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Kinistin First Nation

It is located within Touchwood Hills Reserve. This Ojibway First Nation is also known as Kinistino First Nation. You'll have to read Fishing Lake First Nation History at Touchwood Hills Reserve's page! Some event forced them to leave Touchwood Hills Reserve. According to 2016's census, Kinistin First Nation on-Reserve population is 321. They have 90 housing units with 82 lived in. Average household size is 4.0 persons per household. Ojibway Language is yet spoken at Kinistin yet it's dying out. Around 60 people speak western Ojibway Dialect at Kinistin First Nation. Chief Kinistin returned to this region in Saskatchewan and was set aside a Reserve, after leading many Ojibway people to the Caribou lands of the Chipewyan or where Lac la Ronge and Peter Ballantyne are located at.


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