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<div class="page" title="Page 1"><div class="layoutArea"><div class="column"><p><span>This paper presents puzzles concerning the representation of features in the agreement system of the Eastern Algonquian language, Mi'gmaq. A growing body of research converges on the idea that φ-agreement should be separated into distinct person (π<sup>0</sup>), number (#<sup>0</sup>), and sometimes gender (γ<sup>0</sup>) probes (e.g. Anagnostopoulou 2003, Béjar 2003, Béjar and Rezac 2003, Laka 1993, Shlonskydoi:10.7557/12.3235 fatcat:7ozjb6uuijctfhsqpnhrkqpj54