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Kawacatoose First Nation

The Kawacatoose First Nation (KFN) is a forward thinking First Nation located the Ttreaty 4 territory in southern Saskatchewan.

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The Kawacatoose First Nation (KFN) is a forward thinking First Nation located the treaty 4 territory in southern Saskatchewan. We are a very proud Nation with strong cultural and traditional values with strong community values. Our leadership’s mandate is to create training & employment opportunities, economic development and generate wealth for Kawacatoose First Nation. The Kawacatoose leadership consists of Chief Tom Dustyhorn, Councillor Lee-Anne Kehler, Councillor Delmont Asapace, Councilor Marvin Albert, Councilor Cory Dustyhorn, Councilor Sheila Kay-Machiskinic, Councilor Kimberly Rosling and Councillor Wesley Machiskinic.

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