Pic Mobert First Nation

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The Pic Mobert First Nation is an Ojibwa First Nation in Northwestern Ontario, Canada.

They have reserved for themselves two small Reserves: 14.6 hectares (36 acres) Pic Mobert North, which serves as their primary reserve, and the 15.6 hectares (39 acres) Pic Mobert South, both located 53 kilometres (33 mi) east of Marathon, Ontario. In October, 2009, they had a total registered population of 828 people, of which 325 people live on their own Reserve.

The Nation is led by Chief Johanna Desmoulin. The council is a member of Nokiiwin Tribal Council, a Regional Chiefs' Council, and is member of Union of Ontario Indians, a tribal political organization.

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  • Administration
  • Finance
  • Social/Health
  • Social Assistance
  • Economic Development
  • Education
    • Netamisakomic Centre for Education
  • Public Works/Housing

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Coordinates: 48°41′56″N 85°37′01″W / 48.69889°N 85.61694°W / 48.69889; -85.61694