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Little Saskatchewan First Nation

This Ojibway Lake Manitoba Ojibway Reserve community known as Little Saskatchewan (Sas-ka-chiw-ah-niiz in Ojibway), is located between Lakes Manitoba and Winnipeg, in Manitoba. Their population is 288 according to 2016's census. It decreased from 2011's population of 399, to 288 in a 5 year period. What caused this population decline was 2011's floods. They have 97 dwellings with 72 lived in. Average household size is 4.1 persons per household. Ojibway is spoken by about 75 people at Little Saskatchewan First Nation. They have to seriously consider relocating their community further north. There may be a Great Lake being created in that region. Canada already knows about it. They also know about an unusual event in Saskatchewan which is similar. Quill Lakes is now one lake quickly expanding east. In North Dakota Devil's Lake is also expanding.


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