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The Whitesand First Nation is an Ojibwa First Nation with a land base of 615 acres. The community of Armstrong Settlement is the main community in the area. Originally located along the northwest shore of Lake Nipigon near Mount St. John, and near the Whitesand River which gives name to the group, the band was without a home from 1942 when high water levels began eroding the shoreline and flooding out their buildings and burial grounds. In May 2021, the First Nation's total registered population was 1,311 people, of which its on-reserve population was 376.


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The Whitesand First Nation is an Ojibwa First Nation with a land base of 615 acres. The community of Armstrong Settlement is the main community in the area.

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Province : Ontario
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