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

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One is Ne’wt, for one bear. Two is Ta’pu, for two women at the sacred

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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
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
“If we compare him with the other explorers and founders of that age he stands
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
Marion Robertson was born in Massachusetts and grew up in Barrington, Nova Scotia. She is

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Matthew loves to play games with his friends and share his toys with them. But
For hundreds of years, Inuit of northern Labrador employed their ingenuity, courage, and deep sense

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Written for young people, this small book illustrated by Kathy Kaulbach is a perfect way

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Winner of APMA Best Atlantic-Published Book Award Winner of PEI Book Award for Non-fictionThis lavishly-illustrated book tells
Traditional child-raising practices recognize that you begin to raise a child from the moment you