Hollow Water First Nation

This Ojibway Kasba Reservation community is located along Lake Winnipeg's eastern shores. Their population is 562 according to a 2016 census. That does not include Hollow Water First Nation citizens who live in white communities. They also go by Hole or Hole Water. In Ojibway, they pronounce it as Paag Ni-bi which means Hole or Hollow Water. They have 202 dwellings. However, only 164 are lived in. There has been a decline in population. Average household size is 3.5 persons per household. Many people at Hollow Water First Nation continue to speak Ojibway. According to 2016's census, 115 people speak Ojibway at Hollow Water. That's about a fifth of this town's population.

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