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Prohibition - Prince Edward Island

For those who don`t know, Prince Edward Island is located in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, have two urban areas, and was named for Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn (1767–1820), the fourth son of King George III and the father of Queen Victoria. 197 more words


Mi'kmaw Quillwork

The history of Aboriginal art in North America dates back as far as 80,000 years ago, the time of the last Ice Age. One art form the Mi’kmaq First Nation mastered was quillwork. 198 more words

Age Of Discovery

Mathieu Da Costa

Black Canadians have played an invaluable role in the founding of our nation, as far back as the first European contact during the Age of Discovery. 270 more words

Age Of Discovery

Cacamo: A Mi'kmaw Delicacy

In pre-contact times, the Mi’kmaq people had an exceptionally healthy diet. They were able to secure an abundant and dependable food supply by following the seasonal migration patterns of fish, game, and fowl. 261 more words


What's in a name?

“No regime bent on exterminating another peoples will describe their intent in so many words, since such intent is imbedded in the very operation of the system of extermination. 821 more words


Military historian urges caution in Halifax's debate over Cornwallis name removal

Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil says he expects an upcoming Halifax council debate about whether municipal landmarks should bear Edward Cornwallis’s name to have wider implications. 528 more words


Nicole Lapierre - Featured Artist

When I first started tea&bannock, I knew I wanted some East Coast representation happening. My only problem was getting the word out and finding someone who wanted to participate, on some level, with us. 1,873 more words