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Moose Mountain First Nation


This well kept secret is located in southeastern Saskatchewan. It is also known as Moose Mountain Plateau. Moose Mountain Plateau is very similar to Turtle Mountain Plateau of North Dakota and Manitoba. Moose Mountain Plateau covers around 450 sq. mi. or 1,165 sq. km. In late 19th century, Canada reached treaty agreements with Ojibway leaders, about setting aside this plateau as a Reserve. In 1877, an agreement was reached with White Bear Chippewa's led by ogima (chief) Wa-bi-mak-wa, which established White Bear First Nation. A couple of years later, more agreements were reached with Ocean Man and Pheasant Rump Ojibway's, which established their First Nations. Ocean Man and Pheasant Rump Reserves, were located in Moose Mountain Plateau's west, while White Bear Reserve was set aside in it's eastern part. This entire plateau was set aside to be an Ojibway Reserve. That changed in 1901 when Canada forced both Ocean Man and Pheasant Rump Ojibway's, to cede their Reserve and amalgamate (forced them to relocate to White Bear Reserve) with White Bear Ojibway's. Canada's actions were illegal and broke treaty agreements. However, they did reach an agreement with some bogus Lakota's (they were really Ojibway's) in 1986, in which they again recognized Pheasant Rump Reserve. They excluded Ojibway's. Read Seven Fires Prophecy to learn why! In 1992, Canadians purchased 7,966 hectares or 19,684 acres and granted them to Pheasant Rump Reserve and granted them Reserve Status. Ocean Man Reserve also gained Reserve Status in 1992. Don't bother searching an internet to learn if Ocean Man, Pheasant Rump, and White Bear First Nations are Ojibway! They are! They knew they stood a better chance of getting government money if they claimed they were Cree and Lakota. At current time, only White Bear Reserve and Pheasant Rump Reserve, are within Moose Mountain Plateau. Ocean Man Reserve is located just west of Moose Mountain Plateau. Moose Mountain First Nation is Moose Mountain Plateau's entire land area. It covers 1,165 sq. km. or 450 sq. mi. Their population is 1,083. Below are pictures of a forest at Moose Mountain Plateau.



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