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Community Name:

Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg

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Languages:

Algonquin, English, French

Web Site:

http://www.kza.qc.ca

Estimated Population:

2500

Address:

Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg
P.O. Box 309
Maniwaki, QC
J9E 3C9

Phone:

(819) 449-5170

Fax:

(819 449-5673

Community Profile:

The Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg community is situated just outside the municipality of Maniwaki. Covering 18,437 hectares, the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation Territory is the largest Algonquin Nation in Canada, in both area and population with almost 2,600 community members. Located approximately 130 km north of Gatineau/Ottawa, (on Hwy's 117 or 107 if coming from Montreal or Val d'Or).

Many services and programs are available to the community members, including: a elementary and secondary school, a day-care, a community hall, a community radio, a health centre, a police department, a youth centre, etc.

The community has a number of venues for visitors. The Kitigan Zibi Pow Wow is held annually, on the first weekend of June. The Kitigan Zibi Cultural Display Center has a number of exhibits, cultural artifacts, paintings and photographs relating to the Algonquin culture and history. Kitigan Zibi is also the home of Awazibi Pure Maple Syrup. A living museum, Mawandoseg Kitigan Zibi, is dedicated to traditional Anishinabeg way of life.

Many other ameneties are available to visitors, such as the Pasahigan Home Hardware, gas, car wash, laudromat, grocery stores and various other souvenirs and gift shops found at various locations throughout the community.

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