Woodstock First Nation

The Woodstock First Nation are a Maliseet First Nation located in the Canadian Province of New Brunswick. They have an Indian reserve: Woodstock 23.

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Woodstock First Nation is a Wolastoqiyik (wah-lew-stook-gey-ick) community situated alongside the St. Johns River. Located on the far West side of New Brunswick close to the Maine- USA border, Woodstock First Nation straddles both sides of the Trans-Canada Highway Number 2. Wolastoqiyik, which translated into English means “people of the beautiful or bountiful river.” Wolastoqey (wah-lew-stook-gay) refers to the Nation itself.