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Kapuskasing's main cultural features are identified on an online map. We encourage you to use the Cultural Map to discover Kap's rich heritage!

The Town and its community partners also host several events per year which help celebrate our heritage, such as:

  • The Lumberjack Heritage Festival
  • The Festival de la St-Jean de la région de Kapuskasing
  • The Fall Fair
  • The Festival of Lights
  • and many more

Did you know?

On July 25, 2007, the Town of Kapuskasing was commemorated with the Garden City Traditional Provincial Plaque by the Ontario Heritage Trust and the Ministry of Culture.

Garden cities were intended to be planned, self-contained communities surrounded by "greenbelts", containing proportionate areas of residences, industry and agriculture.

Crossroads: Beyond Boom & Bust

The northern mill town of Kapuskasing is a predominantly Francophone community as most residents are now bilingual. However, waves of English-speaking newcomers leave the French-speaking community in a constant fight to preserve their language and culture. Are Kapuskasing's Francophone roots deep enough to hold firm?

Crossroads: Beyond Boom & Bust - Watch now!

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