Meyokumin, which means "good water" in Cree, was part of the Papaschase Indian Reserve created in 1876. The Reserve was later sold to early white settlers and much of the land in the Mill Woods area was in agricultural production until the late 1960s. The single-family house accounts for over 85 percent of the total dwelling units. Over 85 percent of Meyokumin's population is younger than 40.

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