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Biography Tammy Barbour is originally from Whitby, Ontario. She moved to Nova Scotia in 1995, and lived in Cole Harbour in the Millbrook First Nation Continue Reading →

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Lindsey Thompson joined the APC team as the Health Policy Analyst on October 3, 2017. She graduated with a BSc from St. FX, a Diploma Continue Reading →

Culture, Health

“Capitalism has infiltrated our communities to the extent that spirituality, culture and our values which identity us as Indigineous Peoples has taken a back seat! 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

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Atlantic Chiefs express frustration on lack of action in Potlotek

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Nova Scotia Chiefs in Atlantic Canada are expressing frustration and concern over Canada’s lack of action to address serious water conditions in Potlotek First Nation. Continue Reading →

Community, Health

Update Three: Remediation of Barriers to Fish Movement

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The Mi’kmaw Conservation (MCG) Culvert Project team had a successful September! One of the key tasks this year was to have a number of deteriorated Continue Reading →

Culture, Health

IWK Health Centre permanently raises Mi’kmaq flag

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Halifax – In observance and celebration of Mi’kmaq history month and Treaty Day, the IWK permanently raised the Mi’kmaq Grand Council flag on its grounds Continue Reading →

Community, Health

Eskasoni runs for the cure

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Community, Health

Glooscap Community Member to Open Therapeutic Farm

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Glooscap First Nation community member Charlotte Paul always knew that she wanted to help others with challenges, barriers and those with mental illness. In order Continue Reading →

Community, Health

Jarvis hired as new Health Director of APC

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Jarvis was raised in We’koqma’q, Unama’ki and graduated from a Mi’kmaw Kina’matnewey school. He holds degrees from Saint Mary’s University (cum laude), Dalhousie Law School, Continue Reading →

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New Grant Helps Vulnerable Indigenous Women in Cape Breton

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The Jane Paul Mi’kmaq Women’s Resource Centre in Sydney will be able to help more vulnerable indigenous women in their communities, with the help of Continue Reading →

Community, Health

APC’s Julian Morrison

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Julian Morrison joined the APC team as the Mental Wellness Project Manager on December 5, 2016.  In this role, Julian will provide project management services Continue Reading →