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Pimicikamak First Nation, Manitoba (Canada)

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Last modified: 2020-01-04 by rick wyatt
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[Pimicikamak First Nation flag] image located by Dave Fowler, 28 January 2018

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Pimicikamak First Nation

The Pimicikamak is one of the Cree-speaking aboriginal peoples. The traditional territory of Pimicikamak is around Sipiwesk Lake in the heart of the boreal forest, five hundred kilometres north of Winnipeg, Manitoba.

There is some confusion if Cross Lake Band is an identical entity with Pimicikamak Nation. However, they are not. Here is just one small explanation from Pimicikamak website: "Some may confuse Pimicikamak with Cross Lake First Nation (“the Band”), or even regard it as a new name for the Band. In reality the two are as fundamentally different in almost every way as, say, Canada and Winnipeg."
Valentin Poposki, 8 December 2019

The Flag

The Pimicikamak First Nation flag is vertically divided by an eagle-head outline blue and red, with four four-pointed yellow stars in the blue sector.