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The Aamjiwnaang First Nation (formally known as Chippewas of Sarnia) is a First Nations community of about 2400 Chippewa (Ojibwe) Aboriginal peoples (850 of which live on Reserve). We are located on the St. Clair River, 3 miles south of the southern tip of Lake Huron in the city limits of Sarnia southwestern Ontario, Canada – just across the...
Alderville First Nation is a thriving community that is rich in heritage and native culture. We have nature and heritage tours available throughout the year upon request. We have many tourist attractions for interested visitors including native crafts, Black Oak Savanna, Annual Pow-wow, Drum Socials, and our annual Boating Regatta.
Our goal is to ensure, enhance and protect the culture, traditions, land, language, resources, health, social and economic well being of the Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing.
Ardoch Algonguin First Nation is an Anishnabek community that is located in the Madawaska, Mississippi and Rideau watersheds, about one and a half hours north of Kingston, Ontario.
Aroland First Nation is an organization which is dedicated to delivering and creating education, health, cultural, and economic opportunities for its members and conserving its traditional territory.
The Attawapiskat First Nation is an isolated First Nation located in Kenora District in northern Ontario, Canada, at the mouth of the Attawapiskat River on James Bay.
Aundeck Omni Kaning First Nation is located on the North Channel on the Beautiful Shore of Manitoulin Island. It is located on Hwy 540 , five kilometers West of Little Current, Ontario.
The Batchewana First Nation of Ojibways is located on the north-eastern corner of Lake Superior and the St. Mary’s River area, adjacent to the City of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. The First Nation has a total population of 2,400, of which approximately 72 per cent live off-reserve.
Beausoleil First Nation rests in the Southern tip of Georgian Bay on Christian, Beckwith and Hope Islands. We are the people of G'chimnissing in Southern Georgian Bay.
Beaverhouse is an old settlement on the banks of the Misema River system northeast of Kirkland Lake Ontario. The name of the community is derived from the Algonquin name of the river Maaseema Qweesh, where Qweesh refers to a ‘beaver’s nest or house’.
Mishkosiminiziibiing (Big Grassy River) is an Ojibway community of 277 residents in Northwestern Ontario, located on the southeast shores of beautiful Lake of the Woods. Big Grassy River First Nation is part of the Grand Council Treaty #3 Tribal Organization.
We are Bingwi Neyaashi Anishinaabek - an Ojibwa First Nation dedicated to serving our generations by creating a self sustaining and healthy community for today and tomorrow.
Brunswick House First Nation is situated on Hwy 101 East, approx. 5km from the town of Chapleau, Ontario. We are a member of the Nishnabe-Aski Nation and our membership has a population of 763 members with approx. 121 living on-reserve and 642 off-reserve. We are also affiliated with the Wabun Tribal Council.
Point Pelee and Pelee Island are the heart of our ancestral territory. Caldwell First Nation will exercise its responsibility to use, possess and protect the air, waters, lands and resources as it has from time immemorial.
Chapleau Cree First Nation (Fox Lake Reserve) is situated 5 kilometres southwest of the town of Chapleau, Ontario. The dimension of the Fox Lake Reserve is approximately 2,560 acres or 10.36 square kilometres. Chapleau Cree First Nation is based at the bottom of the Arctic Watershed, where water flows north to the Hudson Bay.
The Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation are an Ojibwa (or Anishinaabeg) people located on Georgina Island in Lake Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. In 2008, of the First Nation's registered population of 666 people, 181 lived on, and 485 lived outside, their reserve. As of 2020, the band has a total population of 923 members. They are one of a...
The Chippewas of Rama First Nation is approximately 1.5 hours north of Toronto, on 2,500 acres of interspersed land nestled in “Ontario’s Lake Country” on the eastern side of Lake Couchiching. We currently have 1,269 members living off-reserve and 720 living on-reserve (as of December 18th, 2020.)
The Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation occupies Neyaashiinigmiing, also known as Aboriginal Reserve No.27 on the east shore of the Saugeen (Bruce) Peninsula on Georgian Bay. The nation is named after former Chief Nawash, who fought beside Tecumseh in the war of 1812. The present land base is 63.81 km2. The community is approximately 26 km...
We are the Anishinaabeg of the territory of Deshkan Ziibiing, also known as Chippewas of the Thames First Nation. We call ourselves Anishinabek which means the original people. Known as the Ojibway, who are a band of the Algonquin language family who originally migrated to the Great Lakes area from the north-eastern region of North America. Our...
Constance Lake First Nation (CLFN) is a progressive and rapidly growing community of approximately 1,700 Members of Ojibway and Cree ancestry with approximately 820 living on reserve. We are located on the scenic shores of Constance Lake near Hearst, Ontario and are readily accessible by way of Highway 11. We are a progressive and active...
Couchiching First Nation is a historic Anishinaabe community along Rainy Lake, Ontario. This First Nation has about 700 residents and almost 2,500 community members dispersed throughout Turtle Island, with many living in Fort Frances, Ontario, the State of Minnesota and Thunder Bay, Ontario.
The Deer Lake First Nation is a small oji-cree community which holds 1653.6 hectres of land located approximately 180 kilometers North of Red Lake, Ontario. It has an on-reserve population of approximately 1,100, and a total membership of approximately 1,200. It is accessible year-round by air, and by ice road. It is connected to Sandy Lake...
Dokis First Nation is a community located on the boundaries that separate the Districts of Parry Sound, Sudbury and Nipissing, approximately 16 kilometers South-West of Lake Nipissing on the French River. The community is accessed by a 25 kilometer gravel road from Highway 64 leading to the two nearest urban centers of North Bay, via Highway...
Eabametoong, also known as Fort Hope or Eabamet Lake by Canada Post, is an Ojibway First Nations band government in Kenora District, Ontario, Canada. Located on the shore of Eabamet Lake in the Albany River system, the community is located approximately 300 kilometres (190 mi) northeast of Thunder Bay and is accessible only by airplane via Fort...
Flying Post First Nation was formerly an independent First Nation in the Nishnawbe-Aski Nation (NAN), and joined the Wabun Tribal Council in 2007. Flying Posts priorities include encouraging its members to pursue educational and professional ambitions and to create sustainable economy for the Nation that will create prosperity for future...
Fort Albany First Nation is Cree Nation community along the west coast of James Bay. With a population of approximately 1,200 people within the community itself, Fort Albany First Nation serves around 5,000 band members that it shares with Kashechewan First Nation.
Fort Severn First Nation is a Western Swampy Cree First Nation band government located on Hudson Bay and is the most northern community in Ontario, Canada. In 2001, the population was 401, consisting of 90 families in an area of 40 square kilometres. The legal name of the reserve is Fort Severn 89, with the main settlement of Fort Severn.
We are the Ojibway of Fort William First Nation. Located on the Western Shores of Lake Superior. Signatory to the Robinson-Superior Treaty of 1850.
The Garden River First Nation #199 is situated along the North Shore of the St. Mary's River in the District of Algoma in Northern Ontario. The City of Sault Ste. Marie lies immediately west and the Village of Echo Bay can be found to the east. Garden River First Nation is also immediately north of the international border between Canada...
Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation is a proud and progressive Algonquin community. Pikwakanagan is situated on the shores of Golden Lake and the Bonnechere River in Renfrew County. Located off of Highway 60, our community is 1½ hours west of Ottawa and 1½ hours east of Algonquin Park.
Kiashke Zaaging Anishinaabek – Gull Bay First Nation is an Ojibway Nation located on the western shores of Lake Nipigon and the surrounding territory. It is roughly a 200 km drive north from the closest urban city of Thunder Bay, Ontario and has a registered population of approximately 1,375 Citizens residing on and off reserve.
Henvey Inlet First Nation is comprised of three separate reserve properties in the Province of Ontario. Henvey Inlet Reserve No. 2 is located on the North East shore of Georgian Bay approximately 90 km of Sudbury on the west side of highway 69. French River reserve No. 13 which is 11 km north of the Henvey Inlet #2 reserve, is east of highway 69...
Hiawatha First Nation is located on the north shore of Rice Lake east of the Otonabee River. It is found in Otonabee Township approximately 30 kilometres south of Peterborough. The First Nation consists of approximately 2145 acres of land of which 1523 are under certificates of possession.
Kasabonika Lake First Nation is located 448 kilometres northeast of Sioux Lookout, Ontario and along the Asheweig River.
Keewaywin is a Oji-Cree First Nation band government in Northern Ontario, located north of Red Lake, Ontario. It is connected to Sandy Lake First Nation by Sandy Lake. It is part of the Keewaytinook Okimakanak Council (Northern Chiefs) and the Nishnawbe Aski Nation. Sandy Lake First Nation Band members separated from Sandy Lake First Nation to...
The Chippewas of Kettle and Stony Point First Nation is located in southern Ontario along the shores of Lake Huron, 35km from Sarnia, Ontario, near the Michigan border. The community has 1,000 members who live on the reserve and 900 who live off the reserve.
The Aboriginal homeland which surrounds the present reserve site of the Kingfisher Lake First Nation has ways been utilized and carefully preserved by local first nations people as their personal heritage. The rights to culture, fishing, gathering, hunting, language and trapping were granted to the first nations people by the great creator....
Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug, also known as Big Trout Lake First Nation or KI for short, is an Oji-Cree First Nation reserve in Northwestern Ontario and is a part of Treaty 9. The community is about 580 km (360 mi) north of Thunder Bay, Ontario. The First Nation's land-base is a 29,937.6 ha (73,976.38 acre) Kitchenuhmaykoosib Aaki 84 Reserve,...
The Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation (LDMLFN) is located in Northwestern Ontario, 135 km West of Thunder Bay, and encompasses roughly 5,000 HA of Mother Nature's most spectacular beauty. Our people have held and cared for our Lands and Traditional Territories since time immemorial.
Land wise, Lac Seul (Obishikokaang) is one of the largest Indian Reserves in the Treaty #3 region in northwestern Ontario. The general membership consists of about 2,700 people, two thirds of which live off reserve.
The First Nation satellite office is located in Beardmore, 190m east of Thunder Bay, on Highway 11. The First Nation's lands are located at Partridge Lake roughly 40 km east of Beardmore on Highway 11.
Long Lake #58 First Nation is situated on Highway 11 along the northeast shore of Long Lake and adjacent to the town of Longlac, ON. Nestled between lakes and dense forests, Long Lake is a place of breathtaking beauty. Our heritage, culture and spirit are imprinted here in these natural settings. Since time immemorial, our people have hunted...
Centrally located on Manitoulin Island within the Great Lakes Region of Northern Ontario,Canada, the heart of the community is located within the bay surrounded by the North Channel of Lake Huron. The First Nation formerly known as West Bay, proudly changed the name of the community to M'Chigeeng (Pronounced Shi-geeng).
Magnetawan No. 1 is a First Nation reserve 6 km east of Georgian Bay, south of Sudbury, Ontario, with an area of 47 km, occupied by the Magnetawan First Nation, an Ojibwe band.
Marten Falls First Nation is an Anishinaabe First Nation reserve located in northern Ontario. The First Nation occupies communities on both sides of the Albany River in Northern Ontario, including Ogoki Post (Ojibwe: Ogookiing) in the Cochrane District and Marten Falls in the Kenora District.
Matachewan First Nation is an historic northern First Nation community that has served as the traditional home for many First Nation families. It is still home to a growing community and the First Nation is actively taking part in partnering and working with the resource development industry in establishing mutually beneficial agreements. The...
McDowell Lake First Nation is a small Oji-Cree First Nation band government located in Northern Ontario, located approximately 155 km northeast of Red Lake, Ontario, Canada, on the central western shore of McDowell Lake. It is part of the Keewaytinook Okimakanak Council (Northern Chiefs) and the Nishnawbe Aski Nation.
Michipicoten First Nation is a vibrant community with approximately 1,140 members dispersed around the globe, building on socio-economic independence and with a strong sense of community and cultural identity, Michipicoten First Nation strives to maintain harmony and balance with Mother Earth, neighboring First Nations and surrounding communities.
Mississauga is signatory to the Robinson Huron Treaty of 1850 and resides within its traditional territory. The community is located at the mouth of the river which shares its name, The Mississaugi. Spoken in the Anishnaabemowin language it is Misswezhaging, which means "many outlets". Although the community is located within the "reserve"...
The Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation is a thriving and vibrant community, bursting with people reaching for their roots as well as the future as they prepare to teach the next 7 generations it’s history and culture. This community has survived many hundred years of change; we fought through near extinction, battled in many wars,...
Mississaugas of Scugog Island is a First Nation and reserve for the Mississaugas of Scugog Island band government in south-central Ontario, Canada. It is located near Lake Scugog in Durham Region.
Mitaanjigamiing First Nation is located at the Northwestern arm of Rainy Lake, about 70 km north of the Town of Fort Frances. The reserve encompasses approximately 1600 hectares of land (18.27 square km), comprised of 14 sq.km of mainland, a peninsula, and two islands. Our registered membership is at approximately 140 persons, with 100 members...
The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne, better known as MCA, is a Community Government, which is elected by the residents of the Mohawk Community of Akwesasne. Every three years, four Chiefs are elected from each of the three districts within Akwesasne: Kawehno:ke (Cornwall Island), Kana:takon (St. Regis) and Tsi Snaihne (Snye).
Tyendinaga, as part of the Mohawk Nation, is a healthy, sustainable Kanyen’kehá:ka community, built on and united by our language, culture, traditions, knowledge, and history. We exercise our rights and responsibilities for the protection of and respect for our people, our land, our resources, and the environment.
Moose Cree First Nation is located in the community of Moose Factory on an island near the mouth of the Moose River at the southern tip of James Bay. It is 246 kilometers north of Cochrane, Ontario. In 1905, Moose Cree became a signatory to Treaty 9 through which the First Nation was allocated two tracts of reserve land for its use. The...
Moose Deer Point First Nation is a Potawatomi First Nation in the District Municipality of Muskoka, Ontario. It has a reserve called Moose Point 79. The reserve is located along Twelve Mile Bay. Members of Moose Deer Point are descended from settlers from the American Mid-West whom arrived in Southern Ontario (Beausoleil Island on Georgian Bay)...
The Delaware Nation at Moraviantown has a rich and ancient history. Our original homeland is found along the Eastern Seaboard of North America, specifically, areas known today as New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Ohio. The Delaware, or Lunaapeew, as we call ourselves, are revered by other Indigenous Nations as ‘the...
Munsee-Delaware Nation is a Lenape First Nations band government located 24 kilometres (15 mi) west of St. Thomas, in southwest Ontario, Canada. Known previously as the Munsee of the Thames, their land base is the 1,054 hectares (2,600 acres) Munsee-Delaware Nation 1 reserve, with the unincorporated community of Muncey (west from the Oneida...
The Muskrat Dam Lake First Nation is an Oji-Cree First Nation band government in Northern Ontario.
The Naicatchewenin First Nation strives to foster, promote and protect the political, physical, mental, emotional, social, economic and spiritual well-being of current and future generations toward a sovereign nation. We are a vibrant, healthy, forward-looking First Nations community, located in Northwestern Ontario, near the Canada-U.S. border.
Namaygoosisagagun First Nation is a small remote access Anishinabek community located in Northwestern Ontario within the Robinson Superior Treaty of 1850. Namaygoosisagagun has been in existence since time immemorial and we continue to be a thriving healthy community in the north.
The Neskantaga First Nation community is closely tied to its land, nestled within one of the most beautiful and pure ecological backdrops in North America. Surrounded by healthy boreal forest, eskers mostly untouched for thousands of years, and a labyrinth of fresh water as far as the eye can see, the environmental setting is nothing short of...
Nigigoonsiminikaaning First Nation is located in Northwestern Ontario and is 40 kilometres(kms) east of Fort Frances. The community is situated 300 kms west of Thunder Bay, 300 kms east of Winnipeg and approximately 500 kms or 290 Miles north of Minneapolis, Minnesota. It is relatively isolated physically and economically from mainstream...
Nipissing First Nation (NFN) is classified as an urban reserve and is located on the north shore of Lake Nipissing, approximately 320 kilometres north of Toronto. The Nipissing Nation’s land base spans over 30 kilometers between the City of North Bay to the east and the Municipality of West Nipissing to the west.
North Caribou Lake First Nation or Weagamow First Nation, sometimes also known as Round Lake First Nation, is an Oji-Cree First Nations band government who inhabit the Kenora District in northern Ontario, Canada. It is approximately 320 km (200 mi) by air north of Sioux Lookout.
North Spirit Lake is an Oji-Cree community located about 500 km northwest of Thunder Bay. With a population of about 300, North Spirit Lake is a small community. It is a member of Keewaytinook Okimakanak (Northern Chiefs Tribal Council) and the Nishnabi Aski Nation. It can be reached by winter ice road for about three months of the year, and its...
Northwest Angle 33 First Nation is an Ojibwe or Ontario Saulteaux First Nation band government who reside in Kenora District, Ontario near Sioux Narrows of Lake of the Woods. The first Nation is a member of the Anishinabeg of Kabapikotawangag Resource Council, a regional tribal council that is a member of the Grand Council of Treaty 3.
Ojibways of Onigaming First Nation is an Ojibwe or Ontario Saulteaux First Nation located in Kenora District, Ontario near Nestor Falls, Ontario. Together with the Big Grassy First Nation, Ojibways of Onigaming First Nation is a successor apparent to the former Assabaska Band of Saulteaux. The First Nation is a member of the Anishinabeg of...
Biigtigong Nishnaabeg is an Anishnaabe community located in the Superior Region. The First Nation maintains that it was not a signatory to the Robinson-Superior Treaty of 1850 and have maintained their aboriginal title since time immemorial.
Pikangikum First Nation is located on Pikangikum Lake, approximately 100 km northwest of Red Lake, Ontario. “Pikangikum” is from the Ojibway word – Biikanjikamiing – that refers to how the Berens River flows into Pikangikum Lake on the east, how the lake spreads out from the river on either side, and how the River leaves the lake in the west...
Poplar Hill First Nation is approximately 120 km north of Red Lake and is accessible by air and winter road. Poplar Hill First Nation is within the boundaries of the territory described by the Winnipeg Treaty of 1875 — Treaty No. 5. Poplar Hill First Nation achieved full Band and reserve status in 1978 when it separated from the Pikangikum Band....
Our community, also known as Manitou Rapids, has a long and storied history shared by our ancestors who lived upon the shores of the Rainy River from the mouth of Rainy Lake to the east, to the mouth of Lake of the Woods to the west.
The Red Rock Indian Band (RRIB) is an Ojibwe First Nation in Northwestern Ontario, Canada. The Council is an independent member of Union of Ontario Indians, a Provincial Territorial Organization. As of November 2020, the total registered population of the Red Rock Indian Band is 2089, with 1789 members residing off-reserve.
Biinjitiwaabik Zaaging Anishinaabek is located on the southeast shore of Lake Nipigon, 185km from Thunder Bay. The community has a population of more than 750 members, with approximately 330 on-reserve, and 420 off-reserve members. Binjitiwaabik Zaaging Anishinaabek lands are used for hunting, trapping and many other economic areas of trading....
Sachigo Lake First Nation is an Oji-Cree First Nation band government[2] in Unorganized Kenora District in Northwestern Ontario, Canada.[1] It is located on Sachigo Lake, part of the Sachigo River system and Hudson Bay drainage basin, approximately 425 kilometres (264 mi) north of the town of Sioux Lookout.
Sagamok First Nation is located on the north shore of Lake Huron. It is a beautiful community whose name means 'two points joining'. Sagamok's culture and language is Anishinabek and is made up of the Ojibwe, Odawa and Pottawatomi tribes. Also known as the Three Fires Peoples, the community members of Sagamok number well over 2000. A little over...
Neh gaaw saga'igan is the local translation of Sandy Lake. The name Wabitiquayang, which refers to the short narrow river between Sandy Lake and Finger Lake, was used in the mid 1900's. Sandy Lake is a remote, fly-in First Nation community located in the boreal forested area of Northwestern Ontario along the Severn River. Sandy Lake is 450 km...
The Saugeen First Nation can be found on the shores of the beautiful Lake Huron at the base of the Bruce Peninsula. We are located 2 miles northeast of Southampton and approximately 18 miles west of Owen Sound on Highway 21. Saugeen First Nation is conveniently located within 2 to 3 hours of major centers such as Toronto, Barrie, Kitchener,...
Seine River First Nation, previously known as the Rivière la Seine Band, is an Ojibwe First Nation reserve located roughly 300 kilometres west of Thunder Bay, Ontario.
The Serpent River First Nation, a signatory to the Robinson Huron Treaty of 1850, is an Anishinaabe First Nation in the Canadian province of Ontario, located midway between Sault Ste. Marie and Sudbury along the North Channel of Lake Huron.
Shawanaga First Nation belongs to the larger Anishnabek Nation which stretches across much of Ontario, east across the Prairies and around the northern shores of all the Great Lakes. The Anishnabek Nation is comprised of Algonquin, Saulteaux, Anishnabe (Ojibway), Odawa, Chippewa and several other groups.
Sheshegwaning First Nation (SFN) is located on the northern shoreline of Manitoulin Island, approximately 112 kilometers west of Little Current. Accessible year-round by hard top road, the land base of Sheshegwaning is 10,124 acres.
Iskatewizaagegan #39 Independent First Nation also known as Shoal Lake #39, is an Anishinaabe community located 16 kilometers south of Ontario Highway 673 off of TransCanada Highway 17. Iskatewizaagegan #39 Independent First Nation’s registered population consists of 585 band members while its on reserve population is roughly 297.
Shoal Lake 40 First Nation is an Ojibwa or Ontario Saulteaux First Nation located in the Eastman Region of Manitoba and the Kenora District of Ontario. The total registered population in August 2011 was 568, of which the on-reserve population was 266.The first Nation is a member of the Grand Council of Treaty 3.
The Six Nations consist of the: Mohawk, Oneida, Cayuga, Seneca, Onondaga and Tuscarora. These Nations unified under the Great Tree of Peace. During the American Revolution, Captain Joseph Brant led many from the Iroquois Confederacy to ally with the British. For their loyalty to the Crown, the Six Nations would be deeded a tract of land along...
Located on North Bamaji Lake, Slate Fall’s traditional name is Shakopaatikoong. Slate Falls First Nation community is located approximately 122 kilometers north of Sioux Lookout and is accessible by floatplane (summer), ski plane (winter) and wheeled aircraft as there is an airstrip. Slate Falls is also accessible by one all-weather road. The...
Taykwa Tagamou Nation, formerly known as New Post First Nation, is a Cree First Nations band government whose reserve community is located in the Cochrane District in Ontario, Canada, along the Abitibi River.
Temagami First Nation’s Administration Office is located on the Bear Island Indian Reserve, which is one square mile of land, mostly rock, in the middle of Lake Temagami. The Families of the Temagami First Nation have occupied the lands and waters in the Temagami area as stewards for thousands of years. The Temagami First Nation is the Body...
Thessalon First Nation is 4 square miles that consist of residential and commercial space. The community has grown significantly throughout the years. Currently there are 58 houses located in the community, 5 cottages and many camping trailers owned by residents on various spots along the shores of Lake Huron.
Wabaseemoong Independent Nations of One Man Lake, Swan Lake and Whitedog, is an Ojibway First Nation band government who reside 120 kilometres northwest of Kenora, Ontario, with a population of 2,000.
Wabauskang First Nation is a Saulteaux First Nation in northwestern Ontario, and is a member of the Bimose Tribal Council and the Grand Council of Treaty 3.
Wabigoon Lake Ojibway Nation is a First Nation community located in the heart of the Canadian Shield lake country to Northwestern Ontario. The five hundred members of Wabigoon belong to the great Ojibway Nation of the Great Lakes region of Canada and the United States. It extends west from the Great Lakes to Manitoba, Minnesota and beyond....
Wabun Tribal Council (WTC) is a non-profit regional Chief’s Council that represents, advocates and provides services to 5 First Nations (Brunswick House, Chapleau Ojibwe, Flying Post, Matachewan and Mattagami). The Chiefs of the First Nations make up of organization’s Board of Directors.
Formerly known as Abitibi Band of Abitibi Indians, Wahgoshig First Nation is an Algonquin community whose traditional territory straddles a large segment of Northeastern Ontario and Northwest Quebec. The Wahgoshig people were known centuries ago as a nomadic group of hunter-gatherers, and the majority of our members have Algonquin or Cree descent.
Located on the north shores of Lake Wahnapitae, Wahnapitae First Nation is a signatory of the Robinson-Huron Treaty (1850) and an Ojibway community of the Anishinabek Nation. The community has a land base of 3.2 km X 3.2 km and is accessible by road all year. WFN is a developing community with a rich history and a strong cultural identity...
The Wahta community was founded in 1881 by the Mohawk people of Kanesatake, QC. Originally called Gibson, it is known today as the Wahta Mohawks Territory. The Mohawk Nation is the Eastern Door of the Iroquois Confederacy. Today there are eight communities that comprise the Mohawk Nation: Akwesasne, Kahnawake, Kanesatake, Six Nations, Tyendinaga...
Walpole Island First Nation community is nestled between Ontario, Canada and Michigan, USA at the mouth of the St. Clair River. Occupied by aboriginal people for thousands of years, it is today home to 2,000 Ojibwa, Potawatomi and Ottawa. Having a common heritage they formed the Council of Three Fires — a political and cultural compact that has...
Wapekeka First Nation consists of two Reserves with two Addendums in 1996 and 1997. Wapekeka First Nation Reserves is located 26 km (16 miles) Northwest of Big Trout Lake and 451 km ( 282 Miles) Northeast of Sioux Lookout. The latitude and longitude of the reserve is 53 N49' and 89 W22'.The reserve size is 5,566 hectares or 23 square miles with...
Wasauksing First Nation (formerly named as Parry Island First Nation) is an Ojibway, Odawa and Pottawatomi First Nation band government whose reserve is located near Parry Sound in Ontario, Canada. Their reserve constitutes the Parry Island in Georgian Bay. The island is about 19,000 acres (77 km2) with 78 miles (126 km) of lakeshore, making it...
Wauzhushk Onigum is situated approximately 10 kms from the urban centre of Kenora, Ontario. Approximately 200 kms from Winnipeg, MB and 500 kms from Thunder Bay, Ontario. Membership is approximately 600+ on the register and 430 living in the community.
Wawakapewin First Nation is an Oji-Cree First Nation reserve located 350 kilometers north of Sioux Lookout, Ontario. It is only accessible by air and the winter road system from Pickle Lake. Wawakapewin First Nation is a member of Shibogama First Nations Council.
Webequie is a growing Ojibway community located on the northern peninsula of Eastwood Island on Winisk Lake, 540 km north of the city of Thunder Bay. The 850+ community members originate from all over Northwestern Ontario, and enjoy a life that embraces traditional cultural practices.
Naotkamegwanning First Nation, formerly known as Whitefish Bay First Nation and known in the Ojibwe language as Ne-adikamegwaning (Of the Whitefish Point), is an Ojibwa or Ontario Saulteaux First Nation located in Kenora District, Ontario near Sioux Narrows of Lake of the Woods.
Atikameksheng Anishnawbek are descendants of the Ojibway, Algonquin and Odawa Nations. In 1850, Chief Shawenekezhik, on behalf of the Atikameksheng Anishnawbek signed the Robinson-Huron Treaty granting the British Crown and their people (Royal Subjects) a right to occupy and share the lands of the Anishnawbek.
Whitefish River First Nation (WRFN) is a progressive and rapidly growing community of approximately 1,200 citizens of the Anishinabek Nation. The village of Birch Island has approximately 440 members. We are located on the scenic shores of Georgian Bay and the North Shore Channel, gatekeepers to Manitoulin Island, Ontario and are readily...
The Whitesand First Nation is an Ojibwa First Nation with a land base of 615 acres. The community of Armstrong Settlement is the main community in the area. In June 2008, their total registered population was 1086 people, of which their on-reserve population was 311.
Located on the eastern peninsula of Manitoulin Island, Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory is home to the largest Anishnaabek community on the Island.
Wunnumin Lake First Nation is an Oji-Cree First Nation located 360 km northeast of Sioux Lookout in Ontario, Canada. The Wunnumin Lake community can be accessed primarily through air transportation; however, during certain seasons one can also travel to this community using either the winter trails, winter road system or waterways. Wunnumin Lake...