Millbrook First Nation Community
Welcome to our website, this website was created to help community members and business partners to have access to vital information. We will be updating this site regularly. By joining our mailing list at the bottom of this page, we will keep you updated with Millbrook’s latest news by e-mail.
820 Willow Street
Millbrook, Nova Scotia
1 (800) 693-3112
🏢 Mailing Address
Millbrook Band Administration
P.O. Box 634
Truro, N.S. B2N 5E5
A community briefing on the 1919 Land Claims from the Millbrook legal counsel.
The 1919 question and the Shannon Park question will be on the same ballot.
9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. (*location needs to be determined)
Adrienne Murray is the Electoral Officer for the two votes and members can contact her anytime at 902-661-6337 or at email@example.com.
Millbrook is led by it's Chief and Council which is elected by the band members every 2 years, under the Indian Act Agreement.
Millbrook strives to keep our Band Members informed with the latest information, and we have a monthly newsletter that comes out at the first of each month. Subscribe to our e-mail mailing list below, and we will send you e-mail updates on our Community Events and News.
Culture & Annual Powwow
Millbrook Annual Pow Wow is being held August 7-9, 2020. This year is the 22nd Annual Pow Wow, it will be co-ordinated by the Pow Wow Committee.
Please contact our Economic Development Officer, James Stevens at the Band Office, for renting space at the Millbrook Power Centre or for any Economic Development opportunities throughout the community.
Currently, we have an Early Education Centre on the Reserve. This facility houses our Daycare, K3 and K4 programs. Our grade Primary to 12 students currently attend Provincial schools. We offer an Incentive Program, Lunch Program, School Supply Program, as well as others.
Millbrook’s Health Centre is open Monday to Friday, The Health Centre provide various health services for Band Members and Community Members. (902) 895-9468.
TRURO POWER CENTRE
This video was created by AANDC, to show the Economic Development success of the Truro Power Centre.