On a bright sunny day, battling a swarm of black flies, six Indigenous women met 19 kilometres north of Fredericton to begin potting the three sisters plants… Read more “Wolastoqiyik communities will get three sisters plants in a bag to reintroduce traditional food”
Lured by love of ice fishing, Inuk man learns Mi’kmaq techniques in N.B.
Venturing out onto New Brunswick’s Richbuctou River, Jordan Takkriuq and his friends were ready to learn how the Mi’kmaq ice fish. Takkriuq is Inuk from Gjoa Haven,… Read more “Lured by love of ice fishing, Inuk man learns Mi’kmaq techniques in N.B.”
Mi’kmaw grandmothers share culture
A group of Mi’kmaw grandmothers is sharing its cultural knowledge and traditional stories in Membertou First Nation this week in hopes of preserving them before they’re lost.… Read more “Mi’kmaw grandmothers share culture”
Mi’kmaq Funeral rites
My work at The Walrus revolves around researching and fact checking stories. That means highlighting facts and double sourcing them. For “The End: How We Die Now,”… Read more “Mi’kmaq Funeral rites”