About Us

The Red Rock Indian Band (RRIB) is an Ojibwe First Nation in Northwestern Ontario, Canada. The Council is an independent member of Union of Ontario Indians, a Tribal Political Organization. There are 107 homes on reserve with a population of 323 residents. In addition, more than 1500 live off reserve. The traditional Ojibwe name for the Band is Opwaaganasiniing which means pipestone in the locative voice.

Chief & Council

Chief Matthew Dupuis

1st Councillor Allan Odawa

2nd Councillor Norma Lesperance

3rd Councillor Sean Ruth

4th Councillor Byron Wawia Jr.

Honorary Councillor Susan Kwisses

Chief and Council consists one (1) Chief, four (4) Councilors and one (1) Honorary Councillor that govern the Red Rock Indian Band. Term of office is two (2) years, for which they are elected under Band Custom. Along with being the political body for the Red Rock Indian Band, Chief and Council are responsible for the overall administration of the Band. The Red Rock Indian Band Chief & Council are elected to administer the day to day operation of the Band office. Band elections are governed under Band Custom.


Next General Election


General Band Meetings

General Band meetings are held on the 1st Wednesday of each month. Band meetings are held at Lake Helen Resource Centre and start at 7 pm. All Band members are urged to attend if possible. 


Traditional Activities & Community Events


Call For Bids

Posted on September 17, 2018

The Red Rock Indian Band is looking for a contractor to construct decks and stairs for the new… Read more >


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