Muskoday First Nation

The Muskoday First Nation (formerly the John Smith First Nation) is a First Nation band government in Saskatchewan, Canada, composed of Cree and Saulteaux peoples.

Who Are We?

Muskoday First Nation is a mixture of both a Cree and Saulteaux ancestry and has close to 2,000 registered members, with just over 750 of their members living on reserve.

Where We Are

Muskoday First Nation is located 22 km southeast of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan on provincial highway #3 in the Treaty 6 territory.

Muskoday First Nation encompasses 25,106 acres on three reserves in central Saskatchewan. The main reserve (Muskoday First Nation #99) is located in the heart of the South Saskatchewan river valley and covers 23,696 acres. Most of the land is agricultural and some of the best in the province of Saskatchewan.

In June of 2013, Muskoday’s first Treaty Land Entitlement selections received reserve status (Muskoday First Nation #99A and #99B) in the Rural Municipality of Paddockwood, 42 km north of Muskoday. All of Muskoday’s land is administered under the Muskoday First Nation Land Code and the Framework Agreement on First Nation Land Management. Muskoday was the first reserve in the province of Saskatchewan to move away from the land sections of the Indian Act and take control over it’s own lands and resources on January 1, 2000.

Other fee simple lands that Muskoday owns through its holding company and is looking to achieve reserve status on include 2900 acres in the RM of Leroy, 640 acres in the RM of Paddockwood, 240 acres in the RM of Prince Albert and 55 acres in the RM of Corman Park.

Key Accomplishments

Economic Development formation of MEDA (Muskoday Economic Development Authority)

Businesses Developed:

  • Muskoday FN Gas Bar & Convenience Store
  • Ironhorse Fleet Management Inc.
  • Two Solar Energy Initiatives A) Saskpower B) LCEF
  • Muskoday First Nation Market Garden Initiative

Skills & Services

  • Ironhorse; vehicle rental & leasing company.
  • Solar Energy Alternatives

Why Muskoday First Nation?

As leaders we all share the same objective: “to make the lives of our people better.” In pursuit of this objective, a change has already begun in several of our successful First Nations’ communities. Many of the positive changes that are occurring in successful First Nations communities area a direct result of an increased focus on Economic Development. Muskoday First Nation has chosen to follow the lead of these successful First Nations.

Recent Solar Projects

  1. Solar Initiative with SaskPower
  2. Solar Initiative with LCEF

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Head
Office

First Nations University of Canada
1 First Nations Way
Regina, SK S4S 7K2

Phone: +1(306) 359-3672

Alberta
Office

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Executive
Office

202B Joseph Okemasis Drive,
Saskatoon, SK, S7N 1B1

Phone: +1(855) 359-3672

Ontario
Office

30 Commercial Road
East York, ON M4G 1Z4

Phone: +1(855) 359-3672

OFFICE HOURS

Monday to Friday 9:00a.m.–4:30p.m.
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Fax

+1 (306) 359-3671

Email

info@fnpa.ca

 

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