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New documentary explores the potential Mi’kmaq origins of hockey – HalifaxToday.ca

A Nova Scotia woman is making a new documentary that investigates the origins of Canada’s favourite sport, and tracing it back to its Indigenous roots A Nova Scotia woman is making a new documentary that investigates the origins of Canada’s favourite sport, and tracing it back to its potential Indigenous roots. Mi’kmaw political science professor […]

by ahnationtalk on February 11, 201913 Views

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The hardest part of being from a Northern Indigenous community is all the deaths’ – CBC

Grieving becomes part of our culture as we face tragedies head on, again and again Feb 10, 2019 After a recent death a colleague said to me, “I guess we’re reaching that age where our friends start to get sick and die off,” and at that moment I realized that while we may inhabit the […]

by ahnationtalk on February 11, 201915 Views

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Chief Andrea Paul chosen honourary chair of Bowl for Kids – The News

NEW GLASGOW, N.S. – Big Brothers Big Sisters of Pictou County is getting ready to greet everyone dressed in their PJs. This may appear a bit strange but not with a theme of Pajamas and Pins, as they prepare for their 39th annual Bowl for Kids Sake Campaign which features a pajama party. Pictou Landing […]

by ahnationtalk on February 7, 201922 Views

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Juno-nominated Jeremy Dutcher performs sold out show on Friday – Brunswickan

Sitting in front of his piano under a ceiling filled with lights Jeremy Dutcher put on a culture-rich performance with the help of his ancestors. From Tobique First Nation, Dutcher combines his power opera vocals and piano with archival audio clips of his Wolastoqiyik ancestors. The Polaris Prize winner was one of the 50 artists […]

by ahnationtalk on February 6, 201914 Views

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Province responds to Friends of Northumberland Strait call for data on 2018 effluent leak at Northern Pulp – The News

PICTOU, N.S. — The Nova Scotia Department of Environment says it is still investigating the Oct. 21 effluent leak from the Northern Pulp pipeline. “We won’t be able to provide information today on the size of the leak or what happened in this incident,” said provincial spokesperson Rachel Boomer. Boomer’s comments have been made in […]

by ahnationtalk on February 6, 201920 Views

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Op-ed: Dr. Nicholas Welch – Gazette

Feb. 6, 2019 This phrase often appears in my discipline, linguistics, to cite sentences from one or more languages to illustrate the author’s arguments. It is a phrase that never fails to cause me instant irritation. For me it raises the stereotypical Hollywood image of the intrepid scientist plunging into the wilderness in search of […]

by ahnationtalk on February 6, 201919 Views

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After 50 years, Pictou Landing First Nation is getting its harbour back – APTN News

February 4, 2019 Pictou Landing First Nation is counting down the days until Northern Pulp Mill can no longer dump toxins into Boat Harbour. That’s when the harbour will be re-named its original name – A’se’k – which means ‘the other room’,” said Chief Andrea Paul. The toxins released in the water by the Northern […]

by ahnationtalk on February 5, 201920 Views

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We are strong’ – Gazette

How one student embraced her Aboriginal culture at Grenfell Campus February 05, 2019 I was fortunate to come from a small Mi’kmaw community where I was exposed to my culture from an early age. Transitioning to university could be seen as a challenge for many but luckily I entered Grenfell Campus as it was increasing […]

by pmnationtalk on February 5, 201920 Views

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Feds provide update on forthcoming pulp and paper effluent regulations – Pulp & Paper Canada

February 4, 2019 – The federal government has delivered an update on the new pollution regulations it is developing for pulp and paper mills. CBC News reports that representatives from Environment and Climate Change Canada met with Prince Edward Island’s standing committee on agriculture and fisheries last week amid the ongoing Northern Pulp effluent drainage […]

by ahnationtalk on February 4, 201915 Views

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Halifax protest highlights aboriginal issues – The Vanguard

March temporarily closes Macdonald Bridge About 100 people drummed, chanted and sang their way across the Macdonald Bridge in Halifax to highlight environmental and social issues affecting the aboriginal community. The protesters started their march at the Dartmouth bus depot on a frigid Saturday and crossed the bridge, which was closed to traffic for about 45 […]

by ahnationtalk on February 4, 201913 Views

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