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Past, Present, Ote Nikan - The Future
Of Papaschase Peoples.

Welcome - Tawow

"HISTORY, EVENTS, NEWS, MEDIA AND THE

DESENDANTS OF PAPASCHASE"

…to obtain a just settlement of the unlawful surrender of

Papaschase IR 136 in 1888.

The official site of the Papaschase First Nations.

Events, News & Updates 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.
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Read All About It!: ‘Ote Nikan (The Future) Papaschase Petro.” Link to Global News: Papaschase First Nations opens Gas Station in Edmonton.

Dated Legal Issues

The Lawsuit A lawsuit was filed in the names of the Chief and Councillors of the Papaschase Descendants Council in February 2001.  The lawsuit was filed against the Attorney General of Canada, claiming that the Federal Crown caused the dissolution of the Papaschase Band through various breaches of Treaty 6 and its fiduciary duty to the Band which resulted in a large portion of the original Band being discharged from Treaty, as well as the alleged surrender of the Band’s Reserve and the loss of its status as a recognized Band pursuant to Treaty 6 and the Indian Act.  As such, the lawsuit sought – among other things - a declaration that the Papaschase Band No. 136 is a recognized Band under Treaty 6 and the Indian Act, as well as reserve land - or compensation in place of the reserve land owed to the Papaschase Band.  The Crown in right of Alberta was added as a party to the action in January 2003. READ MORE…
Disclaimer Legal Disclimer This website is intended to provide knowledge for informational purposes only. The information contained on this website is believed to be reliable and accurate at the time it is posted to the website, however it is possible that this information may contain errors or omissions. The Papaschase Indian Band and the Papaschase Descendants Council disclaim any liability in relation to use or reliance on this information. All information on the website is subject to copyright, you may not copy or repost any info from this website. Contact us to redistribute information. Any Interviews or want to share any information can be Contact here.
To check website of  ‘Oti Nikan Papaschase Petro” … link to www.papaschasepetro.ca
Calvin Bruneau is the elected chief of the Papaschase First Nation and a direct descendant of Chief Papaschase. He was instrumental in ensuring that the City acknowledged the Traditional Burial Ground and Fort Edmonton Cemetery. He is re-establishing the Papaschase First Nation and has amassed a lot of documentation regarding the FN's claim to land in South Edmonton.
Papaschase band recognized by AFN in Historic Resolution. 'It’s been a long struggle and we’re very proud to be here today' (Article take by CBC NEWS, Follow Link Below to Read More… ) The Papaschase band was recognized as a member of the Assembly of First Nations on Thursday, a milestone for the community as it works toward recognition from the federal government. "It's been a long struggle and we're very proud to be here today," Chief Calvin Bruneau said, addressing the assembly after a pair of resolution in support of Papaschase band passed unanimously. "We're taking our rightful place as a Treaty 6 Nation and reasserting and establishing our sovereignty, self-determination and self-governance. We're here to stay and we're here to work with you." The Papaschase band signed an adhesion to Treaty 6 in August of 1877 and took up more than 60 square kilometres of reserve land in what is now southeast Edmonton. READ MORE: CBC NEWS - https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/papaschase- band-afn-resolution-1.4938129
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Welcome - Tawow

"HISTORY, EVENTS, NEWS,

MEDIA AND THE DESENDANTS

OF PAPASCHASE"

…to obtain a just settlement of the

unlawful surrender of Papaschase IR 136

in 1888.

“The official site of the Papaschase First Nations.” To get more information. Best viewed in desktop mode.

Events, News & Updates

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.
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Disclaimer Legal Disclimer This website is intended to provide knowledge for informational purposes only. The information contained on this website is believed to be reliable and accurate at the time it is posted to the website, however it is possible that this information may contain errors or omissions. The Papaschase Indian Band and the Papaschase Descendants Council disclaim any liability in relation to use or reliance on this information. All information on the website is subject to copyright, you may not copy or repost any info from this website. Contact us to redistribute information. Any Interviews or want to share any information can be Contact here.