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Aroland First Nation

Aroland First Nation is an Anishnawbe First Nation located 60 km north of Geraldton and 20 km west of Nakina on Hwy 643 in Northern Ontario, Canada. Reserve lands have recently been dedicated to the First Nation by both Provincial and Federal governments. Aroland First Nation is a member of the Matawa First Nations Management and the Nishnawbe Aski Nation.

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Aroland First Nation is an Anishnawbe First Nation located 60 km north of Geraldton and 20 km west of Nakina on Hwy 643 in Northern Ontario, Canada. Reserve lands have recently been dedicated to the First Nation by both Provincial and Federal governments. Aroland First Nation is a member of the Matawa First Nations Management and the Nishnawbe Aski Nation.

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