The FBP have accomplished a great deal in our first decade and plans are to continue to build on this success. But we could not have done it alone. The following is a list of government and corporate partners who have helped along the way. We thank them for their support and invite new partnerships to help us in our goal to preserve, protect and promote the natural and cultural heritage resources of the historic Bonnechere River in the Ottawa Valley.

Tourism Cluster Partners
Bonnechere Caves
Bonnechere Museum

Government Agencies and Municipalities
Algonquin Way Cultural Centre
Canadian Heritage Information Network
Canadian Tourism Commission
City of Pembroke
Ontario Ministry of Citizenship, Culture and Recreation
Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
Ontario MNR Ontario Ranger Youth Employment Program
Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs
Ontario Parks
Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership Corporation
Pikwakanagan First Nation of Golden Lake
The Ontario Trillium Foundation
Township of Killaloe Hagarty Richards
Town of Petawawa
Virtual Museum Canada

Like-Minded Not-for-Profit Agencies
Canadian Forestry Association
Federation of Ontario Naturalists
Friends of Algonquin Park
KidActive
Ontario Archaeological Society - Ottawa Chapter
Ottawa Valley Historical Society - Champlain Trail Museum
Ottawa River Legacy Landmark Network
Ottawa Valley Tourist Association
Pembroke & Area Field Naturalists
Pembroke Heritage Murals
Renfrew County and District Healthy Living Partnership
Renfrew County Stewardship Program

Corporate Sponsors
Canadian Voyageur Adventures
C.A. Reiche & Sons Limited
DFR Printing
Eganville Leader
G&K Specialties
Mark's Work Wearhouse
Novico Killaloe
Shell Canada Environmental Fund
The Anishinabe Experience
Village Pharmacy
Woods Canada

 

ontario trillium foundation
The FBP gratefully acknowledge the support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation in its efforts to strategically plan future directions to enhance capacity to ensure continued growth of heritage, cultural tourism and environmental activities throughout the entire Bonnchere River region.
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