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Cheryl Maloney to speak on history of Mi'kmaq peoples in relation to water and land
Cheryl Maloney will speak on the history of the Mi'kmaq peoples in relation to the water and land in Mi'kma'ki, at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, on Tuesday, January 14 at 7:00 pm.
For more information visit the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic website.
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