Anamikàge (Welcome)

Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation is a proud and progressive Algonquin community. Pikwakanagan is situated on the shores of Golden Lake and the Bonnechere River in Renfrew County. Located off of Highway 60, our community is 1½ hours west of Ottawa and 1½ hours east of Algonquin Park.
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Pikwakanagan is the origin of the world’s largest birch bark canoe, the first Algonquin woman Chief in all of Canada and Algonquin actor Paul Benoit.

Maintenance Clinic on Mobility Equipment
March 4th 9:00 am to 1:00 pm Valley Mobility will be providing maintenance checks or...
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HIV/Aids & Health Awareness Evening
March 4th from 5pm-7pm Come out and enjoy a free dinner, many prizes and a...
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AOPFN Land Code Vote
Our Land Code is coming up for vote! We need your vote to make this...
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PURPOSE: To offset costs associated with increased electricity, heating and household necessities, emergency home repairs...
Towards Our Own Pikwakanagan Government
Community Sharing Meeting Taking our first steps to self-government through community dialogue. All Meetings begin...
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Smoke/ Carbon Monoxide Detectors
ALGONQUINS OF PIKWAKANAGAN FIRE RESCUE Smoke/ Carbon Monoxide Detectors available for all Community Homes. We...
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Services –
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Hours, locations and contact info
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Waste Disposal Site Hours

Waste Disposal Site
Hours Of Operation
Wed: noon to 6 pm
Sun: 9 am to 3 pm


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Animal Control

Animal Control Officer
June Logan
613-625-2545 or

Makwa Bingo

Monday And Wednesday Nights!

Doors open 5:00 pm
Warm-ups 6:45 pm

Pow Wow

2018 theme:
Caring and Sharing
Sat Aug 18 and
Sun Aug 19
See the Pow Wow page