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Pauingassi First Nation

Located aproximately 24 kilometers north of Little Grand Rapids (280 km northeast of Winnipeg) , on a peninsula jutting southward into Fishing Lake, a tributary of Berens River. There is a 3000 foot airstrip south of Pauingassi at Little Grand Rapids, and a winter road cponnects from Pine Dock and Bloodvein.

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Approximately 280 kilometers northeast of Winnipeg & 24 kilometers north of Little Grand Rapids, on a peninsula jutting southward into Fishing Lake, a tributary of Berens River.

There is no permanent access road to the Pauingassi First Nation, although winter roads are constructed annually from Pine Dock and Bloodvein. There is a 3000 foot airstrip approximately 24 kilometers south of Pauingassi at Little Grand Rapids. Access to the community via the airport is restricted to boat or float plane during the summer and by snowmobile during the winter.

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