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Daily sunrise ceremony ‘very powerful’ for Mi’kmaq elder – CBC

‘I can feel my ancestors telling me … “Greet the sun.”‘ Mar 25, 2019 It started with a teenaged boy’s question to his grandfather, and now Mi’kmaq elder Junior Peter-Paul feels the weight of his ancestors pushing him to greet the sunrise every day. Peter-Paul burns sage for a smudge ceremony, turns to the east, beats […]

by ahnationtalk on March 25, 20193 Views

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Bowdoin College: Stitches in Time

March 20, 2019 Bowdoin College has perhaps the largest collection of Inuit embroideries from Labrador, Canada—more than ninety of them reside in the Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum, courtesy of explorer and researcher Donald MacMillan (Bowdoin class of 1898) and his wife Miriam, who purchased them or received them as gifts. In early April, a selection of […]

by ahnationtalk on March 21, 2019128 Views

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College of the North Atlantic: Cultivating culinary connoisseurs

March 20, 2019 STEPHENVILLE, NL – If you’re interested in awakening your taste buds, while at the same time, turning your culinary business idea into a start-up, then College of the North Atlantic’s (CNA) Bay St. George campus is the place to be March 26-28. Over the course of three days in Stephenville, there will […]

by ahnationtalk on March 21, 2019130 Views

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The great divide: Work underway to address lack of knowledge about Indigenous communities among immigrant population – Cape Breton Post

March 20, 2019 Diversity and multiculturalism are imprinted in the Atlantic Canadian DNA, akin to the fossils at Joggins, N.S., or Mistaken Point, N.L. Indigenous peoples and immigrant communities have more in common than meets the naked eye. According to 2016 census data, 91,705 immigrants and 99, 960 Indigenous peoples call Newfoundland, Nova Scotia and […]

by ahnationtalk on March 20, 2019135 Views

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UNB’s Red ‘n Black Revue marks 70 years as New Brunswick’s premier variety show

Mar 19, 2019 The University of New Brunswick show where Anne Murray got her start as a musician is celebrating 70 years of entertaining the Fredericton community. The UNB Red ‘n Black Revue is the longest-running show in New Brunswick and brings together students, faculty, staff and alumni to celebrate the university’s rich history, diverse […]

by ahnationtalk on March 19, 2019135 Views

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Nunatsiavut Artristry Photo Exhibition – Happy Valley-Goose Bay

Lawerance O’Brien Centre 19 March 2019 For more detailed information please click on link:  NunatsiavutArtistryPhotoExhibition.19March2019 NT5

by ahnationtalk on March 18, 2019142 Views

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UNB to host Indigenous Language Gathering Celebration with guest Buffy Sainte-Marie

The Mi’kmaq-Wolastoqey Centre (MWC) at the University of New Brunswick will host the first Indigenous Language Gathering Celebration: Nikana’tunej (carrying language forward) / Namkomihptune ‘Ciw Weckuwapasihtit (carrying language forward for the ones not yet born)” from Friday, April 5, to Sunday April 7, at the Richard J. CURRIE CENTER, UNB Fredericton. As 2019 is UNESCO’s Year of Indigenous Languages, […]

by ahnationtalk on March 15, 201928 Views

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Gord Downie sculpture unveiled at Halifax City Hall’s reconciliation space – HalifaxToday.ca

March 15, 2019 HALIFAX — A Gord Downie tribute sculpture has been unveiled at Halifax City Hall, in a room that aims to foster conversations about Indigenous history and reconciliation. The sculpture was created by artist Al Hattie using recycled metals that emulate a microphone stand and Downie’s signature hat, complete with feathers. On a […]

by ahnationtalk on March 15, 201920 Views

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Fire destroys traditional Mi’kmaw meeting cabins on Chapel Island – CTV Atlantic News

March 12, 2019 A fire described as suspicious has destroyed a number of cabins overnight on Cape Breton’s Chapel Island, which is part of Potlotek First Nation. Police say about 14 of the roughly 170 cabins on the island were burned to the ground. The call came in just before 1 a.m. Monday and some […]

by ahnationtalk on March 12, 201933 Views

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House of Assembly Participating in the Moose Hide Campaign

March 06, 2019 The Honourable Perry Trimper, Speaker of the House of Assembly, is pleased to announce that the House of Assembly is participating in the Moose Hide Campaign (MHC) today. The campaign is an Indigenous-led initiative, which draws upon culture and ceremony as a means of reconciliation and responding to the tragedy of domestic […]

by pmnationtalk on March 6, 201942 Views

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