Buffalo Point Indian Tribe of Manitoba

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Buffalo Point, MB

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Buffalo Point, MB

Buffalo Point First Nation is an Ojibwa or Saulteaux band government located in 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, as well as the northeast corner of Roseau County, Minnesota. The main settlement of Buffalo Point is located at 49°00′40″N 95°14′20″W.

Total registered population in September, 2007, was 110, of which the on-reserve Status population was 41. The first Nation is a member of the Southeast Resource Development Council. Though a signatory to Treaty 3, the First Nation is not a member of the Grand Council of Treaty 3.


The First Nation have reserved for themselves six reserves:

2332.2 ha (5763.0 acres) Buffalo Point Indian Reserve 36, which serves as their main Reserve and contains the community of Buffalo Point, Manitoba. This community is called Neyaashiing in the Ojibwe language.
1161.6 ha (2870.4 acres) Reed River Indian Reserve 36A
37.4 ha (92.4 acres) Buffalo Point First Nation Indian Reserve 1
347.9 ha (859.7 acres) Buffalo Point First Nation Indian Reserve 2
91.6 ha (226.3 acres) Buffalo Point First Nation Indian Reserve 3
379 ha (936.5 acres) Agency Indian Reserve 30 on the Aulneau Peninsula in the Lake of the Woods in Ontario, which is shared with 12 other First Nations.
The band operates under the leadership of Chief John Thunder.


Buffalo Point First Nation is governed by a custom electoral system of government. The current leadership is Chief John Thunder and two Councillors: the former Chief Jim Thunder and Robert Kakaygeesick.

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