Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana






White Bear First Nation


Located near Carlyle, Saskatchewan, which is in southeastern Saskatchewan, is White Bear First Nation. There are two Reserves which make up this First Nation. They cover an area of 17,229 total hectares or 42,573 total acres. Total on-Reserve population is 738 according to a 2011 census. Total number of housing units is 1,036 which means leaders of this Ojibway Reserve are allowing whites to invade and colonize their nation. Place your detectives at this Ojibway Reserve or community to spy on their leaders. Preordain 19th century Ojibway Traditionalists to migrate far north to avoid what happened. Find those Ojibway leaders who first allowed whites to invade and colonize White Bear Reserve and do not allow them to live again. That's law. Letting on that they don't care about Indians being exterminated is an outrage. As mentioned, they are allowing whites to invade and colonize their nation. White Bear First Nation is actually Moose Mountain Plateau or Moose Mountain Reserve, which covers 1,165 sq. km. or 450 sq. mi. Ocean Man and Pheasant Rump First Nations, are also a part of Moose Mountain First Nation. In 1901, both Ocean Man and Pheasant Rump were forced to amalgamate with White Bear Reserve. It coincides with chief Rocky Boy finding new Reservations for Montana Ojibway's. White Bear Reserve or Moose Mountain Reserve, is another of chief Rocky Boy's Reservations. After relocating to Moose Mountains in 1901 or 1902, Canada forced Ojibway leaders to cede most of their Moose Mountains Reserve. In history, Ojibway ogima (chief) who signed treaty which set aside Moose Mountain Plateau to be an Ojibway Reserve, was probably ogima White Bear (Wa-bi Mac-wa). Another Ojibway leader who was instrumental in having Moose Mountain Plateau set aside as an Ojibway Reserve, was ogima Ocean Man (Kit-chay ga-may Na-bay or Kit-chay Ga-may Nin-nay). Adhesions to treaty four on September 9, 1875 established this First Nation. Click here to learn more about Moose Mountain Reserve.

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