Timiskaming First Nation is an Algonquin community situated at the head of beautiful Lake Timiskaming, and adjacent of the municipality of Notre-Dame-du-Nord, (Quebec). The TFN'S population and infrastructure are both growing at a steady pace. There are about 1,650 members registered to the TFN, about 700 live within the territory and about 1000 across Canada, the United States and throughout the world.
The Timiskaming reserve was established under the Act of 1851 and in 1854, the Timiskaming First Nation received an area of 110,000 acres at the head of Lake Timiskaming.
Some 40 lots of this territory were surrendered to companies and individuals, reducing the area of the reserve to a little more than 5,000 acres, many of these surrenders are now in dispute.
The Timiskaming First Nation Council consists of a Chief, Vice-Chief and five Councillors elected in accordance with the TFN custom electoral code.
The Timiskaming First Nation is adjacent to the municipality of Notre-Dame-du-Nord, (Quebec) and it is accessible by Highway 101.
DISTANCE BETWEEN TIMISKAMING FIRST NATION AND:
North Bay: 194 KM
Toronto: 507 KM
Ottawa: 529 KM
Quebec: 952 KM
Montreal: 709 KM