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Poplar Hill First Nation is within the boundaries of the territory described
by the Winnipeg Treaty of 1875 --- Treaty No. 5. Poplar Hill First Nation
achieved full Band and reserve status in 1978 when it separated from the
Pikangikum Band. The community maintains strong ties with Pikangikum and Little
Grand Rapids in Manitoba.
The flag is white with a central emblem depicting a disk with a local scene showing an eagle flying over a riverside community, and with the head and tail of a bird behind.