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Annual Report

UNB plans to go further than Reconciliation

We are grateful to Elder Opolahsomuwehs (Imelda Perley) for gifting us a more action-oriented word. Piluwitahasuwawsuwakon (bill-wee-duh-huz-zoo-wows-sue-wah'-gn) is a Wolastoqey word, meaning, “allowing your thinking to change so that action will follow in a good way toward truth.”

Welcoming Piluwitahasuwin

Amanda Reid has been named Piluwitahasuwin (Assistant Vice-President Indigenous Engagement) at the University of New Brunswick.

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Celebrating the International Year of Indigenous Languages

UNESCO declared 2019 the International Year of Indigenous Languages. The Mi’kmaq-Wolastoqey Centre at UNB Fredericton marked the occasion with a number of events.

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Mawoluhkhotipon: Togetherness in space

Mawoluhkhotipon: Ally & Safe Space Program for Wabanaki and Indigenous Peoples was officially launched in February on the UNB Saint John campus.

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