Muskoday First Nation


This Ojibway community is located close to Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Below are google earth photos of their community. Their on-Reserve population is 647 according to 2016's census. They have 217 dwellings with 205 lived in. Average household size is 3.1 persons per household. Ojibway Language is no longer spoken at Muskoday First Nation. These Ojibway's are not native to Saskatchewan. They originally lived at St. Peters Reserve in southern Manitoba. They relocated to their current location in late 19th century. They are to cowardly to follow prophecy. They are in process of deliberately losing their Ojibway Nationality. Southern Manitoba is Ojibway Territory. These people know who they are yet prophecy is causing them to weaken. Cree People are Ojibway. If they speak Ojibway, they are Ojibway. Muskoday First Nation was established in 1876, after chief John Smith signed a treaty in which this First Nation was created. John Smith was one of six Smith brothers who led many Ojibway's to southeastern Saskatchewan. Historians claim they originally lived near Winnipeg, Manitoba. St. Peters Reserve was located a few miles northeast of Winnipeg, near Selkirk.



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