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Wasagamack First Nation

Wasagamack First Nation is an Oji-Cree bandlocated about 600 km (370 mi) north of Winnipeg on Island Lake.

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Wasagamack First Nation is an Oji-Cree bandlocated about 600 km (370 mi) north of Winnipeg on Island Lake.

As of December 2014 the registered population of the Wasagamack First Nation was 2,017, of which 1,823 lived on their own reserve, and most of those in Wasagamack. The St. Theresa Point First Nation lies just to the south of this reserve.

Historically, the peoples of Wasagamack First Nation were part of the Island Lake Band of “Cree”, which also included the nearby First Nations of Garden Hill, St. Theresa Point and Red Sucker Lake. They are a signatory to the 1909 adhesion to Treaty 5.

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