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Fort Alexander, Manitoba


Located along southeastern shores of huge Lake Winnipeg, this Ojibway Kasba Reservation town of Fort Alexander, has a population of 1,929 according to 2016's census. Below are several links to google earth photos of Fort Alexander. Fort Alexander has 790 dwellings with 524 lived in. That's indicative of their leaders allowing whites to invade their settlement. 2011's census reported that this town had 561 dwellings with 535 lived in. Their average household size is 3.6 persons per housing unit. Nearly all citizens of this community are Indian, excepting around 10. Most (around 500) work for Pine Falls Paper Company. Manitoba Hydro also employs many of Fort Alexander citizens. Around 290 people speak Ojibway at this Ojibway town. That's near 15% of it's population which means it's a dying language.



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