Iroquois Falls , town, Cochrane district, east-central Ontario , Canada. The town was named for the falls on the river, where, according to Indian legend , Iroquois braves, asleep in their war canoes, were cut loose by captive Huron women and swept to their deaths. It originated as a company town in —13, when the provincial government granted the townsite to the Abitibi Power and Paper Company. Iroquois Falls has planned parks, schools, and a hospital.
About Iroquois Falls
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Our vibrant flower beds are spread over town for all to enjoy. We have so much to offer. From golfing, swimming, camping, tennis, hockey, bowling, curling, skating, etc. If you enjoy fishing, there are many lakes to choose from as well as the Annual Ice Fishing derby in March that forms part of the Winter Carnival and the Annual Search for Moby Pike in the spring. Northern Ontario is known as snowmobiler's paradise.
Iroquois Falls is a town in Northern Ontario , Canada, with a population of 4, at the census. The following communities are also within the municipal boundaries: Monteith , Nellie Lake , and Porquis Junction. Iroquois Falls' primary industry was a large mill producing newsprint and commercial printing papers. In December , the owner, Resolute Forest Products , announced its permanent closure.