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Saulteaux First Nation of Saskatchewan


These Ojibway People are an only Ojibway People in central-western Saskatchewan, clinging to their Saulteaux Ojibway identity. Below are google earth photos of their land. They are a community of Big Bears Reserve. All others are in fear of prophecy. According to 2016's census, Saulteaux First Nation has an on-Reserve population of 499. They have two communities. Main one is located near Jackfish Lake. It has a population of 473. It has 142 dwellings with 133 lived in. Average household size is 3.7 persons per household. Around 150 speak Corrupted Ojibway Language which is what Lewis and Clark called Cree Language. At Birch Lake or Ga-mi Wig-wass or Lake Birch, their population is 26. At Moosomin, which is adjacent to Saulteaux Reserve, their population according to 2016's census, is 724. Their combined population is 1,223 according to 2016's census. Both Saulteaux and Moosomin are within Big Bears Reserve.



Saulteaux Road Closeup

Saulteaux Road Closeup

Saulteaux Road Closeup

Saulteaux Road Closeup

Saulteaux Road Closeup

Saulteaux Road Closeup

Saulteaux Road Closeup

Saulteaux Road Closeup

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