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Yellow Quill First Nation (formerly Nut Lake Band of Saulteaux) is a Saulteaux First Nation band in Saskatchewan, Canada. The First Nation was originally part of the Yellow-quill Saulteaux Band. The Yellow Quill First Nation is a signatory of Treaty No. 4, which was signed by Chief Yellow-quill on August 24, 1876.

The band’s reserve is twenty kilometres northwest of Kelvington. The First Nation has reserved for itself four reserves: Yellowquill Indian Reserve 90 (the main reserve), Yellow Quill Indian Reserve 90-8, Yellow Quill Indian Reserve 90-18, and Treaty Four Reserve Grounds 77, which is shared with 32 other First Nations. 

The total registered population in October 2007, was 2522, of which the on-reserve population was 800+ members, and the off-reserve population was 1600+ members.


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Yellow Quill First Nation (formerly Nut Lake Band of Saulteaux) is a Saulteaux First Nation band in Saskatchewan, Canada. It was originally part of the Yellow-quill Saulteaux Band. The band’s reserve is twenty kilometres northwest of Kelvington.

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Province : Saskatchewan
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