History

The Kahkewistahaw Reserve is located 10 miles north of the town of Broadview, in the southeast end of Saskatchewan. This reserve is 8361 hectares in size with a population of 1,255 people of which 391 reside on the reserve.

The reserve originated from the signing of Treaty 4 in September 15, 1874 by Chief Kakewistohow Present at the signing were Chief Kakewistohow, 2 headsmen, and 63 members give or take. This band was one of a handful which was not greatly influenced by the fur trade. The language spoken on the reserve is Cree.