Posted March 18.2012

Four Angles on Temagami

Depending on your perspective,

the regional boundary will be different

Temagami is a lake, a river, and a town. It is also a First Nation homeland, a government administrative area, a former provincial forest, a recreation area, a village turned township turned municipality. There is also MNR's forest management district, which only applies to forestry and land-use planning. There are no landmarks or watersheds to neatly define the region, so many lines cross the forest. Temagami is a state of mind and the line chosen depends on the perspective of the beholder.


Map: Temagami First Nation traditional territory Map: Temagami Forest Reserve, Temagami Provincial Forest
Map: Temagami canoe area Map: Municipality of Temagami

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