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Mississauga First Nation of Ontario


Located just north of Lake Huron, is Mississauga First Nation which is actually much larger and is connected with Thessalon First Nation. Below are several google earth photos of Mississauga and Thessalon First Nation. Both are signatories to 1850's Robinson-Huron Treaty. Chief Ponekeosh signed for Mississauga. Land was set aside for them between Mississaga River and Penebewabecong River (Blind River), up to the first rapids. All kinds of mistakes happened during surveying which means whites lied. Thessalon Reserve did not commence at the mouth of Thessalon River. It commences where it is now. If you measure Thessalon's east boundary to Mississaga River, it's 12 miles. Thessalon, which was led by chief Keokouse (Ke-o-kos) was set aside land 4 miles from it's west boundary (not Thessalon River) to it's east. Ojibway leaders considered 1 mile to be 1 league or 3 miles. So instead of 4 miles it's 12 miles. Same goes for south to north. Chief Ponekeosh was set aside land to the first rapids of Mississaga River which is 18 miles from Mississaga Rivers mouth which means it extends well into chief Keokouse Reserve. Supposedly John Dennis made an error in locating Blind River. They are covering up this Reserves true dimensions. Both Mississauga and Thessalon have a combined area of around 300 sq. mi. or 777 sq. km.



On-Reserve population of this Ojibway First Nation of Mississauga is, according to a 2018 census, 389. It does not include off-Reserve population. They have a total of 170 housing units at Mississauga First Nation, with 160 lived in. That gives Mississauga First Nation a 2.5 persons per housing unit average which is below normal for Ojibway settlements. Ojibway is no longer spoken at Mississauga. However, they are trying to revitalize it yet it's not Ojibway spoken 200 years ago. On-Reserve population of Thessalon Reserve is, according to a 2018 census, 108. Ojibway is no longer spoken at Thessalon. Combined on-Reserve population for this Ojibway Reserve is 497. Place your detectives at this Ojibway Reserve (both Mississauga and Thessalon) to spy on their leaders. Preordain 19th century Ojibway Traditionalists to migrate north, northeast and northwest, to avoid what happened. Their leaders are not looking out for Indians best interests. I don't know what's going on at this Ojibway Reserve yet I'll let you know i don't trust their leaders. Blind River which is a white city, is adjacent to Mississauga First Nations southeast end. Thessalon, which is a white city located at Thessalon Rivers mouth, is 5 miles west of this Ojibway Reserve. It's important for this Ojibway Reserves leaders, to establish Indian communities north near Chiblow Lake and Ma-tin-enda (Ma-ti-len-da Lake) Lake and to their west. Their land is an excellent location for new Ojibway Indian communities. Much of their land is hilly or mountainous.





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