What
image
  • imageAccommodations
  • imageAir Travel
  • imageAirport Parking
  • imageAttractions
  • imageAutomotive
  • imageBed & Breakfasts
  • imageBoat Rentals or Charters
  • imageBuses or Shuttles
  • imageCafe
  • imageCampgrounds
  • imageCasinos
  • imageCinema
  • imageCraft Beer - Winery
  • imageCurrency Exchange
  • imageEmergency
  • imageEntertainment
  • imageFarmers Market
  • imageFestivals
  • imageFire Hall
  • imageFirst Nation
  • imageFlea market
  • imageFree
  • imageGolf Course
  • imageGovernment
  • imageHistorical
  • imageHospital
  • imageHostel
  • imageHotels
  • imageKids Amusement
  • imageLimousines
  • imageLong Term Rental
  • imageMarijuana /CBD
  • imageMarinas
  • imageMuseum / Gallery
  • imagePark
  • imagePolice
  • imagePublic Transit
  • imageRental Car
  • imageRestaurant
  • imageRV Rental
  • imageShopping
  • imageShopping District
  • imageShopping mall
  • imageSki Resort
  • imageSpa
  • imageSports & Recreation
  • imageSports Team
  • imageTaxi
  • imageTheatre
  • imageTour
  • imageTourist Services
  • imageTours & Tour Guides
  • imageTrain
  • imageTransit Hub
  • imageTransportation
  • imageTravel
  • imageTravel Info/Office
  • imageVacation Rental
  • imageWilderness Lodge
Where
image
image

Ojibway Nation of Saugeen

The Ojibway Nation Of Saugeen is located in the Thunder Bay District of Northwestern Ontari, on the shores of Kashawagama Lake, 50 km north east of Sioux Lookout and 20 km northwest of Savant Lake, off the Pickle Lake highway.

Be the first to review

The Ojibway Nation Of Saugeen is located in Northwestern Ontario, in the Thunder Bay District, approximately 20 kilometres northwest of Savant Lake.

Situated on the shores of Kashawagama Lake, the Ojibway Nation of Saugeen is located 50 km north east of Sioux Lookout and 20 km northwest of Savant Lake off the Pickle Lake highway.

It is accessible year-round by road. Saugeen has a registered population of 201 (April 2007) with 109 members living off reserve. The Governments of Canada, Ontario, the Nishnawbe-Aski Nation and six of its member First Nations (Aroland, Keewaywin, McDowell Lake, New Slate Falls, Saugeen, and Wawakapewin) signed and agreement in December 1991 to make lands available to establish Indian reserves in the six communities and to provide basic community

image