Millbrook Indian Reserve

Description

The Millbrook Indian Reserve in Touro, Nova Scotia is the home of Millbrook First Nation, inhabited by the Mi'kmaq tribe. The Millbrook band is comprised of a council of 12, under the leadership of Chief Lawrence Paul. The reserve's mission statement emphasizes the health and well-being" as being "the first priority." Visitors can enjoy the quiet, peaceful trails on the reserve.

Address

822 Willow Street
Truro, NS B2N 5E5

Lat/Long

45.32949600, -63.29697800
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