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Chapleau Cree First Nation

Chief's Name : Chief Keith Corston
Community /Organizational Name : Chapleau Cree First Nation
Description : Chapleau Cree First Nation, also known as the Fox Lake Reserve, is situated 5 kilometers southwest of the town of Chapleau, Ontario, at the bottom of the Artic Watershed where water flows north to the James Bay. The original settlement of the Chapleau Cree was on the Nebskwashi River, east of the town of Chapleau, and in 1989, Chapleau Cree negotiated land to establish a permanent community. In September 2016, Chapleau Cree further reached an agreement for compensation with Canada and nearly 4,000 square hectares of provincial Crown land from Ontario
Tribal Council Affiliation : Mushkegowuk Council
Cultural Affiliation : Cree
Civic Address : PO Box 400
Province : Ontario
Region : Central Canada
Phone Number : 705-864-0784
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