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Sayisi Dene First Nation

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The Sayisi Dene First Nation is a band of Chipewyan Aboriginal people living in northern Manitoba. In 1956, the Sayisi Dene residing at Little Duck Lake in northern Manitoba were relocated to Churchill. The Sayisi Dene speak the Dene Suline language of the Athabaskan linguistic group. The people reside at Tadoule Lake settlement, located by the underdeveloped, wild, and rugged Seal River, about 80 km south of the treeline, and centered within the winter range of the Qaminuriak Caribou Herd. As of June 2021, the Nation has a total of 871 registered members, including 313 residing on their own reserve.


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The Sayisi Dene First Nation is a band of Chipewyan Aboriginal people living in northern Manitoba. The Sayisi Dene speak the Dene Suline language of the Athabaskan linguistic group.

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