Where: The Gallery, NB College of Craft and Design
What: "A Glimpse of Wabanaki Culture – the first exhibition in the 2012/2013 academic year opens Thursday October 4, 2012 at The Gallery of the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design. The exhibition celebrates the Aboriginal Visual Arts Program and the history of the Wabanaki culture. Wabanaki – People of the Dawn – is a confederacy of the Wolastoqiyik, the Mi'gmaq, in Atlantic Canada, and the Passamaquoddy, and Penobscot nations, in northeastern Maine."
"Bannock is more than just food, it has been bringing people together for centuries.
Bannock is a main staple of First Nations Foods. There are millions of recipes with varying ratios of flour, sugar, salt, yeast, water and more, depending on your style of bannock. Originally the first ingredients included ground roots, flour, corn, wheat and berries."
"Specialty schools are all the rage across the country — art schools, sport academies, International Baccalaureate — but those that offer lessons on deer skinning and medicinal roots are few and far between.
Chief Atahm is one of the handful of specialty schools for First Nations students in the province and is the oldest language and immersion program in B.C. — celebrating its 21st anniversary this year.
The students are taught in Secwepemctsin from nursery and the teachers won’t instruct in English until Grade 4. They read books especially written in or translated into Secwepemctsin by school staff."
"Archaeologists searching for First Nations artifacts at the Moncton airport are wrapping up their dig.
The work was being done to preserve any artifacts before a new runway at the airport is built.
Archaeologists dug close to 700 holes looking for evidence that aboriginal people used the area hundreds of years ago.
Albert Ferguson, the manager of archaeological services for the provincial government, said in three of those holes they found a total of seven stone flakes, indicating aboriginal people were using stone tools in the area.
He estimates the flakes to be about 600 years old. The seven flakes will be stored in Fredericton. "
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