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Misipawistik Reserve of Manitoba and Saskatchewan


Before 1900, Canada used Deceit to conceal large Ojibway Reserves. Their way of concealing large Ojibway Reserves was by using one "Agency" to manage affairs of many Ojibway Communities. This Reserves agency was located at The Pas. All communities of "Misi Pawis'tik Reserve of Manitoba and Saskatchewan," were managed by Pas Agency. Below is a map of "Misi Pawis'tik Ojibway Reserve of Manitoba and Saskatchewan," and links to google earth photos of Grand Rapids or Misi Pawi or Gitchi Pawi. In the United States, they used "Agencies" also yet did not conceal how they functioned. One agency managed affairs for one Reservation. That includes large Reservations like Blackfeet Reservation, Cheyenne River Reservation, Crow Reservation, Pine Ridge Reservation, ect. Pas Agency manages or managed 11 Ojibway communities. I included Lac la Ronge (their from Grand Rapids Ojibway's), Marcel Colomb (their from Grand Rapids Ojibway's), Mathias Colomb (their from Grand Rapids Ojibway's), Montreal Lake (their from Grand Rapids Ojibway's) and Peter Ballantyne (their from Grand Rapids Ojibway's) because their descendants of Grand Rapids Ojibways and also chief Yellow Quill's Ojibway Subjects. Chief Kinistin led them to their current locations in the mid and late 19th century. Read Treaty 5 Text! It clearly tells you it was Saulteaux Ojibway leaders from Grand Rapids (aka Misipawistik) that signed Treaty 5 on September 27, 1875. On July 30, 1908 Ojibway leaders from Nelson House signed an adhesion to Treaty 5 and was put under The Pas Agency Management. Nelson House includes South Indian Lake. The 1908-1910 Treaty 5 adhesion signings were for land in Manitoba north of 57° north latitude. It deals with Reindeer Lake (aka Island Lake) in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. The Ojibway's and Eskimos of north Manitoba, were relocated south to Island Lake in northeast Manitoba and the surrounding region on to northwest Ontario. Your not fooling me by claiming you are Cree. I'm enforcing law! You are charged with Desertion during time of war and Forging a False National Identity during time of war. That is an extremely serious crime! However, to appease non white entities from far in the future (a thousand or so years from now or 2020) looking out for you, fill out form below requesting for amnesty. They are so advanced, they'll know who you are and also know if you refuse to identify as Ojibway. They will grant amnesty if you request it!



After careful investigations pertaining to Canadian Ojibway Reserves, I've decided Canada resorted to "Deceit" to cover-up large Ojibway Reserves. They did so out of "Fear and Greed." Manitoba, Ontario and Saskatchewan have Canada's largest Ojibway Reserves. That's not including Northwest Territories. Most Misi Pawis'tik Reserve of Manitoba and Saskatchewan Ojibway communities, are signatories to Treaty 5 (we know their Ojibway Communities - read Treaty 5 Text) which was signed between 1875 and 1910. Chief Yellow Quill was responsible for creation of Misi Pawis'tik Reserve of Manitoba and Saskatchewan. In late 1860's, Canada wanted Red River Colony a part of Canada. Ojibway Soldiers were subjugating Red River Colony and had been since 1817. Chief Yellow Quill stationed Ojibway Soldiers near Portage la Prairie to prevent whites, Eskimos and mixed bloods from Red River Colony led by Louis Riel, from expanding west. Chief Yellow Quill wanted to negotiate Red River Colony's fate (Louis Riel wanted to join Canada) and procure large Ojibway Reserves in exchange for allowing Red River Colony to become a part of Canada. Canada agreed to negotiate treaty. On August 3, 1871 the first Canadian numbered treaty was signed. Treaty 1 dealt with Ojibway land in southern Manitoba and Red River Colony. Ojibway leaders agreed to allow Red River Colony to become independant in exchange for large Ojibway Reserves. Misi Pawis'tik Reserve of Manitoba and Saskatchewan is one of those Reserves. As early as 1871, both Ojibway leaders and Canadian leaders, negotiated for several large Ojibway Reserves. Not only one! Below are Ojibway communities within Misi Pawis'tik Reserve of Manitoba and Saskatchewan. There are more than depicted!







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Districts of Misi Pawis'tik Reserve



Chemawawin
Cumberland House
Grand Rapids
Lac la Ronge
Marcel Colomb
Mathias Colomb
Montreal Lake
Moose Lake
Nelson House
Opaskwayak
Peter Ballantyne
Red Earth
Shoal Lake
South Indian Lake



Demographics of Misi Pawis'tik Reserve

Land Area: 62,500 sq. mi. or 161,874.3 sq. km. (estimate)

Population: 21,546

Language: Corrupted Ojibway

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