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The Wolastoqey Nation in New Brunswick (WNNB) is a not-for-profit organization that represents the six Wolastoqey Communities in New Brunswick to coordinate and provide technical support and advice on matters that relate to Wolastoqey constitutionally protected Aboriginal and Treaty Rights.
With a heavy heart, the Wolastoqey chiefs ask for any leads on the disappearance of Erin Brooks of St. Mary's First Nation, who has been missing for over 30 days. Our thoughts are with the Brooks family at this time as the announcement that foul play has been suspected
The six Wolastoqey communities in New Brunswick today filed a new version of their title claim in New Brunswick’s Court of Queen’s Bench, focusing on major industrial corporations that occupy its traditional lands.
For the last 17 months, we have been clear that an Indigenous-led independent inquiry is needed to review systemic racism against Indigenous people in New Brunswick. We stand firm in this position.
The six chiefs of the Wolastoqey Nation are dismayed by Monday’s Telegraph-Journal editorial, which clearly aligns the Irving-owned newspaper with the Higgs government’s misguided attacks.
We are deeply disappointed by the Government of New Brunswick’s (GNB) new policy on territorial land acknowledgment.