Arrowhead Development Corporation

Arrowhead Development Corporation (ADC) was established to develop business concepts and incorporate businesses under a development corporation. ADC is governed by the Board of Directors and a Chief Executive Officer.  The ADC manages band owned businesses on its three reserves; Long Plain Reserve No. 6, Keeshkeemaquah Reserve (Portage la Prairie), and Long Plain Madison Indian Reserve (Winnipeg).

Principles of our work


Our vision is to assist, support, build and strengthen the Long Plain First Nation’s economic base and improve the quality of life for our citizens by creating long-term employment and stable business operations.


Our mission is to explore economic development opportunities, venture and investments for the future well-being of the Long Plain First Nation.


Our mandate includes establishing, developing, administrating and managing Long Plain First Nation business ventures and providing funding to non-funded community projects, activities and events on behalf of the First Nation

Long Plain Reserves

Long Plain Reserve No. 6

Provincial Highway #305 at Yellowquill Trail

Keeshkeemaquah Reserve

5000 Crescent Road West, Portage la Prairie

Madison Indian Reserve

474 Madison Street, Winnipeg

Recent News

Winnipeg’s 1st Urban Reserve Cannabis Store Officially Open

Winnipeg’s newest pot shop has officially opened its doors — and it’s the first to open on an urban reserve in the city. Meta Cannabis Supply Co., a joint venture between Long Plain First Nation and National Access Cannabis, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday. The shop — located at 420 Madison St. (and yes, that cannabis-culture related number really is the…

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FIRST LOOK: Vision for Kapyong Barracks

OTTAWA — The abandoned Kapyong Barracks lands could include a daycare, hotel, Indigenous hospice, war museum and gas bar, according to initial renderings of how local First Nations envision the site. Renderings commissioned by Treaty One First Nations show the the 160-acre site could also include sports facilities and mixed-use buildings, in the first detailed…

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2019 Long Plain First Nation Birthday

Long Plain First Nation Birthday Presented by Chief and Council Ceremony Location: Spirit Lodge/ Keeshkeemaquah Burial Site Wednesday June 19, 2019 and Thursday June 20, 2019 AGENDA: Wednesday June 19, 2019     Community Traditional Feast Feast by Peters Sisters 11:30AM to 1:30PM     11:30AM       Rezplex Cupcakes 12:15PM Rezplex Giveaway 1:00PM…

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