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Whitefish Bay 32A, Whitefish Bay Nirst Nation


Located in the western portion of northwestern Ontario, about 56 miles north of the Minnesota border, is the small Chippewa settlement of Whitefish Bay 32A, which is also known as Naotkamegwanning. There are three Reserves which make up the Whitefish Bay First Nation. This settlement is the largest and has a population of 622. There are 181 housing units in this settlement, of which 160 are occupied. The average household size for this community is about 3.9 persons per housing unit. That is normal for Chippewa settlements. Unlike some of the other Chippewa settlements located near white settlements, the Anishinabe language is doing well in this Chippewa community. Around 240 of the community's citizens continue to speak Anishinabe. And around 125 of that number use Anishinabe as their main language. All the people living in Whitefish Bay 32A are Indian. Below are several links to pictures of the Chippewa settlement of Whitefish Bay, Ontario.



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Whitefish Bay Full Photograph From Above

Whitefish Bay Photograph From Above

Whitefish Bay Photograph From Above

Whitefish Bay Photograph From Above

Whitefish Bay Photograph From Above

Whitefish Bay Photograph From Above

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