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Cote First Nation, Saskatchewan (Canada)

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Cote First Nation is located north of the town of Kamsack, Saskatchewan and 16km west of the Manitoba Border totaling approximately 8,090 hectares (19,900 acres). The band has a current membership of 3,900 people with approximately 900 living on reserve. Cote First Nation is one of the 6 First Nations that are members of the Yorkton Tribal Council and is also part of the Treaty Four. Saulteaux is the native language. 

The flag is white with the emblem centered featuring a First Nation member wearing a feather headdress.