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The Wolastoqey Nation in New Brunswick provides technical advice to Wolastoqey Communities and the support to ensure that the constitutional duty to consult owed to the Wolastoqey is being met and Wolastoqey Aboriginal and Treaty Rights are being recognized and implemented.

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The Wolastoqey Nation in New Brunswick provides technical advice to Wolastoqey Communities on projects that have the potential to impact Wolastoqey rights on any of the following topics, and more:

FISHING RIGHTS

TIMBER HARVESTING

CROWN LANDS

ARCHAEOLOGY

LEGISLATIVE AND POLICY REVIEWS

LAND AND RESOURCE USE STUDIES

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENTS

CANADA NATURE FUND

Meet the
six chiefs

of the

WOLASTOQEY NATION

Chief Ross Perley

Tobique First Nation

Chief Patricia Bernard

Madawaska First Nation

Chief Gabriel Atwin

Kingsclear First Nation

Chief Shelley Sabattis

Oromocto First Nation

Chief Tim Paul

Woodstock First Nation

Chief Alan Polchies

St. Mary’s First Nation

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Throughout the week of September 26th, the Wolastoqey Nation in New Brunswick and Wolastoqey Tribal Council Inc. will be hosting a series of events to increase awareness and commemorate the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and the history and legacy of residential schools. All events are open to the public and we invite all New Brunswickers to join us. ... See MoreSee Less
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Throughout the week of September 26th, the Wolastoqey Nation in New Brunswick and Wolastoqey Tribal Council Inc. will be hosting a series of events to increase awareness and commemorate the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and the history and legacy of residential schools. All events are open to the public and we invite all New Brunswickers to join us. Monday morning we will begin with a Sacred Fire at the Maqiyahtimok Centre (247 Maliseet Drive, St. Mary’s First Nations) from 9-5. The Sacred Fire will run Monday-Thursday from 9-5. Monday evening there will be a session on Decolonizing Trauma Indigenous Youth Circle with Stephanie Francis for youth aged 16-30 from 6-8pm at the Maqiyahtimok Centre. A full agenda for the week of September 26th will be released on Monday. ... See MoreSee Less
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