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.
** 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.