The three youth are believed to be driving a blue 2007 Pontiac Montana van
Warrior chief in New Brunswick puts up road block to stop drugs from entering community
APTN National News Mi’kmaq from Elsipogtog are raising money to pursue Aboriginal title in New…
(Above: The drinking water reservoir for Potlotek First Nation in Nova Scotia.) Trina Roache APTN National…
A Mi’kmaq First Nation is hoping there’s a move to end years of corruption and nepotism.
About 40 supporters crowded into a Moncton courtroom Thursday to learn the fate of two Mi’kmaq warriors on gun-related charges laid against them during last October’s anti-fracking protest in New Brunswick.
A group opposed to fracking in New Brunswick made a three-day trek to make a point.
The Mi’kmaq who battled against a Houston-owned company conducting shale gas exploration in New Brunswick were not protestors, but “protectors,” said Assembly of First Nation National Chief Shawn Atleo.
Elsipogtog First Nation community member Marie Simon said she blacked out in the back of the RCMP paddy wagon just before her epileptic seizure.