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August 7, 2012

Art, Culture

Did you ever have a passion for something that you dreamed of doing and then it becomes a reality. That is exactly what happened to Continue Reading →

Culture, Youth

The Atlantic Filmmakers Cooperative (AFCOOP) is giving the chance to one Mi’kmaw filmmaker to create a short film through the Languages of Nova Scotia Initiative. Continue Reading →

Legal

In 2017 the Supreme Court released four decisions which elaborated on the substance and application of the duty to consult and accommodate (Clyde River (Hamlet) Continue Reading →

Education, Health

The Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs Secretariat (APC) held its annual Atlantic First Nations Health Conference from November 7 to 9, 2017 at 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 →

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 →

Community

On Saturday, January 6, 2018, the Saint Kateri Parish, Indian Brook, (Sipekne’katik) held a special day to rededicate our sanctuary on the grand reopening. Saint Continue Reading →

Community, Education

Eskasoni’s Role Models of the Year

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Al Oakley and Bessie Prosper Eskasoni’s Allison Bernard Memorial High School (ABMHS) held their annual “Role Model of the Year,” ceremonies at the high school Continue Reading →

Business

Antigonish Chamber of Commerce appoints first Mi’kmaq board member

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Rose Paul, director of economic development at Paqtnkek Mi’kmaw Nation, is the first Mi’kmaq representative to be appointed to the Antigonish Chamber of Commerce board Continue Reading →

Art, Culture

Paul Harris Rotary Fellowship Award

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Rotary International is an international service organization whose stated purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian services, encourage Continue Reading →

Culture, Education

New Women’s Studies professor brings Indigenous feminist perspective to the classroom

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In her words: Learning from stories told by Indigenous women in NS Born and raised in scwha, L’sitkuk (known as Bear River First Nation), Nova Scotia, Continue Reading →