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Pic Mobert First Nation


This community of Ojibway Indians live 34 miles east of Lake Superior, along southern shores of White Lake. Kichidabadik Inlet is to their north. Below are google earth photos of Pic Mobert First Nation land. Their Reserve is very small which is an indicator Canada lied when 1850's Robinson-Superior Treaty was signed. It covers 2.24 sq. km. or 0.9 sq. mi. Their land is within 1850's Robinson-Superior Treaty land area. Pic Mobert First Nation on-Reserve population is 322 according to 2016's census. They have 119 dwellings with 113 lived in. Average household size is 2.8 persons per household. Ojibway Language is no longer spoken at Pic Mobert First Nation. They name their communities "Net-mi-zaag-ga-mig Nish-naa-beg." They also use Net-a-mi-sa-ko-mik as well.



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