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Orange Shirt day September 30th
The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq supports Orange Shirt Day, September 30, 2016! Orange Shirt Day is a national movement recognizing the experience of survivors of Indian residential schools, honoring them, and showing a collective commitment to ensure that every child matters. CMM staff competed in a coloring page contest this year and the winning submission […]
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Holiday Shut Down 2018
Our offices will be closed from December 14th to January 2nd for our Holiday Shut-down. We look forward to seeing you in the new year!
Orange Shirt Day September 30, 2019
Orange Shirt Day, Monday September 30, 2019 opens the door to global conversation on all aspects of Residential Schools. It is an opportunity to create meaningful discussion about the effects of Residential Schools and the legacy they have left behind.
Energy Conservation: Myths and FactsOctober 21, 2022
October 21, 2022 by Tammy Proulx, Energy Project Coordinator Being energy efficient can seem straightforward, but there may be a better way for you to conserve energy and save money on your next power bill. Check out the list below on what energy professionals consider myths or facts. Myth: It’s more efficient to leave a […]
Media Release – Organizational Change in the Office of Executive DirectorOctober 12, 2022
The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq’s (The CMM) Office of the Executive Director has implemented an organizational change. The CMM is proud to announce that Angie Gillis, BA, LLB, has been named Executive Director, and Dr. Donald M. Julien, C.M., O.N.S., DCL, DHumL, has been named Director Emeritus. To see full media release visit: Media […]
Diabetes Community Champions – ADI Photo/Video Project 2022September 15, 2022
Throughout the pandemic, our Diabetes Community Consultant who works within the Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative (ADI) here at The CMM has been working closely with Filet Production Services, Eastern Woodland Print Services and April Maloney (Grass Fire Productions) to highlight nine community members who are committed to living healthy lifestyles to prevent, manage and live with […]
Energy Efficiency and Conservation, Doing More While Using LessSeptember 13, 2022
September 8, 2022 by Tammy Proulx, Energy Project Coordinator Creating an energy efficient home is not a change you make overnight. It is a series of small changes you can make every day, in every part of your home. Energy efficiency means getting the most out of each unit of energy that you purchase while […]
Dr. Donald Julien Receives Platinum Jubliee MedalAugust 16, 2022
The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq’s Executive Director Dr. Donald Julien was officially given his Platinum Jubilee Medal at a ceremony hosted by the Lieutenant Governor on Thursday, August 4, at the Westin Hotel. Congratulations Dr. Julien for your lifetime of service of more than 50 years to our Mi’kmaw Nation. You are an inspirational […]
Bridging the Gap – Energy Efficiency WorkshopJuly 6, 2022
The CMM, Ecology Action Centre, and Efficiency One are partnering up to host the Bridging the Gaps Workshops and Greener Job Fairs throughout Mi’kmaw communities in Nova Scotia from August 15-26, 2022. In these workshops, we will explore how you and your family can use less energy in order to lower your costs and reduce […]
Request for Proposals – Indigenous Marine Services Initiative: At-sea Observation and Dockside Monitoring Venture (Phase 2)June 24, 2022
The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq – REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS IMSI PHASE 2 PROPOSALS Proposal Deadline: July 4, 2022 The CMM is inquiring into how an Indigenous marine services venture can be created to address the needs related to monitoring, such as dockside monitoring and at-sea observations. The purpose of this contract will be to prepare […]
Request for Proposals – Market Feasibility Business Study – Annapolis Valley First Nation Highway DevelopmentMay 10, 2022
Annapolis Valley First Nation (AVFN) is calling for proposals for professional services with the specialized experience and knowledge to prepare a Market Feasibility Study for the purpose of determining short, medium and long term economic opportunities and associated infrastructure requirements to support the development at the proposed Highway 101 Cambridge Interchange. Please see the PDF […]