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Birch Island, Ontario


Situated along Lake Huron's extreme northern shores, Birch Island (aka Whitefish River) is a small Ojibway town about 12 miles or 19.3 kilometers northwest of Wikwemikong. Below are links to google earth photos of Birch Island, Ontario. According to 2016's census, the population of Birch Island is 456. There are 256 housing units, with 176 lived in at Birch Island which indicates whites are being allowed to invade and colonize. Average household size is 2.6 persons per household. Around 155 speak Ojibway Language at Birch Island yet few speak the language daily. They probably only know a few Ojibway words.



Birch Island From Road

Birch Island From Road

Birch Island From Road

Birch Island From Road

Birch Island From Road

Birch Island From Road

Birch Island From Road

Birch Island From Road

Birch Island From Road

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