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Lac Simon First Nation


Located in Quebec, Lac Simon is an Ojibway First Nation. Below are links to google earth photos of this Ojibway town. Their reserve land is not much yet citizens of Lac Simon First Nation do have access to land areas in close proximity to their Reserve, which offer them opportunities to fish, hunt and trap. Canada likely reserved large areas of land for Lac Simon First Nation Algonquins to be used for fishing, hunting and trapping, which more than a few take advantage of. Though many continue to fish and hunt, they are accustomed to a modern way of live. Canada is trying to assimilate these Ojibway's of Lac Simon. Their on-Reserve population is 1,380 according to 2016's census. They have 322 dwellings with 312 lived in. Average household size is 4.3 persons per household. Algonquin Dialect of Ojibway Language is spoken at Lac Simon First Nation. According to 2016's census, 450 people speak Ojibway. Their nation is very small. It covers an area of land of 3.2 sq. km. or 1.2 sq. mi. They obviously signed Treaty 9 on June 7, 1906 at Abitibi. They were under Abitibi authority. However, Canada supposedly only dealt with Ojibway's in Ontario when signings to Treaty 9 happened. They later had to include these Quebec Ojibway's. They are not being honest about Lac Simon Ojibway participation in Treaty 9 negotiations.



Map of Lac Simon Reserve

Lac Simon Road Closeup

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