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Buffalo Point First Nation is an Ojibwa or Saulteaux band located in the southeastern corner of Manitoba, along the shores of Lake of the Woods. It is bordered largely by the unorganized portion of Division No. 1, Manitoba. It also has smaller borders with the Rural Municipality of Piney and the northeast corner of Roseau County, Minnesota. The main settlement is Buffalo Point. The total registered population in May 2021 was 133, of which 53 reside on their own reserve. The First Nation is a member of the Southeast Resource Development Council and a signatory to Treaty 3. It has six reserves.


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Buffalo Point First Nation is an Ojibwa or Saulteaux band located in the southeastern corner of Manitoba, along the shores of Lake of the Woods. The main settlement is Buffalo Point and the total registered population in May 2021 was 133.

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