Eastern Témiscamingue

Eastern Témiscamingue comprises five agroforestry villages surrounded by forests and lakes. This vast playground brings hunters and anglers to its many outfitters and wildlife areas. There are hundreds of killometres of snowmobile and ATV trails throughout the countryside. Outdoor enthusiasts will find their bliss on the area's many hiking and biking trails or along its canoeing and kayaking routes. Fugèreville offers guided tours of its church and the towns of Moffet and Belleterre both host summer events: two fishing tournaments and a music festival.


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Long point first nation
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Long Point First Nation

112 kakinwawigak p.o. box 1, winneway, Quebec  j0z 2J0
Long Point First Nation is as Anishinabeg community located in the territory of Anishnabe Aki. The Algonquin community is comprised of approximately 800 members, of which an estimated half live within the community of Winneway. Long Point First Nation is a place of
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Centre multifonctionnel de l'est témiscamien

200 1e avenue, Belleterre, Québec  J0Z 1L0
The Centre multifonctionnel de l'Est témiscamien(CMET) is an organization that operates the last curling rink on natural ice in Eastern Canada. The three main events organized by the CMET are the Valentine's Day Bonspiel in mid February, the fishing tournament L'Oasis
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