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Community

Lt.-Gov. Arthur J. LeBlanc invested Jaime Battiste of the Eskasoni, First Nation, Cape Breton Regional Municipality, with the Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers today, Jan. 25, 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 →

Culture, Legal

Members of the Assembly of Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq Chiefs (Assembly) listened intently to the discussions of the Halifax Regional Municipality’s (HRM) Council on the Cornwallis 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, Culture

Chief Noel Doucette i met sometime in the late 1950s, in either Boston or Nova Scotia, I don’t remember which, we were both born in Continue Reading →

Art, Youth

Mi’kmaw Kina’matnewey, in partnership with Treaty Education Nova Scotia held a creative art contest beginning in October. Students from all schools across Nova Scotia were Continue Reading →

Business, Community

The second largest Mi’kmaw community in Nova Scotia, with over 2,500 Band members is the Sipekne’katik First Nation. Located less than 30 kilometres from Truro, Continue Reading →

Business, Community

New Maryland, NB —The governments of Canada and New Brunswick are working together to provide residents and businesses with modern, reliable and sustainable public infrastructure Continue Reading →

Community, Sports

Recently Sipekne’katik First Nation was able to display the Mi’kmaw Sports Hall of Fame Banners with this years new Inductees. Sara-Lynn Knockwood, Jake Maloney and 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 →