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The Hon. Jake Stewart, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs, joined Wolastoqey Elders and Chiefs for a day of ceremony and celebration in Kapskuksisok, Madawaska First Nation.

 

 


Aboriginal Affairs Minister, Jake Stewart stressed the importance of working with First Nation children and youth to address barriers and ensure all children receive appropriate services.

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“Traditional knowledge: Generation, transmission and protection” is the theme of the18th Session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues that took place in New York this past April. Minister of Aboriginal Affairs, Jake Stewart, joined First Nation leaders from New Brunswick and around the world to discuss the growing importance of preserving traditional knowledge.

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New Brunswick athletes joined Aboriginal participants from around the world to compete the 14th edition of the Kali’na games in nine sporting events reflective of traditional Kali'na practices: running, climbing coconut palm, harpoon shooting, canoe lifts, canoe race, tug of war, archery, devil's game and relay charge transfer.

The Kali’na games offers participants an opportunity to learn about Aboriginal cultures from other parts of the world, and at the same time, instills a sense of community and team work.

Congratulations to the New Brunswick delegation for a job well done.