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Red Sucker Lake First Nation
This Ojibway Kasba Reservation community known as Red Sucker Lake First Nation, is an isolated community located in northeastern Manitoba. According to 2016's census, their population was 675. They have 211 dwellings with 144 lived in. Average household size is 4.7 persons per household. Around 425 speak Ojibway Language at Red Sucker Lake First Nation. They are closely related to Island Lake Ojibway's. Many of them came up from a southeast location and east location. They suspect that because of their language. Red Sucker Lake First Nation is 16 miles or 26 kilometers northeast of Island Lake. They are supposedly signatories to Treaty 9 which they supposedly signed on August 13, 1909 at Island Lake.