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Archive for March 2022

Traditional Smoked Fish on Grand Manan with Sharon Greenlaw

Sharon Greenlaw, a descendant of Passamaquoddy ancestors, a student of Passamaquoddy history, talks about the traditional smoked fish that Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick was known for. The island today is left with restored smokehouses used in the 1900s to line and smoke fish. Thumbnail photo from Tides Institute & Museum of Art “Stringing Herring…

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Indigenous women entrepreneurs celebrate culture through commerce in Alberta

‘It’s about allowing people the opportunity to get a glimpse of who we are’ By Clare Bonnyman | CBC News For Mallory Yawnghwe, this is a big moment for Indigenous business. “We are at the very beginning of creating a movement that is going to bring good fortune to our communities, to really celebrate Indigenous…

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