportunity

2 Part-time – Youth Support Worker Position Under the direction of the Employment and Training Manager, the candidate must possess...

January 19, 2018

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Custodian (Administration Building) – Employment Opportunity

FISHER RIVER CREE NATION IS CURRENTLY SEEKING A CUSTODIAN for BAND OFFICE (Part Time – 40 hrs Biweekly) “Open to Fisher River Cree...

January 18, 2018

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EXTENDED: Logo Contest for “Fisher River High School”

LOGO SEARCH We are searching for a logo for the new school! We are asking community members to submit their idea for a logo for the new...

January 10, 2018

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Community News

Canada plans to Improve High-Speed Internet Access in 112 remote Manitoba Communities

The feds will chip in up to $43.7 million of the combined $83.9 million project from their Connect to Innovate program, while the...

January 9, 2018

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Driver (Fisher River Head Start Program) – Employment Opportunity

Fisher River Head Start Program Requires a DRIVER (5 Month Term Position – January 29 – June 29, 2018) Applicants must possess...

January 8, 2018

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