Algonquins of Pikwakanagan

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.

CCP Virtual Engagement

Attention, all AOPFN members!   We aim to complete our first phase of community engagement...
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Update on Sixties Scoop Settlement

Chief of Ontario is not directly involved in the Sixties Scoop settlement. However, to help...
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Tax Information Regarding COVID-19

Taxes and Benefits for First Nation Individuals, Taxability of COVID-19 related benefits for First Nations,...
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New Water Service Connections

Construction of the new water treatment plant and distribution system is scheduled to break ground...
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Water Treatment Plant

Welcome To Phase One of Your New Community Water Treatment Plant! Flyer Welcome Phase One...
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First Nations Conservation Program

Do you own or rent in AoPFN? Interested in FREE energy conservation measures for your...
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Staff Directory

A list of staff phone numbers and email addresses.

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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 Nights!

Doors open 4:30 pm
Warm-ups 6:45 pm

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Pow Wow

Pow Wow Date 2020:
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