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The Fruit of the Spirit (MI'KMAQ: Bible NT)

MI’KMAQ: Bible NT

Galatians (Galetiaewaq) 5:22-23

22 Gatu awna ta’n tujiw Wejuli Nisgam ilgwenugsioq ‘gmimajuaqanmual, gisa’lugsitoqs’p ‘gsalanew igtigig, ulgwijultitoqs’p aq wantaqo’ti gugunmnew ‘ggamlamunuaq. Gisa’lugsitoqs’p sangewo’ltinew aq wantaqamigsultinew aq ‘ms’t wen ule’wanew aq mimajuinu’g gis lita’sualultaq. 22 more words

Bible

Best-selling author Afua Cooper appointed as Halifax's new poet laureate

Halifax’s new poet laureate says everybody has a tale to tell, and for the next two years the accomplished scholar, author and social justice advocate says she’ll work to uncover residents’ untold stories. 550 more words

Canada

N.S. commits $3.5M to bid to host 2020 Indigenous Games in Halifax

The Nova Scotia government is committing $3.5 million in support of a bid to attract the 2020 North American Indigenous Games to Halifax.

The Mi’kmaq Sport Council of Nova Scotia is behind the effort to host the games, which include more than 5,000 Indigenous participants in 15 events. 116 more words

Politics

"One could not exist without the other": A Review of Peter J. Clair's Taapoategl & Pallet

Peter J. Clair’s Taapoategl & Pallet was published in the fall of last year by Chapel Street Editions out of Woodstock, New Brunswick, and it was recently named a finalist for a… 1,339 more words

Readings

Ottawa announces $828 million for N.S. infrastructure projects

Nova Scotia has signed an agreement with Ottawa that will see it get $828 million in infrastructure funding over the next 10 years.

The province is the seventh province or territory to sign on to the $180-billion, 12-year Investing in Canada Plan. 217 more words

Politics

Community, Friendships Celebrated at Micmac Spring Bear Feast

In the mid-afternoon hours on Saturday, three days before the official start of spring, 21 friends both old and new sat in a circle inside the council chambers of the Aroostook Band of Micmacs Cultural Community Education Center in Presque Isle. 205 more words

Awikhiganal

'Decolonizing Another Campus'

The structural racism that segregated aboriginals in the 1867 BNA Act continues to be practiced by Canadian institutions – and they still think that ‘It’s for their own good’. 1,618 more words

Suicide Of Western Civilization