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Can P3 models help First Nations water crisis?

By Joseph Quesnel, AIMS Fellow

In September, First Nations in the Maritimes made headlines for delivering clean water to Potlotek First Nation, a Cape Breton Míkmaq community experiencing a water crisis. 340 more words

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Creepy Clowns in Atlantic Canada!

America isn’t the only place with a creepy clown problem.  About a week and a half ago there was a sighting here in my hometown, and very close to my apartment.   116 more words


In Defense of the Environment: What Is To Be Done?

Summary: An outline of Capitalism’s destructive process in Atlantic Canada and the need for anti-capitalist, anti-colonial resistance to be the center of reversing this process… 737 more words


Thanksgiving (Better late than never)

Monday we celebrated Thanksgiving here in Canada, and I had full intentions on sitting down and writing at some point over the long weekend. But, as is my habit, I bit off a little more than I could chew and found myself trying to cram in more tasks than I had hours. 292 more words

Nova Scotia's First Nations need to balance environment and economy

(photo source: Joanne Dussault)

By Joseph Quesnel, AIMS Fellow

This past Monday, First Nations in Nova Scotia celebrated the 30th annual Treaty Day celebration. Mi’kmaq chiefs promoted the ideas of reconciliation between the provincial government and Indigenous communities. 308 more words

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Atlantic Canada offers guidance on aboriginal education

By Joseph Quesnel, AIMS Fellow

Six months after pledging historic investments in indigenous education within the federal budget, Prime Minister Trudeau is now being criticized for the pace of new funding. 252 more words

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