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The Saulteaux First Nation of western Canada is a branch of the Ojibwa, Ojibway, or Chippewa people. The Saulteaux were first encountered by Europeans near the site of present-day Sault Ste Marie (whence their name "people of the falls"), but they moved west with the expansion of the fur trade[?] and now live in Saskatchewan.

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