Brunswick House First Nation


This Ojibway Indians Brunswick House First Nation is located 2.5 miles southeast of Chapleau, Ontario. Below are links to google earth photos of their town. Their on-Reserve population is 85 (it's probably over 100) according to 2016's census. They have 38 dwellings (using google earth you can count around 45 housing units) with 33 lived in. Average household size is 2.4 persons per household which is below normal for Ojibway communities. Ojibway Language is no longer spoken at Brunswick House First Nation. On July 25, 1906 their leaders signed Treaty 9. They are probably signatories to 1850's Robinson-Superior Treaty. That be with Michipicoten. When Treaty 9 was negotiated, these Ojibway People were known by another name. On June 1, 1925 Canada broke treaty and established Chapleau Game Preserve where these Ojibway People live. They also forbid Ojibway's from hunting and trapping. In 1973, corrupt white leaders again intruded and forced these Ojibway People to relocate closer to Chapleau which is a white city. Canada is trying to assimilate them. They were left with very little land. Their Reserve is very small. It's 1.85 sq. km. or 0.7 sq. mi. Chapleau Game Preserve is possibly Michipicoten Reserve that was set aside in 1850. It covers 7,000 sq. km. or 2,700 sq. mi. We have to investigate this more to find out if Chapleau Game Preserve is, in fact, Michipicoten Reserve. We have to follow evidence along a trail as told to do by prophecy.



Map of possible Real Michipicoten Reserve

Satellite Image of their Town

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