In 1972, the Sioux Village Settlement near Portage la Prairie divided the two, therefore creating two First Nations presently known as Dakota Tipi First Nation (IR No #56) and Dakota Plains First Nation which borders the Long Plain First Nation reserve.

The Dakota Tipi First Nation was granted reserve status in 1972, and was located on approximately 25 acres. Over the years, the First Nation has increased its land base by a further 346.8 acres, for a total of 371.8 acres.

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