North Caribou Lake First Nation
This Ojibway Kasba Reservation community known as North Caribou Lake First Nation (Ke-wa-tin Ah-dig Ga-mi), is located in northwestern Ontario. It is an isolated settlement. Their population is 886 according to 2016's census. They have 266 dwellings with 241 lived in. Average household size is 3.7 persons per household. Around 430 speak Ojibway Language at North Caribou Lake First Nation. Lake known as North Caribou, is actually well east of this isolated Ojibway town. They signed an adhesion to Treaty 9 in 1929. Recently, this isolated community had a bridge built which now connects it to white communities well to their south. It signals an end to their survival. They are now open to an all out invasion. Ojibway Language will disappear. Their population will decrease. Their good times are finished.