Indigenous Community Profiles

Community Profiles provide information on demography, geography, politics, economy, education, community services and infrastructures in each of the Quebec Indigenous community.

Algonquian Lingustic Family

The Abenakis

Odanak | Wôlinak

The Algonquins

Abitibiwinni | Barriere Lake | Eagle Village - Kipawa | Kitcisakik | Kitigan Zibi | Lac Simon | Long Point | Timiskaming | Wolf Lake

The Atikamekw

Manawan | Opitciwan | Wemotaci

The Crees

Chisasibi | Eastmain | Mistissini | Nemaska | Oujé Bougoumou | Waskaganish | Waswanipi | Wemindji | Whapmagoostui

The Maliseet

Malecites of Viger

The Micmacs

Gesgapegiag | Gespeg | Listuguj

The Innus

Pessamit | Essipit | Mashteuiatsh | Ekuanitshit | Natashquan | Pakua Shipi | Matimekush - Lac John | Uashat Mak Mani-Utenam | Unamen Shipu

The Naskapis

Kawawachikamach

Iroquoian Lingustic Family

The Hurons-Wendat

Wendake

The Mohawks

 Kahnawake | Kanesatake

Eskimo-Aleut Lingustic Family

Basic datas on Inuit communities of Nunavik are managed by the government of Quebec and by the Makivik Corporation. Therefore, the links below will bring you toward the community profiles published on the Makivik Corporation website.  

Akulivik | Aupaluk | Inukjuak | Ivujivik | Kangiqsualujjuaq | Kangiqsujuaq | Kangirsuk | Kuujjuaq | Kuujjuarapik | Puvirnituq | Quaqtaq | Salluit | Tasiujaq | Umiujaq | Killiniq (Data not available)

Statistics Canada  

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