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Glooscap First Nation

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Glooscap First Nation, also known as Kluskap, is a Mi'kmaq aboriginal community located in both Kings County and Hants County, Nova Scotia. Its reserve is located approximately 6.4 km from the Town of Hantsport. The reserve was created in 1907 as Horton 35 and encompasses some 171.1 hectares. The reserve was administered by Annapolis Valley First Nation 30 km away in Cambridge. In 1984 Horton separated from Annapolis Valley First Nation and became its own independent First Nation reservation. In 2001 Horton changed its name to Glooscap First Nation in honour of the legendary hero of the Mi'kmaq. As of August 2021, the Nation had 409 registered members, including 97 residing on their own reserve.


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Glooscap First Nation, also known as Kluskap, is a Mi'kmaq aboriginal community located in both Kings County and Hants County, Nova Scotia. 

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