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May 31, 2018, by Tracy Glynn

In a moving show of solidarity, more than three dozen people from Fredericton visited the Wolastoqiyik grandmothers’ camp in the woods near Napadogan on May 26. Almost one year ago, […]

Angee Acquin has built her career improving the lives of at-risk kids. Now she needs her community’s help to save her own.

March 17, 2018, by Oscar Baker

Angee Acquin dreams one day of being a little old woman with traditional regalia and shawls hanging over head in her tent, her grandchildren running a ...

Natalie Sappier finds her Wolastoq voice

March 7, 2018, by Sophie M. Lavoie

The NB Media Co-op interviewed Wolastoq artist Natalie Sappier- Samaqani Cocahq about her new play, Finding Wolastoq Voice, premiering March 8, 2018 ...

Collective grieving, calls to action mark vigil for Tina Fontaine along the Wələstəq

March 6, 2018, by Jared Durelle

“Here we are in the so-called free and great country of Canada that just let a criminal go for murdering an Indigenous girl of the age of 15,” ...

  • My Stolen Sisters
    March 2, 2018, by Melissa Beek

    My stolen sisters, I think of you. I think of you when I visit the river. She flows to the shore to greet me, her current lapping at the earth. […]