There has always been a shortage of housing at Eagle Lake, because the demand is greater than the ability to construct. There is always a waiting list. Housing construction has now moved to what is referred to as up the hill because of the water levels in the older section, where the first two houses were built. In the interview section, people describe what they remember of housing at that time

Housing

David Adams, Construction Supervisor
755-5526 ext 229

Jamie Gardner, Property Administrator
housing@migisi.ca
755-5526 ext 229

Vibrant Community

A Vibrant Community

Located in the Heart of the North

The Ojibwe community is approximately 25 km southwest of Dryden and a two hour drive from the U.S. border. Eagle Lake’s total registered population as of April 2016 is 630 residents.