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Green Lake, Saskatchewan


Named for the long lake just to the south, Green Lake is a small settlement with a population of 361 according to 2006's census. Below are several google earth photos of Green Lake, Saskatchewan. 2016's census reported Green Lakes population to be 429. Ojibway People make up 345 of this villages population of 361 according to 2006's census. Employment may be why the population of Green Lake, Saskatchewan dropped. The community has 168 housing units, which gives Green Lake an average household size of 2.5 persons per housing unit. The community covers 122.0 sq. km. or 47.1 sq. mi. Many of the streets are unpaved. Though Green Lake covers a large area most of the homes are located in a very small area. At least 125 of the residents speak Cree which Lewis and Clark named Corrupted Ojibway.



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