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August 7, 2012

Sports, Youth

Aboriginal Youth bring it & hit the ice

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This crowd-pleaser will get you rallying in your living rooms, as young men chase their dreams on the rink to be part of the best Continue Reading →

Legal, Letters

Letter to the Gov. of Canada, the Gov. of New Brunswick & RCMP regarding Elsipogtog community

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Dear Editor: This letter sent on December 2, 2013 to the New Brunswick Provincial Government the Federal Government and the RCMP Commissioner in Ottawa, by: Continue Reading →

Health, Youth

Aboriginal Youth battles drug and solvent abuse

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Choosing your friends to stay strong “Drugs never help you. It hurts you slowly; it hurts your family and hurts the people who care about Continue Reading →

Community

A Migmag Fisherman: John Sock

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This story is about John Sock, a Migmag fisherman from Elsipogtog First Nation and how his career in commercial fisheries has been shaped by his Continue Reading →

Health

Progress report on mental health action plan released

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Fredericton – A progress report on the Action Plan for Mental Health in New Brunswick 2011-18 is now available. “Considerable work has been done to Continue Reading →

Legal

NS Chiefs: Response to Bill C-45

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The Assembly of Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq Chiefs recognize and respect those who have joined the important grassroots Idle No More movement. By taking a stance Continue Reading →

Education, Health, Youth

UN’s official includes NB in four-day visit to Canada

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Office of the Child and Youth Advocate Fredericton – The vice-chair of the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child concluded her four-day Continue Reading →

Business, Community

CANDO hosts their 19th National Conference in Membertou

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This year CANDO chose the Mi’kmaq community of Membertou to host their 19th Annual National Conference. With over 300 delegates from across the Country, Membertou 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 →

Stephen Augustine, the new Principal of Unama’ki College. Photo by Steven Darby, Museum of Civiliztion (MofC) Education, Youth

Unama’ki College of CBU Welcomes New Principal

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Unama’ki College of Cape Breton University is pleased to announce that Stephen Augustine has accepted the position of principal, commencing January 7, 2013. Originally from Continue Reading →

Legal

New Brunswick First Nations win another round in court

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New Brunswick First Nations won another legal battle in their fight against the federal government’s cuts to social programs in First Nations communities, when a Continue Reading →

Community, Health

Community resilience in the face of disaster for Tobique

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Tobique First Nation is a Maliseet community with a population of approximately 1800 people that’s located at the confluence of the St. John and Tobique Continue Reading →