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Chapleau 74A, Ontario


This Ojibway settlement is located south of James Bay in eastern Ontario. It is 1.5 miles south of the white city of Chapleau, Ontario. The Ojibway settlement of Chapleau 75, is 2.5 miles to the west of Chapleau 74A. According to the 2016 census, Chapleau 74A has a population of 21. It has 11 housing units with 8 lived in year round. The average household size is 2.5 persons per housing unit. When negotiations were held about Treaty 9, the Chapleau Ojibways were considered to be a part of Moose Factory. They therefore were not requested for in 1905 when Treaty 9 was signed. However, they are really from Michipicoten Ojibways. They signed 1850's Robinson-Huron Treaty. In 1950, Canada negotiated with Chapleau Ojibway's and broke treaty promises. Supposedly Chapleau 74A was established in 1950 which does not corroberate with what history detailed. The population will not increase as long as the white city of Chapleau influences. Below are google earth road views of the Ojibway Michipicoten Reserve settlement of Chapleau 74A.



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