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Berens River First Nation

Located along the eastern shore of Lake Winnipeg, the community of Berens River is accessible only by winter road, boat or airplane. Berens River has been a traditional hunting and fishing spot for thousands of years.

Berens River First Nation

Located along the eastern shore of Lake Winnipeg, the community of Berens River is accessible only by winter road, boat or airplane. Berens River has been a traditional hunting and fishing spot for thousands of years.

Berens River First Nation

Located along the eastern shore of Lake Winnipeg, the community of Berens River is accessible only by winter road, boat or airplane. Berens River has been a traditional hunting and fishing spot for thousands of years.

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Little Grand Rapids First Nation

Located in east central Manitoba along the Berens River, near the Ontario boarder, Little Grand Rapids is accessed by plane or by a winter road.  It is approximately 280 kilometers or 173 miles north-northeast from Winnipeg, Manitoba

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Pauingassi First Nation

With no permanent access road to the Pauingassi First Nation, Amik Aviation uses a 3000 foot airstrip approximately 24 kilometers south of Pauingassi at Little Grand Rapids. Amik Aviation has access to the community via float plane during the summer and uses Little Grand Rapids airport during the winter to access the community.

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Bloodvien First Nation

Located on the east side of Lake Winnipeg, along the Bloodvein River. The community is still inhabited by descendants of the Saulteaux-Ojibwa people, who continue the traditional aboriginal way of life of hunting, trapping, fishing and wild rice harvesting.