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Fish farm on Cape Breton reserve pairs up with Cooke Aquaculture

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The We’koqma’q First Nation in Cape Breton is partnering with fish farming giant Cooke Aquaculture to help with the sales and marketing of the reserve’s Bras d’Or Lakes steelhead trout. We’koqma’q First Nation Chief Rod Googoo says he’s excited about the partnership with Cooke Aquaculture and hopes the marketing of the steelhead …

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Educational philosophy according dr jose rizal

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In addition to writing workshops, we also offer a special topics honors course in the study of creative writing as well as a course in literary publishing. However, it is highly recommended that students start with Essentials of Creative Writing. He has also served as the assistant track and field …

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Native American Thanksgiving Traditions

Vector brushes collection in boho style. Thanksgiving is an amalgam of different traditions, including ancient harvest festivals, the religious New England Puritan Thanksgiving, the traditional harvest celebrations of England and New England, and changing political and ideological assumptions of Native Americans. As the nation’s oldest, largest, and most representative American …

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Roberta Jamieson

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Roberta Louise Jamieson, OC, Kanyen’kehà:ka (Mohawk) lawyer, ombudsman, Six Nations chief, policy advisor, senior mediator, businesswoman (born in 1953 at Six Nations of the Grand River Territory near Brantford, ON). Jamieson was the first Indigenous woman in Canada to earn a law degree (1976); first non-Parliamentarian appointed to a House …

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