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Swan Lake First Nation


This Saulteaux Ojibway community is located 25 miles or 40.2 kilometers north of North Dakota, within Portage la Prairie Ojibway Reserve. Below are several links to google earth photos of this Ojibway First Nations town. Swan Lake First Nation has a population of 347. They have 139 dwellings with 127 lived in. Average household size is 2.7 persons per household. Around 50 speak Ojibway at Swan Lake First Nation. These Ojibway's from Swan Lake, have little room for their town to expand. Their Reserve covers a land area of 27.72 sq. km. or 10.7 sq. mi. There is another Reserve belonging to them named Swan Lake 7A which is 27.4 miles or 44.2 kilometers to their northwest. It has an on-Reserve population of 23 according to 2016's census. In 2011, Swan Lake 7A population was 49. They have 6 dwellings with 6 lived in. Average household size is 4.0 persons per household. It don't make sense. If they had 6 dwellings in 2011, their average household size would have been 8.0 persons per household. Their real Reserve is located north and shared with Dakota Plain, Long Plain and Roseau River.



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Swan Lake Road Closeup

Swan Lake Road Closeup

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Swan Lake 7A Road Closeup

Swan Lake 7A Road Closeup

Swan Lake 7A Road Closeup

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