Obadjiwan–Fort Témiscamingue National Historic Site
Located in Abitibi-Témiscamingue, the Obadjiwan-Fort-Témiscamingue National Historic Site witnessed the presence of the Indigenous people about 6,000 years ago and was the scene of commercial rivalries. This former fur trading post is at the heart of regional history and is well worth a visit.
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Learn about the Algonquin presence that was observed on the site.
Stroll through the 12 scenographies that show a carpenter in action or a blacksmith carving tools.
Visit Obadjiwan–Fort Témiscamingue National Historic Site
Activities and experiences
Take a guided tour of the site and participate in discovery activities on your own, with family or friends.
Plan your visit
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Tours and programs
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About Obadjiwan–Fort Témiscamingue National Historic Site
Culture and history
Read about the history of the fur trade and Indigenous occupation.
Stewardship and management
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Hours of operation
Schedule for the 2023 season
Obadjiwan–Fort Témiscamingue National Historic Site will reopen on Saturday, June 17, 2023.
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