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Grand Rapids, Manitoba


Located along Lake Winnipegs northwestern shores in north central Manitoba, is an Ojibway community known as Grand Rapids. Below are links to google earth photos of Grand Rapids, Manitoba. According to 1875's Treaty 5, Saulteaux Ojibway's lived at this location. According to 2016's census, this Ojibway community has a population of 268. 2006's census reported the population of Grand Rapids to be 336. Ojibway's numbered 195, while whites numbered 135. There are 135 total housing units in Grand Rapids, with 98 lived in year round. Average household size at Grand Rapids is 3.3 persons per household. In Ojibway, they name this community Misi Bawitig or in this regions Ojibway dialect, Misi Pawistic.



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Grand Rapids From Road

Grand Rapids From Road

Grand Rapids From Road

Grand Rapids From Road

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