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Lac Seul First Nation

 Lac Seul First Nation

Employees like Mark bring experience, mentorship & knowledge to our #hydroelectric operations. Read his story here:… https://t.co/4jJikqbBxi

Sun Jan 22 15:30:30

Native brook trout population got a big boost at Wesleyville Creek thanks to restoration efforts:… https://t.co/mFYeaJeBOy

Sat Jan 21 19:40:20

Views of the OPG @WinterFestival in #NiagaraFalls. Only 2 weekends left to check it out these dazzling lights:… https://t.co/ESTiPsmoqe

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 Lac Seul First Nation

OPG and Lac Seul First Nation are partners in the Lac Seul/Obishikokaang Waasiganikewigamig Generating Station in Ear Falls in northwestern Ontario. The station started generating electricity in 2009. Both parties share in the revenue and risk associated with this station.

In the Ojibway language, Obishikokaang Waasiganikewigamig means the "White Pine Narrows Generating Station.” White Pine Narrows is the original Ojibway name for the area where the station is located.

For more information about Lac Seul First Nation, please visit www.lacseul.firstnation.ca.