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
Prince Albert

Cree name
The name in Cree is Kiskaciwan which
is also a Cree Word, meaning a fast
flowing river or current
(similar to Saskatchewan).

Location
The Prince Albert community has three urban reserves
with two located in the city of PA (now the PetroCan gas bar)
and the other in the outskirts of PA located past the Sask Penitentiary an
estimated 10 min drive West. (Paved Road, at Lily Plain turn off is 3km N. on gravel)

Local Services & Retailers
Walking Smoke Confectionary- Cigarettes, food

Local Band Services
Administration/Band Office

Local Economy
Recreational and Cultural opportunities

Lodges
See www.citypa.ca

Events     

    • PA Winter Festival
    • Urban Treaty Days
    • Voices of the North Aboriginal Talent Shows
    • PBCN Role Model Awards
    • See also: www.citypa.ca
    • See also: www.pagc.sk.ca

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Amisk Lake
Deschambault Lake
Kinoosao
Pelican Narrows
Prince Albert
Sandy Bay
Southend
Sturgeon Landing
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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