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Walpole Island, Ontario


This Ojibway town is located at Walpole Islands west end, adjacent to St. Clair River. Below are several google earth photos of Walpole Island Town. It's one of several small towns at this Ojibway Reserve which is situated adjacent to Lake St. Clair. Detroit is only a few miles to their southwest. Their housing units are located along River Road, Tecumseh Road, Firehall Road, Library Road and Dewegan Lane. According to 2016's census, on-Reserve population of this Ojibway Reserve in Ontario, is 1,589. This small town has around 50 to 60 housing units. Walpole Island Town has a population of from 100 to 150. According to 2016's census, this Reserves average household size is 2.6 persons per household. Canada does not include information about Reserve towns and their populations. However, this Reserve has as many as 5 areas that can be classified as towns or CDP's or census designated places.



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