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Asubpeeschoseewagong First Nation

This band of Ojibway Indians live in far western northwestern Ontario, adjacent to Albany River. Their a community of Kasba Reservation. According to 2016's census, on-Reserve population of Asubpeeschoseewagong, is 638. They have 223 total housing units with 198 lived in year round. Average household size is 3.3 persons per household. Around 200 continue to speak Ojibway at this Ojibway town. Their community goes by name of Asubpeeschowagong. They spell it like this in Ojibway: A-sa-biin-yash-ko-si-wag-ong. They tend to include a locative (ong) for Ojibway communities which is not necessary. It should be written as "Mash Ah-gas-san." If you want to use a locative it's "Mash Ah-gas-sa-naag." Their community is nearly isolated. Highway 671 connects it to Kenora, Ontario, which is 35 miles or 56.3 kilometers to their southwest.

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