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Little Pine First Nation
 
Location: Little Pine First Nation is located in west central Saskatchewan at the foot of “The Blue Hill”, also known as “Waskicosih”, which means white thigh or white rump.  The hill received its name because of the antelope and deer that were once seen around Blue Hill, a symbol of home for the Little Pine First Nation.  The community was named after Chief Minahikosis (Little Pine), who settled the area in 1883 near the Battle River to be close to his friend Poundmaker.  In 2000, Little Pine First Nation was home to the Saskatchewan Indian Summer Games.
 
Population: Over 1,500
 
Tourism Businesses: Gas and Convenience Store
 
RTW Participants: 16       
            
Information on Little Pine First Nation was taken from the following websites: saskbiz.ca/community profiles and Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre – Little Pine First Nation.