In 1985, Keewaywin along with six other communities were awarded official band status in August. 1991 and received full reserve status on April 3, 1997.
Keewaywin hosts' recreational, traditional, and social activities throughout the year including; gospel nights, tent meetings, craft nights, parades, feasts, fishing derbies, fall hunts, spring hunts and youth outings on the land. Keewaywin hosts annual tent meetings, people come in from neighboring communities to join the event.
The Keewaywin School provides edcuation from Kindergarten to Grade 8. The Keewaywin School provides the the School with Oji-Cree Language Basics as well. Students have the option to leave their community or they have the option to attend KiHS to attain a Grade 12 Diploma. The 24 hour nursing station provides daily clinics, telemedicine, public health services, and emergency services. Social Services are provided by the Band Office and the Health Department. Services include; Tikinagan Child and Family Services, NNADAP, Brighter Futures, and Ontario Works. Daily policing service is provided by NAPS (Nishnawbee-Aski Police Service). Court is held on quarterly basis in the community. KO Telemedicine (KOTM) delivers clinical, educational and administrative services through videoconferencing and advanced information communication technologies.
The E-centre is a public space for community members and visit to use the computers and access the internet. Kerry’s Coffee House provides specialty flavored coffee. There are 3 stores which are open in the evening with snacks for sale. The Keewaywin Motel has 8 rooms with shared kitchen, bathrooms and wifi. Keewaywin owns and operates a restaurant and local internet and cell phone service to residences and businesses. Cellular Data roaming is available on the Rogers Network. The local TV & Radio Station at are the community centre which is used daily to share community news. Many youth sell baking and crafts through the buy and sell facebook group.