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August 7, 2012

Health, Youth

A family’s story of how Early Childhood Intervention Benefited them

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Melissa Francis knows firsthand the benefit of Early Childhood Intervention. Melissa and her husband Troy of Pictou Landing First Nations are the parents of three Continue Reading →

Culture, Education

Mi’kmawey Debert Interpretive Trail’s 10th year celebration – Photo collection

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Photos by Adam Gould & Tanya J. MacVicar

Community

2014 Election season has started

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November was a busy month for four First Nations Communities as they went to the polls and elected their Chief and Council. The first community Continue Reading →

Culture

Mi’kmaq History Month Wrap Up

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This October marked the 20th Year Anniversary of Mi’kmaq History Month in Nova Scotia. As part of the 20th Year Anniversary many initiatives were taken Continue Reading →

Community

National Tree Day in Millbrook

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On a blustery and rainy National Tree Day, the Mi’kmaw Conservation Group (MCG) and Millbrook Fisheries hosted a tree planting event in Millbrook First Nation. Continue Reading →

Business

Mi’kmaw Project for Innovation & Collaboration

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During the 2012 Annual General Assembly The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq (CMM), had passed a motion, which saw the creation of the Mi’kmaq Project for Continue Reading →

Education, Health

September 9th is FASD Awareness Day

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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is the most common reason for children’s learning to be delayed. FASD is caused by the biological mother drinking alcohol Continue Reading →

Education

Congratulations Erika

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Business, Education

A wealth of outdoor education just steps away

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Many people think of classrooms as only being rooms with desks inside a school. But on the grounds surrounding Arcadia Consolidated School an outdoor classroom Continue Reading →

Health

Diabetes Corner: March is Nutrition Month!

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The theme for this year’s Nutrition Month Campaign is Best Food Forward: Plan Shop Cook Enjoy! Healthy eating begins at the grocery store and this Continue Reading →

Legal

Working Committee Meetings for February 2013

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The Mi’kmaq – Nova Scotia – Canada Tripartite Forum currently has three Working Committee meetings scheduled for February 2013. All Tripartite Forum Working Committee meetings Continue Reading →

Health

February is Early Childhood Intervention Month in NS

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Early Childhood Intervention is a service that is available to children, and families of children, who have a developmental delay or are at risk for Continue Reading →