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Stony Rapids


Located about 12 miles northeast of Black Lake or Chicken 224, Stony Rapids is another Anishinabe Chippewan settlement located a few miles east of Lake Athabasca, in far northern Saskatchewan. Stony Rapids is even closer to the Northwest Territories than Black Lake. It is about 51 miles south of Northwest Territories. Stony Rapids must be considered a settlement of the Chippewan Akaitcho Nation. According to the 2011 census, the population of Stony Rapids is 243. Non Indians number around 45 or about a fifth of the Stony Rapids population. Around 140 speak the corrupted Dene form of the Anishinabe Language. Stony Rapids has 81 housing units. The average household size is 3.0 persons per housing unit. Below is a link to a map of the Akaitcho Nation settlement of Stony Rapids.



Map of Stony Rapids


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