The Mi’gmaq Star is located in a very culturally diverse and beautiful region.
We have the pleasure of serving customers from a variety of backgrounds and languages.
Listuguj First Nation
“Listuguj First Nation is part of Gespe’gewa’gi, the seventh district of Mi’gma’gi. The Listuguj Mi’gmaq First Nation is a Mi’gmaq First Nations band government with a registered population(2003) of 3152 members, most of whom are of Mi’kmaq ancestry.
The name Listuguj, is the origin of the name of the Restigouche River, as well as other nearby places also carrying the name Restigouche. Listuguj is also used as a name for one of the Mikmaq orthographies. It’s southern border is adjacent to Pointe-à-la-Croix, Quebec.”
Campbellton, New Brunswick
“Campbellton, a four season destination, is the entry point to Atlantic Canada in Northern New Brunswick. It is set amid one of the world’s oldest mountain ranges, the Appalachians, and is located on the shores of the Restigouche River, known worldwide for salmon fishing.
We are happy to serve residents and visitors to the Gaspesie region of Quebec! Gaspesie is an amazing tourist destination with visitors from all over the world. Located just minutes from the 132 highway, the Mi’gmaq Star is a must stop along the route to such beautiful destinations as:
- Carleton sur Mer, QC
- Maria, QC
- Gesgapegiag, QC
- New Richmond, QC
- Bonaventure, QC
- Gaspé, QC
- Grande-Vallée, QC
- Nouvelle, QC
- Percé, QC
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“Pointe-à-la-Croix(Cross Point in English) is a munincipality located on the Restigouche River in the Gaspésie region of eastern Quebec, Canada. It is situated across from the city of L’Alverne, Oak Bay, and Saint-Fidèle-de-Ristigouche.
We are also located in Acadie, the beautiful home of our friends the Acadians! Throughout communities in New Brunswick and Quebec, Acadie is a vibrant and dynamic population that makes up a vital part of our cultural landscape. We have visitors and customers from Acadians throughout northern New Brunswick and the Acadian Peninsula, including Caraquet and Tracadie.
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Restigouche County, Northern New Brunswick
This magnificent area offers access to the sea, to the forest, to rivers, to the beauties of the Appalachian landscape, and to a welcoming and culturally rich population.
While visiting the Restigouche region:
- Bathe in the Bay of Chaleur
- Stroll along the forest trails by foot, ATV, skis or snowmobile
- Paddle down the rivers by canoe
- Be charmed by the breathtaking scenery of the peaks and valleys of the Appalachians
- Meet the locals at one of the many festivals
Restigouche County is made up of the following communities: