Our Offices are currently closed with all staff working remotely in order to stop the spread of COVID-19. Staff are available via cell phone or email, all contact information is available under our “staff” section.
With the hiring of a CFLC Officer at the MCG (November 2012) the MCG is now able to have a representative for member Communities at a number of industry meetings. The CFLC communicates any/all changes to fishery related matters to Fisheries Managers and leaders of MCG’s member Communities. In turn, these individuals are also providing […]
MCG is always happy to be out and about in Communities and looks forward to continuing to attend Community health & job fairs, fishing derbies, educational workshops, opening of facilities and other events. Look for our stories in MMNN and in the MCG quarterly newsletters on our website. You can also follow us on Facebook […]
The GIS Technician is responsible for developing and maintaining a GIS database for use in mapping the geographic data in the Bay of Fundy Watershed. This database is of importance to MCG for a number of reasons, however, the primary objective for MCG is to collect as much Aboriginal Traditional Knowledge with respect to sites […]
Mainland Mi’kmaq Development Inc. (MMDI) was incorporated July 9th, 1991 under the Canadian Business Corporation Act. MMDI fosters economic development and business skills amongst Native Peoples. MMDI is pleased to offer commercial fishing gear tagging services to include all Commercial Fishers in Atlantic Canada; Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador. MMDI […]
Today the Bay of Fundy Watershed, which was once so familiar, has changed due to commercial use, population growth, pollution and global warming. The Mi’kmaw Conservation group will endeavor to take on these and other challenges to fulfill their mission… To Promote and Restore the concept of Netukulimk in the Bay of Fundy Watershed. Netukulimk […]
The MCG is developing programs on issues involving species-at-risk and participating in programs such as habitat restoration. Through our programs and services we help to promote Netukulimk – taking what you need today and leaving some for tomorrow – in the Bay of Fundy Watershed. Youth Mentorship/Capacity Building Research […]