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Ojibway Indians of Ontario


Below are Ojibway Indians of Ontario and their Reserves. It includes the northern Ojibway People known as Cree and Oji-Cree. According to 19th century Ojibway historians, Cree spoke a dialect of Ojibway Language. In 1852, Peter Jacobs wrote an account of his travels to northern Manitoba or Norway House. Jacobs was Ojibway and spoke Ojibway Language. He wrote the following: He performed the whole of the service (preaching) well, and read his sermon well; but i am not a competent judge of this mixed language of Ojibway - Cree and Swampy (Cree) or Oji-Cree. The Cree and Swampy are nearer kin to each other than either to the noble and majestic Ojibway; and that is the language i profess to understand. Ojibway Indians of Ontario trace their origins to ogima sagima who led Ojibway Soldiers to prepare to colonize Michigan, Ontario and Quebec. These events happened in the 16th century according to 19th century Ojibway historian Andrew Blackbird. First location Ojibway Indians of Ontario colonized in Ontario, was possibly Manitoulin Island. White Christian Missionaries corrupted Ojibway Language. Either that or were confused with Ojibway Language.



Ojibway Reserves and First Nations of Ontario

Below are Ojibway communities located in Ontario. Many of their First Nations are found under Manitoulin Island Reserve, Michipicoten Reserve, Ojibway Kasba Reserve, Shawanaga Reserve, ect. Most of their latest populations are from 2016. Populations are for on-Reserve only or it does not include off-Reserve populations. I've included band names for most of their communities. Usually taken from a waterway that community is in close proximity to. English and Canadian leaders were no different than American leaders. They constantly broke treaty agreements.



The Alderville Ojibways (Lake Simcoe Band of Ojibways):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Sugar Island and the Alderville Reserves in Ontario, Canada. The size of these Ojibway Reserves is approximately 1,216.1 hectares. It's located along the east shores of Rice Lake.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 312 (2016 census)

The Aroland Ojibways (Lake Nipigon Band of Ojibwa's):
This band of Ojibways, have no Reserve in Ontario, Canada. It's a settlement known as Aroland Indian Settlement. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 0 hectares. They do, however, have Reserve status.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 361 (2011 census)

The Beausoleil Ojibways, Ottawa's and Potawatomi:
This band of Ojibways, Ottawa's and Potawatomi inhabit the Christian Island and the Chippewa Island Reserves in Ontario, Canada. The size of these tiny Canadian Ojibway Reserves is approximately 5,435.6 hectares. They are not following prophecy when they should. There is or has been, a movement to recognize each other as distinct. They know about the Seven Fires Prophecy and what will happen if they don't follow prophecy. They must change the name of their Nation and Reserves, especially Christian Island Reserve. By using Christian Island as their identity, they are admitting they are anti-Messiah.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 637 (2016 census)

The Big Grassy Ojibways (Rainy River Band of Saulteaux Ojibwa's):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Big Grassy River, Lake of the Woods, Naongashing and the Obabikong Reserves in Ontario, Canada. The size of these Ojibway Reserves is approximately 6,254.1 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 251 (2016 census)

The Caldwell Ojibways, Ottawa's and Potawatomi:
After the Ojibwa's lost the War of 1812, they dealt with both Canada and the United States demanding their land. They didn't side with any white nation during the War of 1812. They knew better. After the War of 1812, land cessions followed. Ojibwa's were set aside land in extreme southern Ontario where Point Pelee is located. In the 1920s, Canada refused to honor treaty. They sent in their police and destroyed many of the homes of the Ojibwa's at Pelee Point. Many of the Ojibwa's from the Chippewas Point Pelee Reserve moved to Walpole Island Reserve. They yet live there and continue to claim Point Pelee as their land. These Ojibwa People are Swan Creek and Black River Chippewa's.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 2 (2016 census)

The Couchiching Ojibways (Rainy River Band of Saulteaux Ojibwa's):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Couchiching and Agency Reserves in Ontario, Canada. The size of these Ojibway Reserves is approximately 6,422.5 hectares. It's located almost adjacent to Fort Francis, Ontario.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 700 (2016 census)

The Curve Lake Ojibways (Lake Simcoe Band of Ojibways):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Curve Lake and Islands in Trent Waters Reserves in Ontario, Canada. The size of these small Ojibway Reserves is approximately 875.7 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 785 (2016 census)

The Dalles Ojibways (aka Ochiichagwe'babigo'ining FN - Rainy River Band of Saulteaux Ojibwa's):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Dalles Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 3,257 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 158 (2016 census)

The Dokis Ojibways (Lake Nipissing Band of Ojibways):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Dokis Reserve, in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 12,262.2 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 174 (2016 census)

The Eagle Lake Ojibways:
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Eagle Lake Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 3,592 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 359 (2016 census)

The Fort William Ojibways (Lake Nipigon Band of Ojibways):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Fort William Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 5,815.1 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 973 (2016 census)

The Georgina Island Ojibways (Lake Simcoe Band of Ojibways):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Chippewa Island and Georgina Island Reserves in Ontario, Canada. The size of these small Ojibway Reserves is approximately 1,353 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 205 (2016 census)

The Ginoogaming Ojibways (Lake Nipigon Band of Ojibways):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Long Lake Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 6,978 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 197 (2016 census)

The Golden Lake Ojibways (aka Pikwakanagan FN - Algonquin Band of Ojibways):
This band of Ojibways of Algonkin origin, inhabit the Golden Lake Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The size of this small Ojibway Reserve is approximately 688.8 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 461 (2016 census)

The Grassy Narrows Ojibways (aka English River 21 Reserve - Rainy River Band of Saulteaux Ojibwa's):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the English River Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 4,145 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 962 (2016 census)

The Gull Bay Ojibways (aka Gull River FN - Lake Nipigon Band of Ojibways):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Gull River Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 3,940 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 364 (2016 census)

The Henvey Inlet Ojibways (Lake Nipissing Band of Ojibways):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Reserves of French River and also Henvey Inlet, in Ontario, Canada. The size of these Ojibway Reserves is approximately 12,157.8 hectares. However, it's really much larger and includes Magnetawan, Parry Island and Shawanaga Reserves. This Ojibway Reserve is 3 times larger. Ojibway leaders considered 1 mile to be 1 league or 3 miles. They should name all 4 Reserves Shawanaga!
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 189 (2016 census)

The Hiawatha Ojibways (Lake Simcoe Band of Ojibways):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Trent Waters Island and the Hiawatha Reserves in Ontario, Canada. The size of these small Ojibway Reserves is approximately 790.4 hectares. It's located along the west shores of Rice Lake.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 201 (2016 census)

The Kettle And Stony Point Ojibways, Ottawa's and Potawatomi:
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Kettle Point Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The size of this small Ojibway Reserve is approximately 848.8 hectares. They are from the Swan Creek and Black River Chippewa's.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 1,331 (2016 census)

The Lac Des Mille Ojibways (Lake Nipigon Band of Ojibways):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Lac Des Mille Lacs 22A1 & 22A2 Reserves in Ontario, Canada. The size of these Ojibway Reserves is approximately 4,948 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 7 (2016 census)

The Lac La Croix Ojibways (aka Neguaguon Lake 25 - Rainy River Band of Saulteaux Ojibwa's):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Neguaguon Lake 25D Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 6,214.1 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 314 (2016 census)

The Lake Nipigon Ojibways (aka Animbiigoo Zaagi'igan FN - Lake Nipigon Band of Ojibways):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Mcdiarmid Indian Settlement in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 0 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 3 (2016 census)

The Magnetawan Ojibways (Lake Nipissing Band of Ojibways):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Magnetawan Reserve, in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 4,714.7 hectares. However, it's really much larger and includes Henvey Inlet, Parry Island and Shawanaga Reserves. This Ojibway Reserve is 3 times larger. Ojibway leaders considered 1 mile to be 1 league or 3 miles. They should name all 4 Reserves Shawanaga!
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 75 (2016 census)



Manitoulin Island Ojibway Reservation:

They never ceded their Manitoulin Island Reserve. Their leaders were bribed or Canada refused to accept the Ojibwa refusal to cede Manitoulin Island Reserve. Manitoulin Island Reserve was set aside for Ojibways, Ottawa's and Potawatomi. Whitefish River is adjacent to Manitoulin Island and must be considered a part of the Manitoulin Island Reserve.

The Wikwemikong Ojibways, Ottawa's and Potawatomi:
The Population is 3,170 (2016 census)

The Cockburn Island Ojibways, Ottawa's and Potawatomi (aka Zhiibaahaasing FN):
The Population is 65 (2016 census)

The Sucker Creek Ojibways, Ottawa's and Potawatomi (aka Aundeck Omni Kaning FN):
The Population is 373 (2016 census)

The West Bay Ojibways, Ottawa's and Potawatomi (aka M'Chigeeng FN):
The Population is 939 (2016 census)

The Whitefish River Ojibways, Ottawa's and Potawatomi:
The Population is 400 (2016 census)

The population of Manitoulin Island Reserve is 4,947

The Language is Ojibway



The Matachewan Ojibways (Algonquin Band of Ojibways):
This band of Ojibways also includes many people of Cree origin, and both people inhabit the Matachewan Reserve, in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Ojibway and Cree Reserve is approximately 4,158.6 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 42 (2016 census)



Michipicoten Ojibway Reservation:

They inhabit a large Ojibway Reserve located along Lake Superiors east coast, extending from Pic River on the north to Sault Ste. Marie on the south. On the east, it extends to Flying Post down to Mattagami then Sagamok then back to Rankin Location 15D then Lake Superior.

Batchewana including Rankin Location 15D; Goulais Bay 15A, Obadjiwan 15A & Whitefish Island - 775 (2016 census)
Chapleau 61 included with Michipicoten
Chapleau 61A included with Chapleau 74A
Chapleau 74 included with Chapleau 74A
Chapleau 74A - 30 (2016 census)
Chapleau 75 - 59 (2016 census)
Chapleau Cree Fox Lake included with Chapleau 75
Duck Lake 76B (aka Brunswick House FN) - 207 (2016 census)
Flying Post 73 (aka Flying Post FN) - 1 (2016 census)
Garden River (aka Garden River FN 14) - 1,237 (2016 census)
Gros Cap 49 included with Michipicoten
Gros Cap Indian Village 49A included with Michipicoten
Mattagami 71 (aka Mattagami FN) - 168 (2016 census)
Michipicoten 62 - 67 (2016 census)
Missanabie 62 included with Michipicoten
Mississagi (aka Mississagi River 8 FN) - 392 (2016 census)
Mountbatten 76A included with Duck Lake 76B (aka Brunswick House FN)
Pic Mobert North & Pic Mobert South (aka Pic Mobert FN) - 354 (2016 census)
Pic River (aka Pic Mobert FN) - 534 (2016 census)
Sagamok (aka Sagamok FN) - 1,575 (2016 census)
Serpent River (aka Serpent River 7 FN) - 358 (2016 census)
Thessalon (aka Thessalon 12 FN) - 108 (2016 census)

The Population of Michipicoten Reserve is 4,545

The Language is Ojibway




The Mississauga Scugog Ojibways (Lake Simcoe Band of Ojibways):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Mississauga Scugog Reserve, in Ontario, Canada. Thier Reserve has an area of 321.40 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
Population is 49 (2016 census)

The Moose Deer Point Ojibways (from Montana Ojibwa's):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Moose Point Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The size of this very small Ojibway Reserve, is approximately 619 acres. Many Montana Ojibwa's were forced through many Deportations including to Canada. This Montana Ojibwa Reserve was set aside in 1917. A year before, the United States reduced the size of Fort Assiniboine Indian Reservation (aka Rocky Boys Reservation) and forced 100's of Chippewa's off of Reservation rolls. These Montana Chippewa's think they are Potawatomi now.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 140 (2016 census)

The Moose Factory:
This community of Eskimos, Ojibwa's and whites, inhabit the Factory Island and Moose Factory Reserves in Ontario, Canada. It was the first English speaking community in Ontario. Many Eskimos were brought to that region to fight the Ojibwa's. The size of these Reserves is approximately 17,393 hectares.
The Language is corrupted Ojibway
The Population is 1,800 (2016 census)

The Naicatchewenin Ojibways (aka Northwest Bay FN - Rainy River Band of Ojibwa's):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Rainy Lake 17A and 17B Reserves in Ontario, Canada. The size of these Ojibway Reserves is approximately 2,489.3 hectares. This one is extremely corrupt.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 312 (2016 census)

The Naongashiing Ojibways (Rainy River Band of Saulteaux Ojibwa's):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Big Island, Big Island Mainland, Lake of the Woods, Shoal lake, Naongashing and Saugagawsing Reserves in Ontario, Canada. The size of these Ojibway Reserves is approximately 4,330.7 hectares. Naongashiing may be pronounced "Na-on-ga-shiiq."
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 279

The New Post Cree (Taykwa Tagamou):
This band of fabricated Cree, inhabit the New Post Cree Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Cree Reserve is approximately 2,188 hectares.
The Language is corrupted Ojibway
The Population is 137 (2016 census)

The Nicickousemenecaning Ojibways (aka Nigigoonsiminikaaning FN & Red Cut FN - Rainy River Band of Ojibwa's):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Rainy Lake 26A, 26B and 26C Reserves in Ontario, Canada. The size of these Ojibway Reserves is approximately 4,085.7 hectares. This one is extremely corrupt.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 161 (2016 census)

The Nipissing Ojibways (Lake Nipissing Band of Ojibways):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Nipissing Reserve, in Ontario, Canada. It's adjacent to North Bay. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 21,007 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 960 (2016 census)

The Northwest Angle Ojibways #33 (Rainy River Band of Ojibwa's):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Whitefish Bay 33A and Northwest Angle 33B Reserves in Ontario, Canada. The size of these Ojibway Reserves is approximately 2,586 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 217 (2016 census)

The Northwest Angle Ojibways #37 (aka Animakee Wa Zhing FN - Rainy River Band of Ojibwa's):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Big Island 37, Lake of the Woods 34, 37 and 37B, Northwest Angle 34, 34C, 37B and 37C, Shoal Lake 34B1 and 37A and Whitefish Bay 34A Reserves in Ontario, Canada. This one is extremely corrupt.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 181 (2016 census)

The Ojibway Nation of Saugeen (Albany River Band of Ojibway):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Savant Lake Indian Settlement in Ontario, Canada. They are located 60 miles east of Lac Seul. Savant Lake is connected to Lac Seul by a river and lakes. Lac Seul is the western extreme of Albany River. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 0 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 82 (2016 census)

The Ojibways Of New Credit (aka Assinica or Seneca Ojibways):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit New Credit Reserve in Ontario, Canada. However, the Assinica Ojibways Six Nations Reserve is actually the Ojibways New Credit Reserve. Seneca's are really Ojibway. We have to include the Six Nations Reserve. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 2,392.6 hectares or 5,912 acres for the New Credit Reserve and 18,278.50 hectares or 45,167 acres for the Six Nations Reserve. Both Reserves are connected or the same Reserve. Combined, New Credit Reserve has an area of 51,079 acres or 20,671.1 hectares. These Assinica Ojibways lived in New York yet requested from Ojibway leaders in southern Ontario, to be allowed to relocate to their territory. New Credit is located in the southeast. Population is, New Credit 940 and 7,159 for Six Nations of Grand River. New Credit may have been colonized by chief Rocky Boy's Montana Ojibway subjects.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 8,099 (2011 census)

The Onigaming Ojibways (aka Sabaskong FN - Rainy River Band of Ojibwa's):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Sabaskong Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 2,059 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 465 (2016 census)

The Parry Island Ojibways:
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Parry Island Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The size of this very tiny Ojibway Reserve located in the western section of the Ojibways former territory is approximately 72 sq. km. However, it's really much larger and includes Henvey Inlet, Magnetawan and Shawanaga Reserves. This Ojibway Reserve is 3 times larger. Ojibway leaders considered 1 mile to be 1 league or 3 miles. They should name all 4 Reserves Shawanaga!
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 317 (2016 census)

The Pays Plat Ojibways (Lake Nipigon Band of Ojibwa's):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Pays Plat Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The size of this very tiny Ojibway Reserve located in the western section of the Ojibways former territory is approximately 225 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 72 (2016 census)

The Red Rock Ojibways (aka Lake Helen FN - Lake Nipigon Band of Ojibwa's):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Red Rock and Lake Helen Reserves in Ontario, Canada. The size of these very small Ojibway Reserves is approximately 197.4 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 285 (2016 census)

The Rocky Bay Ojibways (aka Biinjitiwabik Zaaging - Lake Nipigon Band of Ojibwa's):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Rocky Bay Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The size of this very small Ojibway Reserve is approximately 13.4 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 337 (2016 census)

The Sand Point Ojibways (aka Bingwi Neyaashi - Lake Nipigon Band of Ojibwa's):
This band of Ojibways, has no Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 0 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is ? (2016 census)

The Sarnia Ojibways (aka Aam-joo-naang):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Sarnia Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 1,280.5 hectares. They are from the Swan Creek and Black River Chippewa's.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 885 (2016 census)

The Saugeen Ojibways:
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Chiefs Point, Saugeen, Saugeen Hunting Grounds, Saugeen and Cape Crocker Fishing Islands Reserves in Ontario, Canada. The size of these Ojibway Reserves is approximately 5,061.5 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 801 (2016 census)

The Seine River Ojibways (Rainy River Band of Ojibwa's):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Seine River Reserves in Ontario, Canada. The size of these Ojibway Reserves is approximately 5,152.2 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 350 (2016 census)

The Shawanaga Ojibways (Lake Nipissing Band of Ojibways):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit Shaw-a-na-ga Reserve and the Naiscoutaing Reserve, in Ontario, Canada. The size of these Ojibway Reserves is approximately 4,508.8 hectares. However, it's really much larger and includes Henvey Inlet, Magnetawan and Shawanaga Reserves. This Ojibway Reserve is 3 times larger. Ojibway leaders considered 1 mile to be 1 league or 3 miles. They should name all 4 Reserves Shawanaga!
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 180 (2016 census)

The Shoal Lake #40 Ojibways (Rainy River Band of Ojibwa's):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Shoal Lake Reserves in Ontario, Canada. The size of these Ojibway Reserves is approximately 2,579 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 286 (2016 census)

The Stanjikoming Ojibways (aka Rainy Lake 18C and Mitaanjigamiing - Rainy River Band of Ojibwa's):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Rainy Lake and Agency Reserves in Ontario, Canada. The size of these tiny Ojibway Reserves located in the western section of the Ojibways former territory is approximately 1,562.6 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 110 (2016 census)

The Temagami Ojibways (aka Bear Island FN - Lake Nipissing Band of Ojibways):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Bear Island Reserve, in Ontario, Canada. The size of this small Ojibway Reserve is approximately 293.4 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 240 (2016 census)

The Thames Ojibways, Munsee Delaware and Oneida:
This band of Ojibways, Munsee Delaware and Oneida inhabit the Chippewa of the Thames Reserve in Ontario, Canada. Though you may think they are separate Reserves, they are one Reserve. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 3,652.6 hectares or 9,026 acres. Munsee Delaware has an area of 1,054 hectares or 2,600 acres. Oneida has an area of 2,200 hectares or 5,436 acres. Total is 6,906.6 hectares or 17,062 acres. The Oneida were given permission by the Swan Creek and Black River Chippewa's, to purchase land from them. The Oneida are really Ojibway's from Credit Reserve near Toronto, that were forced to relocate to Chippewa of the Thames Reserve in the 1840's. The Munsee Delaware who are really Ojibway, were forced off that portion of COTTR known as Big Bear Creek Reserve in the 1840's. There is fueding between these Ojibway People. It got so bad in the late 19th century, Ojibway leaders of COTTR demanded that they leave. Today, they continue to cause trouble by claiming the tiny town of Munsee.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 981 (2016 census)
Munsee Delaware 154 (2016 census)
Oneida 2,167 (2016 census)
Total is 3,302 (2016 census)



The Ojibwa Treaty 9 (aka Kasba) Reservation

The Albany And Kashechewan Ojibways And Cree (aka Fort Albany FN - Albany River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation. England built Fort Albany in the late 17th century and brought their Eskimo allies to the fort to battle the Ojibwa's. Eskimos make up a large percentage of the population.
The Languages is Ojibway
The Population is 3,102 (2016 census)

The Attawapiskat (Attawapiskat River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation. Many Eskimos were brought to the Attawapiskat region by the English, during the wars fought in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Many Eskimos who lived on Akimiski Island were relocated to Attawapiskat.
The Language is corrupted Ojibway
The Population is 1,934 (2016 census)

The Bearskin Lake Ojibway (Sachigo River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 475 (2016 census)

The Big Trout Lake Ojibway (Sachigo River through Fawn River, Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 1,129 (2016 census)

The Cat Lake Ojibways (Albany River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 596 (2016 census)

The Constance Lake Ojibway (Albany River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 850 (2016 census)

The Deer Lake Ojibway (Sachigo River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 1,062 (2016 census)

The Eabametoong or ay-ya-ba-met-ong or ong-ay-ya-ba-met (aka Fort Hope FN - Albany River Band of Ojibwa's) Ojibways:
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 1,507 (2016 census)

The Fort Severn Ojibway (Sachigo River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
These Ojibwa's originally lived much further inland at the confluence of the Sachigo and Severn Rivers. They are related to the Ojibwa's from Big Trout Lake. They were forced to relocate to where their current village is, in 1973.
The Language is corrupted Ojibway
The Population is 542 (2016 census)

The Kasabonika Ojibway (Winisk River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 1,068 (2016 census)

The Keewaywin Ojibway (Sachigo River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 463 (2016 census)

The Kingfisher Lake Ojibway (Winisk River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 535 (2016 census)

The Lac Seul Ojibways (Albany River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 884 (2016 census)

The Mcdowell Lake Ojibway (Sachigo River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 1 at settlement and 21 on no Band Crown Land (2016 census)

The Marten Falls Ojibways (Albany River Band of Ojibways):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 347 (2016 census)

The Muskrat Dam Ojibway (Sachigo River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 210 (2016 census)

The Neskantaga Ojibway (Attawapiskat Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 337 (2016 census)

The New Slate Falls Ojibway (Albany River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 30 at village and 170 on no Band Crown Land and 1 on Crown Land (2016 census)

The North Caribou Lake (Sachigo River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 835 (2016 census)

The North Spirit Lake Ojibway (Sachigo River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 440 (2016 census)

The Osnaburgh Ojibways (aka Mishkeegogamang FN - Albany River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 1,069 (2016 census)

The Pikangikum Ojibways (Berens River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 2,751 (2016 census)

The Poplar Hill Ojibways (Berens River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 602 (2016 census)

The Sachigo Lake Ojibway (Sachigo River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 506 (2016 census)

The Sandy Lake Ojibway (Sachigo River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 1,599 (2016 census)

The Summer Beaver (aka Nibinamik - Winisk River Band of Ojibwa's) Ojibways:
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 53 (2016 census) 337 Neskantaga (2016 census)

The Wapekeka Ojibway (Sachigo River through Big Trout Lake, Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 449 (2016 census)

The Wawakapewin Ojibway (Winisk River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 40 (2016 census)

The Webequie Ojibways (Winisk River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 312 (2016 census)

The Weenusk Ojibways And Cree (Winisk River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Languages are Ojibway and Cree
The Population is 16 in village of Peawanuck and 258 on Crown Land (2016 census)

The Wunnumin Ojibway (Winisk River Band of Ojibwa's):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 563 (2016 census)




The Wabaseemoong Ojibways (Rainy River Band of Ojibwa's):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the One Man Lake, Islington and the Swan Lake Reserves in Ontario, Canada. The size of these Ojibway Reserves is approximately 11,834 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 969 (2016 census)

The Wabauskang Ojibways (Albany River Band of Ojibway):
They are a community of the Ojibwa Treaty 9 Reservation.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 136 (2016 census)

The Wabigoon Lake Ojibways:
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Wabigoon Lake Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 5,209.2 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
Population is 194 (2016 census)

The Wahgoshig Ojibways (aka Abitibi FN - Algonquin Band of Ojibways):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Abitibi Reserve, in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 7,770.1 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 136 (2016 census)

The Wahnapitae Ojibways (Lake Nipissing Band of Ojibways):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Wahnapitae Reserve, in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 1,036 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 60 (2016 census)

The Walpole Island Ojibways, Ottawa's And Potawatomi (they are really Swan Creek and Black River Chippewa's):
This band of Ojibways, Ottawa's and Potawatomi, inhabit the Walpole Island Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 15,891.1 hectares or 39,267 acres. Many Ojibway's from the Chippewa Pelee Point Reserve, relocated to Walpole Island after 1920.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 2,348 (2016 census)

The Wausauksing Ojibways (aka Parry Island FN - Lake Nipissing Band of Ojibways):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Parry Island Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 7,486.8 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 404 (2016 census)

The Wauzhushk Onigum Ojibways (aka Obashkaandagaang, Rat Portage FN, and Washagamis - Rainy River Band of Ojibwa's):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Rat Portage Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 3,237.5 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 148 (2016 census)

The Whitefish Bay Ojibways (aka Naotkamegwanning - Rainy River Band of Ojibwa's):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Whitefish Bay, Sabaskong Bay and the Yellow Girl Bay Reserves in Ontario, Canada. The size of these Ojibway Reserves is approximately 5,274 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 1,154 (2016 census) (Animakee Wa Zhing #37 - 181) - (Northwest Angle No.33 - 217) - (Naotkamegwanning - 756)

The Whitefish Lake Ojibways and Ottawa's (aka Atikameksheng FN - Lake Nipissing Band of Ojibways):
This band of Ojibways and Ottawa's, inhabit the Whitefish Lake Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 17,704.5 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 385 (2016 census)

The Whitesand Ojibways (Lake Nipigon Band of Ojibway):
This band of Ojibways, inhabit the Armstrong Indian Settlement in Ontario, Canada. The size of this Ojibway Reserve is approximately 0 hectares.
The Language is Ojibway
The Population is 360 (2016 census)

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