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Canoe Narrows, Saskatchewan


Located in northwestern Saskatchewan, this Ojibway Treaty 5 Reservation settlement of Canoe Narrows, which is also known as Canoe Lake, has a population of 943 according to the 2011 census. The community has 235 housing units and an average household size of 4.0 persons per housing unit. Around 445 continue to speak Ojibway (Cree Dialect of Ojibway) at Canoe Narrows. In Ojibway, Canoe Narrows and Canoe Lake, would be pronounced as Chi-maan Ah-gas-stan & Ga-mi Chi-maan. The village is situated along the shores of Canoe Lake, Saskatchewan. Below are links to pictures of the Ojibway Treaty 5 Reservation settlement of Canoe Narrows.



Photo of Canoe Narrows or Canoe Lake

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