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image by Lucas Stratton, Manitoba Vexillological Association, 5 July
The Zagime Anishinabek, formerly known as “the Goose Lake People” are of Anishinaabe/Ojibway decent. According to Anishinaabe history, Anishinaabe migrated from the east and inhabited the regions surrounding the Great Lakes. After contact, many of the Anishinaabe People moved further west into what is now the prairie provinces of Canada. These Anishinaabe People are often referred to as the Western or Plains Ojibway and often call themselves Saulteaux or Nakawé. The Goose Lake People are part of the Western Ojibway/Plains Ojibway/Saulteaux peoples who were originally a woodlands inter-lake culture, and adapted to a plains lifestyle when they moved into the prairies approximately 200 years ago.
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Lucas Stratton, Manitoba Vexillological Association, 5 July 2022