Pikogan is an Indian reserve in Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Quebec, inhabited by members of the Abitibiwinni First Nation.

The reserve had a population of 487 in the Canada 2006 Census.[1] It is part of the census agglomeration of Amos. Pikogan is bordered by the Harricana River.

The official establishment of the Pikogan reserve dates to 13 mars 1956 on lands acquired by the Government of Quebec. The village's contruction began on March 10 1958. Pikogan's surface measures less than one square kilometer. [2]


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