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Clandeboye Ojibway Reserve of Manitoba


This Ojibway Reserve is located adjacent to Beren's River Reserve in Manitoba. Below is a map of Clandeboye Reserve, links to google earth photos of Sagkeeng or Saagi'tig and demographics of Clandeboye Reserve. Three Districts make up Clandeboye Reserve. They are: Brokenhead, Fort Alexander (aka Sagkeeng or Saagi'tig) and Peguis. Clandeboye Agency managed these three Ojibway Districts. Thus, why this Ojibway Reserve is named Clandeboye Reserve! Canada used "Deceit" to fool most citizens of this Ojibway Reserve. In 1907, Canada forced Ojibway leaders from Peguis, to cede most of their District. In exchange for ceding 48,000 acres or 19,424.9 hectares, most Ojibway citizens relocated to Beren's River Reserve or where Fisher River and Peguis are now located. Since it was done illegally or without proper permission from Ojibway Nations legitimate Government, we do not recognize 1907's land cession which was conducted primarily to relocate Montana Ojibway's led by chief Rocky Boy, to Beren's River Reserve. Lake Winnipeg is adjacent to this Ojibway Reserve. White invaders caused much trouble in this location until 1817. Ojibway Soldiers defeated the whites and their idiotic Eskimo and Ojibway allies in 1816. In 1817, Ojibway leaders signed Selkirk Treaty in which they set aside a small colony known as Red River Colony. Ojibway Soldiers subjugated Red River Colony until 1869 or 1870. Genuine Ojibway leaders reached treaty agreements with Canadian leaders which allowed Red River Colony to join Canada and set aside several large Ojibway Reserves in Manitoba, Ontario and Saskatchewan. One is Clandeboye Reserve.







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Fort Alexander Road Closeup

Fort Alexander Road Closeup

Fort Alexander Road Closeup

Fort Alexander Road Closeup

Fort Alexander Road Closeup

Fort Alexander Road Closeup

Fort Alexander Road Closeup

Fort Alexander Road Closeup

Fort Alexander Road Closeup

Fort Alexander Road Closeup



Demographics of Clandeboye Reserve

Land Area: 2,000 sq. mi. or 5,180 sq. km. (estimate)

Population: 2,445

Language: Ojibway

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