Cowessess First Nation | P.O. Box 100 | 
Cowessess, Saskatchewan | S0G 5L0
Ph: (306) 696–2520 | Fax: (306) 696–2767
Questions or Suggestions? Email communications@cowessessfn.com

Recent Announcements

  • BAND MEMBERSHIP MEETING Cowessess First Nation - September 30, 2016 - Cowessess Band Hall - 5:00 p.m. Meal - Meeting to follow.Regina, SK - October 1, 2016 - Gathering Place - 12:00 noon Meal - Meeting to ...
    Posted Aug 29, 2016, 8:41 AM by Pat Criddle
  • Treaty Land Entitlement Membership Meeting TLE Information Membership Meeting.September 23, 2016.Cowessess Band Hall.6:00 p.m.
    Posted Aug 22, 2016, 12:09 PM by Pat Criddle
  • Membership Information Meeting Sharing the information on the plans to replace the Crooked Lake Control Structure (Dam).September 7, 2016.5:00 p.m. Meal.Meeting to follow at 6:00 p.m ...
    Posted Aug 25, 2016, 2:20 PM by Pat Criddle
  • TLE Seniors Payment For any Seniors who are turning 65 years of age in 2016, please contact the TLE office at (306) 696-3121 for information on receiving your payment.
    Posted Aug 2, 2016, 11:43 AM by Pat Criddle
  • Portfolio Assignments - effective July 6, 2016 Attached is the portfolio assignments and contact information for Chief and Council.
    Posted Jul 7, 2016, 9:09 AM by Pat Criddle
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Recent HR Updates

  • Youth Outreach Worker Posting Aug 2016.pdf   141k - Aug 25, 2016, 2:52 PM by Eunice Tanner (v1)
  • High School Teacher.pdf   80k - Aug 15, 2016, 2:00 PM by Eunice Tanner (v1)
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Welcome to the Cowessess First Nation Website

This website has been put together to serve as an informational and communication tool for the Cowessess membership and those interested in learning more about our community.

The Cowessess First Nation is located along the beautiful Qu’Appelle Valley with Crooked Lake and the Qu’Appelle River. Cowessess First Nation is located 15 kilometers north of Broadview, Saskatchewan.

There are presently 4106 members, with approximately 933 living on-reserve and 3,173 living off-reserve. Many of the off-reserve members live in urban centers across Canada, with some also residing in the United States, and as far away as Australia. Economic and Community Development and Education and Training initiatives are taking a lead role creating employment and providing services and programs for its membership, hence, bridging the gap between on and off reserve membership.

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Cowessess First Nation Mandate

"Chief and Council of Cowessess First Nation strives to enhance the quality of life of all members of the Cowessess First Nation through the protection and enhancement of Treaty Rights and the provision of effective services through the development and implementation of existing and new programs"

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