May 11, 1942 (19th Parliament, 3rd Session)

LIB

Thomas Alexander Crerar (Minister of Mines and Resources)

Liberal

Mr. CRERAR:

(Reserves grouped by Indian Agencies.)
Duck Lake Agency
One Arrow's reserve 4
James Smith's reserve 5
Beardy's reserve 16
John Smith's reserve 8
Moose Woods reserve 1
- 34
Battleford Agency
Little Pine reserve 4
Poundmaker reserve 2
Meadow Lake reserve 4
Mosquito reserve 5
Red Pheasant reserve 4
Sweetgrass reserve 2
Thunderchild reserve 7
- 28
Carlton Agency
Sturgeon Lake reserve 2
Little Red River reserve 5
Wahpaton reserve 1
Mistawasis reserve 19
Muskeg Lake reserve 21
Atakakup (Sandy Lake) reserve_____ 8
- 56
Crooked Lake Agency
White Bear reserve 6
Kahkewistahaw reserve 6
Cowesses reserve 16
Ochapowace reserve 5
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File Hills Agency
Peepeekesis reserve 25
Okanese reserve 10
Starblanket reserve 2
Little Black Bear reserve 1
- 38
Pelly Agency
Keeseekoose reserve 5
Key reserve 6
Valley River reserve 1
Cote reserve 24
- 36
Onion Lake Agency
Onion Lake reserve 2
- 2
Touchwood Agency
Gordon reserve 12
Poorman reserve 5
Day Star reserve 1
Fishing Lake reserve 3
Nut Lake reserve 1
- 22
Qu'Appelle Agency
Muscowpetung reserve 4
Piapot reserve 6
Pasqua reserve 3
Carry-the-Kettle reserve 6
Standing Buffalo reserve 3
- 22
Total 271
The above information has been obtained from Indian agents and is as complete and up-to-date as can be reported by the Department of Mines and Resources. Some Indians live off reserves or are located some distance from the agencies and for these reasons the agents may not become aware of Indian enlistments for some time after they take place.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   ENLISTMENT OF INDIANS IN SASKATCHEWAN
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