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Alex is attending her first Mi’kmaw spiritual gathering, or mawiomi. Though she is timid at

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First published (1939), as Leçons grammaticales théoriques et pratiques de la langue micmaque of Rev.
Students who study business in university are not likely to hear about or discuss examples
The Mi’kmaq lived in Canada long before the country even got its name. Before Europeans
When New Brunswick became its own colony in 1784, the government concluded several peace treaties
Mi’kmaw artist Alan Syliboy’s The Thundermaker is based on Alan’s spectacular mixed-media exhibit of the
The Mi’kmaq people have been living in what is now Atlantic Canada for two thousand
In Indian School Road, journalist Chris Benjamin tackles the controversial and tragic history of the
Ninen na Mi’kma’ji’jk, a CD of Mi’kmaw rhymes and songs, will delight young children. The
In Stories from the Six Worlds, it is their stories, passed down by word of
“If we compare him with the other explorers and founders of that age he stands
In this delightful book, Laurie Lacey’s reflections on the magical world of plant life and
Medicine Walk explores the benefits of “special places,” and includes notes and exercises as aids
These six Mi’kmaq stories are great tales, brilliantly retold by Ruth Whitehead. They have their

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Weska’qelmut Apje’juanu is the Mi’kmaq language translation of Kisses Kisses Baby-O! Kisses Kisses Baby-O! is