Dauphin River First Nation


This Ojibway Kasba Reservation community is located along western shores of Lake Winnipeg. Population is 226 according to 2011's census. They are located between Lake Winnipeg and Lake Winnipegosis. They are signatories to Treaty 2. However, there is evidence indicating they actually signed Treaty 5 at Norway House, or as a part of Ojibway's who relocated south to Fisher River. As a result of flooding in 2011, their community has no population. There may be a even greater Great Lake merging between Lakes Manitoba and Winnipeg. Their leaders have to consider relocating inland to avoid flooding in that region.



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