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Brunswick House, Ontario


This Ojibway settlement is located very near settlements of Chapleau 74A and Chapleau 75. Below are links to google earth photos of this small Ojibway settlement of Brunswick House or Duck Lake 76B. In Ojibway, Duck Lake is pronounced as Ga-mi Shi-shib or Ga-mi Shib. It is three miles northeast of Chapleau 74A settlement and three miles east of Chapleau, Ontario which is a white town. Originally, their community was known as New Brunswick House Ojibways. Duck Lake 76B has a population of 85 according to a 2016 census. Duck Lake 76B has a total of 38 housing units with 33 lived in year round. Average household size is 2.4 persons per housing unit.



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