Eagle Lake First Nation


This Saulteaux Ojibway Eagle Lake First Nation is located north of Minnesota and is situated along Eagle Lake's northeast shores. This small Ojibway Reserve covers 32.79 sq. km. or 12.6 sq. mi. They have much in common with Minnesota Ojibway's. On-Reserve Population of this Ojibway Treaty 3 community of Eagle Lake First Nation, is 224 according to 2016's census. They have 100 dwellings with 97 lived in. Average household size is 2.3 persons per household which well below normal for Ojibway communities. They'd pronounce Eagle Lake in Ojibway as "Mig-i-zi Ga-mi." Zagaigan means Reservior in Ojibway. Around 45 people speak Ojibway at this town.



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