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Grand Rapids First Nation


Located in central Manitoba, is the Ojibway Misipawistik Ojibway Reserve community known as Grand Rapids First Nation. Below are links to google earth photos of this Ojibway community. In Ojibway, Grand Rapids or Great Falls, is pronounced "Ki-chi Ba-wi or Ki-chi Pa-wi." Diminutive of "Ba-wi or Pa-wi," is "Ba-wis and Pa-wis." According to 2016's census, Grand Rapids First Nation population is 868. That does not include those living with whites. They have 234 dwellings with 225 lived in. Average houseold size is 3.9 persons per household. Around 205 speak Corrupted Ojibway Language. Lewis and Clark called Cree Language Corrupted Ojibway Language. Below is an excerpt from text from 1875's Treaty 5. What you must understand and not be fooled by, is information regarding Saskatchewan Rivers mouth. It's located where Grand Rapids is. It clearly tells you it was Saulteaux Ojibway's who signed that treaty. When you read Treaty 5's excerpt text below (it is in green text color), remember that Saskatchewan Rivers mouth is located at Grand Rapids. They, the whites, are liars. Ojibway leaders would never accept land allotments as being their Reserves. They knew better. Those whites lied.



Saskatchewan Rivers Mouth

Grand Rapids Road Closeup

Grand Rapids Road Closeup

Grand Rapids Road Closeup

Grand Rapids Road Closeup

Grand Rapids Road Closeup

Grand Rapids Road Closeup

Grand Rapids Road Closeup

Grand Rapids Road Closeup



Treaty 5


We, the Band of the Saulteaux Tribe of Indians residing at the mouth of the Saskatchewan River, on both sides thereof, having had communication of the foregoing treaty, hereby, and in consideration of the provisions of the said treaty being extended to us, transfer, surrender and relinquish to Her Majesty the Queen, Her heirs and successors, to and for the use of the Government of Canada, all our right, title and privileges whatsoever, which we have or enjoy in the territory described in the said treaty, and every part thereof, to have and to hold to the use of Her Majesty the Queen and Her heirs and successors for ever. And Her Majesty agrees, through the said Commissioners, to assign a reserve of sufficient area to allow one hundred and sixty acres to each family of five, or in that proportion for larger or smaller families-such reserve to be laid off and surveyed next year on the south side of the River Saskatchewan.



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