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Henvey Inlet First Nation, Ontario (Canada)

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[Henvey Inlet First Nation, Ontario flag] image by Janis Lasmanis, 30 April 2020

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The Band

The Beaver Clan People are identified as occupying the Lake Huron and French River System, in the Anishinabek Creation Story. The Amikwa (Beaver People) are one of the Clans first recognized by Europeans in the 1600′s, by Champlain. The Amikwa are Anishinabek, belonging to the Algonquin linguistic group whose numbers and territories were greater than other groups encountered at that time, in what later became Canada.

The Flag

The flag is white with an emblem in the center featuring a flying eagle inside a four-colored ring and four feathers.