The Sioux Valley Dakota Nation Web Site represents one of the major communication tools developed by the Communications Department and Governance Office to promote the community of Sioux Valley Dakota Nation, present informative resources on Sioux Valley Dakota Nation Self-Governance, and provide key information to community members and non-members.
Sioux Valley Dakota Nation members are able to access exclusive community content by requesting a User Profile from the website administrator at email@example.com. Creating an account will grant you access to Newsletters, bulletins, and job postings. We believe that you will find this web site both helpful and informative.
Sioux Valley Dakota Nation is located in Manitoba, just off TransCanada Highway #1 and approximately 30 minutes away from Brandon. It is home to 2,557 people, with 1,477 living on reserve and 1,080 living off reserve. For more information on both on reserve and off reserve housing, please visit our Housing page.
On June 9 of 2014, Sioux Valley Dakota Nation achieved self-government, giving them jurisdiction in over 50 areas and creating a government-to-government relationship between them, the province, and the country. Read more about this monumental achievement here. For more information on the current Chief and Council, see our Chief and Council page.
Sioux Valley Dakota Nation is currently home to a white buffalo. For more information on the significance of the white buffalo to the Dakota culture, please read The Legend of the White Buffalo.
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