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Business, Community

The National Indigenous Fisheries Institute (the Institute) in collaboration with Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) have begun a review of fisheries programs including the Atlantic Continue Reading →

Community, Culture

Youth

While working in Halifax in the early 1960s I still maintained my contact with friends from many Mi’kmaw communities. Two of the funniest encounters occurred Continue Reading →

Business, Community

Halifax – The Government of Canada is committed to renewing Canada’s relationship with Indigenous peoples by contributing to improved quality of life and economic growth Continue Reading →

Business

October 12, 2017 Alma, New Brunswick Parks Canada Agency An innovative partnership between government, industry and academia called Fundy Salmon Recovery, is celebrating the successful Continue Reading →

Art, Culture

In support of Indigenous Students – NBCC FREDERICTON – Internationally-renowned hoop dancer James Jones will be among the Indigenous artists showcased at Gelu’lg Maw-a-paw, a 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

On its 50th anniversary, the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission invites Nova Scotians to nominate individuals or groups for the 2017 Human Rights Awards. “This Continue Reading →

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 →

Letters

Letter to the Editor: To the Union of Nova Scotia Indians attending the 48th Annual Assembly in Halifax, Sunday October 1st, 2017. I would like 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 →