Montagnais of Natashquan

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Montagnais of Natashquan (French: Montagnais de Natashquan) are an Innu First Nation in Quebec, Canada. They live on the Indian reserve Natashquan 1 in the Côte-Nord region. In 2016, they have a registered population of 1,118 members. They are part of the Regroupement Mamit Innuat.

Demographics[edit]

Members of the Natashquan First Nation are Innus, also called Montagnais. In December 2016, the band has a total registered population of 1,118 members, 93 of whom living off reserve[1]

Geography[edit]

Montagnais of Natashquan owns one Indian reserve, Natashquan 1 located on the north coast of Saint Lawrence River close to the municipality of Natashquan. It covers an area of 20.3 hectares.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Registered Population". Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved 2017-01-22..
  2. ^ "Reserves/Settlements/Villages". Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Retrieved 2017-01-22..