Government of New Brunswick

Historic Ceremony honouring Indigenous traditions and cultures held at Government House

A special ceremony took place at Government House in Fredericton on Tuesday to recognize the importance of honouring Indigenous traditions and cultures, including acknowledging the right to swear an oath on a sacred Eagle Feather, if a person so chooses.

National Indigenous People’s Day

On June 21, we invite all New Brunswickers to join in the celebration of National Indigenous People’s Day.

May 10th is Bear Witness Day, an important day in the history of Jordan’s Principle

Aboriginal Affairs Minister, Jake Stewart stressed the importance of working with First Nation children and youth to address barriers and ensure all children receive appropriate services.

 

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