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Nokiiwin's Affiliated Communities.

All population data as of April 2015 (AANDC) Organizational Profile

The Nokiiwin Tribal Council services six First Nation communities with a total population of 5990 individuals (2065 on reserve, 3925 off reserve) broken down as follows:


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NOKIIWIN'S AFFILIATED COMMUNITIES

All population data as of April 2015 (AANDC)  Organizational Profile

The Nokiiwin Tribal Council services six First Nation communities with a total population of 5990 individuals (2065 on reserve, 3925 off reserve) broken down as follows:

 

Nokiiwin Tribal Council Main Office

292 Court Street South, Thunder Bay, ON P7B 6C6

 

Animbiigoo Zaagi'igan Anishinaabek (Lake Nipigon Ojibway)

*Population 481 (3 on reserve, 478 off reserve)
*AZA has its headquarters in the town of Beardmore which is located 191 km from Thunder Bay.
*Lake Nipigon Reserve recently settled a land base agreement and is now located along Highway 11 and the shores of Partridge Lake.
*1,269.90 Hectares

 

Website: www.aza.ca   Community Profile

Biinjitiwaabik Zaaging Anishinaabek (Rocky Bay First Nation)

*Population 724 (336 on reserve, 388 off reserve)
*Rocky Bay reserve is located along the shores of Lake Nipigon, 20 km from the town of Beardmore and 185 km from Thunder Bay on Highway 11.
*13.40 Hectares

Website: www.rockybayfn.ca  Community Profile

 

Bingwi Neyaashi Anishinaabek (Sandpoint First Nation)

*Population 258 (69 on reserve, 189 off reserve)
*On July 15, 2011 Bingwi Neyaashi Anishinaabek celebrated their official land signing.
*BNA's Band Office is located in the city of Thunder Bay.
*The reserve is situated on the shores of Lake Nipigon along Highway 11.
*986.60 Hectares

Website www.bnafn.ca   Community Profile

 

Kiashke Zaaging Anishinaabek (Gull Bay First Nation)

*Population 1,340 (363 on reserve, 977 off reserve)
*Gull Bay Reserve is situated along the shores of Lake Nipigon, 185 km north of Thunder Bay on Highway 527.
*3,940 Hectares

 

Pic Mobert First Nation

*Population 960 (341 on reserve, 619 off reserve)
*The reserve is composed of Pic Mobert North and Pic Mobert South and is located at the southwest end of White Lake, 359 km from Thunder Bay.
*30.20 Hectares

Website: www.picmobert.ca  Community Profile

 

Fort William First Nation

*Population 2,227 (953 on reserve, 1,274 off reserve)
*Fort William First Nation is located on the shores of Lake Superior and is neighbouring the city of Thunder Bay.
*5,815.1 Hectares

Website: www.fwfn.com Community Profile