Montreal Lake

Alternate Names
Montreal Lake Cree Nation
First Nation Location
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The "Baby Andy" Report: Examination of Services Provided to Baby Andy and His Family

Alternate Title
[Baby Andy Review]
Documents & Presentations
Edadeen Bird
Raymond Shingoose
Gail Hartsook
Dorothea Warren
Child was 20-month-old who sustained severe and permanent injuries due to child abuse while under the supervision of the Montreal Lake Child and Family Agency. Panel made findings and recommendations in six areas: information sharing, staffing, case management, coordination of services, and government support.
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Caribou Hunters

Media » Film and Video
National Film Board of Canada
Tom Daly
Stephen Greenlees
Documentary made in 1951 about the Cree and Ojibwe people of northern Manitoba and their relationship with the Caribou herds. Duration: 17:00.
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Do Discrimination, Residential School Attendance and Cultural Disruption Add to Individual-Level Diabetes Risk among Aboriginal People in Canada

Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Roland F. Dyck
Chandima Karunanayake
Bonnie Janzen
Josh Lawson
Vivian R. Ramsden
Donna C. Rennie
Jenny Gardipy
Laura McCallum
Sylvia Abonyi
James A. Dosman
Jo-Ann Episkenew
Punam Pahwa
BMC Public Health, vol. 15, 2015, p. article no. 1222
Cross sectional survey (2012/13) conducted with Beardy's and Okemasis' Cree Nation and Montreal Lake Cree Nation involved 580 households and 1570 adult participants. Found that residential school attendance and cultural disruption were not predictive of diabetes, while those experiencing the highest level of racism had low prevalence. Authors suggest that the latter finding may be the result of increased interaction with off-reserve society.
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Golden Jubilee Booklet on the History of Our Community: The Nameless Land Sometimes Called Montreal Lake

Documents & Presentations
Relates the establishment of a community at Fournier's Crossing (Montreal Lake) along the Prince Albert-Lac la Ronge Trail. Discusses the development of the community as several families moved in, as well as providing pictures from the communities history from 1905-1955.

Historical note:

Complete Title: Golden Jubilee Booklet on the History of our Community The Nameless Land "Sometimes called "Montreal Lake" after the name which the school bears, but most frequently referred to as "Fournier's Station. Montreal Lake
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History of Little Red River Reserve

Articles » General
Angus Merasty
Saskatchewan Indian, vol. 3, no. 6, June 1972, p. 10
Discusses formation of the reserve by Montreal Lake and LaRonge First Nations.
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Little Red River Reserve

Articles » General
This file contains a newspaper article about the Little Red River Reserve in Saskatchewan, written by Doug Cuthand and published in the Prince Albert Daily Herald The article describes the uniqueness of the reserve in that it is not a separate First Nation but belong to two other First Nations – Montreal Lake and La Ronge. He describes the history of Little Red River First Nation and how now today there are second generation farmers continuing to support themselves and their families.
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