Historical and Alternate Community Names
Reserve no. 089
Reserves, Settlements, and Villages
Fishing Lake 89A, Fishing Lake Indian Reserve No. 89, Fishing Lake Indian Reserve No. 89D1, Sabitawasis Beach Indian Reserve No. 89 C-1, Treaty Four Reserve Ground No. 77
Fishing Lake First Nation is an Anishinaabe (Ojibwe, Saulteaux) Community located to the south-east of Humboldt, Saskatchewan. They are signatories to Treaty 4, which the group signed in 1876. As of 2022, Fishing Lake First Nation has a registered population of 1,916.
- A Brief History of the Fishing Lake First Nation Community
- A Brief Summary of Anishinaabe Cultural History in Western Canada
- Residential School List
- Day School List
Support Services and Programs Available to Community Members
Directory: FSIN Tribal Council/Independent Affiliation Community Justice Programs
- Works Consulted
Government of Canada; Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada; Communications Branch, “First Nation Profiles,” fact sheet; resource list, November 14, 2008, https://fnp-ppn.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca/fnp/Main/Search/SearchFN.aspx?lang=eng.
“The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan | Entry List (A-Z),” accessed November 29, 2022, https://esask.uregina.ca/entry_list.jsp.
Library and Archives Canada, “Indexes of Western First Nations Bands: Languages, Agencies, Inspectorates, and Regional Offices,” August 18, 2022, https://library-archives.canada.ca/eng/collection/research-help/indigenous-heritage/pages/bands-western-canada.aspx.