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August 7, 2012

Culture, Education

It seems fitting with this year’s Mi’kmaq History Month poster theme being Innovations and Legacies, that we highlight the artist who creates these beautiful posters, Continue Reading →


The Mi’kmaw people – like other Indigenous communities across Canada – must organize themselves into nations to define what reconciliation means to them Canada’s celebration Continue Reading →

Business, Community

Fisheries and Oceans Canada is collaborating with the National Indigenous Fisheries Institute for major program review Ottawa – The Government of Canada is committed to Continue Reading →


While working in Halifax in the early 1960s I still maintained my contact with friends from many Mi’kmaw communities. Two of the funniest encounters occurred Continue Reading →

Education, Health

Please visit Nova Scotia Advocate for the full story (linked below). Whose trees? Our trees! Forest funeral procession marches to Province House

Education, Youth

Elephant Thoughts continues it’s success in the community of Sipekne’katik First Nation. This year the program worked in three different schools, reaching students at LSK, Continue Reading →

Community, Letters

Dear Editor: In 1995, I had an opportunity to travel to Holland with my Grandfather Sandy Julien. After many conversations with my grand father about Continue Reading →

Culture, Legal

Dartmouth – A first in Canada for the RCMP, the Nova Scotia RCMP announced on October 30, 2017 that all clients including victims, witnesses and Continue Reading →


MSVU appoints first Special Advisor to the President on Aboriginal Affairs

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Halifax – October 3, 2017 – Patrick Small Legs-Nagge has been named Mount Saint Vincent University’s first Special Advisor to the President on Aboriginal Affairs. Continue Reading →


HERH Acknowledges Mi’kmaq History Month

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It was a beautiful day to raise a Teepee and that’s what happened in Milford NS at the Hants East Rural High School. With help Continue Reading →


New Band Council elected for Benoit 1st Nation

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Benoit 1st Nation would like to announce that the following people have been nominated for the Band Council: Chief – Jasen Benwah aka Penwa Jes’n; Continue Reading →


Treaty Day Celebrations 2017

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Photos provided by Adam Gould, April Maloney, Carol Busby and Communications NS.