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Declaration of War (it's time to Sacrifice)


This is a message to a non white entity from the future. Prepare your soldiers for combat. The white boy is not going to man up. There is an increase in activity where i live which is no different from last year yet they are letting me know they are going to carry out a Genocidal Program to kill off Indians and blacks. I will not tolerate it. I can tell just from my website and email, what them whites are planning. Have your police follow police here in Great Falls, Montana. That be from the establishment of Great Falls, Montana Police Department in 1888, to well into the future from this time i live in. They can do what they want to them and their extended family lines. I suspect there are either government agents here where i live or agents from a future time. Have your soldiers (not police) follow them. They can do what they want to them and their extended family lines. Whoever is responsble for this increased activity will be held accountable. They could be from the future or from this time. I'm aware of what preordained means. Instruct your soldiers to wage war on those who are responsible and also wage war on their extended family lines. I have been promoting the Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana throughout my website and i know some entity is intruding. Do not allow any person or persons or entity or entities, who are a part of this conspiracy to kill off Indians and blacks, to live again. That's law. Genocide is very serious. It's obvious the white boy does not want to man up. I can tell you right off that white leaders from the future are far more determined to kill off Indians and blacks. They may be responsible. We are nothing to the future. The future thinks we are puppets. Those white leaders from the future, will kill any white leaders from this time who give in. It is important to wage war on them. We have no choice. They have power over this era. They can force their will to achieve what is important. Indian leaders are in a serious predicament. However, the future can pull strings for my goal of gaining Tribal Recognition at numerous Indian Reservations, for the Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana.



I will continue to try and gain Tribal recognition for the Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana, at numerous Reservations. I have done a great deal of research the last few months and from evidence i have discovered, chief Rocky Boy was set aside many Reservations in the United States, Canada and possibly Dominica and Puerto Rico. It deals with the infamous 10 an Acre Treaty which was ratified in April of 1904. Many forest Reserves were set aside ajacent to Indian Reservations for chief Rocky Boy who agreed to accept the infamous 10 an Acre Treaty for those Ojibway's who continued to refuse to recognize the infamous 10 an Acre Treaty. In Montana, Little Belt Forest Reserve or Black Hills Indian Reservation (thus the reason for why so many Ojibway's were in Helena in 1909), was set aside on August 16, 1902, as was Madison Forest Reserve or Black Hills Indian Reservation. Madison Forest Reserve is located south and west of Anaconda and Butte. During those times 1900-1908, a rather large Ojibway population lived there. Madison Forest Reserve was obviously a part of Lemhi Shoshone Reservation or added to Lemhi Shoshone Reservation. Flathead Forest Reserve or Black Hills Indian Reservation, was enlarged in 1903. I know from old newspaper articles many Ojibway's were living there years before 1903. Chief Rocky Boy led many there in 1902. Highwood Mountains Forest Reserve or Black Hills Indian Reservation, was set aside on January 1, 1903. Minnesota Forest Reserve which is known today as Chippewa National Forest, was set aside in June of 1902 for Montana Ojibway's led by chief Rocky Boy. Many other Montana Ojibway's were Deported to White Earth Reservation in late 1902. White historians are liars. On January 17, 1903 Luquillo Forest Reserve was set aside in Puerto Rico. I suspect it was set aside for Montana Ojibway's. In 1903, Carib Territory was set aside in Dominica. I suspect it was set aside for Montana Ojibway's. There may be at least 16 locations where land was set aside for Montana Ojibway's led by chief Rocky Boy, between March of 1902 and April of 1904. In Canada, land was set aside for Montana Ojibway's led by chief Rocky Boy, between 1902 and 1904. I must do more research to find those Reserves. In early 1902, chief Rocky Boy commenced a campaign to have new Ojibway Reservations set aside. It dealt with the infamous 10 an Acre Treaty which was ratified in April of 1904. Per treaty agreements with chief Rocky Boy, American leaders agreed to set aside new Reservations. Most were forests added to existing Reservations. I will also continue to try and gain Federal Recognition for the Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians here in Great Falls with a Reservation adjacent to Great Falls.



The Chippewa Treaty 8 Reservation

The Saulteau First Nations


Pukatawagan, Manitoba, Canada Weather Forecast

This band of Anishinabe Indians lived in northeastern British Columbia, when Treaty 8 was agreed upon in 1899. However, they did not sign (they were admitted) to Treaty 8 in 1914, along with the Hudson Hope Indian Bands who are now known as the West Moberly Lake First Nations. This Chippewa Reservation covers well over 100,000 sq. mi., or over 250,000 sq. km. Anishinabe historians have written that an Anishinabe ogima from southern Manitoba, was led by a prophecy which told him to lead a group of Anishinabe people from Manitoba who were starving as a result of the whites killing off the wild game, to a location which had a lake and twin peak mountains near the same said lake. White authorities considered the Anishinabe people led by either ogima Kahkhagooguns or ogima Napaneegwan (they have two accounts of this event), as renegades from the 1885 Northwest Rebellion and sent the Northwest Mounted Police after them.



Pukatawagan and Treaty 8

On August 10, 1898 a number of Anishinabe leaders signed an adhesion to Treaty 6. This happened in Manitoba and probably led to a short war and the signing of Treaty 8 which commenced on June 21, 1899. After the short 1898 War in British Columbia, Minnesota, and Ontario, white leaders knew more Anishinabe people had fled north into northern Ontario, northern Manitoba, northern Saskatchewan, northern British Columbia, and the Northwest Territories including what is now Nunavut. It was very difficult to not only find the Anishinabe leaders but to negotiate with them. What commenced on August 10, 1898 in Manitoba, would last for decades. Treaty 8, 9, 10, 11 and the adhesion signings to Treaty 6 on August 10, 1898; May 25, 1944; May 13, 1950; November 21, 1950; and the August 18, 1954 Cochin signing including the May 15, 1956 Cochin signing, are all related or about the same treaty, which is obviously Treaty 8. The Saulteaux Chippewa adhesion signings to Treaty 6 which happened between 1944 and 1956, must be treated as being Treaty 8 land. And the Chippewa Treaty 9 Reservation and Chippewa Treaty 11 Reservation and the Chippewa Nunavut Reservation, are actually a part of the Chippewa Treaty 8 Reservation.



The western Saulteaux Chippewa's (those living in western Alberta west of Rocky Mountain House into the Rocky Mountains of Alberta and British Columbia) land extends from Rocky Mountain House, to Saskatchewan River Crossing, to Jasper, then to Tete Jaune Cache then to just north of Prince George. From Jasper, it extends to Hinton, Alberta then to Edson, Alberta then to Wabamun Lake, Alberta then from the southern most part of Wabamun Lake to Highway 627. It then follows Highway 627 west to Highway 759 then to where Highway 759 meets the first road going west to Highway 22. It then follows Highway 22 to Drayton Valley. It then follows Highway 22 east to the location where Highway 22 turns south. It follows Highway 22 south to where it leads to Highway 616. It then follows Highway 616 east to Highway 761. It then follows Highway 761 south to Highway 13. It then follows Highway 13 to the southern border of Census Division 11.



It includes all of Division 9, Division 15. and the western part of Division 3, from the Blackfeet Reservation to Del Bonita, Alberta. Then it follows Highway 62 north to Magrath, Alberta. It then follows Highway 5 southeast to Spring Coulee, Alberta. It then follows Highway 505 west and then northwest to Highway 2. It then follows Highway 2 to Standoff. It then follows Highway 2 north to Fort MacLeod, Alberta. It then follows Highway 520 west to the border of Division 15. From the Blackfeet Reservation boundary with Canada, it follows the boundary to Lake Koocanusa. It then follows Lake Koocanusa (Kootenay River) to Columbia Lake, British Columbia. It then follows the river west of Highway 95 past Shuswap, British Columbia, Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia, Edgewater, British Columbia, Brisco, British Columbia, Spillimacheen, British Columbia, Golden, British Columbia, to Kinbasket Reservoir. It then follows the same waterway north to where Highway 5 meets Highway 16 (Trans Canada Highway or the Highway of Tears), which leads back to Jasper.



The Eastern Saulteaux Chippewa's (those living in western Saskatchewan) land extends from the Saulteaux-Moosomin communities to Onion Lake, to Thunderchild, to Witchekan Lake, to Ahtahkakoop, to Sturgeon Lake. Though they signed adhesions to Treaty 6, they are a part of the Chippewa Treaty 9 Reservation.



Alternate Government

We know the leaders of all Reserves and Reservations are employees of Canada and the United States. Since they are paid by the Canadian and the United States governments, we know they will do what the whites want. To defend ourselves from their evil intentions, it is mandatory that we form an alternate government which does not receive money from the Canadian and United States governments. Within each village you must organize a new government which will manage the affairs of the people. Establish a council for a select (not elected) group of men and women of your choice. Then form a financial corporation in which the citizens of the villages can deposit their money. To each community listed below, incorporate them so they are permitted by CTER law to function as a village (city and town) of the Chippewa Treaty Eight Reservation. You are not to request permission from Canada. You must do this on your own. Create a community financial center (the house of someone you know is trustworthy) within each community listed at the webpages below.



All citizens of all communities listed below, will deposit a percentage of their money into each community financial center. And do not dare to first consult with Canada. They are sending a message to all non white nations that they could care less for Indian Nations in a time when that message is easily not ignored. The financial corporation will be kept private so there will be no need to have it done formally. Then you must select one of the communities to be the capitol of the Chippewa Treaty Eight Reservation Financial Corporation. The financial corporation will be a simple joint savings unit which is identical to friends saving their money together privately (without the use of banks and all other financial establishments) to better their lives. If anyone who lives within any of the communities listed below does not want to deposit a percentage of their money into the savings unit, they must be carefully watched. They can't be trusted.



This financial corporation will be the Chippewa Treaty Eight Reservation government. The CTERFC will function to provide the Chippewa Treaty Eight Reservation with financing to establish new settlements, build and maintain new and old homes in old settlements, agriculture (greenhouse farming or hydroponic farming), health and education needs, fishing and hunting, and transportation needs and maintenance. Most financing must go to individuals to start agriculture, housing, and transportation enterprises. Electric bicycles and electric cars are mandatory. Purchase used bikes and cars then convert them into electric motor vehicles. You must encourage as many of your citizens to deposit as much of their money into the savings unit and to also apply for grants and loans so the CTERFC will be stocked with money. Request for financial funding from non Indian sources, particularly individuals who are wealthy. Do it discreetly. And money earned from business ventures, must be deposited into the savings unit. In fact, nearly all money within each community savings unit will come from money generated by business ventures. If any problems develope with Reservation leaders including Reservation police, do not negotiate with them. You don't want to depend on Canada for financing. Through treaty agreements, Canada recognized Indian Nations as sovereign nations.



Create departments which handle the welfare of your communities, especially in regards to housing and food supplies. Indoor heating is a major concern. We need to find safer indoor heating methods. Current indoor heating methods cause health issues such as respiratory problems and memory loss.



The endemic flooding and forest fires which have forced 1,000s of innocent Indians to relocate to white communities, must be addressed by your alternate government. To defend against floods, build levees by using volunteers. Build the levees to a height of 30 to 40 feet and plant as many quick growing trees as possible. The trees will keep the levees from breaking. Use light to increase the growing rate of the trees. To defend your communities against forest fires, clear the forests which surround your communities. Make certain no trees are within 2 to 3 miles of your communities. Dig emergency underground shelters where the citizens can live until the smoke has cleared.



It also includes policing your communities. Grow your own food by using hydroponic farming. Also establish fish farms. And build your own homes. Function by using volunteers. The volunteers will grow the food crops and hunt for wild game. Though most will avoid volunteering, many will volunteer to help their communities. Your current leaders will do what the whites want. Avoid that! Elders must be consulted because they can be of help. Most importantly use the Seven Fires Prophecy to let it be known the evil intentions of the whites. We know from the Seven Fires Prophecy that the whites can do what they want. We must seriously respond.



Welfare & Housing

Welfare of the citizens is mandatory. A large percentage of the food grown must be distributed to families and to special kitchens to feed single adults. These kitchens will stay open 24 hours a day the entire year. That also applies to fish, fowl, and wild game. Housing for those on welfare must be a top priority. Instead of single family housing units, build housing units for single adults that are single story or two story apartment buildings. They must be large apartment buildings that are designed to use as little land as possible. For families, apartment buildings can be built. However, for the sake of children, it is important to build as many single housing units as your resources allow. For electricity, heating, and water, read further below.



Defense & Tools

Your house heater is a factor in global warming. It is global warming in your home. It warms up your house which increases the temperature of the surrounding area, as do cars, streets, and so on. Your house heater is contributing to bad health. It causes drowsiness which is a sign of respiratory problems or asphyxiation. You are being suffocated. The house heater eats up the oxygen. It also causes memory loss. To counter this problem you will have to rely on your own heat source. Don't rely on someone else to provide your house heating needs unless you don't have the wealth to provide for it yourself. Electrical heaters are far safer for your health. They can be operated without the need to use fuel which requires fire to function.



For electricity, do some research and you will find it very simple to generate your own electricity. An example is a bicycle head light and tail light generator kit. The main part of the generator connects to one of the forks which holds the bicycle wheel, and then the smaller part of the generator (a small wheel) is placed alongside the metal rim of the bicycle wheel. When the bike is being used, it is thus capable of generating enough energy to produce electricity to light the head light and tail light. However, you will want to use another method. That's obvious! That method is a very powerful magnet which can turn a wheel continuously! And much faster than a bicycle can. You can easly build your own energy station in your housing units. It will be powerful enough to produce all of your electricity needs! Magnets are very easy to make.



To avoid your leaders who could care less for you, find a nice location far from the problem. Those who will join you will also find a nice location away from the problem. Keep in contact with each other. Live off the land. You must use extreme caution when fishing and hunting. After the hunt, always carefully examine the wild game. Soak them in a solution which will clean them completely of the poison the whites are polluting the skies with. That poison falls to earth and then eventually is absorbed into the soil by precipitation. Do the same with plants like wild rice, berries, and so on. The whites can't be trusted. This subject must not be ignored! It must be taken very seriously. And you must protect the wild game. If you don't protect the wild game, the whites will kill them off. Protect the wild game by finding safe locations to raise the wild game naturally. It is well known what the whites did to this continents wild game. You must protect this continents wild game.



Twin Peaks of Moberly Lake

Moberly Lake served as an important location to the Anishinabe People from the Great Lakes region. A couple of miles to the west of Moberly Lake, are the Twin Sisters Mountains. Early Anishinabe explorers found the location an ideal one to place one of their settlements. It served a vital role in the Anishinabe invasion into Siberia. A road was laid out very long ago (possibly 1,500 years ago) from the region north of Lake Superior, to Moberly Lake. The road was one of possibly three or more vital roads used by the migrating Anishinabe People. Other roads are what is now known as the Mullan Road which led from the Great Lakes to the Great Falls, Montana region, then to the Columbia River of Oregon and Washington States, then to the Pacific Ocean.



The whites did not build the Mullan Road as historians have written. The road was already ancient when the white invaders commenced to using it. Mullan was the first to lead white soldiers along the Montana road. He changed the course of the road before it reached the Great Falls region. About 10 to 15 miles before reaching Great Falls, Mullan selected a new course north of the lakes north of Great Falls. It then led towards what is now Fort Shaw. From there, it led to the mountain pass going to Helena, which is a little south of Cascade. Another Anishinabe Road was used near Fort Shaw which led to the Lincoln, Montana region.



Another vital road is what is now known as Route 66, which leads from Chicago to Los Angeles, California. Both the Moberly Lake and Great Falls regions, have twin peaks with a lake near them. That is an indication that the other roads also had an important stop off location (capitol).



Twin Peaks of Great Falls

Great Falls was probably the main capitol of the Anishinabe Empire. Great Falls is very similar to Dawson Creek, British Columbia which is a few miles east of Moberly Lake. Hill 57 may have been called Little Shell Mountain or the Black Hills by the Chippewa's. Between the twin peaks is an indentation in the shape of a shell. Using google earth that is clearly visible. We know the Chippewa's had a settlement at Little Shell Mountain in 1805. Lewis and Clark, who were held captive by the Chippewa's for a month in 1805, and other early non Indian explorers, can account for that. It was one of several Chippewa settlements in the Great Falls region. Though the twin peaks of Great Falls are not as majestic as the twin peaks of Moberly Lake, it holds an extremely important clue for the Algonquin People.



Twin Peaks of San Francisco

Recently i learned about another pair of mountains which are identical to the twin peaks in Great Falls and Moberly Lake. They are located in northern San Francisco, California, about a mile or so from the Pacific Ocean. Do some research about the history of San Francisco Bay and you'll eventually learn that a cover-up is probably in place. Drakes Bay, which is about 30 miles to the northwest of San Francisco Bay, was discovered by the whites in 1579. For some reason the white invaders did not discover San Francisco Bay until 1769, or 190 years later. They claim the summer fogs prevented the whites from discovering Golden Gate which leads to San Francisco Bay. Most likely San Francisco Bay was a large lake in those times.



Then on November 4, 1769, Gaspar de Portola climbed up Sweeney Ridge which has a height of 1,200 feet, and looked to the east and discovered San Francisco Bay. Quite interesting! You would think the mountains actually prevented the whites from seeing San Francisco Bay. Golden Gate, however, is a subject to not ignore. Either Golden Gate was not around then, or some other unknown reason for the late discovery, is hidden. San Francisco Bay and the other bays that make up the San Francisco Estuary, is vast. It extends to the east to near where Sacramento and Stockton, California are situated. Much is freshwater environment.



On August 5, 1775, the white invaders sailed through Golden Gate and entered San Francisco Bay. The twin peaks of San Francisco proves the Chippewa's were at home in San Francisco. Their population was very large. Further to the east were their lakes, marshes, and swamps for growing food on water. They probably kept the whites out of their waterways but in 1775 something forced them to allow the white invaders to enter the vast bay. Could have been a possible treaty, or an event happened which led to the emergence of Golden Gate. It may have led to the so called Revolutionary War. Chippewa ogimak knew their beloved western lands were being invaded. Knowing how the Chippewa's favored settling on islands, leads me to suspect they had their largest settlement on an island in the vast bay. So much has changed since 1775 there, that the settlement can't be discovered.



Between San Francisco and the Lower Salinas Valley of western California, the Costanoan (Chippewa's) People lived. Some of them lived just north of San Pablo Bay and Suisun Bay. Both are extensions of San Francisco Bay. In 1775, the San Francisco region had a Filipino population which obviously allied with the white invaders. The Filipino People probably invaded western North America around the time the Anishinabe people invaded Siberia. That was probably near 1,500 years ago. Many of the Asians of eastern Asia fled to the Philippine Islands for protection. The Asian invasion between Alaska and California, was noticed by the Anishinabe People who launched military campaigns against the invaders and subjugated them. The Filipino people made a terrible mistake! The white invader refused to deal with them on a nation to nation level!



Below is a link to a picture of the twin peaks of San Francisco. The twin peaks of San Francisco are very important to the Algonquin people. The twin peaks of San Francisco are more impressive than the twin peaks of Great Falls but not as majestic as the twin peaks of Moberly Lake.





The Twin Peaks of San Francisco




Twin Peaks of Los Angeles & San Bernardino Counties

Twin Peaks of the San Gabriel Mountains are not the only twin peaks in the mountains north of Los Angeles. East Twin Peak and West Twin Peak are located very near Mt. Watermelon. The elevation of the peaks are: Twin Peaks (East Peak) 7,761 feet above sea level, while the elevation of Twin Peaks (West Peak) is slightly lower at 7,596 feet above sea level. Further to the east are Pine Mountain and Dawson Peak which are located next to Mount San Antonio which is also known as Mount Baldy. They are located in San Bernardino County. They are more impressive. Looking at Pine Peak and Dawson Peak from the south looking towards the north or northwest, is the only way to actually see their twin peaks. The elevation of Pine Mountain or Pine Peak is 9,671 feet above sea level. The elevation of Dawson Peak is 9,594 feet above sea level. Mount San Anotonio or Mount Baldy, is located adjacent to them. However, it is the twin peaks with the name of twin peaks we must first accept. Twin Peaks is located in Los Angeles County. Below are two links to pictures of twin peaks and Pine Peak and Dawson Peak. The picture of Pine Peak and Dawson Peak which are primarily located in San Bernardino County with some of the mountain in Los Angeles County, shows Mt. Baldy or Mount San Antonio, to the right. Pine Peak and Dawson Peak may be the more important.



Mount San Antonio is located directly north of Ontario, California. The mountain also has twin peaks. It is also known as Mount Baldy. The elevation for the twin peaks are: Mount Baldy 10,068 feet above sea level; and West Baldy at 9,988 feet above sea level. There is currently a small village located near the twin peaks. Mount Baldy is located directly south of the twin peaks. The small unincorporated community actually has winters. In fact, the winters are colder at Mount Baldy than at Big Bear Lake. When considering the elevation of Big Bear Lake (6,752 feet above sea level), with the elevation of Mount Baldy (4,193 feet above sea level), you would be certain Big Bear Lake has colder winters. That's not the case. Ontario is nearly seven miles south of Mount Baldy. Mount Baldy receives enough snow for a nearby ski resort. It is even known to snow there in June. Grizzly bears once lived in the mountains north of the Los Angeles region and in the Los Angeles region.





The Twin Peaks of Los Angeles County


The Twin Peaks of San Bernardino County




Anishinabe People obviously lived in the Los Angeles region. They were set aside a large Reservation in the mountains to the east and north of San Diego. It may have extended to the San Gabriel Mountains north of Ontario and east to Big Bear Lake. In fact, the entire southern California deserts may have been set aside to be an Anishinabe Reservation. The whites of the late 19th century were not attracted to the land. It was not fertile, very mountainous, and had extremely hot summers.The Anishinabe People are still living in the Los Angeles region. Over 7 million Mexicans live between Los Angeles and San Bernardino.



Twin Peaks of Texas

Evidentally Texas has several twin mountains. One set is located a bit to the northwest of Austin which is in the San Antonio region. Another is located southeast of El Paso. And another is located just west of Fort Worth. It is the one near to San Antonio which deserves greater attention. The immediate region around San Antonio was vital to the Algonquin People who obviously grew wild rice in that region of Texas. If there is actually a set of twin mountains or twin peaks, in the San Antonio region, it is proof that the Chippewa's had a capitol located in that part of Texas. Though Texas is not important anymore, it is worthwhile to investigate Texas for the twin peaks. We know the San Antonio region has a native wild rice plant. However, it was brought there by the Chippewa's an extremely long time ago.



Twin Peaks of Colima, Mexico

Mexico has at least two sets of twin volcano peaks. Colima Volcano is a very active volcano, while adjacent to it is the Nevado de Colima volcano which is not active. You can tell by the appearance of the Nevado de Colima volcano that it is dormant. If it was active it would more closely resemble it's neighboring volcanic sister. They are located in the Mexican States of Colima and Jalisco, a few miles north of the Mexican city of Colima. The twin peaks are located about 30 to 40 miles from the Pacfic Ocean. A few miles east of Mexico City is the twin volcanos, Popocatepetl and Ixtaccihuatl. Though not as nearly identical as the Colima volcanos, they are impressive yet the least. Below is a link to a google earth picture of the twin peaks (volcanos) near Colima, Mexico.





Twin Peaks of Colima, Mexico




Moberly Lake obviously supported a much larger Anishinabe population compared with the present population of the Moberly Lake Anishinabek. It served as a settlement which provided the neccessities for the migration. Many Anishinabe people migrated north to where Fort Nelson, British Columbia is now, before reaching Moberly Lake, while many others if not most of the migrating Anishinabek, traveled to Moberly Lake, then through the mountain pass, then to where Prince George, British Columbia is now. From there, they traveled west to the western coast of British Columbia where Bella Bella, British Columbia and Prince Rupert British Columbia are located, and north to Yukon then into Alaska, then they invaded eastern Asia. Any scenario is likely.



From the San Antonio region they forced their way into northern Mexico. The Chippewa's who live in the San Antonio region are known historically as the Wichita. According to William Clark who wrote an Estimate of the Eastern Indians while wintering in Mandan, North Dakota in 1804-1805, the Wichita lived in the San Antonio region. He named them the Chippeway as well as Pania, O-jib-a-no and Souteaux. Chippewa people understand that very clearly.



White historians claim these Anishinabe people did not arrive to the Moberly Lake region until the late 1890's but Anishinabe people were already living there. It is very evident that the Seven Fires Prophecy is involved. The prophecy actually told the Anishinabe leader that a location at Moberly Lake was near identical to Hill 57 or Little Shell Mountain in Great Falls, Montana. A small lake is situated near Little Shell Mountain or Hill 57, near the Sun River.



The Saulteau First Nations

It is quite suspicious to refer to a First Nation as being the Saulteau First Nations. That is what the Chippewa First Nation on the east side of Moberly Lake is called. The Saulteau First Nations actually represent all First Nations within the treaty 8 land area of British Columbia and probably Alberta, Northwest Territories, and Saskatchewan also. Now if it were the Moberly Lake First Nations and Blueberry River First Nations, that would be acceptable. However, the whites have left this information for a specific reason. They have also left information about certain conditions of treaty 8 in British Columbia. Click here to learn about treaty 8 in British Columbia. Read the entire page! You will find the following information very difficult to understand. About the only way i can attempt to let you know the truth is by first explaining to you, the reader, is that an Anishinabe exodus to the west is in process now. The Kelly Lake blockade was likely to stop the exodus. The whites have to be very careful with how they conduct themselves. Their actions will cost them very dearly! And the fate of the Indians and metis who support the whites, will be far worse! The whites have a choice of being brave enough to live alongside Indian Nations, or they can confine themselves to Europe!



The Reservation

Most people don't know that Canada set aside all treaty 8 land in British Columbia to be a Reserve. They may claim that Canada's real intentions was to select 3,500,000 acres to be used for payment for aid received for railway construction elsewhere in British Columbia. They really wanted to give the land to white settlers who commenced to invade the British Columbia Peace River Valley in 1912. Thus, the reason for the Saulteau refusual to take new treaty. The huge Reserve is yet Anishinabe. It is almost entirely mountainous, except the eastern edge from south of Dawson Creek, to Fort Nelson and the Northwest Territories border. The Reserve covers over 100,000 sq. mi., or over 250,000 sq. km. Canada may actually be honoring the agreement which set aside the huge Reserve. Land disputes are causing friction between the Anishinabe people and non Anishinabe Indians in British Columbia which must be addressed by Anishinabe leaders. Anishinabe leaders of the Saulteau First Nations, have every right to claim all of British Columbia. Anishinabe people long subjugated the native tribes of British Columbia. The Salishans are a mixture of Anishinabe, non Anishinabe Indians, and Chinese and Filipino. The Salishans speak a language which is classified as the Algonquian-Salishan-Wakashan Language Family.



Treaty 8 has a boundary dispute problem today. It seems some can't decide if the western boundary of treaty 8 is the central range of the Rocky Mountains or the Arctic/Pacific watershed. What is not included is the Alaska boundary. They seem to have left the area between the boundary of Alaska to the western boundary of treaty 8, out of the treaty negotiations. That is very impressive because of its obvious indication that the Alaska boundary had to be included. It originated during the time period of 1898-1902. Canada claimed the Alaska Panhandle and was confident that the 1825 Russian Treaty meant the islands off the coast and not what is now the Alaska Panhandle or mainland, was the correct Alaska boundary.



Anishinabe leaders from the Saulteau First Nations of British Columbia, must claim by right of conquest, that all British Columbia land is Anishinabe. The correct western boundary of treaty 8 is in fact the Pacific Coast, or what is now the Alaska Panhandle and even further to the south where the British Columbia communities of Cache Creek, Lillooet, and Pavilion are located. From there, the boundary follows the mountains to the west, north to where Anahim Lake is, then up to where Houston is. Then the boundary heads towards the east south of where Fort St. James is located, or where it becomes more mountainous. The boundary then heads towards Prince George then east to the Rocky Mountains where Highway 16 (Trans Canada Highway or the Highway of Tears) is. It follows the river near Highway 16 south towards the Kootenay River and Lake Koocanusa and the British Columbia-Montana border.



Great Britain made a decision in 1903 which included what is now the Alaska Panhandle, as being a part of Alaska. Anishinabe leaders today, must refuse to accept that agreement. The correct western boundary of treaty 8 is the Height of Land (60 degrees latitude), to the mainland of British Columbia south of Calvert Island to the northern shores of Vancouver Island, which is at 50 degrees latitude. It includes the mountains to the west, of course, then follows the same mountains on their eastside up to where the western part of treaty 8 is painted on ancient maps. A link to the map is below.



Another community is located at Kelly Lake which is south of Dawson Creek. Their leaders are so far gone it will be futile to negotiate with them. Click here to learn more about how the Kelly Lake community broke off from the Saulteau First Nations. They claim they are Cree and Iroquois which is obviously an insult to Anishinabe people. On September 5, 2002 a few Indians and metis who were probably hired by the whites, put up a blockade at Rat Lake, British Columbia, to prevent the Saulteau from the mountains to the west, from returning to their traditional land in that area and also in the area in Alberta which is north of the O'Chiese-Sunchild First Nation and the Peace River Valley to the north. They were probably armed by the whites. In other words it was the whites who initiated the blockade. The Ojibwa's were using the land between Moberly Lake and the northern fringe of the O'Chiese-Sunchild First Nation for fishing, hunting, and trapping. The whites hired the Indians and metis to cause friction within the Saulteau First Nations. Money was handed out to the Indians who betrayed the Indian cause with the understanding that they would not support the Indian cause. Thus, the Kelly Lake First Nation are traitors!



The Aseniwuche Winewak are claiming that some of their traditional land is located within treaty 8 land area in British Columbia. The Aseniwuche Winewak make up about a third of the population of the Saulteau First Nations of East Moberly Lake or around 250. They are more numerous in Alberta. They are also like the Kelly Lake community and think they are Cree and Iroquois. They are traitors! They were also hired by the whites to betray the Indian cause. They are a part of the Kelly Lake traitors! The map of treaty 8 below, is an insult to Anishinabe people. The whites actually designated an area on the map as being an Iroquois area. A few Iroquois went trapping into Alberta in the early 19th century. Most returned to their homes in Ontario and Quebec. Those who remained among the Anishinabek were absorbed by them. No where on the map does it designate an area as being Ojibway.



Then the McLeod Lake First Nation is another group of traitors who are corrupting the Saulteau First Nations. They are traitors to the Indian cause. That happended when they signed an adhesion to treaty 8 on March 27, 2000. They are also denying that they are Anishinabe. They already achieved federal recognition which means they get federal money from the government of Canada. The Kelly Lake community will probably achieve federal recognition in the near future. Their reasons for separating are clear. They are after federal money and don't care for Indians. To ensure they gain federal recognition they know they stand a better chance at achieving federal recognition, if they claim they are non Saulteau (Anishinabe). Read the Seven Fires Prophecy. The Aseniwuche Winewak will also achieve federal recognition in the near future. They are already claiming that they are Cree. They have all signed their death warrants! It will be the whites who kill them off!



The Lheidli T'enneh Treaty

An important treaty which was brought about by the Lheidli T'enneh or Carrier People. That event happened on October 29, 2006 and upset the treaty 8 governing body or the Saulteau First Nations who obviously are claiming the land. The Lheidli T'enneh are obviously trying to corrupt from the Saulteau First Nations and Saulteau leaders don't want that to happen. The land involved extends to west of the Vanderhoof region of British Columbia and includes land north of Prince George and south of Quesnal. It also includes land that extends eastward to the Rocky Mountains or Alberta border. Click here to read about the Anishinabe response to the Leheidli T'enneh attempt to corrupt the Saulteau First Nations of British Columbia. The Carrier territorial claims are invalid. Their land was under Anishinabe control when treaty 8 evolved. The Lheidli T'enneh are really Anishinabe. They are also traitors to the Indian cause. A land dispute is in progress! The Wet'suwet'en Carrier are claiming a large area of northwestern British Columbia. Some 22,394 sq. mi., or 58,000 sq. km. In fact, that occurred back in 1984 and is why these land disputes mentioned on this page, are upsetting the Saulteau First Nations. Click here to learn more about the Wet'suwet'en and Gitksan land claims.



Government

It is crucial for the Anishinabe leaders of the Saulteau First Nations of British Columbia, to organize the following Indian communities so they can be governed with respect for the Indian cause. The core issue is All Treaty 8 Land in British Columbia is Reserved for Indians. You must take a tough stance with those Indians who are being played by the whites who are using lies to corrupt them. A firm yank on your part to bring them back to the Indian cause must be used. Bring them to your office of land management and read the Seven Fires Prophecy to them. If they instead continue on with a disregard for the Indian cause, it will leave you with only two other solutions. That is to negotiate with leaders from those communities who will cooperate. If none can be found, then you must act for the citizens of the following communities listed below. To be cautious, you must refuse to recognize any of them and set up a department which will govern the communities listed below.



Leaders from the Saulteau First Nations of British Columbia, must meet with the leaders of the Chippewan Territories of the Northwest Territories, and the Indian leaders of Nunavut, and the Yukon if you are claiming land in the Yukon. You must organize a delegation of your representatives to negotiate with Canadian leaders. Try to persuade the whites into negotiating a settlement to the Anishinabe land claims. Claim all of the Treaty 8, 9, 10, and 11 land in British Columbia, Northwest Territories, and Saskatchewan. Claim all of Nunavut and the Yukon if you have claims to the Yukon.



If they negotiate at all, the whites will be more willing to negotiate lands in the mountainous west and near the arctic. The land is a land of countless lakes, marshes, swamps, and forests, especially in Manitoba and northern Ontario. Eastern Saskatchewan is more like northern Manitoba. Western Saskatchewan is a land which has fewer lakes but is more like northern Manitoba and northern Ontario, than Alberta. It is also not as warm as Alberta. Compared to Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Alberta is significantly warmer in the winter.



We know the whites don't want to live alongside Indian Nations. However, the whites must for the sake of the entire earth, respect the land claims of the Anishinabe people. We are living in a time period for that to be necessary. You must demand the right to expand Indian settlements throughout the entire land area mentioned, and to have the right to exploit the lands resources. Locate new Indian settlements in isolated locations which have no road access to white settlements. If the new Indian settlements have road access to white settlements, the citizens of those settlements will move to white settlements, especially if they are located near to white settlements.



You must also demand the right to manage wild game. Revenue from fishing and hunting must be directed to your government. And through treaty agreements you must allow Canada to continue to exploit your lands resources. Both underground and above. A large percentage of the revenue generated by the mining companies and lumber companies, must be paid to the government of the Chippewa Treaty 8 Reservation. Canada must clean up the filth their lumber and mineral companies generate. It is mandatory that be included in any treaty agreement. The Reserves will be governed as you see fit.



If you want to send a delagate to the Canadian government, make the decision. Though we know the whites don't want to live alongside Indian Nations, it is important for both the Anishinabe Nation and Canada, to agree to the Anishinabe land claims demands, for the sake of the earth. The following British Columbia Indian communities listed below are a part of the Chippewa Treaty 8 Reservation in British Columbia. You are probably going to have to act for their behalf. We know many are descended from Chinese and Filipino peoples. Their dress is an indication that they are foreigners who were subjugated by the Anishinabe Nation. We know that there is going to be trouble with those people who will allow the whites to play them.



Resume contact with the Anishinabe people of Central America, Mexico, and also Florida. We know the Anishinabe people live in Florida. Google the Yuchi Indians and Bartram. Bartram learned that the Yuchi spoke Shawnee and Shawnee is a dialect of Anishinabe. Who knows, maybe the Indians of those locations will cooperate. In Florida, it may be another story. One group of the Florida Indians are imitating the whites. That's a no, no! We do not believe in god. We are Atheists! We have no choice! We must follow and protect the law! That group of Florida Indians are really telling all other Native Americans they are siding with the whites, or they can be bought. If you set out to negotiate with them, use special caution. We (ATCIM) are claiming the Florida Indian Reservations set aside in the 19th century.





Communities of the Chippewa Treaty 8 Reservation


Saulteau First Nations or East Moberly Lake 169 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 324. Total number of occupied housing units is 103. Average household size is 3.1 persons per housing unit. Around 65 speak Anishinabe. They claim the Cree dialect but the Saulteau Chippewa's dominate. Map of Saulteau First Nations or East Moberly Lake 169

Babine 6 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 93. Total number of occupied housing units is 31. Average household size is 3.2 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Dene. Map of Babine 6

Babine 17 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 175. Total number of occupied housing units is 50. Average household size is 3.5 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Dene. Map of Babine 17

Babine 25 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 81. Total number of occupied housing units is 29. Average household size is 3.2 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Dene. Map of Babine 25

Blueberry River 205 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 210. Total number of occupied housing units is 66. Average household size is 3.0 persons per housing unit. Around 5 speak the corrupted Dene form of the Anishinabe. Map of Blueberry River 205

Boston Bar 1A (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 0. Total number of occupied housing units is 0. Average household size is 0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. Though they claim no one lives there, using google maps you can see at least 12 housing units. Map of Boston Bar 1A

Boothroyd 8A (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 0. Total number of occupied housing units is 0. Average household size is 0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. Map of Boothroyd 8A

Burns Lake 18 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 55. Total number of occupied housing units is 19. Average household size is 2.8 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. Map of Burns Lake 18

Bridge River 1 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 236. Total number of occupied housing units is 84. Average household size is 2.8 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. Map of Bridge River 1

Cayoosh Creek 1 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 54. Total number of occupied housing units is 24. Average household size is 2.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. The community is located adjacent to the white city of Lillooet. Map of Cayoosh Creek 1

Cheslatta 1 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 84. Total number of occupied housing units is 32. Average household size is 2.8 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. Map of Cheslatta 1

Dease Lake 9 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 58. Total number of occupied housing units is 15. Average household size is 4.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. Map of Dease Lake 9

Doig River 206 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 120. Total number of occupied housing units is 46. Average household size is 2.4 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. Map of Doig River 206

Douglas 8 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 10. Total number of occupied housing units is 5. Average household size is 2.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. Map of Douglas 8

Fort Nelson 2 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 457. Total number of occupied housing units is 143. Average household size is 3.2 persons per housing unit. Around 40 speak the corrupted Dene (25) form and Cree (15) dialect of the Anishinabe language. Map of Fort Nelson 2

Gitanmaax 1 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 627. Total number of occupied housing units is 206. Average household size is 3.1 persons per housing unit. Around 5 speak the Cree dialect of the Anishinabe language. It is the Tsimshianic language which is the native language of this community. It is considered to be a language isolate but Edward Sapir placed the Tsimshianic language under Penutian. Senor Don Antonio Garcia Cubas placed the Penutian languages under the Mexican-Opata Language Family which is now known as the Uto-Aztecan Language Family. Many residents of Gitanmaax speak Tsimshianic which is a mixture of Algonquin and non Algonquin. Their total number of speakers is hard to find. Map of Gitanmaax 1

Gitanyow 1 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 383. Total number of occupied housing units is 108. Average household size is 3.7 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. It is the Tsimshianic language which is the native language of this community. It is considered to be a language isolate but Edward Sapir placed the Tsimshianic language under Penutian. Senor Don Antonio Garcia Cubas placed the Penutian languages under the Mexican-Opata Language Family which is now known as the Uto-Aztecan Language Family. Many residents of Gitanyow speak Tsimshianic which is a mixture of Algonquin and non Algonquin. Their total number of speakers is hard to find. Map of Gitanyow 1

Gitsegukla 1 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 448. Total number of occupied housing units is 108. Average household size is 4.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. It is the Tsimshianic language which is the native language of this community. It is considered to be a language isolate but Edward Sapir placed the Tsimshianic language under Penutian. Senor Don Antonio Garcia Cubas placed the Penutian languages under the Mexican-Opata Language Family which is now known as the Uto-Aztecan Language Family. Many residents of Gitsegukla speak Tsimshianic which is a mixture of Algonquin and non Algonquin. Their total number of speakers is hard to find. Map of Gitsegukla 1

Gitwangak 1 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 500. Total number of occupied housing units is 108. Average household size is 4.9 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. It is the Tsimshianic language which is the native language of this community. It is considered to be a language isolate but Edward Sapir placed the Tsimshianic language under Penutian. Senor Don Antonio Garcia Cubas placed the Penutian languages under the Mexican-Opata Language Family which is now known as the Uto-Aztecan Language Family. Many residents of Gitwangak speak Tsimshianic which is a mixture of Algonquin and non Algonquin. Their total number of speakers is hard to find. Map of Gitwangak 1

Glen Vowell (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 179. Total number of occupied housing units is ?. Average household size is ? persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. It is the Tsimshianic language which is the native language of this community. It is considered to be a language isolate but Edward Sapir placed the Tsimshianic language under Penutian. Senor Don Antonio Garcia Cubas placed the Penutian languages under the Mexican-Opata Language Family which is now known as the Uto-Aztecan Language Family. Many residents of Glen Vowell speak Tsimshianic which is a mixture of Algonquin and non Algonquin. Their total number of speakers is hard to find. Map of Glen Vowell

Good Hope Lake (Dease River) (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 0. Total number of occupied housing units is ?. Average household size is ? persons per housing unit. Around ? speak the Anishinabe language. In 2006 some 32 people were living there but some event forced them to move. Map of Good Hope Lake

Gwawaenuk or Hopetown 10A (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 39. Total number of occupied housing units is ?. Average household size is ? persons per housing unit. Around ? speak the Anishinabe language. Map of Gawaenuk or Hopetown 10A

Hagwilget 1 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 238. Total number of occupied housing units is 78. Average household size is 3.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. Native language is the corrupted Dene form of the Anishinabe language. Map of Hagwilget 1

Halfway River 168 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 170. Total number of occupied housing units is 60. Average household size is 2.8 persons per housing unit. Around 5 speak the Cree dialect of the Anishinabe language. Native language is the corrupted Dene form of the Anishinabe language. Map of Halfway River 168

Hartley Bay or Kulkayu 4 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 20. Total number of occupied housing units is 10. Average household size is 2.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. Native language is the corrupted Tsimshianic form of the Anishinabe language. It includes the Kulkayu 4a and Gill Island settlements. Total population is near 200. Map of Hartley Bay or Kulkayu 4

Heiltsuk or Bella Bella (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 1,095. Total number of occupied housing units is 356. Average household size is 3.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. Native language is the Wakashan dialect of the Algonquian-Salishan-Wakashan Language Family. Map of Heiltsuk or Bella Bella

Iskut (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 207. Total number of occupied housing units is 70. Average household size is 3.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. Native language is the corrupted Dene form of the Anishinabe language. Map of Iskut 6

Kanaka Bar (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 30. Total number of occupied housing units is 13. Average household size is 2.1 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. Native language is the corrupted Salish form of the Anishinabe language. It also includes Kanaka Bar 1A and Kanaka Bar 2. Map of Kanaka Bar and 1A and 2

Kitamaat 2 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 514. Total number of occupied housing units is 179. Average household size is 2.9 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. Native language is the corrupted Tsimshianic form of the Anishinabe language. Map of Kitimaat 2

Kitasoo-Xaixais (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 322. Total number of occupied housing units is 95. Average household size is 3.4 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. Native language is the corrupted Tsimshianic form of the Anishinabe language and the Wakashan dialect of the Algonquian-Salishan-Wakashan Language Family. The Heiltsuk and Kitasoo (they are Tsimshian) live there. Included is Klemtu. Map of Kitasoo-Xaixais

Kispiox 1 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 536. Total number of occupied housing units is 189. Average household size is 2.9 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. These people are Penutian. Map of Kispiox 1

Kitkatla (British Columbia) - 2011 Population ?. Total number of occupied housing units is ?. Average household size is ? persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Tsimshian. Map of Kitkatla

Kitselas (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 220. Total number of occupied housing units is 72. Average household size is 2.9 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Tsimshian. Map of Kitselas

Kitsunkalum or Kitsumkaylum (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 302. Total number of occupied housing units is 90. Average household size is 3.3 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Tsimshian. Map of Kitsunkalum or Kitsumkaylum

Klahoose (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 294 with most living out of community. Total number of occupied housing units is ?. Average household size is ? persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Coastal Salish. Map of Kitsunkalum or Klahoose

Kluskus (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 39. Total number of occupied housing units is 13. Average household size is 3.6 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Dene. Map of Kluskus

Kwadacha or Fort Ware 1 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 250. Total number of occupied housing units is 75. Average household size is 3.3 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Dene. Map of Kluskus or Fort Ware 1

Kwiakah (British Columbia) They are history. We are going to have to repopulate the area.

Kwicksutaineuk Ah Kwaw Ah Mish (British Columbia) They are history. We are going to have to repopulate the area.

Lax-Kw'alaams (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 678. Total number of occupied housing units is 235. Average household size is 2.9 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Tsimshian. Map of Lax-Kwa'laams

Liard River 3 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 58. Total number of occupied housing units is 26. Average household size is 2.3 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Dene. Map of Liard River 3

Lower Post (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 105. Total number of occupied housing units is 37. Average household size is 2.6 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Dene. Map of Lower Post

Lytton 4A, 4E, 9A, 9B (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 10. Total number of occupied housing units is 5. Average household size is 2.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Coastal Salish. Most live out of their communities, especially at the white settlement of Lytton. We are going to have to repopulate the area. Map of Lytton Communities

Metlakatla (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 832 with nearly all living in the Indian and white city of Prince Rupert. Total number of occupied housing units is ?. Average household size is ? persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Tsimshian. We are going to have to repopulate the area. Map of Metlakatla

Moricetown 1 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 259. Total number of occupied housing units is 87. Average household size is 2.9 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. Moricetown 1 is a Wet'suwet'en village. They are Dene. Map of Moricetown 1

N'Quat'qua or Nequatque 1 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 277. Total number of occupied housing units is 94. Average household size is 3.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Salish. Map of N'Quat'qua or Nequatque 1

Nadleh Whuten or Nautley 1 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 201. Total number of occupied housing units is 65. Average household size is 3.1 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Dene. Map of Nadleh Whuten or Nautley 1

Nadleh Whuten or Seaspunkut 4 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 15. Total number of occupied housing units is 8. Average household size is 2.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Dene. Map of Nadleh Whuten or Seaspunkut 4

Nak'azdli (Necoslie 1) (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 534. Total number of occupied housing units is 183. Average household size is 3.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Dene. Map of Nak'azdli (Necoslie 1)

Nazko (Nasco) 20 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 132. Total number of occupied housing units is 36. Average household size is 3.9 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Dene. Map of Nazko 20 or Nasco 20

Nazko (Nasco) Trout Lake Alec 16 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 21. Total number of occupied housing units is 3. Average household size is 3.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Dene. Map of Nazko Trout Lake Alec 16

Omineca 1 (Nee Tahi Buhn) or Francois Lake 7 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 10. Total number of occupied housing units is 3. Average household size is 3.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. The Nee Tahi were originally a part of Omineca 1. We are going to have to repopulate the area. They are Dene. Map of Nee Tahi Buhn or Francois Lake 7

Omineca 1 (Nee Tahi Buhn) (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 10. Total number of occupied housing units is 1. Average household size is 10.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. We are going to have to repopulate the area. They are Dene. Map of Nee Tahi Buhn or Omineca 1

Omineca 1 (Nee Tahi Buhn) or Uncha Lake 13A (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 5. Total number of occupied housing units is 5. Average household size is 1.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. We are going to have to repopulate the area. They are Dene. Map of Nee Tahi Buhn or Uncha Lake 13A

Nis'ga Village of Gingolx (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 408. Total number of occupied housing units is 127. Average household size is 3.2 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Tsimshian. Map of Gingolx

Nis'ga Village of Gitwinksihlkw (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 184. Total number of occupied housing units is 53. Average household size is 3.4 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Tsimshian. Map of Gitwinksihlkw

Nis'ga Village of Laxgalts'ap (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 378. Total number of occupied housing units is 121. Average household size is 3.1 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Tsimshian. Map of Laxgalts'ap

Nis'ga Village of New Aiyansh (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 758. Total number of occupied housing units is 228. Average household size is 3.4 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Tsimshian. Map of New Aiyansh

Nuxalk or Bella Coola (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 852. Total number of occupied housing units is 255. Average household size is 3.3 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Coastal Salish. Map of Nuxalk or Bella Coola

Oweekeno or Katit 1 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 63. Total number of occupied housing units is 35. Average household size is 1.9 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Algonquian-Salishan-Wakashan. Map of Oweekeno or Katit 1

Prophet River (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 129. Total number of occupied housing units is 49. Average household size is 2.6 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Anishinabe-Dene. Map of Prophet River

Saik'uz or Stony Creek 1 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 332. Total number of occupied housing units is 131. Average household size is 2.6 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Anishinabe-Dene. Map of Saik'uz or Stony Creek 1

Samahquam 1 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 0. Total number of occupied housing units is 0. Average household size is 0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Interior Salish Lillooet. We are going to have to repopulate the area. Map of Samahquam 1

Sechelt 1 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 22. Total number of occupied housing units is 11. Average household size is 2.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Coastal Salish. Map of Sechelt

Sechelt 2 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 797. Total number of occupied housing units is 354. Average household size is 2.2 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Coastal Salish. Map of Sechelt

Siska Flat (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 212. Total number of occupied housing units is 74. Average household size is 2.9 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Interior Salish. Map of Siska Flat

Skookumchuck or Skatin (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 94. Total number of occupied housing units is 30. Average household size is 3.1 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Interior Salish. Map of Skookumchuck or Skatin

Skuppa 4 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 5. Total number of occupied housing units is 4. Average household size is 1.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. We are going to have to repopulate the area. They are Interior Salish. Map of Skuppa 4

Skin Tyee or Skins Lake 16A (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 20. Total number of occupied housing units is 6. Average household size is 3.2 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. We are going to have to repopulate the area. They are Anishinabe-Dene. Map of Skins Lake 16A

Skin Tyee or Uncha Lake 13A (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 5. Total number of occupied housing units is 5. Average household size is 1.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. We are going to have to repopulate the area. They are Anishinabe-Dene. Map of Uncha Lake 13A

Sliammon 1 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 730. Total number of occupied housing units is 312. Average household size is 2.4 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Coastal Salish. Map of Sliammon 1

Stellat'en or Stellaquo (Stella) 1 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 205. Total number of occupied housing units is 66. Average household size is 3.1 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Anishinabe-Dene. Map of Stellat'en or Stellaquo (Stella) 1

Takla Landing Carrier and Sekani (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 183. Total number of occupied housing units is 57. Average household size is 3.1 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Anishinabe-Dene. Map of Takla Landing

Taku River Five Mile Point 3 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 75. Total number of occupied housing units is 45. Average household size is 1.4 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Tlingit. Map of Taku River Five Mile Point 3

Taku River Unnamed 10 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 15. Total number of occupied housing units is 10. Average household size is 1.5 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Tlingit. Their community is adjacent to Atlin, British Columbia. Map of Taku River Unnamed 10

Telegraph Creek and Telegraph Creek 6 and Telegraph Creek 6A (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 10. Total number of occupied housing units is 2. Average household size is 5.0 persons per housing unit. A dramatic population decline occurred between 2006 and 2011. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Anishinabe-Dene. We are going to have to repopulate the area. Map of Telegraph Creek and Telegraph Creek 6 and Telegraph Creek 6A

T'it'q'et or Lillooet 1 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 222. Total number of occupied housing units 87. Average household size is 2.6 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are interior Salish. Map of T'it'q'et or Lillooet 1

T'it'q'et or McCartney's Flat 4 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 32. Total number of occupied housing units 13. Average household size is 2.5 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are interior Salish. Map of T'it'q'et or McCartney's Flat 4

T'it'q'et or Seton Lake 5 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 5. Total number of occupied housing units is 4. Average household size is 1.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. We are going to have to repopulate the area. They are Interior Salish. Map of Seton Lake or Seton Lake 5

T'it'q'et or Towinock 2 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 5. Total number of occupied housing units 3. Average household size is 1.5 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. We are going to have to repopulate the area. They are interior Salish. Map of T'it'q'et or Towinock 2

Tl'azt'en or Tache 1 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 409. Total number of occupied housing units 107. Average household size is 3.9 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Anishinabe-Dene. Map of Tl'azt'en or Tache 1

Tl'azt'en or Binche 2 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 111. Total number of occupied housing units 35. Average household size is 3.1 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Anishinabe-Dene. Map of Tl'azt'en or Binche 2

Tsawatainewuk or Kingcome or Quaee 7 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 91. Total number of occupied housing units 32. Average household size is 3.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Anishinabe-Salishan-Wakashan. Map of Tsawatainewuk or Kingcome or Quaee 7

Ts'kw'aylaxw Shuswap or Leon Creek 2 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 0. Total number of occupied housing units 0. Average household size is persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. Land needs to be colonized. They are Anishinabe and Anishinabe-Interior Salish. The Shuswap are Anishinabe. Map of Ts'kw'aylaxw or Leon Creek 2

Ts'kw'aylaxw Shuswap or Marble Canyon 3 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 68. Total number of occupied housing units 24. Average household size is 2.8 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Anishinabe and Anishinabe-Interior Salish. The Shuswap are Anishinabe. Map of Ts'kw'aylaxw or Marble Canyon 3

Ts'kw'aylaxw Shuswap or Pavilion 1 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 51. Total number of occupied housing units 23. Average household size is 2.3 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Anishinabe and Anishinabe-Interior Salish. The Shuswap are Anishinabe. Map of Ts'kw'aylaxw or Pavilion 1

Tsay Keh or Lake Williston (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 66. Total number of occupied housing units ?. Average household size is ? persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Anishinabe-Dene. Lake Williston is their domain. Before the dam was built in the 1960s, the Saulteau Chippewa's considered the Lake Williston region one of their prime fishing and hunting locations, as well as berry picking. They claim since the construction of the dam the wildgame has decreased. Map of Tsay Keh or Lake Williston

Ulkatcho 14A (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 138. Total number of occupied housing units 58. Average household size is 2.2 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Anishinabe-Dene. Map of Ulkatcho 14A

Ulkatcho or Fishtrap 19 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 20. Total number of occupied housing units 10. Average household size is 2.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Anishinabe-Dene. Map of Ulkatcho or Fishtrap 19

Ulkatcho or Squinas 2 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 161. Total number of occupied housing units 47. Average household size is 3.7 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Anishinabe-Dene. Map of Ulkatcho or Squinas 2

Ulkatcho Thomas Squinas Ranch 2A (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 20. Total number of occupied housing units 7. Average household size is 3.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Anishinabe-Dene. Map of Ulkatcho Thomas Squinas Ranch 2A

Ulkatcho Towdystan Lake 3 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 10. Total number of occupied housing units 4. Average household size is 2.1 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Anishinabe-Dene. Map of Ulkatcho Towdystan Lake 3

West Moberly Lake 168A (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 95. Total number of occupied housing units 36. Average household size is 2.6 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are a mixture of Anishinabe and Dene. Map of West Moberly Lake 168A

Wet'suwet'en Palling 1 (Omineca 1) (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 5. 2006 population 75. Total number of occupied housing units is 2. Average household size is 2.1 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Dene. Something is wrong with this community. They were originally a part of Omineca 1. A dramatic population decline has nearly de-populated their community. We need to repopulate this community. Map of Wet'suwet'en Palling 1

Xaxli'p or Chilhil 6 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 70. Total number of occupied housing units 28. Average household size is 2.5 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Anishinabe-Dene. Map of Xaxli'p or Chilhil 6

Xaxli'p or Fountain 10, 11, and 12 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 20. Total number of occupied housing units 7. Average household size is 3.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Anishinabe-Dene. Map of Xaxli'p or Fountain 12

Xeni Gwet'in Chilco Lake 1 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 43. Total number of occupied housing units 17. Average household size is 2.5 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Anishinabe-Dene. Map of Xeni Gwet'in Chilco Lake 1

Xeni Gwet'in Garden 2A (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 5. Total number of occupied housing units 1. Average household size is 5.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Anishinabe-Dene. Map of Xeni Gwet'in Garden 2A

Xeni Gwet'in Lohbiee 3 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 118. Total number of occupied housing units 37. Average household size is 3.4 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Anishinabe-Dene. Map of Xeni Gwet'in Lohbiee 3

Xeni Gwet'in Tanakut 4 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 5. Total number of occupied housing units 4. Average household size is 5.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Anishinabe-Dene. Map of Xeni Gwet'in Tanakut 4

Yekooche or Ye Koo Che 3 (British Columbia) - 2011 Population 88. Total number of occupied housing units 27. Average household size is 3.0 persons per housing unit. Around 0 speak the Anishinabe language. They are Anishinabe-Dene. Map of Yekooche or Ye Koo Che 3



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