Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation
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The Mississaugas of the Credit are an Ojibwe (Anishinaabe) First Nation
This community has survived hundreds of years of change, fought through near extinction, battled in many wars, suffered a complete loss of culture, faced the trails and tribulations that have come with facing our Canadian government and those now occupying our traditional territory. However, despite every inch of transformation the MCFN have endured, they have continued to adapt and grow into the resilient First Nation community that stands today.
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Our Treaty Lands and Territory
The Mississaugas of the Credit occupied, controlled and exercised stewardship over approximately 3.9 million acres of lands, waters, and resources in Southern Ontario. Their territory extended from the Rouge River Valley westward across to the headwaters of the Thames River, down to Long Point on Lake Erie and then followed the shoreline of Lake Erie, the Niagara River, and Lake Ontario until arriving back at the Rouge River Valley.