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Sucker Creek First Nation of Ontario


This band of Ojibway's live on Manitoulin Island, near Lake Huron, in Ontario, Canada. Below are google earth photos of this Ojibway town. According to 2016's census, this Ojibway Reserve has on on-Reserve population of 372. They have 144 housing units with all lived in. Average household size is 2.6 persons per household. Around 70 people speak Ojibway at Sucker Creek First Nation. In Ojibway, they call this location Na-ma-bin Sip-piiz. Of course, it means Suck Creek. Their ancestors signed 1836's Manitoulin Island Treaty which set aside all of Manitoulin Island to be an Ojibway Reserve. It's yet an Ojibway Reserve because they never agreed to cede all of Manitoulin Island Reserve. Ogima Sagima led Ojibway's to Manitoulin Island (Ghost Island) during very early 16th century expeditions from a western location. From Ghost or Spirit Island, Ojibway people commenced to colonize locations to their north, south and east. They were preparing to fight white invaders.



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