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The first inhabitants of the area were the Mi'kmaq who settled there in the 6th century BC and were then called Tjikog.

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A shopping centre frequented by people from the whole region was established there from 1974.South of Butte Sugar there is a valley and another mountain which extends into Val-d'Amours and Tide Head, whose height exceeds 230 metres in the Atholville portion.Only a small part of the west side of Sugarloaf (281 m) is included in the territory of Atholville.72.7% of dwellings are owned while 27.3% are rented.78.2% were built before 1986 and 3.6% are in need of major repairs.The village itself is crossed from east to west by New Brunswick Route 134 which provides access to Tide Head and Campbellton: this road is called Notre-Dame Street in the village. The New Brunswick East Coast Railway, the former Intercolonial Railway, passes through the village from east to west, north of Notre-Dame Street.