Tootinaowaziibeeng Treaty Reserve

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Location
51°13'41"N
100°57'10"W
Country
 Canada
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The Tootinaowaziibeeng Treaty Reserve is a First Nation located 35 km east of Roblin, Manitoba, 74 km west of Dauphin, Manitoba, and approximately 5 km north of PTH #5. Tootinaowaziibeeng is a Treaty 4 First Nation. Its main reserve is Valley River 63A, which is bordered by the Rural Municipalities of Grandview and Hillsburg, as well as by the Duck Mountain Provincial Forest on its north side. The Valley River runs through the First Nation starting in the northwestern corner and exiting at the southeast. The total population of the First Nation is approximately 1600, of which about half are at the Valley River reserve and the remainder at various locations off-reserve.

Valley River 63A

Valley River 63A is the main reserve of Tootinaowaziibeeng Treaty Reserve. It is located 320 km (200 mi) northwest from Winnipeg, and has an area of 46.681 km2 (11,535 acres).It is bordered by the Rural Municipalities of Grandview and Hillsburg, as well as by the Duck Mountain Provincial Forest on its north side. The Valley River runs through the community, starting in the northwestern corner and exiting at the southeast.
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