by Crystal Dorey Communications Officer, KMKNO

Chief Andrea Paul (Right) presents Chief Theresa Spence with Mi’kmaq wooden roses made by a community member in Pictou Landing.

The Assembly of Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq Chiefs recognize and respect those who have joined the important grassroots Idle No More movement. By taking a stance and raising concerns on how the Jobs and Growth Act, 2012 (formerly Bill C-45) will impact our collective future, the Aboriginal voice across Canada has become stronger.

Many of the Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq Chiefs have stood alongside of community members in the Idle No More demonstrations, information sessions, video conferences and marches that have happened across Mi’kma’ki and on Parliament Hill. The Assembly themse ...

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