Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government is composed of 4013 hectares of land in Restigouche, Quebec.
As of June 2019 the total registered population was 4106:
According to the Community Well Being Index,* Listuguj scored 72 out of a possible 100 based on figures derived from the 2001 Census:
Chief of the reserve from June 8, 2018 to June 7, 2020 is Darcy Gray. Band councillors are: Lloyd Nicholas Alcon Calvin Barnaby Dolly Jane Barnaby Chad Gedeon Gordon Isaac Jr. George Martin Scott Martin Gary Metallic Sr. Sky (Baun) Metallic Wendell Metallic Sheila Swasson Marsha Vicaire
Listuguj Mi’kmaq Government 17 Riverside W. P.O. Box 298 Listuguj, P.Q. G0C 2R0 Telephone 418-788-2136 Fax 418-788-2058 Visit the Listuguj web site.
Located on the Gaspé, as of December 2018 the population was 996:
Chief of the reserve from August 20, 2015 to August 18, 2019 is Manon Jeanotte. Band councillors are: Danny Basque Johanne Basque Nathalie English Johanne Jean Kevin Langlois Robert Paquette Terry Shaw Mark Sennitt
Contact: La Nation Micmac de Gespeg 783 Boul Pointe Navarre CP 69 Fontenelle, P.Q. G4X 1J0 Telephone 418-368-6005; Fax 418-368-1272 Visit Mi’gmawei Mawiomi Secretariat web site.
Gesgapegiag is composed of 221 hectares, 56 km. east of Restigouche, P.Q.
As of December 2018 the total registered population was 1563:
According to the Community Well Being Index,* Gesgapegiag scored 73 out of a possible 100 based on figures derived from the 2001 Census:
Chief of the reserve from August 21, 2015 – August 20, 2019, is Roderick Larocque Jr. Band councillors are: Ronnie Condo Anthony Jerome Jeremy Jerome Patsy Jerome Armand Martin Douglas Martin John Martin Luc Martin
Micmacs of Gesgapegiag Gesgapegiag Indian Reserve Box 1280 Maria, P.Q. G0C 1Y0 Telephone 418-759-3441 Fax 418-759-5856
The information regarding federal, provincial, and band representatives and Mi’kmaq or Maliseet reserves in the Maritimes was provided by the Indigenous & Northern Affairs Canada website – Community Profiles.
*[From the website]: The Community Well Being Index is a product of the income, education, labour force activity, and housing conditions into a single number or CWB score between 0 and 100 derived by INAC from the 2001 Census. Detailed reports on the methodology may be obtained by calling 1-800-567-9604.