Truro 27B

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Truro 27B is a Mi'kmaq reserve located in Colchester County, Nova Scotia.

It is administratively part of the Millbrook First Nation.

Coordinates: 45°19′20.43″N63°17′25.87″W / 45.3223417°N 63.2905194°W / 45.3223417; -63.2905194 (Truro 27b)

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