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 Algonquins

Territory : Settlement of Grand-Lac-Victoria
Geographical location : The territory is located where the Ottawa River flows into Grand Lac Victoria, 74 km south of Val-d'Or.
Area : 12,14 hectares
Principal languages spoken : Algonquian, French, English
Economic activities : Trapping, tourism, construction, transport, services et business.
Businesses and services : Convenience store, craft shop, day-care centre, snowmobile trail and snack bar.
Infrastructure :

Access: the settlement is located 17 km west of Highway 117, which can reached by canoe, from the Dozois Reservoir to Grand Lac Victoria.

Band council office, dispensary, around 53 houses and community hall are located close to the Bourque dam, 7 km from highway 117.
Number of houses: no permanent facilities.

Localization :  Map