Pickle Lake (Northern Ontario, P0V 3A0)
  1. Central Patricia Your Host(s): Canada Post Pickle Lake, Phone: (807) 928-2010 Public Reviews (4) Leave a Public Review
Central Patricia now consists only of a few buildings located at the terminus of Highway 599 within the township, while Pickle Crow is a ghost town.
  2. Municipality of Pickle Lake (Single Tier Kenora) Your Host(s): Canada Post Pickle Lake, Phone: (807) 928-2010 Leave a Public Review
Pop. 527. In Ponsford T.,Patricia Dist., on Pickle L. and Kawinogans R. and Hwy 599, 292 km NE of Ignace.
  3. New Osnaburgh Your Host(s): Canada Post Pickle Lake, Phone: (807) 928-2010 Public Reviews (1) Leave a Public Review
Pop. 600. On the N shore ofOsnaburgh L. (an extension ofL. St. Joseph and widening of the Albany R.), on Hwy 599, 262 km. N of Ignace.
  4. Mishkeegogamang (Osnaburgh House, 26km) Your Host(s): Mishkeegogamang First Nation P.O., Toll Free Phone: (866) 607-6301 Leave a Public Review
The people of Mishkeegogamang Ojibway Nation live in northwestern Ontario, around the area where the Albany River meets Lake St. Joseph.
  5. Savant Lake (Savant Lake, 141km) Your Host(s): Savant Lake Community Library, Phone: (807) 584-2242 Leave a Public Review
Pop. 350. In Thunder Bay Dist. on Hwy 599, 121 km. NE of Ignace.
  6. Ogoki (Ogoki, 141km) Your Host(s): Ogoki Band Office, Phone: (807) 349-2509 Leave a Public Review
Pop. 152. In Cochrane and Kenora Districts on the Albany River at the mouth of the Ogoki R., 220 km. NE of Geraldton.
  7. Collins (Collins, 141km) Your Host(s): Collins District School Area, Phone: (807) 583-1325 Leave a Public Review
Pop. 41. In Thunder Bay Dist. on the CNR, 28 km. W of Armstrong. The community and railroad station may have been named after William Henry Collins, a geologist and director of the Geological Survey of Canada 1920-1936.
  8. Kingfisher Lake I. R (Kingfisher Lake, 176km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Kingfisher Lake, Phone: (807) 532-2067 Leave a Public Review
Pop. 240. In Kenora Dist. on the S shore of King¬fIsher L., 504 km N of Thunder Bay. The reserve is believed to have been named after the bird, megaceryle alcyan.
  9. Cat Lake I. R. (Cat Lake, 116km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Cat Lake, Phone: (807) 347-2100 Leave a Public Review
Pop. 227. In Kenora Dist. on the N shore of Cat L., 250 km N of Ignace. The community was so named because in the 1940s a large bobcat was shot on the shores of the lake.
  10. Rosslyn Village (Armstrong Station, 153km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Armstrong Station, Phone: (807) 583-2475 Leave a Public Review
Pop. 700. In Paipoonge T., Thunder Bay Dist., on Whitefish R., 10 km. W of Thunder Bay. A post ofice opened as Rosslyn Village in 1912. The name may be derived from Rosslyn Castle near Edinburgh, Scotland.
  11. Wunnummin Lake (Wunnummin Lake, 175km) Your Host(s): Wunnumin General Store, Phone: (807) 442-1156 Leave a Public Review
Pop. 289. In Kenora Dist. on Wunnummin L., 492 km. N of Thunder Bay. The post office was established in 1964. Wunnummin is a First Nations Peoples name meaning 'the lake of beaver meal fragments' (wood chips).