Miawpukek First Nation
|Samiajij Miawpukek Indian Reserve|
|Province||Newfoundland and Labrador|
|Recognition under the Indian Act||1987|
|• Chief||Mi'sel Joel|
|• Federal MP||Scott Simms (L)|
|• Provincial MHA||Tracey Perry (PC)|
|Time zone||UTC-3:30 (Newfoundland Time Zone)|
Miawpukek First Nation is a Mi'kmaq First Nations band government in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, with a registered population of 862 living on-reserve as of March 2013, with another 2,066 living off-reserve. They control the reserve of Samiajij Miawpukek in Bay d'Espoir on the island of Newfoundland. It was formerly known as "Conne River" until the 1980s. In 1991, Miawpukek was one of the poorest communities in Atlantic Canada. Due in part to increased education of its members, it has gone on to become the most well-off First Nation in Atlantic Canada after Membertou. 
- "Samiajij Miawpukek". Natural Resources Canada. October 6, 2016.
- Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, First Nation Detail Archived 2015-04-02 at the Wayback Machine.
- Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (2016-02-08). "Well-Being in First Nations Communities, 1981-2011 - Full Report". The Community Well-Being (CWB) Index.
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