?Ejere K'elni Kue Indian Reserve No. 196I
?Ejere K'elni Kue 196I, also known as Pejere K’elni Kue Indian Reserve No. 196I, ʔejere K’elni Kue Indian Reserve No. 196I or Hay Camp, is an Indian reserve in northern Alberta, Canada. The reserve is one of ten reserves under the governance of the Smith's Landing First Nation, the reserve is located on the west bank of Slave River within Wood Buffalo National Park, and comprises 213 ha (530 acres). ?Ejere K'elni Kue 196I is approximately 113 km (70 mi) north of Fort Chipewyan, and 62 km (39 mi) south of Fort Smith, Northwest Territories.
?Ejere K'elni Kue Indian Reserve No. 196I
?Ejere K'elni Kue 196I, also known as Pejere K’elni Kue Indian Reserve No. 196I, ʔejere K’elni Kue Indian Reserve No. 196I or Hay Camp, is an Indian reserve in northern Alberta, Canada. The reserve is one of ten reserves under the governance of the Smith's Landing First Nation, the reserve is located on the west bank of Slave River within Wood Buffalo National Park, and comprises 213 ha (530 acres). ?Ejere K'elni Kue 196I is approximately 113 km (70 mi) north of Fort Chipewyan, and 62 km (39 mi) south of Fort Smith, Northwest Territories.