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Fishing Lake First Nation

It is located within Touchwood Hills Reserve. Some event forced them to leave Touchwood Hills Reserve. You'll have to read Fishing Lake First Nation History at Touchwood Hills Reserve's page! According to 2016's census, Fishing Lake First Nation has an on-Reserve population of 406. Their population declined from 489 in 2011, to 406 in 2016. Their leaders are having difficulties keeping their subjects at Fishing Lake First Nation. They have 161 dwellings with 128 lived in. Average household size is 3.1 persons per household. Around 100 speak Ojibway at Fishing Lake First Nation. A land surrender of 13,170 acres happened in 1907, for chief Rocky Boy's Montana Ojibway's. It was not for whites. Kylemore, Saskatchewan is actually located within this Reserve.


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