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AFN Kespuwick, Advisory Committee Area 33 - Member required

Acadia First Nation is seeking a volunteer to sit on the Kespuwick Advisory Committee. As a member of this board you will act as an advisory and assist Acadia First Nation in the management of Kespuwick Resources. This Person must have knowledge regarding the fisheries with an emphasis on Area 33.

For additional information on what is involved in this position or to apply for consideration please contact the following personnel:

  1. Curtis Falls
  2. Charmaine Stevens

Sincerely,

Lloyd Mac Dougall
Band manager: Acadia First Nation

NS Power | Mi’kmaq Scholarship | $1,500 entrance scholarship, graduating Mi’kmaq high school student

$1,500 entrance scholarship to a graduating Mi’kmaq high school student Renewable up to four years.

This scholarship has helped me succeed in reaching my goals, and has helped me through my independent living.

Salena Sylvester is studying towards a Bachelor of Arts at Cape Breton University. Salena is also the East Youth Representative for the Native Women’s Association of Canada.

Salena Sylvester, 2017 recipient
Membertou First Nation

Interested in applying?

  • Visit: Mi'kmaq Scholarship
  • Questions? Email:

Deadline: April 27, 2018

Paper applications will not be accepted

A Notice Regarding Health Centre Doctor Practice Policies

AFN Community Members,

Please be advised of our Health Centre doctor practice policies.

  1. ALL patients who are scheduled to see the doctor will be so by their appointment time,
    not ARRIVAL TIME.
  2. DR. Marais will not be seeing pati~nts with a family doctor unless their family doctor is
    off/out of the office.
  3. Dr. Marais will NOT be providing prescription rene·wal to those who have a family
    doctor.

Thank you for adhering to these above mentioned policies, if you have any issues or concerns please do not hesitate to contact myself,

Marla Robinson-Pyne
Health Director
Acadia First Nation
(902) 742-4337