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March 14, 2019, by Kim Reeder, David Perley and Brian Beaton

The UNB Mi’kmaq-Wolastoqey Centre’s fifth annual Peace and Friendship Treaty Days colloquium (Feb. 27 to March 1) focused on the re-invigoration of the nation-to-nation treaty relationship. The annual event raises […]

Feds told to take Nashwaak’s fish-bearing brooks off the list for Sisson’s mine waste

February 27, 2019, by Tracy Glynn

Fredericton – A coalition Indigenous leaders, scientists and conservationists joined forces on Feb. 27 to protest the Trudeau government’s move to ...

Elsipogtog’s Kopit Lodge supports Wolastoq Nation opposing the Sisson mine

February 27, 2019, by Kenneth Francis

No’kma’tut, to our Wolastoq brothers and sisters: We are writing on behalf of Kopit Lodge at Elsipogtog First Nation in the Sikniktuk District of ...

Rebuilding Our Red Nation

January 31, 2019, by spasaqsit possesom – (morningstar burning) - Ron Tremblay Wolastoqew Grand Chief

Let’s rebuild our Red Nation And stop thinking a Reservation is a Nation Labeling our Rez as 1st Nation Is in reality a false decoration Placing our ...

  • STU’s history of “Indigenization”
    January 28, 2019, by Naomi Gullison

    Despite the Mi’kmaq and Wolastoqey flags flying at the foot of the campus, St. Thomas University (STU) has a decade-long track record of keeping its Native Studies Department underfunded and […]

  • “Shake until you wake!” Wabanaki Unity Gathering
    January 28, 2019, by Susan O'Donnell

    Indigenous women made their voices heard throughout the Gathering to Unify Wabanaki Peoples & Non-Indigenous Allies hosted by the Wolastoq Grand Council on unceded Wolastoqey Homeland at the St. Thomas […]

  • Alanis Obomsawin: “A place where you have a voice”
    November 27, 2018, by Shanthi Bell

    Watch Wabanaki documentary filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin speak about her life’s work making film about Indigenous communities in this video. Alanis Obomaswin spoke in Fredericton on Oct. 24 after a screening of her […]