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Welcome to Kitchenuhmaykoosib

Home of the 
   Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug


as long as the sun shines...as long as the rivers flow...as long as the grass grows...

NEWS NEWs

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  • Located approximately 377 miles north of Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada or 270 miles north of Sioux Lookout, Ontario.
  • 53 58' North Latitude and 90 00' West Latitude, Northwestern, Ontario.
  • Accessible by air year round and winter road during January, February and March
  • Ice freezes up in late October or early November
  • Ice begins to breakup in May.
  • Warmest temperature 45 degrees fahrenheit.
  • Coldest temperature 40 degrees fahrenheit.

    Lake Size and Attractions:

    • Largest lake in Northwestern, Ontario, Canada.
    • 36 miles long and 18 miles wide.
    • Lots of beaches for swimming, canoeing, fishing & camping.

    Come on over to our community & enjoy the vast unspoiled wilderness.

    Wild Life:

    Moose, Caribou, Black Bear, Timber Wolf, Red Fox , Beaver, Otter, Muskrat, Wolverine, Rabbit, Marten, Mink, Lynx, Red Squirrel, Weasel, Mouse, Skunk, Chipmunk & Moles.

    Wild Fowl & Birds:

    Canada Goose, Snow Goose, Scooters, Loon, Grebe, Mallard, Bluebills, Golden Eye Hens, Pintail Hens, Ring Neck Duck, Mergansers, Green Wing Teal, Partridge, Swans, Grouse, Ptarmigan, Bald Eagle, Fish & Bird Hawks, Crow, Raven, Gulls, Robin, Owl, Gray Canada Jay, Sparrow, Night Hawks, Kingfisher, Black Birds, Snow Birds, Heron & several kinds of small birds.

    Aquatic Life:

    Lake & Brook Trout, Speckled Trout, Walleye, Northern Pike, White Fish, Ling, Sturgeon, Red & Brown Suckers, Perch, Frogs & Garter Snakes.

    Insects:

    Ants, Worms, House & Black Flies, Wasps, Dragon Flies, May Flies,
    several kinds of Butterflies and several kinds of bugs & lots of mosquitos.

    Timber Resources:

    Black & White Spruce, Jack Pine, Evergreens, Poplar and Birch.

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