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Shoal Lake 34 B2, Shoal Lake First Nation


Located in the western portion of northwestern Ontario, is the Chippewa settlement of Shoal Lake 34 B2, which is one of three Reserves which makes up the Shoal Lake First Nation. Latest population estimate (2006) puts the population of shoal lake 34 b2 at 126, which is lower than the 2001 population estimate of 140. There are 54 housing units in the small settlement, of which 40 are occupied. That gives the settlement a 3.1 persons per housing unit average, which is about normal for Chippewa settlements. The Anishinabe language is doing good at this Chippewa settlement with at least 35 people still speaking Anishinabe. All people in this settlement are Indian. Below are several links to pictures of the Chippewa settlement of Shoal Lake 34 B2, Ontario.



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Shoal Lake Full Photograph From Above

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Shoal Lake Photograph From Above

Shoal Lake Photograph From Above

Shoal Lake Photograph From Above

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