Algonquin Indians hunted animals for food and ate many kinds of meat, including moose and deer. Other foods included fish and vegetables, such as corn, beans and squash. Algonquin people also gathered berries and made maple syrup.
Historically, the Algonquin Indians were mostly hunters and moved around often. They used light materials that were easy to transport. They made canoes out of birch bark and applied bear grease and spruce resin to make them waterproof. In the winter, they built toboggans to carry materials.
There are still some Algonquin communities. As of 2015, there are about 11,000 Algonquin people. They live mostly in the Canadian province of Quebec.