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Gesgapegiag First Nation

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Gesgapegiag is one of two First Nations reserves on the south shore of the Gaspésie, most of whom are of Mi'kmaq ancestry. Most of the members reside on the federal Indian reserve set aside by the legislature of Lower Canada in 1853 for the exclusive use of the majority of Mi'kmaq in this region. The community is also allied to other Mi'kmaq communities in the Gaspé region of Quebec. As of November 2021, the Nation has 1,610 registered members, including 704 residing on their own reserve.


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Gesgapegiag is one of two First Nations reserves on the south shore of the Gaspésie, most of whom are of Mi'kmaq ancestry.

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Province : Quebec
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