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Sachigo Lake First Nation

This Ojibway settlement is located in northwestern Ontario. They are from Sachigo Sippi (River) Ojibway's. Sachigo Lake First Nation is an isolated community which depends on planes and a winter road for food and other supplies to be brought in. This small Ojibway settlement is located near a lake with a same name. According to 2016's census, population of Sachigo Lake First Nation is 514. That does not include those living with whites. They have 137 dwellings with 116 lived in. Average household size is 4.5 persons per household. Around 255 speak Severn Ojibway Language. If they don't want to follow prophesy, they will be destroyed. There's a conspiracy at this Reserve, to promote being Cree! Your not fooling me by claiming you are Cree. I'm enforcing law! You are charged with Desertion during time of war and Forging a False National Identity during time of war. That is an extremely serious crime! However, to appease non white entities from far in the future (a thousand or so years from now or 2020) looking out for you, fill out form below requesting for amnesty. They are so advanced, they'll know who you are and also know if you refuse to identify as Ojibway. They will grant amnesty if you request it!


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