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Ginew, Manitoba


Winnipeg is 52.0 miles or 83.7 kilometers north of Ginew (aka Roseau River) which is a plains Ojibway town. Below are links to google earth photos of Ginew. According to 2016's census, this Ojibway town has a population of 558. Ginew has 162 dwellings with 159 lived in. Average household size is 3.5 persons per household. Red River is on this Ojibway towns west. This location was important to Ojibway People. During War of 1812, whites and their allies invaded southern Manitoba. They were defeated and subjugated by Ojibway Soldiers until 1869. Chief Sitting Bull was born and raised among Red River Ojibway's. Ojibway Language has died out at this Ojibway town. Ginew is an Ojibway word. It's pronounced as "Gi New." The "gi" is pronounced like the "gee" in the word "geek" without pronouncing the ending "k" sound. It's probably derived from "Ki-niw" which means "War Eagle" in Ojibway. In Ojibway Language, an "iw" rhymes with "Jew," "Lew," "New," ect. The Ojibway word "Kiwanis" is very popular. It's pronounced as "Koo-a-nis." In Ojibway it means "noise." It supposedly also means "Foolish Noise." However, that may be pronounced "Kiwanisiwin," which is pronounced "Koo-a-ni-soo-in." It could also mean "Full of Noise." They possibly misinterpreted what it means!



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