Aboriginal meanings/history for towns/cities/places?

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Aboriginal meanings/history for towns/cities/places?

I need answers for these. I have looked all over the internet.

Answers to choose from – Brantford, Toronto, Mississauga, Nootka, Kawartha, Pinawa, Denedeh, Ottawa, Orrilia, Kapuskasing, Red Deer, Algonquin, Quebec, Pictou.

1. A town in Nova Scotia that was originally a Micmac/Mi'qmaq ettlement – 6 letters

2. “Meeting Place” is the Aboriginal meaning for the name of this city – 7 letters

3. A city meaning “To trade” named after an Aboriginal nation of the same name.

4. A city in Ontario named after “Thayendanegca” also known as “Joseph Brant”, who belonged to the Mohawk nation and fought for Iroquois land rights – 9 letters.

5. An Ontario town that was the site of an Ajibwa (Possible Ojibwa, might have been a miss-spell) settlement on the north shore of Lake Simcoe – 7 letters.

6. A region in south central Ontario meaning “Bright waters and happy lands” – 8 letters.

7. Provincial park in Ontario named after in Ontario named after the Aboriginals who once lived there – 9 letters.

8. Ninth largest city in Ontario named after the nation of Aboriginals who once owned the land – 11 letters.

9. An inlet of Vancouver Island named after a local Aboriginal nation who specialized in Whaling – 6 letters.

10. Name of a town in Manitoba that is a Cree term meaning “Quiet Waters” – 6 letters.

11. A province of Canada with a name that means “Narrow passage” in the Algonquin language – 6 letters.

12. An Alberta town on the site of the hunting grounds of the Blackfoot peoples – 7 letters.

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