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Whitefish Lake First Nation of Ontario


This Ojibway community is located a few miles north of Lake Huron. In Ojibway, it's name is Whitefish or A-tig-a-meg. Below are several google earth photos of Whitefish Lake First Nation. They are signatories to September 9, 1850's Robinson-Huron Treaty. So are the Whitefish River Ojibway's and Point Grondine Ojibways. In fact, all three are the same Reserve. Chief Wabakekik or Waubekeke, signed for Whitefish River and chief Shawenakishick or Shawenekeshick, signed for Whitefish Lake. Chief Kitcheposkissegan (Papasainse) signed for the Point Grondine Ojibways. Chief Wabakekik was set aside a Reserve 9 miles in front or in width and extending 15 miles inland. It is located near Killarney, Ontario. It should extend to Whitefish Rivers mouth which is 2/3 of a mile or 1.0 kilometers to the west. His Reserve covers 135 sq. mi. or 349.6 sq. km. Chief Shawenakishick was set aside a Reserve between Whitefish River and Wanabitaseke River (Wahnapitae River). Supposedly 7 miles inland or extending 21 miles inland. Chief Kitcheposkissegan or Papasainse, was set aside a Reserve extending 18 miles inland and 4 miles in front or width. His Reserve covers 72 sq. mi. or 186.5 sq. km. Ojibway leaders considered 1 mile to be 1 league or 3 miles. So Whitefish Rivers mouth is the western boundary and Wahnapitae Rivers mouth is the eastern boundary.



All three Reserves must be known as Whitefish Lake Reserve. It's 42 miles or 108.8 kilometers between Whitefish Rivers mouth and Wahnapitae Rivers mouth. It's a rather large Reserve that covers close to 1,000 sq. mi. or 1,000s of sq. km. According to 2018's census, on-Reserve population of Whitefish Lake First Nation of Ontario, is 389. In Ojibway, Whitefish Lake is pronounced as Ga-mi A-tig-a-meg. They have 257 total housing units yet only 131 are lived in regularly which means their leaders are allowing whites to invade and colonize their land. That must stop. About 13.9% of the people living at Whitefish Lake First Nation speak Ojibway. At Whitefish River First Nation, according to 2018's census, on-Reserve population is 406. They have 267 total housing units yet only 186 are lived in year round which means their leaders are allowing whites to invade and colonize their nation. That must stop. About 20.6% of the population speaks Ojibway. In Ojibway, Whitefish River is pronounced Sip-pi A-tig-a-meg. No one lives at Point Grondine Reserve. Place your detectives at these Ojibway community's to spy on their leaders. Preordain 19th century Ojibway Traditionalists to migrate north and west, to avoid what happened. Canada did not honor treaty agreements.



2018 on-Reserve population - 795

Total Housing Units - 524

Total Housing Units lived In Year Round - 317

Average Household Size - 2.6 Persons Per Household at Whitefish River - 3.0 Persons Per Household at Whitefish Lake

Language - English/Ojibway

Religion - Christianity - They Are anti-Christ or anti-Savior - They Favor Extermination. Either you accept Genocide or Renounce being a Christian.





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