About Us – Who We Are

FIRST (ORIGINAL) PEOPLES The Ojibway Creation story tells how the Ojibwe or Ojibway (pronounced Oh-Jib-Way) are related to Original Man or Anishinaabe (An-ish-in-awb). The Ojibway are said to be the Faith Keepers; Keepers of the Sacred Scrolls and the Water Drum of...

MFN Honours Community with Eagle Totem

  The Eagle Totem Pole was commissioned for Michipicoten First Nation in 2006. Artist Shane (Spike) Mills of Wawa Ontario, in his unique style of Gitchee Goomee faces, carved this symbolic beautiful piece of art celebrating our Ojibwe culture with the Eagle in...

About Us – Location

From Wawa From the junction of Highway 17 and 101 (Wawa Goose Monument). Turn Left onto Highway 17 East heading towards Sault Ste. Marie approximately 10 Km. Turn Right after the sign for Michipicoten First Nation, past the closed Gas following the sign to...

About Us – Who We Are

FIRST (ORIGINAL) PEOPLES The Ojibway Creation story tells how the Ojibwe or Ojibway (pronounced Oh-Jib-Way) are related to Original Man or Anishinaabe (An-ish-in-awb). The Ojibway are said to be the Faith Keepers; Keepers of the Sacred Scrolls and the Water Drum of...

About Us – Our Land

Dog Lake Survey The Dog Lake Survey plan was duly recorded in the Canada Lands Surveys Records in May 2011. Chief and Council anticipate the development of a policy for the allotment of surveyed lots in order to be fair and equitable to its citizens who may be...

About Us – The Community

Michipicoten First Nation Gros Cap IR49 today and its surrounding lands include extensive coastline along the shores of Lake Superior, the addition of lands settled through various land claim settlements, including the reserves as Missanabie and Chapleau and boasts a...