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Wikwemikong, Wikwemikong First Nation


Located on Manitoulin Island in Ontario, is the Ojibway settlement of Wik-wem-i-kong. Below are several links to google earth photos of Wikwemikong, Ontario. Latest population estimate (2011) for this Reserve is 2,592. Most of the people live at the community of Wik-wem-i-kong. Other communities include Bu-zwa, Ka-bo-ni, Mai-an-gow-i, Two O'Clock, Wa-bo-zo-min-is-sing and Wik-wem-i-kon-sing. There are 1,005 housing units within the Reserve with most at Wik-wem-i-kong. The Anishinabe language is not doing well at this Ojibway, Ottawa, and Potawatomi Reserve with 970 knowing some degree of Anishinabe. Nearly all people who live at Wik-wem-i-kong only speak English. Around 350 (a little more than 10%) or so use Anishinabe almost on a daily basis.



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