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Culture, Education

It seems fitting with this year’s Mi’kmaq History Month poster theme being Innovations and Legacies, that we highlight the artist who creates these beautiful posters, Continue Reading →

Business, Education

BAIE-DE-BOUCTOUCHE – The provincial government has released the New Brunswick Shellfish Aquaculture Development Strategy 2017-2021. “The sustainable development of shellfish aquaculture is a priority and Continue Reading →

Culture, Education

Mi’kmawey Forestry is a program administered by The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq that has been developing programs that will create new opportunities to provide social, Continue Reading →

Education, Jobs

Millbrook – Giving Canadian youth the tools they need to find and keep good jobs will help grow the middle class and strengthen our economy. Continue Reading →

Education, Health

Please visit Nova Scotia Advocate for the full story (linked below). Whose trees? Our trees! Forest funeral procession marches to Province House

Culture, Education

Nova Scotians can learn more about the personal challenges and diverse experiences of the Mi’kmaw community through a new exhibit at the Museum of Natural Continue Reading →

Education, Jobs

Congratulations to Lee Ann Maloney on 25 years of service in the Education Field, you are an asset to the Community of Indian Brook and Continue Reading →

Education, Youth

Elephant Thoughts continues it’s success in the community of Sipekne’katik First Nation. This year the program worked in three different schools, reaching students at LSK, Continue Reading →

Education

Class of 2017

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Congratulations Dennis Gould. Graduated from Saint Mary’s University Bachelor of Commerce Major in Management. We are so proud of you, thanks for being an inspiration Continue Reading →

Education, Youth

Update Two: Remediation of Barriers to Fish Movement

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The Mi’kmaw Conservation Group (MCG) Culvert Project team had a very busy August! After Summer Shutdown, the team tackled the majority of their culvert assessments Continue Reading →

Community, Education

MCG is Connecting Communities

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Since 2012 The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq (CMM) has committed to increasing capacity in our communities to work within the Green sector. This has included Continue Reading →

Community, Education

A voice for her people

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Gail Christmas always dreamed of becoming a leader. Having struggled with drug and alcohol addictions as a teenager and young adult, that dream seemed impossible. Continue Reading →