Historical and Alternate Community Names
Goose Lake, Leech Lake, Little Bones, Reserve no. 074, Sahkeemay, Sakamas, Sakamay, Sakemas, Sakemay, Sakemo, Sakimay, Shesheep, Sheshep, Yellow Calf
Reserves, Settlements, and Villages
Little Bone 74B, Minoahchak 74C, Sakimay Indian Reserve No. 74 (various), Shesheep Indian Reserve No. 74A, Treaty Four Reserve Grounds No. 77, Zagime Anishinabek Indian Reserve No. 74 (various)
Zagime Anishinabek First Nations (formerly Sakimay) are an Anishinaabe (Saulteaux) collective, the four bands amalgamated in 1907 (Zagime, Shesheep, Minoahchak, and Little Bone Band). Zagime Anishinabek is located to the north-east of Regina, Saskatchewan. They are signatories to Treaty 4, which the group signed in 1874. As of 2022, Zagime Anishinabek has a registered population of 1,837.
- Zagime Anishinabek First Nations Website
- A Brief History of the Zagime Anishinabek 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.
“Indigenous Saskatchewan Encyclopedia | University of Saskatchewan,” accessed November 29, 2022, https://teaching.usask.ca/indigenoussk/index.php.
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.