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									Acadia First Nation
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Acadia First Nation is composed of five Mi'kmaq Indian Reserves located in southwestern Nova Scotia. As of 2012, the
Mi'kmaq population is 191 on-Reserve, and approximately 1,179 off-Reserve. [1]

      Contents
 1 Composition
 2 See also
 3 References
 4 External links


Composition
Acadia First Nation is composed of five parts as shown:

   Community                          Area                               Location                 Population Date established
Gold River 21           270.2 hectares (668 acres)          60.8 km. west of Halifax              77              May 8, 1820
Medway River 11 4.7 hectares (12 acres)                     108.8 km. southwest of Halifax 0                      May 8, 1865
Ponhook Lake 10 101.8 hectares (252 acres)                  115.2 km. southwest of Halifax 10                     June 8, 1843
Wildcat 12              465.4 hectares (1,150 acres) 111 km. southwest of Halifax                 33              June 8, 1820
Yarmouth 33             27.7 hectares (68 acres)            3.2 km. east of Yarmouth              157             June 8, 1887


See also
      List of Indian Reserves in Nova Scotia
      List of Indian Reserves in Canada

References
   1. ^ Registered population

External links
      Acadia First Nation website

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