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Fort Alexander First Nation


This Ojibway First Nation is located within Clandeboye Ojibway Reserve. Below are links to google earth photos of Fort Alexander First Nation. It is located along southeastern shores of Lake Winnipeg, in Manitoba. Their on-Reserve population is 1,929 according to 2016's census. Their population decreased from 2,099 in 2011, to 1,929 in 2016. In 2006, their population was 2,121. That's a loss of 192 people. They have 790 dwellings with 524 lived in. Average household size is 3.6 persons per household. Around 290 people speak Ojibway Language at Fort Alexander First Nation.



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Fort Alexander Road Closeup

Fort Alexander Road Closeup

Fort Alexander Road Closeup

Fort Alexander Road Closeup

Fort Alexander Road Closeup

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