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Youth Summer Programs now available under Calender of Events
Canada Day Celebrations
Monday July 1st
Parade 12pm (Float & Bike Decorating Contest)
Flag Raising Ceremony, Cake Cutting, Awards Presentations, Activities, Crafts & Games
1-4pm @ Tourist Info Centre
Live Entertainment - Agimak Jammers
Free Hotdogs & Beverages served by the New Life Church
Volleyball Tournament 6pm @ Agimak Beach
$20 per team
Fireworks 10:15 pm @ Agimak Beach
2013 Agimak Fish Derby
Saturday July 13th
Registration 9-10 am @ West Beach Pavillion
Derby Starts 10-3pm
$30 entry fee ages 12+
$10 entry fee 11-
Rules & regulations available upon registering.
Includes 2 Catergories
Walleye & Northern
Heavist Fish & Mystery Length
Walleye 1st $500 2nd $250 3rd $100
Northern 1st $250 2nd $100 3rd $50
2013 Children's Festival
Sunday July 14th
Theme: Underwater Adventure
11am - 2pm @ Tourist Info Centre
Entertainment, Games & Activities........
2013 Slo-Pitch Tournament
July 19 -21
Registration Fee: $400 (includes Fire Truck Pull)
4 spots left!
Registration Deadline is July 1, 2013
Contact Sherry @ 934-2990 or email@example.com
check out this link to a new video about business opportunities in northwestern Ontario - Ignace is one of the communities featured in this 15-minute video produced for Immigration Northwestern Ontario.
New Highway Sign west of Thunder Bay replaces old signage
The Township of Ignace on the shore of Agimak Lake, located in the heart of Northwestern Ontario, offers a strong service sector, including an industrial business park, a Municipal Airport, and the prospect of Resolute Forest Products re-opening the Ignace sawmill with a committment of $32 million in the next two years construct a planer and kilns.
Our location on the Trans- Canada Highway and the Canadian Pacific Railway main line plays a key role in providing access to the region and the world beyond. Ignace is a stepping stone to the northern community of Pickle Lake on Highway 599, the winter roads, and the booming mining activity focused on the "Ring of Fire".