Portion of boundary From Treaty 1, signed August 3, 1871 thence by the Winnipeg River to its mouth; thence westwardly, including all the islands near the south end of the lake, across the lake to the mouth of Drunken River;  thence westwardly to a point on Lake Manitoba half way between Oak Point and the mouth of Swan Creek;  thence across Lake Manitoba in a line due west to its western shore;  thence in a straight line to the crossing of the rapids on the Assiniboine;  thence due south to the international boundary line;

The Anishinaabe territory is much larger and extends beyond our current territory. The Treaty No. 2 territory when treaty was made was in the Northwest Territories. Today it extends north of Treaty No.1 territory, along the east shore of Lake Winnipeg to Berens River, across to the Dauphin River along with water ways up to the northern tip of Waterhen Lake, across the Winnipegosis north of Duck Bay, then to the source of the Shell River in Duck Mountains along the Assiniboine to the Moose Mountains in southeastern Saskatchewan across the international border up by Brandon then to white mud river across over to the Drunken River, then to Winnipeg River where it started.

The territory includes 8,676,828 hectares of land (21,440,909 acres). Included within our territory are many of our mountains, rivers and lakes which include; Riding Mountain National Park, Duck Mountain Provincial Park, Turtle Mountain Provincial Park, Hecla/ Grindstone Provincial Park, and Moose Mountain Provincial Park Saskatchewan and many lakes such as Dauphin Lake, Clear Lake, Childs Lake, south basin of Lake Winnipegosis and Lake Winnipeg and north basin of Lake Manitoba.