The Mi’kmaq Story
Gros Morne National Park
Oral tradition holds that Indigenous peoples continuously occupied the island since prehistoric times. There is the presence of Indigenous peoples hunting, fishing, and living here long before European settlement began. Today many people along the west coast of Newfoundland celebrate their Mi’kmaq ancestry. Join us as we celebrate and honour the traditions of the Mi’kmaq people of the island of Newfoundland.
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Miawpukek - The Middle River Exhibition
Head to the Discovery Centre to tour this exciting new exhibition by artists, Pam Hall and Jerry Evans. Working with the people of Miawpukek First Nation, the exhibition explores the stories and traditions of Conne River, a Mi’kmaw community of Newfoundland’s south coast.
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