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Mi'kmaq Legends Cast and Crew 2014


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Riley Bernard


Dion Bernard



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Here you will find photos and videos of Mi'kmaq Confederacy Events, Projects, and Interesting things about Mi'kmaq history and culture.


Sarah Ballum


Sarah grew up in Summerside and graduated from Three Oaks Senior High. She completed a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Dalhousie University and a Bachelor of Social Work from Lakehead University. Sarah began her career as a Child Protection Social Worker before attending the University of Toronto to complete a Masters of Social Work with specialization in Working with Children and their Families. She has also completed training specific to play based therapy.

Craig MacDougall


Craig was born in Guelph, Ontario but grew up in Halifax, Nova Scotia.  He graduated with his Bachelor’s of Recreation Degree from Dalhousie University in 1992.  After working for a few years, Craig returned to get his Associate in Education Degree from the Nova Scotia Teachers College majoring in Physical Education in 1996. 

Stacey Bishop

Stacey is the mother of three children. Born and raised in Rural PEI she understands the benefits and challenges that are faced by people who live in Rural PEI which she feels will be an asset to the families that she will be working with as a Family Support Worker.

Stacey has a certificate in the Human Services Program, from Holland Collage. While enrolled in the arts Program at UPEI Stacey also received credits in Sociology and Psychology courses.

Traditional Ancestral Homelands of the Mi’kmaq

 The Traditional Ancestral Homelands of the Mi’kmaq People includes all of Prince Edward Island. In Mi’kmaq, Prince Edward Island is known as Epekwitk (pronounced E – PE - KWIT). Approximately 1,740 Mi’kmaq Aboriginal people continue to live on PEI.