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August 18, 2017, by Tracy Glynn

Ekpahak/Fredericton – Jacinda Mack, a Nuxalk and Secwepemc woman from British Columbia, was on the unceded Wolastoq and Passamaquoddy territories in New Brunswick in August to intervene at the annual […]

Kent County “water warriors” gather on Elsipogtog, view documentary celebrating their historic victory

July 18, 2017, by Dallas McQuarrie

“You have to normalize resistance.  You have to normalize it in every aspect of what you’re doing,” Suzanne Patles, in Water Warriors. Elsipogt ...

Fundraiser for Wulustukyik (Maliseet) Nation grandmothers and mothers at Sisson site

July 6, 2017, by Andrea Polchies

The Wulustukyik (Maliseet) Nation Grandmothers and Mothers are currently out at the sisson mine site in order to prevent the distruction of their ance ...

Wolastoqewi Time Immemorial Celebration

June 29, 2017, by NB Media Co-op

WOLASTOQEWI TIME IMMEMORIAL CELEBRATION Location: Next the Beaverbrook Art Gallery in Fredericton on traditional Wolastoq territory Schedule of event ...

  • Natalie Sappier sings Indigenous reality and survival
    June 23, 2017, by Sophie M. Lavoie

    Wolastoqiyik artist Samaqani Cocahq-Natalie Sappier performed at the Beaverbrook Gallery on Wednesday, June 21, 2017, “National Aboriginal Day,” in Fredericton. Sappier’s very intimate performance was offered to the public on [&hellip ...

  • Return of the Wolastoq: Giving a river back its name
    May 26, 2017, by Tracy Glynn

    The Wolastoq Grand Council is supporting their youth’s proposal to change the name of the Saint John River back to its original and proper name, the Wolastoq. Wolastoq means “beautiful […]