News & MEDIA
As an organization dedicated to supporting an empowered Mi’kmaq and Indigenous community in the journey towards self-determination, we wanted to create a brand that was equally empowering and future focused. Based on our new strategic plan, our identity is built...
The Mi’kmaq Confederacy of PEI’s Indigenous Justice Program, in partnership with the Province of Prince Edward Island, is thrilled to announce a historical milestone marking the inclusion of Eagle feathers in the Court of Appeal, Provincial, and Supreme Court of...
Jorja Desjardins, Keegan MacDougall, and Ashlyn Meisner of Summerside won five medals on the first day of swimming competitions at the 2023 North American Indigenous Games. Jorja Desjardins was the first Team PEI athlete to reach the podium, with a bronze medal in the...
The grand opening of a shop in downtown Charlottetown marks a significant opportunity for cultural celebrations, connections, and important conversations amongst locals and visitors alike. Located at 111 Grafton St, the new store will showcase the artwork of local...
Alexis Jadis of Abegweit First Nation will be Team PEI's flagbearer for the Opening Ceremony of the 2023 North American Indigenous Games at Scotiabank Centre in Kjipuktuk (Halifax) on Sunday, July 16 at 7:30 p.m. "It is truly an honour to be selected out of all the...
The PEI Aboriginal Sport Circle is pleased to announce the athletes and team volunteers who will represent Epekwitk at the 2023 North American Indigenous Games in Kjipuktuk (Halifax) from July 15-23, 2023.The North American Indigenous Games is an international...
Indigenous Voices In the news
The Mi’kmaq Confederacy of PEI recognizes the significance of sharing Indigenous stories, voices, and narratives in the news. By bringing Indigenous stories to the forefront, we can amplify the voices that have been underrepresented and misrepresented for far too long.
Wela’lioq (thank you) to our dedicated media partners who have played a role in amplifying Indigenous voices and stories. Together, we can help create a more inclusive, informed, and equitable world where Indigenous voices are heard and valued.
In The News
PEI Athlete Wins Nikanus Red Dress Leadership Award
Ulnooweg Indigenous Communities Foundation
P.E.I. sports leaders urged to find ways to bring Indigenous youth into the game
P.E.I. introduces eagle feather into court system
Young P.E.I. athletes get inspiration for next North American Indigenous Games
How Scotchfort's new Abegweit Connects building is bringing communities together
Eagle feathers in court 'open for everyone,' says Lennox Island chief
12-year-old P.E.I. athlete aims for next North American Indigenous Games, inspired by her brother
Indigenous P.E.I. store celebrates official opening