There were eight principal tribes of Woodland First Nations, all of whom spoke languages belonging to the Algonkian family.
The now extinct Beothuk lived in Newfoundland, while the Mi'kmaq occupied Nova Scotia, northeastern New Brunswick, Gaspe in Quebec, and Prince Edward Island.
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