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Opasatika is a township in the Canadian province of Ontario, located in the Cochrane District on the Opasatika River, a tributary of the Missinaibi River. Its name is of First Nation origin, meaning "river lined with poplars".
The main communities in the township are Opasatika and Lowther, both located along Highway 11 between Mattice and Harty. The ghost town of Reesor Siding, site of the 1963 Reesor Siding incident, is at the western edge of the township. The former Canadian Forces Station Lowther was located in the municipality.
Population:Population in 2011: 214
Population in 2006: 280
Population in 2001: 325
Population in 1996: 349
Population in 1991: 388
Mother tongue:English as first language: 12.5%
French as first language: 83.9%
English and French as first language: 0%
Other as first language: 3.6%