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Eagle Lake First Nation

The Eagle Lake First Nation is situated on the northeast shores of Eagle Lake and is part of the 28 communities of the Treaty #3 Region. The Ojibwe community is approximately 25 km southwest of Dryden and is accessible via Highways 502 and 594, and is a two hour drive from the U.S. border. Eagle Lake’s total registered population as of April 2016 is 630.

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The Eagle Lake First Nation is situated on the northeast shores of Eagle Lake and is part of the 28 communities of the Treaty #3 Region. The Ojibwe community is approximately 25 km southwest of Dryden and is accessible via Highways 502 and 594, and is a two hour drive from the U.S. border. Eagle Lake’s total registered population as of April 2016 is 630.

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