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Tallyperson Traplines Map

Geotrapline Maps

Features that sustain or enhance the distinctive geographical character of the communities of Eeyou Istchee


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ABOUT CHISASIBI

Chisasibi mean «Great River» in Cree. Chisasibi is located on the Eastern shore of James Bay and on the south shore of La Grande River (Grand River) and is home to over 6000 which include Inuit and non-native people.
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ABOUT EASTMAIN

Eastmain is located on the east coast of James Bay, on the south shore of the Eastmain River. The territory of Eastmain, designated as Category 1 land, is comprised of 489.53 square kilometres.
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ABOUT Mistissini

Long before the arrival of the European settlers, Mistissini Crees were surrounded by the forests, lakes and streams of North Central Quebec.
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ABOUT Nemaska

Nemaska is a small Cree community located on the shores of Lake Champion, in Quebec, Canada. Nemaska is a wonderful place to relax while taking in the natural beauty of our vast territory.
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ABOUT Ouje Bougoumou

We are a First Nation community affiliated with the Cree Nation of Eeyou Istchee located in northern Quebec.
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ABOUT Waskaganish

We are a First Nation community affiliated with the Cree Nation of Eeyou Istchee located in northern Quebec.
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ABOUT Waswanipi

The modern community of Waswanipi is located on Highway 113 along Waswanipi River and is accessible by road.
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ABOUT Wemindji

Wemindji, from wiimin uchii meaning "ochre hills" in Cree formerly known as Old Factory, a little island 45 kilometres south of the current location.
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ABOUT Whapmagoostui

Whapmagoostui is the northernmost Cree village in Quebec, Canada, located at the mouth of the Great Whale River on the coast of Hudson Bay in Nunavik.

Geotouristic Maps

Features that sustain or enhance the distinctive geographical character of the communities of Eeyou Istchee


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ABOUT Chisasibi

Chisasibi mean «Great River» in Cree. Chisasibi is located on the Eastern shore of James Bay and on the south shore of La Grande River (Grand River) and is home to over 6000 which include Inuit and non-native people.
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ABOUT Eastmain

Eastmain is located on the east coast of James Bay, on the south shore of the Eastmain River. The territory of Eastmain, designated as Category 1 land, is comprised of 489.53 square kilometres.
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ABOUT Mistissini

ong before the arrival of the European settlers, Mistissini Crees were surrounded by the forests, lakes and streams of North Central Quebec.
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ABOUT Nemaska

Nemaska is a small Cree community located on the shores of Lake Champion, in Quebec, Canada. Nemaska is a wonderful place to relax while taking in the natural beauty of our vast territory.
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ABOUT Ouje-Bougoumou

Ouje-Bougoumou is a First Nation community affiliated with the Cree Nation of Eeyou Istchee located in northern Quebec.
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ABOUT Wemindji

Wemindji, from wiimin uchii meaning "ochre hills" in Cree formerly known as Old Factory, a little island 45 kilometres south of the current location.
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ABOUT Whapmagoostui

Whapmagoostui is the northernmost Cree village in Quebec, Canada, located at the mouth of the Great Whale River on the coast of Hudson Bay in Nunavik.