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Driftpile First Nation

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Driftpile First Nation

The Driftpile First Nation (or the Driftpile Cree Nation) is a First Nation with a reserve, Driftpile River 150, located on the southern shore of the Lesser Slave Lake on Alberta Highway 2 in Northern Alberta. The band has approximately 1200 members.[1]


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