About PFN

Pabineau Falls is a settlement in New Brunswick, Canada. It is the administrative office of the Pabineau Mi’kmaq First Nation band government. The Pabineau First Nation is a small Mi’gmaq community situated approximately 8 kilometers south of the City of Bathurst, New Brunswick, with 345 registered band members and a land base of 1,053 acres. The Pabineau First Nation’s average on-reserve population is approximately 200 individuals.[1] The falls themselves are a set of small rapids on the Nepisiguit River, popular with kayakers.