Make the most of your visit to Obadjiwan–Fort Témiscamingue by visiting our permanent and temporary exhibitions and watching the film “The Voyageurs”, which tells the story of a unique contribution to the discovery of Canada.

Permanent exhibition : Obadjiwan

Audio-visual projections Obadjiwan exibition: following in the tracks of fur-bearing animals

The Obadjiwan exhibition, recounting the history of Fort Témiscamingue and testifying to the thousand-year-old presence of the Anishnabe (Algonquin) in the region, transports visitors to the era of the flourishing fur trade

It bears witness to the fierce rivalry between the French and British to exploit the supply of pelts in Hudson’s Bay in the 17th and 18th centuries. The fort also serves as a reminder of the activities of the independent 18th century traders and the successive fur trade monopolies held inTémiscamingue, in the 19th century, by the North West and Hudson’s Bay companies


group of voyageurs paddling in a rabaska

The film “The Voyageurs

Filmed in 1964 by the National Film Board of Canada, this 20-minute intended for all documentary is being shown in the multi-purpose room. It tells the story of simple, spirited men who set off to reach the West. In service of companies with a hunger for fur, they push their incursions farther and farther into the Pacific Ocean.


Temporary exhibition

Painting of a large sailboat splitting the waves

"Le Nouveau-Monde" exhibition

From Michel Villeneuve

To come in 2022.