St. George’s Indian Band Mi’kmaq Blog
Discover the latest News, Articles, and published Books from St. George’s Indian Band
The St. George’s Indian Band is a non-profit Mi’kmaq organization established in 1972 and affiliated with the Federation of Newfoundland Indians in 1989.
News | The St. George's Indian Band has 1 student job under the Federal Government Canada Summer Jobs Program (35 hours a week for 7 weeks).
News | The St. George's Indian Band / Ktaqmkuk Mi'kmaq Museum will be hiring 2 Aboriginal students, with priority given to registered members of the Qalipu Mi'kmaq First Nation Band.
News | Each year the St. George’s Indian Band sponsors an academic scholarship. This scholarship is open to Level Three students who are members of the St. George’s Indian Band.
News | Congratulations to Marlene Farrell on her new position as Acting Chief, St. George’s Indian Band!
Book | Written by Melvin and Karen White, chronicles the stories of 115 (mostly Mi’kmaq) soldiers on the 100th anniversary of WWI
Stories | The land of the Wabanaki, the land nearest to the sunrise, comprises the area along the Atlantic seaboard inhabited by numerous Indian tribes including the Micmacs, Malecites, Penobscots and Passamaquoddies.
News | December 1, 2007 — Stephen Harper made the first prime minister’s visit to this west coast community to announce an agreement in principle with the Federation of Newfoundland Indians.