The Town of Cut Knife serves almost 600 residents, a farming community of approximately 400, and our neighbours on Little Pine First Nation (pop. 700*), Lucky Man Cree Nation (pop. 115*), Poundmaker Cree Nation (pop. 547*), Sweetgrass First Nation (pop. 643*), and the Hillsvale Hutterite Colony.
* Please note that First Nations’ population numbers include off -reserve members.
TOWN OF CUT KNIFE: SUMMARY
|0-19 years: 160||20-44 years: 150||45-64 years: 145||65+ years: 12|
EDUCATION (25-64 yrs)
|Secondary: 110||Post-secondary: 165||Neither: 45|
|Ed, Gov’t, Religion: 79||Sales & Service: 50||Mgmt & Health: 36||Trades, Transport: 30|
|$0-$29,999: 42||$30-$59,999: 65||$60-$99,999: 73||100,000+: 59|
For the Town of Cut Knife’s complete Stats Canada 2016 Census profile, please click here.
REGIONAL INFO: LINKS
Comprehensive data profiles are available via Stats Canada’s 2016 Census. Click on the links below to access detailed information about these communities in our area.
Rural Municipality of Cut Knife No. 439
Little Pine First Nation
Lucky Man Cree Nation**
Poundmaker Cree Nation
Sweetgrass First Nation
** Lucky Man Cree Nation lived as part of Little Pine First Nation until 1989 when their claim resulted in a 30 square kilometre reserve carved from Little Pine First Nation. Currently, the majority of their members are living off-reserve until a successive claim for additional land is settled.