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I hadn’t planned on getting up early but Flash, my grey tiger-striped cat made himself known before dawn on Good Friday. His claws had captured Continue Reading →

Business, Culture

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 →

Culture, Education

Challenges and opportunities Brock may encounter as the University works to expand and improve supports for its indigenous community were highlighted during a recent presentation Continue Reading →

Culture, Education

Nearing the end of the E’se’get Archaeological Project

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When the public thinks of archaeology, they often think of a stereotypical dig site: an archaeologist with a large crew, carefully removing dirt from precisely Continue Reading →

Culture, Education

FIRST FISHERS: Basement treasure centerpiece of new exhibit

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A 15.5 foot (4.7m) birch bark canoe that was constructed by the Mi’kmaw in the early 1900s for hunting and fishing in the backwoods of Continue Reading →

Culture, Education

Ghost Cat going International

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Michael J. Isaac of the Listuguj First Nations was in Havana Cuba, recently as part of a Canadian delegation at the Havana International Book Fair. Continue Reading →

Culture

Interesting People and Events 4

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Fancy cars were not part of my young life, I thought, at the time that they were something that was only enjoyed by white folks, Continue Reading →

Culture, Education

Indspire: Thomas Dymond

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“There isn’t always a clear direction in life – embrace who you are, your own journey, and take pride in yourself. Never forget where you Continue Reading →

Culture, Education

Mi’kmaq Heritage Calendar released on Heritage Day

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A relatively new holiday in Nova Scotia, Heritage Day is an opportunity to acknowledge and honour the contributions of the many cultures that make Nova Continue Reading →

Culture, Education

Government Launches Nova Scotia’s First Culture Action Plan

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Government will focus on the province’s cultural sector, creative economy and diverse communities with Nova Scotia’s Culture Action Plan: Creativity and Community, launched on, Feb. Continue Reading →

Culture

Interesting People and Events – Part 3

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In the mid 1930s the Great White Father in Ottawa decided that a plan should be developed which would see all the Mi’kmaq and Maliseet Continue Reading →

Community, Culture

Harvesting Moose: Providing for Our Communities

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Harvesting moose has given the Mi’kmaw of Nova Scotia the opportunity to help their people and communities; by allowing them to connect with their culture Continue Reading →