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Dauphin River First Nation

This Ojibway Lake Manitoba Ojibway Reserve community is located along western shores of Lake Winnipeg. Population of Dauphin River First Nation is 226 according to 2011's census. However, floods in 2011 forced 70 families to evacuate Dauphin River. That would mean the entire community was forced to leave. In 2017, some 20 people from Dauphin River First Nation were forced to evacuate their homes as a result of winter flooding. So there are Ojibway's living at Dauphin River First Nation. 2016's census reported Dauphin River First Nation population to be 0. That's incorrect however. Ojibway's are blaming Canada for 2011's floods. However, a vast new Great Lake is possibly expanding. They have to take action on their own. Find higher ground and build homes there. This new Great Lake may expand to Minnesota and North Dakota.


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