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Culture, history, traditions, practices and language have always been central to the Epekwitnewaq Mi’kmaq story and help shape our identity. L’nuey’s new culture campaign shines a light on our past ways, highlights current contributions, and looks towards the future. Learn More


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Kwe' PEI Mi'kmaq community members, You are invited to join us for information sessions to hear about the negotiations currently underway for an agreement with Parks Canada to cooperatively manage natural heritage places administered by Parks Canada. We are hosting three sessions next week: Tuesday, August 16 - 2:00 - 3:30pm Lennox Island First Nation (John J Sark Cafeteria) Tuesday, August 16 - 5:30 - 7:00pm The Loyalist (Summerside) Thursday, August 18 - 2:00 - 3:30pm Abegweit First Nation Band Office (Community Room) There will

National Indigenous Peoples Day - With Julie Pellisier-Lush - Juku'e

In this episode, Juku’e host Sean Doke speaks with Knowledge Keeper and Epekwitk’s (PEI's) first ever Indigenous Poet Laureate Julie Pellisier-Lush, to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day by recognizing some of the Mi'kmaq cultural initiatives that have been happening across the Island. They discuss what it means to be Mi'kmaq, how the theatre company Mi'kmaq Legends came to be, how it feels to be the first Indigenous poet laureate, and what it means to be a knowledge keeper for L'nuey and the Epekwitnewaq Mi'kmaq communities. --- Send in a voice message:

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