Scanterbury, MB
R0E 1W0
Phone: (204) 766-2494
Fax: (204) 766-2306

Brokenhead Ojibway Nation #4 extends north to the shores of Lake Winnipeg and includes part of the Netley Creek Mars area. The Brokenhead River runs through the core area of the community. Both PTH #59 and the CN rail line cross through the northwest section of the Reserve. To the south is Winnipeg, 82 kilometres down highway #59 and to the north is Grand Beach, Patricia Beach and Victoria Beach to mane only three beaches in this area located along 59 north.

  • Reserve: I.R. No.4
  • Area: 13,375 acres
  • Language: Anishiinabe
  • Economic Base: Agricultural produce
  • Population:

    • On-reserve - 306
    • Off-reserve - 894
    • Total Population - 1,200 (as of Dec. 31, 1996)
  • Transportation: The community is accessible by all weather road via Highway #59. Trucking services are available on a regular basis. There is no access by air, although float planes and boat dockage are available. Grey Goose Bus Lines serves the community on a daily basis. A CN rail line passes through the First Nation transporting freight to and from Pine Falls.

Commercial Businesses and/or Services:

  • Wa-Wa-Taik Building Supply
  • Just Before the Beaches Pizza & Video
  • Sandy's Lake Driving Range
  • Northwinds Gas & Grill & Convenience Store
  • Grader operation
  • Bison Ranch
  • Southeast Tribal council Head/ Finance Office
  • Assembly of First Nations Head Office
  • Tomali Pictures Head Office
  • Treaty Land Entitlement Head Office

Off Reserve Businesses:

  • Libau Trading Post, Restaurant and Store
  • Wasenigan Window Manufacturing Company
    (located in Little Black River, MB)




Brokenhead Building



Brokenhead Tipi
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