December 7, 2022

Aboriginal

Richibucto
History, Aboriginal, Landmarks

Richibucto

The history of the Richibucto goes back as far as 1604, when Samuel de Champlain decided to establish a colony there. It is believed to be the first European community to be established in North America. There was no trace…

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Fredericton Pride Parade 2018
Festivals, Aboriginal

Fredericton Pride Parade 2018

The Fredericton Pride Parade was held in Fredericton today, just two days after a deadly shooting. The annual festival included a moment of silence to honour the victims who lost their lives.  Fredericton Mayor Mike O'Brien told reporters Saturday the…

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Meductic
History, Aboriginal

Meductic

Meductic is a small village located along the Saint John River approximately 33 kilometers southeast of Woodstock.  Meductic Indian Village / Fort Meductic was designated a national historic site of Canada in 1924 because the fortified village of Meductic was the principal settlement of the Maliseet…

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St. Mary’s First Nation Mural
Aboriginal, Landmarks

St. Mary’s First Nation Mural

April Paul's artwork pays tribute to Indigenous culture and history. The St. Mary's First Nation Mural is located on St. Mary's First Nation in Fredericton.  St. Mary’s First Nation Community Planning commissioned April Paul to beautify an overpass on Two Nations…

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