Gateway to Rainy Lake
Couchiching First Nation

at the heart of ontario's sunset country



Click the Webstream link below to view live video of events & meetings as they are scheduled throughout the year. These events & meetings will be announced in advance on social media as information is made available.

Flooding 2014

Severe damage has been done to property, the shoreline erosion is drastic along sand bay and within Stanjikoming Bay.

Slideshow of the 2014 Flood


Newsletters are distributed to the Community weekly and are delivered every Wednesday evening.

Agency One reserve

The Agency one reserve is shared with Naicatchwenin, Nigigoonsiminikaanmng, Couchiching and Mitaanjigamiing (NANICOST) communities.  This is land east of Fort Frances including the Point Park, School Road area (Rusty Myers, Nanicost, Treaty 3 police, Health Access authority) and the lands between Idywild Drive and Highway 11 east.  Most important to us is the Seven Oaks area.  This prime development area is under litigation and the First Nations are unable to develop the land until the legal questions are answered by the Court or the parties negotiate a binding settlement.  

Important Notices


The Vision of Couchiching First Nation

"is to be an inviting, self-sustaining model community that embraces all aspects of the Anishinaabe culture and traditions with an emphasis on environmental stewardship."



Learn About Our History

Find out more about the Anishinaabe community at Couchiching falls.

Couchiching First Nation Services

We provide our members a wide range of services and programs for a supportive community environment. Visit our services pages to learn more.


Our Championship Golf Course

Heron Landing Golf Course is a picturesque 18-hole course in the heart of Sunset Country and is unlike anything found, anywhere else, near Ontario. If you're looking for a challenge and need to improve your game Heron Landing is for you.