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Michipicoten First Nation, Ontario (Canada)

Last modified: 2020-10-17 by rick wyatt
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[Michipicoten First Nation, Ontario flag] image by Janis Lasmanis, 3 May 2020

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The Band

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 pristine and eco-rich environment of unparalleled wilderness beauty, unpolluted waters and an abundance of wildlife, birds and indigenous plants. Michipicoten First Nation is a vibrant community with approximately 1,020 members dispersed around the globe.

The Flag

The flag displays a white eagle flying over a forest scene with three wigwams.

Flag seen in Wawa, ON

[Michipicoten First Nation, Ontario flag] image located by Rob Raeside, 14 September 2020

This flag of the Michipicoten First Nation was seen in a parade of 10 flagpoles, 9 of which flew flags at It is quite different from the flag shown at the top of this page. It is a black flag with an eagle head in a disk near the hoist, the name written across the top in white, a yellow-black-white-red design in a narrow strip below it, and seven attributes written on the rest of the flag in Ojibway and English: Wisdom, Love, Respect, Bravery, Honesty, Humility, Truth.
Rob Raeside, 14 September 2020