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Archive for January 2022

Justin Sappier: What it means to be a traditional wood carver

Justin Sappier is a Peskotomuhkati-Wolastoqey Traditional wood carver. He specializes in the creation of carving large scale masks made of solid wood using all hand traditional techniques. He strives to spread the knowledge his ancestors have taught him to generations to keep his traditions and culture for years and decades to comes. Visit our YouTube…

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Lita O’Halloran: Water Quality and Conservation

Lita O’Halloran is the Biologist and Conservation Manager and the Coastal Restoration Fund Co-Coordinator, focusing on water quality for Peskotomuhkati Nation at Skutik in New Brunswick, Canada. Lita talks with Allan Bonner on her findings and research in the quality of the water along Passamaquoddy territory, the impacts dams have on fish populations and fish…

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Agreement reached on Indigenous child welfare compensation

By Philip Ling | CBC News Details expected to be announced on Tuesday, sources tell CBC News A compensation agreement has been reached and signed off by all parties to settle a long-standing dispute over the Indigenous child welfare system, CBC News has learned. Sources close to the negotiations told CBC News the agreement was…

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