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When you can’t wait to get back to the action on the gaming floor, Cedar Express is the place for you. The express food counter is fast, affordable and tasty. You’ll also find freshly brewed coffee with an assortment of flavor shots made…

Couchiching Court Buffet is the all-you-can-eat buffet we are famous for! In addition to an assortment of top-quality meats, salads, pastas, sides and veggies, there are plenty of delicious desserts to top things off. A variety of food stations…

When you want to catch the game and enjoy a beer with a couple of friends, stop by Dream Catcher. We have NHL, NFL, CFL, NBA, MLB and UFC. Grab your favourite beverage from our walk-up bar and take a seat while watching the game! Guests must be 19…

Located just off the hotel lobby across from The Weirs restaurant, this cozy lounge has a large, welcoming fireplace and comfy leather couches. Meet up with friends before dinner or stop by afterward for some cocktails. PLEASE NOTE: On certain dates…

In 1982, the government recognized the Mnjikaning Fish Weirs as a National Historical Site. In conjunction with Parks Canada and the Mnjikaning Fish Fence Circle, strategic plans are in development to protect and promote the weirs located in our…

At the Noodle Bar, you can create your own soup or noodle bowl with a fresh selection of noodles, steamed rice, mixed meats, veggies and spices. Served up hot and fast, these simple but hearty bowls provide a taste of the Cantonese culture.

Serving the community since 1979.  Rama Moccasin and Smoke has become the premiere destination for tobacco, cigars, accessories, native gifts, and much more. With a 24-hour drive through, and welcome to all – Rama Moccasin and Smoke…

The trail starts in the south at the historic fish weirs that were built by the Mnjikaning First Nation people. “Mnjikaning” is an Ojibway word meaning “the place of the fish fence”. The trail follows the abandoned CN rail…

Whether it’s a special occasion or dinner with a group of friends, St. Germain’s is an unforgettable dining experience. We serve only AAA Alberta beef as part of a menu that boasts Rib-eye, Tenderloin, Striploin and Porterhouse cuts. Our…