Opeongo Heritage Cup

Canada’s Multicultural Hockey Tournament

Heritage Cup Returns in 2023

Fri Mar 24 to Sun Mar 26, 2023

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  • German Eagles

    German Eagles

    Welcome to the German Black Eagles Webpage The German settlers came to Canada around the late 1850’s. They settled mainly in the Pembroke and Eganville area of Renfrew County. In the Bonnechere & Madawaska Valley they mainly settled in the communities of Palmer Rapids, Quadeville and Killaloe. They brought with them the German language and…

  • Algonquin Thunderbirds

    Algonquin Thunderbirds

    Welcome to the Algonquin Thunderbirds Webpage The Algonquins have always lived in the Ottawa Valley since time immemorial and before the Europeans came to North America. The Traditional Territory of the Algonquins of Ontario covers over 9 million acres (14,000 square miles) within the watersheds of the Ottawa and Mattawa Rivers. This area includes the…

  • Irish Shamrock

    Irish Shamrock

    Welcome to the Irish Shamrocks Webpage Signs of Irish pride are all over the Valley. The Irish love to celebrate their Irish roots all over the world, especially here in the Valley and St. Patrick makes sure of that. The Irish Pioneers settled in the Madawaska & Bonnechere Valleys in the mid 1850’s. They come…

  • Kashubian Griffins

    Kashubian Griffins

    Welcome to the Kashubian Griffins Hockey Club page The history of the Kashub people who immigrated from their European homeland of Kaszëbë / Kashubia started in the year 1858. The Kashub people settled the Opeongo Colonization Road and later across the Madawaska & Bonnechere Valleys. From Kaszëbë / Kashubia they brought their native Kashubian language…