Millbrook First Nation

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The Millbrook First Nation is a Mi'kmaq First Nation band government in Nova Scotia, Canada.

Reserves[edit]

Millbook First Nation has seven reserves:

Community Area Location Population Date established
Beaver Lake 17 49.4 hectares (122 acres) 78.4 km. northeast of Halifax 21 March 3, 1867
Cole Harbour 30 18.6 hectares (46 acres) 9.6 km. east of Halifax 203 March 3, 1880
Millbrook 27 302.0 hectares (746 acres) 8 km. south of Truro 860 March 3, 1886
Sheet Harbour 36 32.7 hectares (81 acres) 91.2 km. northeast of Halifax 25 March 3, 1915
Truro 27A 16.7 hectares (41 acres) Joined south of Truro town limit 0 March 3, 1904
Truro 27B 16.4 hectares (41 acres) Joined with 27A on south 0 March 3, 1907
Truro 27C 9.5 hectares (23 acres) Joined with 27B on south 0 March 3, 1909

Band Chiefs[edit]

Chief Period Terms
Lawrence Paul[1] 1984-2012 14
Bob Gloade[1] 2012-present 3

Notable residents[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Fairclough, Ian (February 24, 2012). "Paul's 28-year run as chief of Millbrook band ends". The Chronicle Herald. Retrieved 19 September 2017. 

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