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Kinistin, Kinistin First Nation


Located about 150 and 188 miles to the northeast of Regina, Saskatchewan, are the two Chippewa Kinistin Reserves. The one which is the closest to Regina, is the Reserve with the population. The population there is 271. Total number of housing units is 80, which gives the settlement a 3.4 persons per housing unit average, which is close to what Chippewa settlements average. Of the population of 271, 125 still speak Anishinabe. The entire population is Indian. This Reserve was set aside in 1901, for the Chippewa's who were a part of chief Kinistin's followers. Below are several links to pictures of the other Reserve about 33 miles away. Using google earth to view the main Kinistin settlement is not possible. The satellite images are too blurred. I don't know if any Chippewa's live at the smaller Reserve, which the pictures are from.



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