Treaty No. 4 was negotiated and entered into in September of 1874 at Fort Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan. The larger portion of the Treaty area can be found in Saskatchewan; however, a small part of western Manitoba is covered by Treaty No. 4.
Manitoba communities that share in the benefit and obligations of Treaty No. 4 include: Birch River, Mafeking, Swan River, Westgate and many more. First Nation communities that entered into Treaty No. 4 include: Gambler, Pine Creek, Rolling River, Sapotaweyak, Tootinawaziibeeng, Waywayseecappo and Wuskwi Sipi.
Treaty text from Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC)