The organization’s membership is comprised of owners, proprietors and employees of the Atikokan business community, as well as private citizens who are interested in the welfare and future of Atikokan.
The Atikokan Economic Development Corporation is a non-profit, community based corporation. We are governed by a Board of Directors who are elected at the Annual General Meeting for a three year term. The Atikokan Economic Development Corporation works to promote the community and area. We also work to maintain and recruit business to the community. […]
AEC is here to provide employment related services to unemployed and underemployed individuals; to provide a central location for accessing federal government forms ; and to assist individuals make applications to Employment Ontario funded programs.
The aim and objective of the ANFC is to carry out programs consistent with those of a non-profit organization for the social, cultural, educational and economic advancement of the Native people. Traditional workshops, healing circles are offered throughout the year.
The Atikokan Sportsmen’s Conservation Club is a local volunteer organization that operates a fish hatchery dedicated to improving stocks of the most popular sports fish in the area. The hatchery is located beside Little Falls, and is capable of hatching up to three million walleye each spring. Local members will arrange tours by appointment.
Atikokan Youth Initiatives have opened a Youth Drop In Centre which offers a place for Atikokan youth to gather and play board games, play musical instruments, play pool or air hockey, socialize. Organized events are scheduled on a regular basis. For more details or want to get involved follow the link to their website.
Charleson Recreation Area is an area of fantastic recreational opportunities located on the northern edge of Atikokan, ON. Summer or winter, if you prefer your activities motorized or not or maybe even a mix of both, there is something to attract every outdoor activity enthusiast. Follow the link to the website for information on the […]
We offer the following services for our community – Please call 597-2179 to request service or for further information…. LAUNDRY – In most cases, Community Living Atikokan’s pick-up and delivery commercial service provides a 24-hour or better turnaround for anything including bed linens, table linens, towels, coveralls or sleeping bags. Customer satisfaction is our primary […]
The Friends of Quetico Park is a charitable, non-profit organization which was formed in 1984 to: assist in the preservation of Quetico Park, as a wilderness region, support programs and activities of a cultural, recreational and educational nature and produce publications about Quetico Park. Past publications include: “An Illustrated History of Quetico Provincial Park” “Plants […]
Homeward Bound Animal Rescue is a non-profit organization dedicated to saving animals lives in our community. We are a group of volunteers whose mission is to rescue, provide sanctuary and ultimately re-home abandoned, stray and neglected animals. Click the link below for more information and see pets available for adoption or fostering. We can be contacted via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Innovation Centre acts as a pivotal player in growing Northwestern Ontario’s innovation capacity. We offer support to innovative entrepreneurs, businesses, and community projects in the region of Northwestern Ontario. In addition, the Centre seeks out new approaches to improve, enhance and invigorate a commercialization system in our region. By encouraging ongoing cooperation between business, […]