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Lac La Croix First Nation


This Saulteaux Ojibway Lac La Croix First Nation is located north of Minnesota, within Savanne Ojibway Reserve. Population of Lac La Croix First Nation is 177 according to 2016's census. That does not include those living with whites. They have 76 dwellings with 60 lived in. Average household size is 3.0 persons per household. Ojibway Language is widely spoken. Around 95 people speak Ojibway at Lac la Croix First Nation. Though Lac la Croix was originally a part of Couchiching Reserve and managed by Couchiching Agency, their location is adjacent to Quetico Park which means we have to include Lac la Croix First Nation as within Savanne Ojibway Reserve. Lac la Croix is nearly isolated. Thus, they have continued to speak their native Ojibway!



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