We said earlier this week that the provincial government was tone-deaf and condescending in its comments. We hoped that this tone would cause them to choose their words more carefully. We were wrong. We are shocked that on the day of Chantel Moore’s funeral, Premier Higgs did not offer a condolence. Instead, he stood before
On Friday, the Chiefs of the Wolastoqey Nation in New Brunswick issued a call for an independent committee to review systemic bias against Indigenous people in New Brunswick’s policing and criminal justice systems. We are disturbed by the tonedeaf and condescending statement issued in response to our call by the government of the province of
The Chiefs of the Wolastoqey Nation in New Brunswick have issued the following statement in response to the death of Chantel Moore: We express our feelings of condolence, sympathy and solidarity with the family of Chantel Moore, as well as Tla-o-qui-aht and Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council. Moore, an Indigenous woman, was living in the traditional and
For those who may have missed our first information gathering, we will be having an evening session on March 11. Call us at 459-6341 or email at email@example.com to register for this event.
click on link to Hey Everyone Just a reminder the Youth Summit is right around the corner and there is still time to register. https://wolastoqeyyouthsummit2020.eventbrite.ca/register:
Everyday you get our best at Wolastoqey Nation in New Brunswick. We are excited to launch our latest project!! We will be selling merchandise to help support the revitalization of Wolastoqey lands and culture in our communities. We have T-shirts and Hoodies for sale with our WNNB logo and 100% of the profits will go