Swan Lake First Nation Ojibway people are proud and prosperous. We are rich in culture and beliefs and have strong ties to our land.
“Swan Lake First Nation are strong, healthy, unified, independent and prosperous”
“As a Treaty One First Nation, all citizens will be treated fairly in a cultural and traditional way to become strong, healthy, thriving and independent”
Signatory to Treaty 1, Chief Yellowquill followers settled along Swan Lake in the Pembina Valley, better known as “Gaubiskiigamaug,” curve in the lake.
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