This video illustrates the commitment from the Mi’kmaq community and the province of Nova Scotia to teach Treaty Education in all classrooms, grades and schools, the general public and public service across Nova Scotia.

Treaty Education refers to the process of creating a greater understanding of the Mi’kmaq, of inherent Aboriginal rights; recognition of the Peace and Friendship treaties as historical and living agreements; continuing the relationships between Mi’kmaq and all peoples of Nova Scotia.

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We are all Treaty People
Thank you to everyone who joined us tonight for the premier of our feature video, “We are all Treaty People”. We also want to thank members of our Speakers Bureau for their contributions of time and knowledge in the making of this video and to Jeff Fish and Catherine Brown of FPS (Filet Production Services Inc.) for helping us tell our story.We are please to introduce the video for all our online viewers. “We are all Treaty People” illustrates the commitment from the Mi’kmaw community and the province of Nova Scotia to teach Treaty Education in all classrooms, grades and schools, the general public and public service across Nova Scotia. Treaty Education refers to the process of creating a greater understanding of the Mi’kmaq, of inherent Aboriginal rights; recognition of the Peace and Friendship treaties as historical and living agreements; continuing the relationships between Mi’kmaq and all peoples of Nova Scotia.Enjoy!
Posted by Treaty Education Nova Scotia on Thursday, October 18, 2018

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