Blood Tribe

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The Blood Tribe (Kainai) is the largest First Nation Reserve in Canada, with an area covering 356,755 acres of prime agricultural land. The Bloods are signatories to Treaty 7 (1877) and part of the Blackfoot Confederacy that spans most of southern Alberta and northern Montana and includes the Siksika, the Piikani and the Blackfeet (US).

The Blood Reserve consists of three main community areas: Standoff, Lavern, and Moses Lake. The Blood Tribe’s major economic base has traditionally been the agricultural sector. Farming (both irrigated and non-irrigated), and oil and gas exploration also provide employment for Tribal members.

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