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Mi'kmaw History Month

Wikewiku's (October - pronounced: we-gay-we-goose) is Mi'kmaw History Month 

 Follow the link below for more informatio, and see the excerpt belowm from that website:

"Kulaman apoqnmua’tita msit wenik Nopa Sko’sia kinu’tmasin aqq nenmn ta’n L’nu’k telo’ltijik aqq wjit aknutmaqnmuew, eltuekip Mi’kmawey Aknutmaqney Mawio’mi ta’n apoqntitaq tel-kina’muemk L’nuey kina’masuti aqq ta’n teliaq koqoey Wikewiku’s.

Ula nasa’timk ewikasik koqoey kisitasik kulaman kisi-se’sa’ten kinua’taqn aqq kina’matnewey L’nuey aknutmaqn aqq ta’n telo’ltimk aqq api’s wjit Ankukamkewey Na’kwek aqq Mi’kmawey Aknutmaqn L’nuk ta’n teli-pkijiaq Wikewiku’s.

Ajipjutmek ewe’wmnew aqq se’sa’tunew ekinua’taqn wjit L’nuey aknutmaqn aqq ta’n telo’ltimk aqq ajipjululek tkweywinen wi’kipatmek L’nuey.


In an effort to assist all Nova Scotians in increasing their knowledge and awareness of Mi’kmaw culture, history and heritage, a Mi’kmaq History Month Committee was established to promote and encourage educational and cultural activities during the month of October.

The Mi’kmaq History Month Committee, lead in the interim by the The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq, draws on the expertise of representatives from the Mi’kmaq Grand Council, Nova Scotia Mi’kmaw communities and organizations, as well as the Federal and Provincial governments.

This website has been developed in order to share information and increase awareness of the Mi’kmaw culture, history and heritage, in particular, Treaty Day and Mi’kmaq History Month.

We welcome you to share and promote the information on our culture, history and heritage and encourage you to join us in the celebrations."


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