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Community, Education

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The province is helping Nova Scotia Mi’kmaw communities secure better contracts by posting tender notices on the provincial government tenders website. “Glooscap First Nation recently Continue Reading →

(L-R) Velvet Paul, Charlene Francis, Jo-Anne Julian, Natale Gloade & Helena Sack graduated from CBU with Education Degree. Education

ESKASONI Sipekne’katik Pictou Landing More Graduates

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Charlottetown, PEI – The Mi’kmaq Confederacy of PEI is congratulating the participants in the Lennox Island First Nation election, held June 11, 2016. In particular, Continue Reading →

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Federal Ministers and Atlantic Premiers announce the launch of an Atlantic Growth Strategy following a meeting on Atlantic Canada’s economy St. Peters Bay, PEI – Continue Reading →

During a graduation ceremony at LSK, Andrew Marr (Right) poses for a photo. Youth

It’s a parent’s worst nightmare when you find out that your child is sick, and that’s exactly what happened to John and Juanita Marr of Continue Reading →

Skills2016-Grad Education

We would like to congratulate our son Levi Marshall (Pictured Right) for winning two Gold Medals at this year’s National Skills Competition that were held Continue Reading →

Jude and Koda Gerrard are a father and daughter living in Halifax. Their stories first appeared online at the Halifolks Facebook page. Community, Health

Or what not to say to the parents of a transgender child. Jude and Koda Gerrard are a father and daughter living in Halifax. Their Continue Reading →

Elsie Basque receiving an honourary doctorate from Acadia University. Obituaries

One of Canada’s oldest residential school survivors, Elsie Basque became not only the first Mi’kmaq in Nova Scotia to earn a teaching certificate, but a Continue Reading →

Nova Scotia Mi’kmaw Chiefs  gather inside Parliament Hill with all federal members of Parliament from Nova Scotia. Photo provided by House of Commons Culture

On June 20, 2016, 13 First Nation Chief’s from Nova Scotia filed out of their hotel in Ottawa and onto two shuttles sent from Parliament Continue Reading →

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When we think of the “Truth and Reconciliation Process” (“Process”) regarding Residential Schools, one might believe this to be the start towards a healing process. Continue Reading →

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Despite being one of the first tribes to have contact with Europeans, our culture and people have survived. The Mi’kmaq are resilient people that stand Continue Reading →