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Waterfront Amphitheater Project

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April 19, 2017 – The Town of Annapolis Royal and Bear River First Nation are pleased to announce their partnership in relation to a waterfront Continue Reading →

Business, Community

Glooscap FN helps others connect

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Glooscap First Nation continues to lead the way in rural economic development in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley. On April 11th, local MLA Keith Irving joined Continue Reading →

Business, Community

Terrestrial Species at Risk Workshop March 21-22, 2017

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Hampton Inn and Suites, Millbrook, N.S Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Canadian Wildlife Service (CWS) is hosting a meeting on terrestrial species at risk for Continue Reading →

Business, Community

Eskasoni: a Leader in Commercial Fishing

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The largest Mi’kmaw community in the world with close to 4000 community members is located in the heart of the picturesque and magnificent region of Continue Reading →

Business, Community

Gesgapegiag FN Continues Remarkable Progress

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The Micmacs of Gesgapegiag, a community of 700 people who call the Gaspé Peninsula home, are proving that innovative thinking and diversification of their commercial Continue Reading →

Business, Community

Waycobah reaping benefits of fiscal prudence

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This week in Waycobah, in central Cape Breton, the Trans-Canada Highway is clogged and rumbling as road crews widen it to accommodate traffic turning left Continue Reading →

Business, Education

Celebrating the Students of Pathways to Shipbuilding

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December 7, 2016 was a celebration for the 19 students enrolled in the Pathways to Shipbuilding Indigenous Education and Apprenticeship Pilot Program. The program will Continue Reading →

Business, Culture

Deciphering Visual Designs to Strengthen Modern Aboriginal Culture

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Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada launches third video in series Vancouver – The third installment in the Power of Aboriginal Tourism video series produced by Continue Reading →

Business

Tidal Energy Project Announces New Chair and Director

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Nova Scotia’s efforts to responsibly harness the power of the Bay of Fundy take another step forward today with the appointments of a new board Continue Reading →

Business, Community

Glooscap’s Business Model: A Path to Success

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Glooscap First Nation is a relatively small Mi’kmaq community located near the Minas Basin of the Bay of Fundy, a few kilometres outside of Hantsport, Continue Reading →

Business, Community

Elsipogtog opens Commercial Centre with Loblaw’s and Pharmasave

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ELSIPOGTOG FIRST NATION – The Usand Group (Usand) offers its congratulations to Elsipogtog First Nation (Elsipogtog) on the grand opening of their new River of Continue Reading →

Business, Legal

Mi’kmaq Frustrations Rise with In-Stream Tidal

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The Fundy Ocean Research for Energy (FORCE) continues to move forward with their In-Stream Tidal project, despite ongoing concerns from the Mi’kmaq of Nova Scotia. Continue Reading →