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Grand Rapids Ojibway Reserve of Manitoba, Ontario and Saskatchewan


This is a vast Ojibway Reserve located in Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario. Below is a map of Grand Rapids Ojibway Reserve (aka Misipawistik Ojibway Reserve), links to google earth photos of Misipawistik and Demographics of this Ojibway Reserve. Before 1900, Canada used Deceit to conceal large Ojibway Reserves. Their way of concealing large Ojibway Reserves was by using one "Agency" to manage affairs of many Ojibway Communities. First agent for Grand Rapids Ojibway Reserve was appointed on January 1, 1877. They originally named this Reserve Treaty 5 Agency. They really named the agency that managed Grand Rapids Ojibway Reserve, Treaty 5 Agency. Then they named it Agency of Mr. McKay. First name of this Reserve is Grand Rapids Ojibway Reserve. Other names used include Berens River and Norway House. However, we will use Grand Rapids Ojibway Reserve (aka Misi Pawistik Ojibway Reserve). All Ojibway Districts of GROR are signatories to Treaty 5. Treaty 5 adhesion signings followed in 1908-1910. They added God's Lake including God's Lake Narrows, Nelson House including South Indian Lake, Oxford House and Split Lake. Supposedly Island Lake was added in 1909 yet they signed Treaty 5 decades earlier. They were listed as Island Bands from 1880. These following Ojibway Districts make up Grand Rapids Ojibway Reserve:



Berens River - 1880
Birch River - ?
Bloodvein - 1879
Chemawawin - 1880
Churchill - ?
Cross Lake - 1879
Cumberland House - 1879
Deer Lake - ?
Fisher River - 1879
God's Lake including God's Lake Narrows - 1909
Grand Rapids - 1879
Hollow Water - 1879
Island Bands - 1880
Jackhead - 1881
Little Grand Rapids - 1883
Little Black River - 1883
Loon Straits - 1880
Moose Lake - 1880
Nelson House - 1908
Norway House - 1879
Oxford House - 1909
Pas Mountain - 1879
Pikangikum - 1889
Poplar River - 1879
Split Lake - 1908
The Pas - 1879

Question marks next to Ojibway Districts indicates lost information or a cover-up. They probably officially became affiliated with Grand Rapids Reserve's Agency in 1879 or 1880. You noticed Grand Rapids and Little Grand Rapids! At Grand Rapids they name it in Ojibway "Mis-si Pa-wis-tik." Translated it means Little Grand Rapids Place in Ojibway which is suspicious. Ojibway diminutives are an "s or z" and placed at ends of syllables. Word for Rapids in Ojibway is Ba-wi. To make it a diminutive an "s" is added to "wi." It makes it Ba-wis. Locative in Ojibway is their word for tree which is "tig." So Mis-si Pa-wis-tik does in fact mean Little Grand Rapids Place! Correct pronunciation is Mis-si Ba-wi or Mi-shi Ba-wi. It means Grand Rapids. Below is an excerpt from Treaty 5. Read it and you'll find out why they corrupted it! And don't believe the treaty text! Ojibway leaders would never accept land allotments as their Reserves. And there is no strong confirmation of an Ojibway written account of Treaty 5. We are going to add Lac La Ronge, Mathias Colomb, Montreal Lake and Peter Ballantyne to Grand Rapids Ojibway Reserve. Evidence indicates they are from Grand Rapids Ojibway's. Below is an excerpt about Montreal Lake. They supposedly signed an adhesion to Treaty 6 in 1889 along with Lac La Ronge. Mathias Colomb and Peter Ballantyne are from Lac La Ronge and Montreal Lake. They are very weak Ojibway's! They are not strong at all! Grand Rapids Ojibway Reserve is very large and adjacent to Lake Manitoba Ojibway Reserve which is adjacent to Birdtail Ojibway Reserve and also Clandeboye Ojibway Reserve on it's extreme south.











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Demographics of Grand Rapids Ojibway Reserve

Land Area: over 100,000 sq. mi. or over 258,000 sq. km. (estimate)

Population: 56,452

Language: Ojibway and Corrupted Ojibway

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