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Wuskwi Sipihk First Nation


To learn about a history of Sapotaweyak and Wuskwi Sipihk First Nation, we have to research Saulteaux Ojibway's from old Swan River Reserve. When Treaty 4 was signed between Saulteaux Ojibway's and Canada, in 1874, chief Ow-tah-pee-ka-kaw (his name means key) agreed to treaty by signing an adhesion to Treaty 4 on September 24, 1875. Below are several google earth photos of Wuskwi Sipihk. Their a community of Kasba Reservation which is an Ojibway Reservation. According to 2016's census, their population is 154. They have 41 dwellings with all lived in. They are native to Shoal River and Lake Winnipegosis region of Manitoba. Swan River Reserve was supposedly eradicated because of flooding. However, it was greed for farm land. Most Ojibway's from Swan River Reserve relocated to Cote, Keeseekoose and The Key in Saskatchewan. Those that stayed are known today as Sapotaweyak and Wuskwi Siphk First Nation. They are being fooled by whites.



Wuskwi Sipihk From Road

Wuskwi Sipihk From Road

Wuskwi Sipihk From Road

Wuskwi Sipihk From Road

Wuskwi Sipihk From Road

Wuskwi Sipihk From Road

Wuskwi Sipihk From Road

Wuskwi Sipihk From Road

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