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  • 12 Jun 2024

    MEDIA RELEASE

    Local Volunteers Needed: Join the Search for Missing Dominic Custer... View Details

  • 04 Jun 2024

    Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation Celebrates Treaty Days

    The leadership of Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation is grateful to everyone who attended and participated, making Treaty Days a memorable and meaningful celebration. The final celebration will take place on July 3 at Prince Albert Exhibition Hall. Stay tuned for more events and join us as we continue to honour our history and communities.... View Details

  • 23 May 2024

    COMMUNITY NOTICE

    We wish to inform all members and residents of the recent Band Council Resolutions (BCRs) that we passed concerning the presence and conduct of certain individuals within our communities. ... View Details

  • Update - PETER BALLANTYNE CREE NATION COLLABORATION AGREEMENT PBCN/FORAN

    THE PURPOSE OF THE INTAKE FORMS IS TO DEVELOP A COMPREHENSIVE SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS DATABASE FOR PBCN COMMUNITY MEMBERS AND TO CREATE A COMPREHENSIVE BUSINESS ROSTER FOR OUR COMMUNITIES.... View Details

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A Little Bit of History

The Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation consists of 8 communities, including Amisk Lake. Deschaumbault Lake, Kinoosao, Pelican Narrows, Prince Albert, Sandy Bay, Southend, and Sturgeon Landing.

The Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation (PBCN) has occupied lands in Northeast Saskatchewan since time immemorial. The Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation are called Assin'skowitiniwak which means "people of the rocky area". The Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation consists of 8 communities, including Denare Beach, Deschaumbault Lake, Kinoosao, Pelican Narrows, Prince Albert, Sandy Bay, Southend, and Sturgeon Landing and is spread over 51,000 square kilometers.

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Traditional Territory

They are traditionally occupied by the Cree Nation encompasses about 20,000 square miles, from the Saskatchewan/ Manitoba border west to the west end of Trade Lake, north to Reindeer Lake, and south to Sturgeon Landing. This was the traditional hunting/gathering area of the Cree Nation.

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