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Sioux Valley Dakota Nation, formerly called the Oak River Reserve, is a band of Dakota people of the Sioux that reside west of Brandon, Manitoba. It is located on the banks of the Assiniboine River in Southwestern Manitoba. The Sioux Valley Dakota Nation Reserve is the band's main reserve and is located by the southeast corner of the Rural Municipality of Wallace - Woodworth. 

The other reserve is the Fishing Station 62A Reserve, shared with Birdtail Sioux First Nation and Canupawakpa Dakota First Nation.  Sioux Valley Dakota Nation is the largest Dakota Nation in Canada. As of June 2021, the Nation has a total of 2,677 registered members, including 1,351 residing on their own reserve. 


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Sioux Valley Dakota Nation is a band of Dakota people of the Sioux that reside west of Brandon, Manitoba. The Sioux Valley Dakota Nation Reserve is the band's main reserve and is located by the southeast corner of the Rural Municipality of Wallace - Woodworth.

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Province : Manitoba
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