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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 […]

Trudeau put on the spot about Energy East and UNDRIP at Fredericton tour stop

January 18, 2017, by Daniel Cayley-Daoust

On Tuesday morning, Jan, 17, Trudeau continued his cross-Canada tour with a stop in Fredericton for a town hall hosted by the Fredericton Chamber of C ...

Symbols of resistance: Energy East pipeline target of collaborative art

January 3, 2017, by Robin Tress

Art and imagery have played a role in resistance movements throughout time and across issues. Think of the red square of the Québec student movement, ...

Jesse Wente assesses Indigenous representation

December 1, 2016, by Sophie M. Lavoie

Jesse Wente connects his Indigenous family background to contemporary struggles like the Dakota Access Pipeline protests and the Cleveland baseball te ...

  • Solidarity from Wolastoq to Standing Rock [audio]
    November 16, 2016, by From the Margins

    On November 15, the Wolastoq Grand Council held an action in Fredericton to show solidarity with Indigenous people and allies resisting the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) in North Dakota. Over […]

  • Wolastoq Grand Council on the Mactaquac dam
    July 22, 2016, by Wolastoq Grand Council Chief Ron Tremblay

    Since time immemorial Wolastoqewiyik (Maliseet People) were connected physically and spiritually to the river “Wolastoq” – St. John River, for it provided our people with food, medicine, and was our […]