January 26, 2022

Mi’kmaw community hopes to stop modern-day gold rush on their traditional hunting lands

A Mi’kmaw community in Nova Scotia hopes to stop a modern-day gold rush on their traditional hunting lands. Millbrook First Nation Chief Bob Gloade fears the new proposed gold mine will disrupt hunting practices and says treaty rights are not for sale.

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