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Bio #reclaimasek #cleanboatharbour #nopipe “There’s Something in the water m.youtube.com/watch?v=nKhIYF… ✊🏼Pictou Landing First Nation
Location Fisher's Grant 24, Nova Scotia
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Account created 14-12-2012 11:42:17
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iPhone : There’s an 11 year old little Indigenous girl missing ... and barely a dent in public consumption.💔

NEVAEH ROUNDHEAD has been missing since October 20th from River Heights.

Please contact Winnipeg Police at (204) 986-6250 with any, and all, information.

Instagram : Today’s vibe - The smell of sweet grass filled my car this morning. Drove to pictou, parked on the waterfront... just cause ... #selfcare #mikmaq @ Pictou, Nova Scotia instagram.com/p/CGsGrQhJ4f9F…

iPhone : Oh hello! 🙌🏼Thankful to be a recipient of this scholarship ! Wela’lioq! twitter.com/CandoEDO/statu…

iPhone : Mi’kmaw lobster harvester is pleased with court injunction against hostile protesters

#kukukwesnews, #indigenousnews, #indigenous, #mikmaq, #treatyrights, #indigenousrights, #novascotia, #lobsterfishing

iPhone : Interim injunction issued by NS Supreme Court prohibits blockades, interference & threats against Sipeknekatik fishers. As so often been the case, when govts and police fail us, we take our fight to court...and win. #MikmaqStrong #ModerateLivelihood

iPhone : Today, Tonya Francis performed a water ceremony with community members at Indian cross point where they are removing the pipe. You can see the mill idle in the background. Thank you for the ceremony & prayers Tonya ❤️. #mikmaq #newbeginnings #nopipe

iPhone : Please check in with your Mi’kmaw friends, whether they are in the wharf or watching this unfolded through a screen. This is all so heavy, and we are not okay.

iPhone : Please join me, Dr. David Suzuki, and the women in the film for a screening of "There's Something in The Water", followed by a moderated discussion. Wed. Oct. 21/7 PM AST/Zoom online platform. us02web.zoom.us/webinar/regist…

iPhone : Readers want independent Mi’kmaq journalism as they look for info. Maureen Googoo Maureen Googoo is an award-winning journalist &the founder of Ku'ku'kwes News, an Indigenous news site that covers Atlantic Can. WHO is telling the story matters! Consider supporting Kukukwes News today 💵 twitter.com/CBCNS/status/1…

iPhone : I don’t know who needs to hear this, but for the 1500th time ... The Mi’kmaq people are NOT fishing illegally !! #MikmaqRights #TREATY1752 get it RIGHT!