Government of New Brunswick
  • The Eel Ground First Nation is hosting the 2016 New Brunswick Indian Summer Games, which start today until Aug. 1.

  • The following statement was issued today by Service New Brunswick Minister Ed Doherty, who is also minister responsible for aboriginal affairs, on the occasion of National Aboriginal Day, June 21.

  • Nine First Nation communities in New Brunswick will celebrate their culture and heritage with annual powwows in the coming months.

  • Provincial representatives will join Maliseet communities to celebrate Treaty Day on Saturday, June 4.

Congratulations to Chief Sock and Elsipogtog First Nation on their commercial development project announcement

This development will create jobs for First Nations, and be a great economic generator for Kent County.

Child Welfare Review

The Office of the Child and Youth Advocate is performing an independent review of child welfare services in New Brunswick’s 15 First Nations communities.

 

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