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August 7, 2012

Community, Education

Gail Christmas always dreamed of becoming a leader. Having struggled with drug and alcohol addictions as a teenager and young adult, that dream seemed impossible. Continue Reading →

Letters

From 1953 to 1960, which was the year when I returned home to Nova Scotia for good, I met many interesting people in both Boston Continue Reading →

Culture, Education

Shalan Joudry, Faculty of Management This article is part of a series on graduates of Spring Convocation 2017. Read more grad profiles (https://www.dal.ca/news/2017/06/02/cheers-to-the-class-of-2017-.html) or, to Continue Reading →

Community, Sports

Membertou Sport Centre Breeds Champions!

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In the short time Membertou opened its doors to the two-rink arena, it has not taken long to see winning results!  If you drop by Continue Reading →

Community, Sports

1st Annual Millbrook Native Invitational Hockey Tournament

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A few of our many, many medal winners and tournaments stars. Congratulations! Photos provided by Nigel Gloade

Community, Legal

New Court to Open in Wagmatcook

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Aboriginal Wellness/Gladue Court and Provincial Court Services Established at Wagmatcook Provincial Court services will soon be established in Wagmatcook First Nation, including Nova Scotia’s first Continue Reading →

Education

APC Chiefs meet with Environment Minister Catherine McKenna

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On Wednesday, April 26, the APC arranged a meeting between Atlantic/Gaspé and the Honourable Catherine McKenna, Minister of Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC). This Continue Reading →

Business, Community

Glooscap FN helps others connect

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Glooscap First Nation continues to lead the way in rural economic development in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley. On April 11th, local MLA Keith Irving joined Continue Reading →

Culture, Education

FIRST FISHERS: Basement treasure centerpiece of new exhibit

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A 15.5 foot (4.7m) birch bark canoe that was constructed by the Mi’kmaw in the early 1900s for hunting and fishing in the backwoods of Continue Reading →

Culture

Interesting People and Events 4

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Fancy cars were not part of my young life, I thought, at the time that they were something that was only enjoyed by white folks, Continue Reading →

Sports

Mi’kmaw teams win hockey series against the government

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TRURO, N.S. – The team of Mi’kmaq Chiefs and Councillors beat the government team 9-6 in Membertou and 9-2 in Truro. Chief Bob Gloade of Continue Reading →

Culture, Education

Mi’kmaq Heritage Calendar released on Heritage Day

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A relatively new holiday in Nova Scotia, Heritage Day is an opportunity to acknowledge and honour the contributions of the many cultures that make Nova Continue Reading →