On Aug. 4, the Ha’wiih issued fishers with licences. They will harvest according to allocations from their own fisheries plans.
“It’s our right. That’s what we agreed to 300 years ago,” says Matt Cope from Nova Scotia
U.N. committee demands Canada respond to allegations it failed to protect Mi’kmaw fishers from racism, violence
A United Nations committee on racial discrimination is asking the federal government to respond to…
At Saulnierville wharf, a red shipping container has become a fight for treaty rights.
‘That’s an opportunity that I don’t think enough people are talking about,’ according to Jaime Battiste. He says other options remain on the table
‘We’re going to establish our own fishery’: Sipekne’katik First Nation rejects DFO moderate livelihood plan
The Sipekne’katik First Nation is rejecting an edict from the Department of Fisheries and Oceans…
‘They sat on their hands, and somebody could have been killed,’ says Gord Johns
‘Maybe the joke is on us for expecting anything different,’ says Sipekne’katik Chief Mike Sack
Records reveal feds were more concerned about policing Mi’kmaw fishery than protests aimed at it.