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Lake St. Martin First Nation

This Ojibway Lake Manitoba Ojibway Reserve community is located along shores of Lake St. Martin, in Manitoba. The population is 475 according to a 2020 estimate. In 2006 or 2011's census, over 1,400 people lived at Lake St. Martin. In 2011, floods hit Manitoba including Lake St. Martin First Nation region. Canada claimed they diverted Assiniboine River's water, to Lake St. Martin, to avoid flooding at Winnipeg. It led to an evacuation of nearly all people living at Lake St. Martin. Nearly all were relocated to Winnipeg until a new location was provided to build a new Lake St. Martin town. That commenced in 2016 and contines. Around 300 to 350 Lake St. Martin families, are yet waiting to return to their new community. More housing units have to be constructed however. It's likely some will house with family and friends that have new homes at new Lake St. Martin until then! They probably lied about diverting Assiniboine Rivers water. There may be a process going on now, in which a new Great Lake is being created in south central Manitoba. There is evidence that those lakes are expanding. Their new location for Lake St. Martin may not be so good. They should move further north to avoid more flooding. They know what's going on. Ojibway leaders have to monitor those lakes.


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