The Nations

Kebaowek First Nation


Residents The term "residents" means that the persons reside in the community to which they are affiliated. ?

Non-residents The term "non-residents" means that the persons do not reside in the community to which they are affiliated. ?

Total
290 704 994
Toponym:
The term "toponym" generally refers to reserves, Indian lands, establishments or other land bases. ?
Eagle Village-Kipawa
Community Name:
" Community name " The choice of a name belongs to the community itself, which explains the unilingual presentation of certain names. ?
Kebaowek First Nation
Legal Name:
The corporate name of a company or a civil company (i.e. its name) is often made of credits, which name in a general way the company or the civil company, and of specific, which distinguishes this company from the others. ?
Eagle Village First Nation-Kipawa
Chief: Lance Haymond
Councillors:
  • Gerald Chaput
  • Doris Hunter
  • David McLaren
Adress: P.O. Box 756
Témiscaming (Quebec) J0Z 3R0
Phone: 819 627-3455
Fax: 819 627-9428
Website: www.evfn.ca
Tribal Council:
Tribal Councils are defined as institutions established as a grouping of bands with common interests who voluntarily join together to provide advisory and/or program services to member bands. ?
Conseil tribal de la nation Algonquine Anishinabeg
Type of Territory: Indian reserve
Surface: 50.6 hectares (125 acres)
Localisation: The community is located 10 kilometres west of Témiscamingue, on Lake Kipawa.
Access: Year-round road access and located between 50 and 350 kilometres from the nearest service center.
Elections: Indian Act
Member of Parliament: Christine Moore, New Democratic Party (NDP)
Abitibi-Témiscamingue
Provincial MNA: Luc Blanchette, Quebec Liberal Party (QLP)
Rouyn-Noranda-Témiscamingue

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