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Witchekan Lake First Nation


These Saulteaux Ojibway's live on Witchekan Lakes westside. Below are links to google earth photos of Green Lake village and a map of their Reserve. Canada has an obligation to fulfill. They are so idiotic they think they are Cree now. We know from history, that they are Saulteaux Ojibway's. Only after their leader died in early 20th century, did they take on a false Cree identity. They were among chief Big Bears Saulteaux Ojibway's that evaded treaty after 1885's Northwest Rebellion. After 1885's War, these non treaty Ojibway's continued to live life as they had always. Fishing and hunting was how they subsisted, with occasional trade. Chief Big Bear never signed treaty ceding his Reserve after 1885's War. In 1913, Witchekan Lake First Nation Reserve's original boundaries included land well east of Witchekan Lake. They requested for Reserve in 1909. In 1909, Canada was up to no good and demanded of Saulteaux Ojibway leaders at Moosoomin/Thunderchild Reserve, that they surrender their Reserve. This is why we know chief Rocky Boy is involved. Another major forced relocation of chief Rocky Boy's Montana Ojibway Subjects happened in 1909. Saulteaux Ojibway's living at Jackfish Lake became concerned. Canada reached an agreement to relocate Saulteaux Ojibway's that lived at Moosoomin/Thunderchild Reserve, to Jackfish Lakes region. In response to an influx of Ojibway People to land around Jackfish Lake, Canada then set aside land adjacent to Witchekan Lake, for Saulteaux Ojibway's from Jackfish Lake and sent many to Pelican Lake Reserve. In October of 1912, chief of Witchekan Lake Saulteaux Ojibway's Kawkaykeesick, sent letter to James McKay for support in getting a Reserve for his subjects. He told McKay that non treaty Saulteaux Ojibway's had lived in that region for about 40 years. This aligns with an Ojibway Exodus from Montana to Canada, in 1876. Supposedly chief Kawkaykeesick was one of four sons of an Ojibway leader named Osawapisk. It is thought that chief Osawapisk traveled by horse from an east location, to Witchekan Lake. WLFR is a community of Big Bears Reserve. Their on-Reserve population is 335 according to 2016's census. They have 80 dwellings with 73 lived in. Average household size is 4.6 persons per household. Around 110 speak Corrupted Ojibway Language which is what Lewis and Clark called Cree Language. We have been told by prophecy to find evidence along a trail. That's what we are doing. Ojibway People from Witchekan Lake, are from Battle River and North Saskatchewan River Ojibway's and, of course, Ojibway People from Montana.



Satellite Image of Witchekan Lake Village

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