Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana






Buffalo Narrows, Saskatchewan


It is located between Churchill Lake and Peter Pond Lake, on a channel (sort of short wide river which connects the two lakes) which has a bridge that leads to Highway 155. The people who live in Buffalo Narrows are about 90% Indian including mixed bloods. Around 10% of it's population is white. According to the 2011 census, the population of Buffalo Narrows is 1,153. It increased by 72 from the 2006 census. The village has many businesses which does indicate a large white population lives there. The whites won't allow Indian communities to prosper. There is a total of 449 housing units with 412 occupied. The average household size is 2.8 persons per housing unit which is below normal for Ojibway communities. Nearby communities include Dillon, Michel Village, and Wapachewunak. Ojibway People who live at Buffalo Narrows are known as Chipewyan which is pronounced as Chip-a-wan. Below are several google earth photos of the Ojibway Treaty 5 Reservation community of Buffalo Narrows.



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