An update from NIHB Atlantic – COVID-19 Earlier this week, as a public health measure to minimize the threat of COVID-19, Indigenous Services Canada began providing essential services only to Canadians. The Non-Insured Health Benefits Program is continuing to provide benefits and services while adhering to public health guidance and the advice of health professionals. […]
The Government of Canada is providing direct funding of $14.3 million to the Province of Nova Scotia, under the Canada Nature Fund. The Province of Nova Scotia is developing conservation plans in close collaboration with Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq and other organizations. For the full release:http://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/news/2019/09/canada-makes-investment-in-protecting-nature-across-nova-scotia.html
The Government of Canada is providing direct funding of $14.3 million to the province of Nova Scotia, under the Canada Nature fund. The Province of Nova Scotia is developing conservation plans in close collaboration with Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq and other organizations. To read the whole release https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/news/2019/09/canada-makes-investment-in-protecting-nature-across-nova-scotia.html
Please be advised that the Kejimkujik Youth Camp that was to be taking place on the weekend of September 13-15, 2019 has been CANCELLED. Due to hurricane Dorian, the camp is cancelled for this year, if you have any questions please contact The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq.
Lead by Angie Gillis Associate Executive Director, CMM’s Mi’kmaw Conservation Group is a recipient of nearly 1.2 million dollars over four years, from Fisheries and Oceans Canada’s Coastal Restoration Fund. We are excited to watch this project unwrap and bring opportunities for capacity development to our Mainland Mi’kmaq Communities. To read the full release, click HERE.