Indian Reserves

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Skidegate Band Council - Indian Reserves
... Indian Reserves under the administration of the Skidegate Band Council are Black Slate 11, on Slatechuck Creek, about 2 miles (3 km) west of its mouth on Kagan Bay, Skidegate Inlet 17.7 ...
Stikine Region
... from the Taku Tlingit of Atlin and Teslin, British Columbia, and some reserves of the Kaska Dena Council (reserves and band governments are outside the ... None of them are municipalities - they are a mixture of Indian Reserves (names end in numbers) and "Indian Settlements" (aboriginal communities that are not ... NB Indian Reserves (IRs) are only locationally within the Stikine Region, and are outside its administrative jurisdiction ...
Stikine Regional District, British Columbia
... Atlin and Teslin, British Columbia, and some reserves of the Kaska Dena Council (reserves and band governments are outside the jurisdiction of the ... None of them are municipalities - they are a mixture of Indian Reserves (names end in numbers) and "Indian Settlements" (aboriginal communities that are not formally identified as Indian Reserves ... NB Indian Reserves (IRs) are only locationally within the Stikine Region, and are outside its administrative jurisdiction ...
List Of Communities In Manitoba By Population
... cities, towns, villages, designated places and local urban districts, and Indian reserves ... many of these communities have other bordering communities such as Indian Reserves and Local Urban Districts by the same name, that may be considered part of some of the communities ... This same concept goes for most Indian Reserves with multiple parts or divisions of the same community, and other LUD's such as Lorette, Blumenort and ...

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