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50 Young People selected to participate!!

MCPEI has partnered with Canada WorldYouth to hold a national symposium for Aboriginal young people ages 18 - 29.

50 young people representing every province and territory (with the exception of NFLD) have been selected to participate in Aboriginal Youth & Confederation: Learning from the Past & Building for the Future.

Aboriginal and Treaty Rights

In 1982, the first Ministers of Canada affirmed and recognized Aboriginal and Treaty rights, now entrenched within the Constitution.

In 1985, the Supreme Court of Canada confirmed that the Treaty of 1752 is an existing treaty and protected under the Constitution. The courts also acknowledged that an Indian treaty is sui generis (unique).

Brochure

 

For Brochure in ENGLISH CLICK HERE

 

 

Climate Change Project

 

Adapting the PEI First Nations’ Coastal Residences, Infrastructure and Heritage to a Changing Climate on Prince Edward Island

Figure 1 - Armour Rock being placed on Lennox Island Causeway, March, 2013

 

 

Mi'kmaq History

 

01 Oct 2015

 

Celebrate Mi'kmaq History Month with us!

 

CLICK on POSTER for more information on the Wapna'kikewaq, People of the Dawn

 

Staff Photos

 

Betty's Super-Clean office!! -- 16 May 2013

 

Ovide Mecredi Luncheon -- 24 June 2013