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August 7, 2012

Community

A Tribute to My Brother, Chief Lawrence Paul, an Innovator.

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Chief Lawrence, the 10th of fourteen children, and nine of my sisters and brothers were born in New Brunswick, I and four of my sisters Continue Reading →

Culture, Education

Aboriginal people & the First World War

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Even though it wasn’t their fight, when the British Empire went to war in 1914, Canada’s Aboriginal People didn’t hesitate to answer the call to Continue Reading →

Business

Government Invests into NB Aboriginal Shipbuilding Strategy

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The Government of Canada’s National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy (NSPS) represents a historic opportunity for job creation and economic growth across the country. The NSPS is Continue Reading →

Sports

Maloney Set to Defend Title

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Colin Maloney of Sipekne’katik is set to defend his Red Jacket at the 10th Annual Mi’kmaq Masters golf tournament being held on June 7th and Continue Reading →

Art

Celebrating a New Book by Mi’kmaw poet Shalan Joudry

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In her debut collection, Shalan Joudry skillfully weaves the experiences of her Mi’kmaw ancestors, her own reality and the hope she has for the next Continue Reading →

Sports, Youth

Eskasoni Judo Medalists

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The community of Eskasoni and the Eskasoni Judo Club want to congratulate these four young Judo members, Devon Johnson, Angelo Bernard, Ronald Dennis and Trenton Continue Reading →

Business

APC Congratulates Commercial Fisheries Awards Winners

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The Atlantic Policy Congress (APC) of First Nations Chiefs Secretariat would like to congratulate all the winners of the Third Annual Aboriginal Fisheries Awards! The Continue Reading →

Culture, Health

Transitioning to Health: Decolonizing health care for FNs

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“There is nothing that can be done from another place or by another race that cannot be done better by our own people.” This was Continue Reading →

Legal

First Nations Poised to Take Control Over their Lands

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Nineteen First Nations from across Canada sign onto the Framework Agreement on First Nation Land Management and begin development of their own land codes March Continue Reading →

Education, Health

TV documentary unearths wild flavours of the Maritimes

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Halifax – November 27, 2013 Foraging for food in the wilderness might seem like something our ancestors did, but during the past decade it’s attracted Continue Reading →

Health, Youth

Suicide Prevention Month

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FREDERICTON – The provincial government is inviting New Brunswickers to be involved in suicide prevention and awareness activities during February, Suicide Prevention Month. “We wish Continue Reading →

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 →