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Montagnais de Pakua Shipi First Nation

Pakuashipi (or Pakua Shipi, or Pakua Shipu in Innu) is an Innu community on the north shore of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence in the Côte-Nord region of Quebec. Their community is on the western shore of the mouth of the Saint-Augustin River, opposite the settlement of Saint-Augustin is a community within the Municipality of Saint-Augustin

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Pakuashipi (or Pakua Shipi, or Pakua Shipu in Innu) is an Innu community in the Canadian province of Quebec, located on the north shore of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence in the Côte-Nord region. It is on the western shore of the mouth of the Saint-Augustin River, opposite the settlement of Saint-Augustin. It is not a reserve, but a community within the Municipality of Saint-Augustin, occupied by the Innu band of Pakua Shipi.
Pakuashipi is the Innu name of the Saint-Augustin River and means “shallow river”, from pakua (“drained” or “dried up”) and shipi (“river”).

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