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Education

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Community, Education

Pictou Landing Staff and Community take part in Facilitation Workshop… On January 8th and 9th Pictou Landing First Nation (PLFN) staff and community members gathered Continue Reading →

Education, Health

Household Hazardous Waste is any unused household products that contain ingredients which are toxic, corrosive, flammable, or reactive. Some everyday examples of these products are Continue Reading →

Education, Youth

January started off with a short week due to inclement weather. I am sure that one here at school complained. I know I didn’t. The Continue Reading →

Education

Over 120 StFX students have benefitted from the Jeannine Deveau Equity Endowment Scholarship Fund When the Jeannine Deveau Educational Equity Endowment Scholarship Fund was announced at Continue Reading →

Education, Youth

Bedford, NS – The governments of Canada and Nova Scotia are making significant investments in early learning and child care systems so that each and Continue Reading →

Education, Health

The Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs Secretariat (APC) held its annual Atlantic First Nations Health Conference from November 7 to 9, 2017 at Continue Reading →

Community, Education

HALIFAX – The Federal government is committed to investing in the future of young Canadians today and providing them with the digital skills they need Continue Reading →

Community, Education

The Mi’kmaw Conservation Group (MCG) Culvert Project Team had a busy field season that ran from June to December 2017. The team, which consisted of Continue Reading →

Community, Education

This past year, Mi’kmawey Forestry has been working to develop a Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) business aimed at creating new opportunities for Mi’kmaw Communities. We Continue Reading →

Community, Education

Starting this fall, StFX students will be able to take advantage of a unique living and learning opportunity designed to deepen the academic experience. In Continue Reading →

Education, Youth

Cory Smith of Glooscap First Nation, graduated from Horton High School in June of 2017. “Greet the future with anticipation, dream big, work hard! Remember Continue Reading →

Culture, Education

As a Mi’kmaw ecologist, or “Two-eyed seeing” ecologist, I’m very aware of our human and ancestral relationships as part of ecosystems. I am always asking Continue Reading →