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AGS Literacy Day: The Power of Reading

With the world literally at our fingertips, we sometimes forget to pick up a book and enjoy what they offer. The...
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Mi’gwite’tm

On his first fishing day, Christopher Wilmot caught one salmon. He picked up his net and then continued his day, fishing for...
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Painting: A healing journey

When your work is displayed around the continent, attracting the attention of famous artists, and selling within 30 seconds of being posted...
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A Positive Campaign

Darcy Gray has been elected Chief of Listuguj Mi’gmaq First Nation following the results of the June 4th election. Six new Councillors have been...
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Striped bass Monitoring Program

GMRC will be implementing a striped bass monitoring programat the start of the salmon fishing season and will run throughout the...
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Episode 1

The first episode of Nujignua'tegeg's month recap video. This episode features Maddie Metallic, AGS Culture Day, Chaleur Terminals, and a...
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Native spirituality gaining interest in Mi’gmaqi

Driving around Listuguj (Busteed area) last week you could see a group of volunteers working the tipi poles, bringing firewood...
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Little gestures to protect Mother Earth

There is a new Ranger in town and his name is Ayden Barnaby.  An Earth Ranger that is. A curious...
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Listuguj mourns death of Chief of Police Henry Vicaire

Listuguj Chief of Police Henry “Hank” Vicaire was rushed to the Campbellton Regional Hospital on Friday the 13th under emergency...
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AGS Science Fair

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Families First prepares Sweat Lodge

“We’re always getting a request to do more culture related programs,” said Christine Metallic, the Cultural Coordinator with Families First....
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Grass fire contained, despite strong winds

Fields are drier in the spring than you may think. The fire on April 30th was proof. A fire began...
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Chaleur Terminals in court May 17th

Chaleur Terminals Inc. and the New Brunswick government will be back in court Monday, May 17th. The previous two dates,...
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The Diamonds and Pearls Mother’s Day Social

The Diamonds and Pearls Mother’s Day Social was held Saturday, May 7th, at the Listuguj Community Development Center (Bingo Hall)....
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Free to buy beer in Listuguj

A recent ruling on cross-border trade allows New Brunswickers to buy beer in Listuguj or Cross-Point without fear of being charged. ...
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Gone Fishing

Boats have already been heading out on the water for the 2016 fishing season. They go for days at a...
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Is the Indian Act against Indians?

Nujignua’tegeg met with Dr. Palmater. Here is an extract of the interview. The full interview will be available on our...
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University opens doors to Mi’gmaq Culture

As part of the many ongoing attempts to incorporate Mi’gmaq and First Nation’s culture, the University of New Brunswick held...
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Is racism a barrier to employment for Mi’gmaq?

Shopping in Campbellton is business as usual until you go to the bakery section at Sobeys and get attended to...
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