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Culture, Education

It seems fitting with this year’s Mi’kmaq History Month poster theme being Innovations and Legacies, that we highlight the artist who creates these beautiful posters, Continue Reading →


Biography Tammy Barbour is originally from Whitby, Ontario. She moved to Nova Scotia in 1995, and lived in Cole Harbour in the Millbrook First Nation Continue Reading →


Lindsey Thompson joined the APC team as the Health Policy Analyst on October 3, 2017. She graduated with a BSc from St. FX, a Diploma Continue Reading →


The Mi’kmaw people – like other Indigenous communities across Canada – must organize themselves into nations to define what reconciliation means to them Canada’s celebration Continue Reading →

Business, Education

BAIE-DE-BOUCTOUCHE – The provincial government has released the New Brunswick Shellfish Aquaculture Development Strategy 2017-2021. “The sustainable development of shellfish aquaculture is a priority and Continue Reading →


Hello & welcome to this special edition of Shirley’s Corner as you know it is the day before the eve of Halloween. It never ceases Continue Reading →

Culture, Education

Mi’kmawey Forestry is a program administered by The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq that has been developing programs that will create new opportunities to provide social, Continue Reading →


HALIFAX – Jazz Aviation LP (“Jazz”) announced on October 2, that two Jazz Aviation and Northern Lights Scholarships for Indigenous Women (“scholarship”) have been awarded Continue Reading →

Culture, Health

“Capitalism has infiltrated our communities to the extent that spirituality, culture and our values which identity us as Indigineous Peoples has taken a back seat! Continue Reading →

Education, Jobs

Millbrook – Giving Canadian youth the tools they need to find and keep good jobs will help grow the middle class and strengthen our economy. Continue Reading →

Community, Youth

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Business, Community

Fisheries and Oceans Canada is collaborating with the National Indigenous Fisheries Institute for major program review Ottawa – The Government of Canada is committed to Continue Reading →