by Adam Gould & Crystal Dorey, Tripartite Forum & KMKNO

Tanya Johnson-MacVicar was hired as the researcher for the Mi’kmaw E-Scan project.

The Culture, Heritage and Archaeology Working Group (CHA WG) of the Kwilmu’kw Maw-klusuaqn Negotiation Office/Mi’kmaq Rights Initiative (KMKNO) is currently conducting research on Mi’kmaw culture, heritage and archaeology. As part of the Tripartite Forum’s Culture and Heritage work plan, the goal of this research is to produce a database (e-scan) on the management, protection, preservation, interpretation, and promotion of culture, heritage and archaeology for the Mi’kmaq of Nova Scotia. It will assist the work of the CHA WG, which includes representatives from KMKNO, The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq and the Mi’kmaq Association for Cultural Studies.

Project Researcher, Tanya Johnson-MacVicar, will be contacting both Mi’kmaw and ...

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