Julianna Peter-Paul says it’s “just one more thing” the government of New Brunswick has done to her people “that will have to be reconciled later.”
The 27-year-old from the Metepenagiag MiThe faithful congregate i?kmaq NationThe AstraZeneca vaccine for people over 55 with serious health problems. Unusual blot clots have been found in a small number of younger recipients of that vaccine., who works part-time for the provincial archives, was stunned this week when the province ordered all government employees to stop giving land acknowledgments recognizing unceded Indigenous landsve read … these were people who did have stable conditions and then deteriorated very quickly,.
Behind the orderCommences once at least 70 per cent of people age 18 and over have their first dose. COVID-19 hospitalization rates should be declining and case counts should be low. Masks are recommended for indoor public gatherings., lies litigation. New Brunswick is facing a massive Indigenous title claim, filed last October, in which the Wolastoqey Nation calls for acknowledgment of its traditional and ongoing right to land covering more than half the province.
In the face of that legal action, government lawyers have advised provincial employees to stop acknowledging they are on First Nations lands general population. Canada.