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Take the road less travelled

I spent my Sunday with my brother, a fellow avid photographer. I took him to a location I found on my travels, and then he took me to some of his favourite locations. 86 more words

Hiking the Mi'kMaq tracks in Halifax

Ryan – the founder of GreatEARTHexpeditions, the top tour agency of Halifax, was invited by Shane at HI-Halifax to guide the three of us into Peggy’s cove. 655 more words

Big Blog Exchange

Native Groups Demand Protection of Gulf from Oil and Gas Development

The St. John’s Telegram notes a Native alliance formed to oppose exploration and drilling in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, with Quebec’s recent lifting of its moratorium.  31 more words


Native Americans’ Report Reveals History of 'Cultural Genocide’ in Maine

An article in the Bangor Daily News sums up the final report of the Maine Wabanaki-State Child Welfare Truth & Reconciliation Commission. The five-member panel “gathered more than 160 statements from 13 focus groups in Maine” in their two years of work. 15 more words


Fleshing Out Ideas

In my free time this past week I’ve been further exploring an idea for a painting that I wrote about in a previous post on Native American legends. 895 more words


Elsipogtog vs. Big Oil: Recounting the Mi'kmaq Warrior Society resistance

With the luxury of 18 months of hindsight, I was able to more fully explore and delve into some of the non-violent tactics used by the resistance to shale gas in New Brunswick in 2013. 2,659 more words


Mi'kmaq leaders gain involvement in Maritime Link project

HALIFAX- A deal signed in Halifax today means Mi’kmaq leaders will have more involvement in a hydroelectric project known as the Maritime Link.

The agreement between energy company Emera and the Assembly of Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq Chiefs will allow them to monitor construction of the sub-sea cable and give Mi’kmaq companies fair and equal access to contracts on the project. 50 more words