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Sunrise Ceremony, Mon Sept 26

Inviting all our supporters to join us for the end of the four day sacred fire. Sunrise ceremony, Monday September 26th, will mark the 4th day and 4th night of our calling on our ancestors to lead us in stopping Alton gas. 52 more words


Saturday September 24 at the Treaty Truck House

Trevor Chenier created a sign for the Treaty Truck House out of a piece of driftwood his son found on the Bay of Fundy.  Railings were also added to the stairs going up and down the dyke so people can more easily get to the site. 74 more words


Calling our ancestors to Sacred Fire at the Treaty Truck House

Thursday September 22 to Monday September 26

691 Riverside Road, Fort Ellis, Nova Scotia

The NS and Mikmaq communities against Alton gas invite all to join us for four days of sacred fire, sharing and food to mark the tides turning on Alton gas and bringing in the Fall Equinox. 155 more words


The Armor of God (MI'KMAQ: Bible NT)


Ephesians (Epesusewaq) 6:10-18

10 Na nige’ ugtejgewei ta’n weji wi’gmuloq. Etna na ula. ‘Gml’gigno’timuoq amujpa na wejiaq Gjisaqamawigtug. Mawignaq ugml’gigno’tim ‘gtinnewaq eig, gilew ta’n getlams’tuoq, gatu amujpa ignmu ugml’gigno’timg wet sapu tl lugwet gi’leg. 383 more words


Touring Cape Breton, Nova Scotia

After teaching two demanding upper level summer courses, I set off with my husband and a friend for Nash Creek, New Brunswick, where we stayed in a huge farm house of about twenty rooms built in 1930 that had been converted into a B&B but is no longer in operation. 581 more words


Mi'kmaq communities join forces in defence of the Bay of Fundy

About 30 people from various Mi’kmaq Nations marched onto Fisheries Minister Dominic LeBlanc’s Shediac office to urge him to designate the Bay of Fundy and 28 rivers and streams as “critical habitat” for inner Bay of Fundy salmon, an endangered species. 277 more words