Peter  Ballantyne Cree Nation: The Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation people have occupied lands in Northeast Saskatchewan since time immemorial. The roots in the area run long and deep.

Community Profile
Pelican Narrows

Cree name
The name in Cree is Opawikoscikcan
meaning "the Narrows of Fear".

Location
Located in the North Eastern part of the province 388 kms northeast of Prince Albert. Roads are paved and gravel, and rough gravel from main pavement 45 min. drive north.

Local Services & Retailers

    • Charles' Confectionary - Gas/Diesel station, food
    • Mama's Restaurant - Cafe restaurant
    • Northwest Company http://www.northwest.ca/

Local Band Services

  • Administration/Band Office
  • I.C.F.S.
  • health services
  • Group home
  • Youth Center Housing
  • Social Devlopment/Welfare
  • Elders/home care
  • Out reach

Local Economy

  • Hunting & Trapping
  • Commercial fishing
  • Guiding
  • Mining
  • Forestry
  • Restaurants
  • Recreational & Cultural opportunities

Lodges
Jan Lake Lodge
401 Bate Crescent, Saskatoon, SK S7H3A6
(306)955-5600
(306)955-2227 Fax

Jan Lake Lodge
Jan Lake, Pelican Narrows, SK SOP OEO
(306)632-4416
(306)632-4646 Fax

Events



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