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I am going to be writing about some new Mi’kmaq issues that I have researched in a few articles; starting with Mi’kmaq fast continues. 500 more words


Alton Gas: Elnu Abenaki Support for Sipekne'katik, Mi'kmaki

Elnu Tribe of Abenaki has confirmed its support for the Mi’maki community at Sipekne’katik on the Shubenacadie River in Nova Scotia, as they stand in solidarity against the Alton Gas salt cavern storage project. 31 more words


Big pack of Mi'kmaq

Mi’kmaq is a group of Natives that are located in Quebec, Canada and I believe are in the subarctic cultural area. Their current issue at the moment is the… 340 more words


The Alton Gas Project: An Analysis

Solidarity Halifax

by Jake Hubley

March 31, 2016

Eight years ago, Alton Gas – a subsidiary company of Alberta-based AltaGas ltd. – applied to the Nova Scotia government with a proposed project that would allow natural gas to be stored in underground salt caverns near the Shubenacadie River, in Alton, N.S. 4,171 more words

Treaty Truck House Against Alton Gas, Mi'kmaki

Alton Natural Gas Storage Limited is  developing a huge storage site for hydrocarbons (natural gas and others) in Brentwood, Colchester County, Nova Scotia.  They will use water from the Shubenacadie River to flush out underground salt deposits. 195 more words


Maine Senators Collins, King Announce Grant for Wabanaki Women’s Coalition

U.S. Senators Susan Collins and Angus King announced today that the Wabanaki Women’s Coalition received a total of $336,976 from the Tribal Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Coalitions Program, which is funded by the U.S. 12 more words