Relative clauses with a French relativizer ki (< que) are rare, and are always followed by a French verb.
Cree verbs come in two forms: independent (mostly main clauses) and conjunct forms (mostly embedded clauses and sentences with focused constituents). Conjunct forms with the complementizer prefix kaa- can be considered relative clauses.
Source: Fleury 2007
Source: Laverdure and Allard 1983: 87
Source: Laverdure and Allard 1983: 145