Angling Lake,
Ontario P0V 1B0
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The sun coming up in the horizon at dawn, the river flowing ever so gently, the trees standing tall and grass from Mother Earth. Once can hear the words of the Treaty Commissioner promising that the Queen will forever take care of here children. "As long as the sun shines, as long as the river flows and as long as the grass grows." These words ring out as the ancestors of Wapekeka people gather to sign the Treaty No. 9.

The two standing trees are symbolic of the two reserves that make up Wapekeka First Nation. The river and the lake are the life line for the very existence of the Wapekeka people. The land on both sides of the river is the traditional land that is used for the survival of the people.

The sun is the most important symbol, as it is a reminder of the relationship between the people and the Creator. The lines from the sun stretches out to the four direction, which represent the North, East, West and South. It is also a life giving force


Norman Brown
Chief of Wapekeka First Nation

Donald Brown
Deputy Chief

Elsie Brown
Band Councillor

Henry Roundsky
Band Councillor

Jennifer Mamakwa
Band Councillor

Brennan Sainnawap
Executive Officer

Clara Winnepetonga
Office/Project Management Assistant

Carol Brown
Band Administrator

Priscilla Brown
Assistant Administrator

Cynthia Sainnawap
Band Membership Clerk

Donald Brown
Housing Coordinator

Jim Hudson
Community Liaison Office

Romaine Wesley
Sioux Lookout Office Receptionist

James Brown
Education Director

Dennis Brown

Judy Sainnawap

Wapekeka Education Authority

Zacharias Tait
Health Director

Wapekeka Health Authority

General Mailbox
Wapekeka First Nation

Shibogama First Nations Council