…to obtain a just settlement of the unlawful surrender of Papaschase IR 136 in 1888.

Rossdale Bridge

Rossdale Bridge is situated at Edmonton AB which has a signifact history on Papaschase Descendants where buried in the 1800.

AFN Chiefs Resolution

AFN Chiefs resolution recognizing the Papaschase First Nation and becoming a voting member of the Assembly of First Nations.

FaceBook / Live Youtube

Papaschase on the FaceBook Network on Updates on Events. News and More…

Papaschase is Business

Addressing Papaschase history in Univercities and creating business for the Papaschase people’s and customers.

To obtain information through Social Media

Papaschase site has a FaceBook group which has updates of Events, News and Posts. Here is where you will learn of history and futuristic endeavors that Papaschase will embark on in the near future. So please take a look at FaceBook Papaschase group for more information on Events, News and Posts.


“In that day I will restore (Papaschase’s) fallen tent. I will repair its broken places, restore its ruins, and build it as it used to be, so that they may possess the remnant of Edom and all the nations that bear my name,” declares the Lord, who will do these things.”
Amos 9:11-12


"In the future when my grandchildren ask for it, then you will return it to them."
Chief Papaschase, John Quinn Gladue. 1832 – 1918 Papaschase First Nations