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Fort William, Fort William First Nation


Located just to the southwest of Thunder Bay, Canada, the Chippewa settlement of Fort William is situated in an area which the Chippewa's of the 19th century strongly demanded to the freemasons, to have set aside as their settlement. Next to the Chippewa settlement of fort william are several beautiful small mountains, which gives the impression that you are out west somewhere. However, it is in northwestern Ontario, Canada. The population of the settlement is 909. Of the population of 909, 140 are non Indian. Just under 25% are unemployed, or 75 out of a total labor force of 390. Fort William has 320 housing units which gives the settlement almost a 3.0 persons per housing unit average. Only around 35 people living in the community can speak Anishinabe. Below are several links to pictures of the beautiful Chippewa city of Fort William, Canada.



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