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Welcome to Natoaganeg

The Eel Ground First Nation (Natoaganeg) is a Mi’kmaq community with a population of approximately 1094 members located on the Miramichi River in northern New Brunswick, Canada. It is comprised of three reserves, including Eel Ground #2, Big Hole Tract #8, and Renous #12.

The community has a rich history and culture, with roots dating back thousands of years. The Mi'kmaq people have a deep connection to the land and water, and our way of life is centered around traditional practices such as hunting, fishing, and gathering for feasts and celebrations.

Today, the Natoaganeg First Nation is a thriving community, with a strong sense of identity and a commitment to their cultural traditions. The community is actively engaged in economic development, education, health, and social services, and is dedicated to building a bright future for their people

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Today, February 28, 2024 is pink shirt day. This year, we emphasize a focus to “Lift Each Other Up.” By building positive relationships with our peers, we can foster safe and caring school communities that support and uplift those who have been impacted by bullying.

Be kind every day. 🌸
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Today, February 28, 2024 is pink shirt day. This year, we emphasize a focus to “Lift Each Other Up.” By building positive relationships with our peers, we can foster safe and caring school communities that support and uplift those who have been impacted by bullying.

Be kind every day. 🌸

In collaboration with the Kmawhusatipon- Togi Pematioog – Moving Forward Side-by-Side (KTMF) First Nation cancer initiative, the Canadian Cancer Society is recruiting an individual for a First Nations Commercial Tobacco Cessation Project Lead.

This is a hybrid position located in New Brunswick.

To apply please follow the link: workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=7da0a9eb-c7f2-490d-a0f7-...
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In collaboration with the Kmawhusatipon- Togi Pematioog – Moving Forward  Side-by-Side (KTMF) First Nation cancer initiative, the Canadian Cancer Society is recruiting an individual for a First Nations Commercial Tobacco Cessation Project Lead. 

This is a hybrid position located in New Brunswick. 

To apply please follow the link: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=7da0a9eb-c7f2-490d-a0f7-779c58f6fd8b&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=518011&lang=en_CAImage attachmentImage attachment

Sign up for the Fabrication Camp happening this March break for a week of creativity as you learn how to mix cultural and digital fabrication technologies!
Open to Indigenous youth between the ages of 10-16. Limited spots are available!

Date: March 4-8, 2024
Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location: 435 Brookside Drive, Unit 36 Fredericton, NB E3A 8V4
*Lunch and snacks will be provided.

To register email Gage Perley at gage.perley@jedinb.ca or call (506) 230-2248.
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Sign up for the Fabrication Camp happening this March break for a week of creativity as you learn how to mix cultural and digital fabrication technologies!
Open to Indigenous youth between the ages of 10-16. Limited spots are available!

Date: March 4-8, 2024
Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location: 435 Brookside Drive, Unit 36 Fredericton, NB E3A 8V4
*Lunch and snacks will be provided.

To register email Gage Perley at gage.perley@jedinb.ca or call (506) 230-2248.