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Lennox Island First Nation is a Mi'kmaq First Nations band in the Canadian province of Prince Edward Island. It was named after Charles Lennox, Duke of Richmond, by surveyor Samuel Holland. Lennox Island First Nation is the first reserve in Canada owned by its people. Its only currently inhabited reserve is Lennox Island 1, on Lennox Island, purchased by the Aborigines' Protection Society on behalf of the Mi'kmaq of Prince Edward Island. The band has two other reserves, Lennox Island 5, located in East Bideford, and Lennox Island 6, located in Fernwood, both acquired in the 2000s. As of August 2021, the Nation had 1,046 registered members, including 407 residing on their own reserve. 


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Lennox Island First Nation is a Mi'kmaq First Nations band in the Canadian province of Prince Edward Island. It was named after Charles Lennox, Duke of Richmond.

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Province : Prince Edward Island
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