Anishinabe
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Rocky Boy Tribe
of
Chippewa Indians of
Montana










Muskoday, Saskatchewan


Prince Albert is located 12 miles northwest of Muskoday, Saskatchewan. Some of the boreal forest which covered the area before the whites invaded, is still found in the Muskoday region. According to the 2011 census, the population of Muskoday is 688. It increased by 135 from the 2006 census. Muskoday, Saskatchewan covers 98.72 sq. km., or 38.2 sq. mi. The number of housing units in Muskoday is 214 with 208 occupied. Muskoday has an average houseold size of 3.3 persons per housing unit which is below normal for Chippewa settlements. The Anishinabe language is barely in use there. Around 50 speak Cree but the Cree are really the northern Ojibways. Supposedly the Chippewa's of Muskoday originally lived at the Selkirk Reserve which was about 15 miles from Winnipeg. After Louis Riel led the white uprising in 1869-1870, the Chippewa's agreed to relocate away from the Winnipeg region. Many fled north, while many others migrated to the Muskoday, Saskatchewan region. Winnipeg, Manitoba is Chippewa domain. A few years after Louis Riel led the 1869-1870 white uprising in Manitoba, he moved to Montana and helped to establish white settlements there. He also instigated trouble in Alberta and Saskatchewan, by establishing white colonies. His actions were not to help Indians nor mixed bloods but the whites. You are being played. Below are several google earth photos of Muskoday, Saskatchewan.



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Muskoday Full Photograph From Above

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