Curve Lake First Nation invites you to visit their new and improved web site at http://www.curvelakefirstnation.ca
The goal of the website is to support the community and share information on services, history, culture, tourism and upcoming events with band members and non-Native visitors. The updated site is now Mobile Friendly (view it on your smartphone or tablet) and features the ability to export events into your personal calendar.
Did you know that Curve Lake is home to:
- The very first Anishnaabe Kwe O’gimaa (Native Woman Chief) in Canada – Elsie Knott (1954).
- World renowned artisans Norman Knott, Alice Williams and David Johnson.
- The famous Whetung’s Art Gallery (established in 1960s).
Although not as prominent, their culture, language and old ways of living are still with them. Over the last century, they have become a model community to surrounding First Nations.
Visit them online today at http://www.curvelakefirstnation.ca