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Waywayseecappo, Manitoba


Located in west-southern Manitoba, about 20 miles from the Saskatchewan border, is the Ojibway settlement of Waywayseecappo. Latest population estimate (2016) puts the settlements population at 1,509. The population at the settlement has dropped 8 from the 2001 population estimate. There are 325 housing units in the settlement, of which 325 are currently occupied. That gives Waywayseecappo around a 4.2 persons per housing unit average which is about normal for Ojibway settlements. Unfortunately, the Anishinabe language is not doing well at this Reserve. There are too many whites in that region. Only around 235 still speak Anishinabe there. Most of them probably speak Ojibway as a second language.There are about 15 non Indians living there. Below are several links to pictures of the Ojibway settlement of Waywayseecappo, Manitoba.



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