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Constance Lake First Nation

Constance Lake First Nation (CLFN) located on the scenic shores of Constance Lake near Hearst, Ontario and are readily accessible by way of Highway 11.

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Welcome to the official website of Constance Lake First Nation (CLFN), a progressive and rapidly growing community of approximately 1,700 Members of Ojibway and Cree ancestry with approximately 820 living on reserve. We are located on the scenic shores of Constance Lake near Hearst, Ontario and are readily accessible by way of Highway 11. We are a progressive and active community that encourages, supports and promotes local business development, job creation and economic development as keys to our success.

Constance Lake First Nation reserve lands are 7,686 acres (3,110 hectares) in size. Local wildlife is abundant and includes moose, rabbit, beaver, muskrat, mink, marten and lynx and an abundance of fish including pike, trout, whitefish, pickerel and perch populate our many lakes, rivers and streams. Large stands of birch, poplar, jack pine and cedar can be found throughout the area.

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