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August 7, 2012

Business

Aboriginal Commercial Fishery: Opportunity of a Lifetime

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Courage and determination. Don’t even think of making a career in the fishery if you don’t possess these two qualities. It’s tough work but it Continue Reading →

Business

Strong Leadership Turns Around Commercial Fishery at Maliseet de Viger First Nation

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The Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs secretariat (APCFNC) is proud to honour excellence in the First Nations commercial fishery across the Atlantic region. Continue Reading →

Business

13th Annual First Nations Fisheries Conference

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The larger than expected crowd of Elders, Chiefs, Councillors, Fishery Coordinators, FN organizations, and other support staff that came together for the 13th Annual First Continue Reading →

Legal

5th Annual Nationhood Conference

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Nova Scotia Mi’kmaw Chiefs, Councillors, Grand Council and representatives from many of the Mi’kmaq organizations came together on October 2nd and 3rd 2013, at the Continue Reading →

Community

Food, Social & Ceremonial Lobster Fishery for the Listuguj

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QUEBEC CITY – The Listuguj Mi’gmag community in the Gaspé will carry out their food, social and ceremonial lobster fishing in Chaleur Bay between September Continue Reading →

Business

FN communities want to be world leaders in aquaculture production

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First Nation coastal communities in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Québec stand to make enormous economic development gains as future global Continue Reading →

Education

Mi’kmaw Conservation Group Commercial Fisheries Update

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Spring is upon us and many First Nation communities are busy readying and hauling in their catches from the sea. I hope that all of Continue Reading →

Sports

Shubenacadie First Nation’s 3rd Annual Striped Bass Derby

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On May 4th, with the weather in our favour, the First Nation Band hosted 420 registered anglers along the bank of the Stewiacke River. Together Continue Reading →

Education

Blue Fin Tuna Conservation Concern

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The Atlantic Blue Fin Tuna, Amlamupej in Mi’kmaw, (Thunnus thynnus) could be listed as a Species at Risk under the Federal Species at Risk Act Continue Reading →

Business, Community

Metepenagiag to offer a unique live seafood dining experience

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The Metepenagiag First Nation located in Northern New Brunswick on the banks of the southwest Miramichi River is New Brunswick’s oldest community. Known as “the Continue Reading →

Community

APCFNC – Fishery update

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Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs Secretariat (APCFNC) have been busy on a number of fronts on fishery issues that include coordinating, advocating, and Continue Reading →

Business, Community

Fort Folly New Retail Lobster Business Off to a Great Start

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Southern New Brunswick, adjacent to Dorchester, is the home of the Fort Folly First Nation. With a population of roughly 100 inhabitants, Fort Folly is Continue Reading →