Located in far northern Manitoba, on Reindeer Lakes northern shores, is an Ojibway Kasba Reservation community of Barren Lands or Brochet. Barren Lands First Nation,
which is one of many settlements of Kasba Reservation, has a population of 403. They are from an Ojibway People known as Reindeer Lake Ojibwa's. They are not to be
confused with those Deer Lake Ojibway's in northwest Ontario who were bought to corrupt these Reindeer Lake Ojibway People. Remember, Treaty Five adhesions in
1909 and 1910, wrote about white negotiators going from Reindeer Lake to Churchill then to York Factory. White historians are trying to fool you by writing they
commenced at Deer Lake (Reindeer Lake) in northwest Ontario, then went to Churchill then to York Factory, which makes no sense.