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Carrot River, Saskatchewan Indian Settlement


Located in north central Saskatchewan about 45 miles west of Manitoba, the Ojibway Yellow Quill Reserve settlement of Carrot River has a population of 829 according to the 2016 census. Carrot River is a part of Red Earth or this community's real name is Red Earth. This Carrot River village is not the same Carrot River, Saskatchewan, which is a non Indian village. The community has 127 housing units and an average household size of 6.6 persons per housing unit. Around 715 continue to speak Ojibway (Cree Dialect of Ojibway) at Carrot River. In Ojibway, Carrot River would be pronounced as O-za-wa-ka-da-kos Sip-pi. Below is a link to a picture of the Ojibway Yellow Quill Reserve settlement of Carrow River.



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