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Treaty Day & Mi'kmaq History month in Nova Scotia
October 1 was proclaimed Treaty Day by Grand Chief Donald Marshall Sr. in 1986, to commemorate the Treaty of Friendship and Peace between the Mi'kmaq Nation and the British Crown, signed in 1752, and reaffirmed by the Supreme Court of Canada in 1985.
Treaty Day marks the beginning of Mi'kmaq History month in Nova Scotia. Dalhousie's Human Rights and Equity Services webpage will be providing updated information on community events throughout the month.
- Mi'kmaw‑Led Conservation Webinar Series ‑ Thurs March 25 at 6 pm
- FishWIKS team members Lydia Ross and Lucia Fanning publish paper on informed management decision‑making
- FishWIKS team member Nicole LaTulippe co‑authors paper on need to make way for Indigenous research leadership
- FishWIKS IDPhD student Mirjam Held publishes paper in International Journal of Qualitative Methods on challenges of carrying out decolonising research in Nunavut
- FishWIKS research provides insights into fishing dispute
- FishWIKS' Shelley Denny writes piece on Mi'kmaw livelihood fishery for Chronicle Herald
- Treaty Day & Mi'kmaq History month in Nova Scotia
- Dalhousie recognises National Indigenous History Month