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North Caribou Lake


Located in far northwestern Ontario, far from any white settlements, is the small Chippewa Treaty 9 Reservation settlement of North Caribou Lake. Since the settlement is located in a region which allows the citizens of North Caribou Lake to fish, hunt, and trap, it is carried out. The settlement is also known as Weagamow Lake or Wi-ya-ga-ma Za-ga-i-gan. Latest population estimate puts the population of Weagamow Lake at 700 but it is much higher. There are supposedly 232 housing units in the settlement with 218 occupied. Of the total population, around 430 speak Anishinabe. And 225 Speak Anishinabe as the main language. All citizens of Weagamow Lake are Indian. Below is a link to a picture of the Chippewa Treaty 9 Reservation settlement of North Caribou Lake.



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