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Community, Culture

Unama’ki – Humble, compassionate, dedicated, generous, community and nation minded are words that described Grand Chief Benjamin Sylliboy. For the Mi’kmaq these are important timeless Continue Reading →


Ottawa – Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, Governor General of Canada, invested 10 Officers and 34 Members into the Order of Canada during Continue Reading →

Business, Community

TOBIQUE – Improved survival rates of wild Atlantic salmon and other fish species on the St. John River watershed is the goal of a downstream Continue Reading →

Art, Culture

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Education, Youth

In November, I was very fortunate to play host to two young ladies for take your daughter to work week. Although they were not my Continue Reading →

Business, Community

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Sports, Youth

The Mi’kmaw Sport Summit was held in Halifax on November 17-19 at the Atlantica Hotel. The conference gave Nova Scotia Mi’kmaw communities an opportunity to Continue Reading →

Health, Sports

Mi’kmaw Men and Women Warriors worked their biceps, triceps, pectorals and just about every other muscle north of their ankles bulges when they deadlift pounds Continue Reading →

Art, Music

After years of song writing and playing gigs throughout the Atlantic 2nd Generation from Eskasoni Nova Scotia decided to take the next step from being Continue Reading →

Business, Community

More solar panels will be popping up in Hantsport and Whycocomagh through the Solar Electricity for Community Buildings Pilot Program, announced on Nov. 10, by Continue Reading →


Cape Breton University bestowed Mary Rebecca Julian and Eunice Harker with honorary degrees during its Fall Convocation ceremony held on November 4, 2017, at the Continue Reading →

Business, Community

Indian Island, a small community with less than 150 acres of land located on the coast of Northumberland Strait in Kent County, New Brunswick, is Continue Reading →