Providing Programs & Services to the Following Communities

We offer and provide protective services to 2,283 individuals in four First Nation communities throughout southern Saskatchewan. The Agency currently provides Family Violence Prevention (FVPP) services to Muscowpetung, Standing Buffalo and Wood Mountain. The Agency will expand to provide complete Protection Services to all First Nations within the Agency.

Beardy’s & Okemasis Cree Nation

The Beardy’s & Okemasis Cree Nation is located 85.5 km’s North East of Saskatoon (1 hour 2 minutes). It has a total registered population of 3,350, with 1,188 living on reserve. 34 band members currently live on other reserves. There are another 2,128 Band members currently living off the reserve in urban settings.

Affiliations: Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN), Independent of Tribal Council.

Muscowpetung Salteaux Nation

The Muscowpetung Salteaux Nation is located 61 km’s North West of Regina. It has a total registered population of 1,383, with 303 living on reserve. 56 Band members currently live on other reserves. There are another 1,014 Band members currently living off the reserve in urban settings.

Affiliations: Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN), File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council (FHQTC).

Standing Buffalo Dakota Nation

The Standing Buffalo Dakota Nation is located 73 km’s North West of Regina (50 minutes). It has a total registered population of 1,260, with 467 on reserve. 24 Band members currently live on other reserves. There are another 768 Band members currently living off the reserve in urban settings.

Affiliations: Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN), File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council (FHQTC).

Wahpeton Dakota Nation

The Wahpeton Dakota Nation is located 141 km’s North East of Saskatoon. It has a total registered population of 528 with 318 on reserve. 24 Band members currently live on other reserves. There are another 186 Band members currently living off the reserve in urban settings.

Affiliations: Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN), Prince Albert Grand Council (PAGC)

Wood Mountain Lakota Nation

The Wood Mountain Lakota Nation is located 237 km’s South West of Regina (3 hours 30 minutes). It has a total registered population of 286, with 7 on reserve. 0 Band members currently live on other reserves. There are another 279 Band members currently living off the reserve in urban settings.

Affiliations: Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN), File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council (FHQTC).

Contact us or a representative at your band head office if you require more information about our services.

ADDRESS

QBOW Child & Family Services

P.O. Box 753, 

Fort Qu'Appelle, SK, S0G 1S0

CONTACT

 1-888-677-8846

 306-332-1842

 gbowcfs@gbow.ca

SERVICE AREA

Southern Saskatchewan

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