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Assembly of Mi’kmaq Chiefs ‘extremely concerned’ with mud spill off N.S. coast

The Assembly of Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq Chiefs is calling for an investigation and more transparency from British Petroleum Canada after 136,000 litres of drilling fluid — also known as “drilling mud” — spilled off the coast near Halifax. 378 more words

Canada

N.S. government unveils Mi'kmaq licence plate in Truro

The Nova Scotia government has unveiled a new Mi’kmaq licence plate, the latest cultural group in the province to receive its own plate.

The licence plate, unveiled Friday in Truro, N.S., features a Mi’kmaq petroglyph and bears the phrase “Mi’kma’ki Land of the Mi’kmaq.” 203 more words

Politics

Mi'kmaw Native Friendship Centre posts updated images of new centre

We have a better idea of what the new Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre will look like after the organization posted renderings on their Facebook page Thursday… 240 more words

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615. Sunday 20th May 2018. Rain! Cabot trail to Pleasant Bay and on to Port Hood...

Sunday 20th May

Woke around 6am to a heavy overcast and horror of horrors, it was raining. The rain was heavy at times. Today was planned as a long travelling day so we needed to get on the road early. 1,099 more words

613. Friday 18th May 2018. Sunnyside to Wood Island then by ferry to Pictou and New Glasgow in Nova Scotia...

THIS IS A SHORT POST OF ONLY ONE DAY. INSTEAD IT HAS LOTS OF PHOTOS.

Friday 18th May

We were on our way almost exactly on time. 1,413 more words

Rebuttals of the Week #24: A 'progressive' argument: "Just 'give up' and tell me I'm right!"

Want to see how ‘progressives’ reason and debate? Want to see what happens when their absolute certainty about the universal truth and righteousness of the generic concepts they parrot is challenged with basic logic? 574 more words

Social Justice Warrior And Political Correctness

Mi'kmaq artist Jordan Bennett awarded public art bid for Dartmouth Sportsplex

Award-winning Mi’kmaq artist Jordan Bennett has been chosen to create a public art project for the newly-renovated Dartmouth Sportsplex.

Bennett, who is from Newfoundland but is moving to the Halifax area shortly, will be installing the pieces in time for the Sportsplex’s grand re-opening in January 2019. 263 more words

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