|Name origin: Named for Alan Fraser, railway engineer|
|Municipality||Unorganized Cochrane, North Part|
|Elevation||229 m (751 ft)|
|Timezone||Eastern Time Zone (UTC-5)|
|- summer (DST)||Eastern Time Zone (UTC-4)|
Fraserdale is a community and rail siding in Unorganized Cochrane, North Part in Cochrane District, Northern Ontario, Canada. It is located 131 kilometres (81 mi) north of Timmins along the Ontario Northland Railway. The community/train stop was named for Alan Fraser, a railway engineer, and is counted as part of Unorganized Cochrane, North Part in Canadian census data.
The neighbouring community Abitibi Canyon (4.5 km or 2.8 mi east) on the Abitibi River was the most extensive community ever built by the Ontario Hydro Electric Power Commission. It was home to 1500 residents and was established to house employees of Abitibi Canyon Generating Station.
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