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(January 2019)








Wikwemikong First Nation


This band of Ojibway Indians live on Manitoulin Island within Lake Huron. Below are google earth photos of their main town. They signed 1836's Manitoulin Island Treaty which set aside all of Cockburn and Manitoulin Islands, to be an Ojibway Reserve. England was too Cowardly to honor treaty and broke treaty in 1862. It's known as 1862's McDougall Treaty. It's fraudulent. According to a 2016 census, population of Wikwemikong First Nation, is 2,500. They have 1,096 dwellings with 972 lived in. Average household size is 2.5 persons per household. Around 1,135 speak Ojibway Language at Wikwemikong First Nation. In Ojibway, Wikwemikong means "Beaver at the Bay." They placed Bay or "Wi-kwe" before Beaver or "Mic." Translated without using a locative, it's Bay Beaver. Using a locative it's Wi-kwe Mic Ong or Bay Beaver On. It should be written this way: Ong Wi-kwe Mic. It means On Bay Beaver. Beaver Bay is it's real name or in Ojibway it's "A-mic Wi-kre" or "Wi-kre A-mic" if you write it as Bay Beaver. Wikwemikong First Nation covers a land area of 414.01 sq. km. or 160.0 sq. mi. They have several communities within their small nation. They include Buzwa, Kaboni, Maiangowi, Two O'Clock, Wabozo Minis (Rabbit Island), Wi-kwe Mik-ong and Wi-kwe Mi-cos or Little Beaver Bay or Little Bay Beaver.



Map of Wikwemikong Reserve

Wikwemikong From Road

Wikwemikong From Road

Wikwemikong From Road

Wikwemikong From Road

Wikwemikong From Road

Wikwemikong From Road

Wikwemikong From Road

Wikwemikong From Road

Wikwemikong From Road

Wikwemikong From Road

Wikwemikong From Road

Wikwemikong From Road

Wikwemikong From Road

Wikwemikong From Road

Wikwemikong From Road

Wikwemikong From Road

Wikwemikong From Road

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