December 7, 2022

Aboriginal

Wolastoq Boat Tours
Aboriginal, Video

Wolastoq Boat Tours

Come enjoy a scenic boat tour of Fredericton’s beautiful Saint-John river with Wolastoq Boat tours. Their tour boat has the capacity for 47 passengers.  Enjoy a drink from the fully licensed bar wile relaxing with the sights. Wolastoq Boat Tours always…

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Tobique
Landmarks, Aboriginal, History

Tobique

The Tobique River (pro. Toe-Bick) is a river in northwestern New Brunswick. The river rises from Nictau Lake in Mount Carleton Provincial Park and flows for 148 kilometres to its confluence with the Saint John River near Perth-Andover.  The Tobique…

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Longhouse 2
History, Aboriginal

Longhouse 2

A First Nations Longhouse is under construction on the Green in Fredericton beside the Beaverbrook Art Gallery. In the spirit of unity and solidarity, the Wolastoq Nations at Madawaska, Tobique, Woodstock, Kingsclear, St.Mary’s, Oromocto and the Wolastoq Grand Council are…

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Longhouse
History, Aboriginal

Longhouse

A First Nations Longhouse is under construction on the Green in Fredericton beside the Beaverbrook Art Gallery. In the spirit of unity and solidarity, the Wolastoq Nations at Madawaska, Tobique, Woodstock, Kingsclear, St.Mary’s, Oromocto and the Wolastoq Grand Council are…

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