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Birch Narrows First Nation

Birch Narrows Dene Nation is affiliated with the Meadow Lake Tribal Council (MLTC has territory :urnor Lake 193B(adjoins the Northern Hamlet of Turnor Lake), Churchill Lake 193A ( historic site of Clear Lake at the junction of Churchill Lake and Frobisher Lake), Turnor Lake 194 which is on Peter Pond Lake east of Dillon.

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As of June 2012, Birch Narrows Dene Nation had 409 members living on reserve and 299 members living at locations off reserve. It is affiliated with the Meadow Lake Tribal Council (MLTC).

Birch Narrows Dene Nation has territory at three (3) sites:

Turnor Lake 193B with 296.7 hectares (733 acres) 56.4726°N 108.6869°W, which adjoins the Northern Hamlet of Turnor Lake;
Churchill Lake 193A with 159.8 hectares (395 acres), which contains the historic site of Clear Lake 56.1408°N 108.2072°W at the junction of Churchill Lake and Frobisher Lake;
Turnor Lake 194 with 2,445.9 hectares (6,044 acres) 55.9353°N 108.8450°W, which is on Peter Pond Lake east of Dillon.

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