Kukukwes.com – The Podcast: Episode 2

Mi'kmaq Grand Keptin Antle Denny speaking at Mi'kmaq Treaty Day in Halifax Oct. 3. Denny is the great-great grandson of Mi'kmaq Grand Chief Gabriel Sylliboy. /Photo by Stephen Brake

Kukukwes.com – The Podcast: Episode 2
Recorded on October 8, 2016
Host: Maureen Googoo

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Podcast includes:

1. More than 600 people gathered in Halifax on October 3rd to mark the 30th anniversary of Mi’kmaq Treaty Day. Hear the highlights of the annual ceremony.

2. The Nova Scotia government announced it plans to grant a pardon to a Mi’kmaq Grand Chief for his conviction of hunting muskrat out of season. Read the news story here: kukukwes.com/2016/10/03/pardon-announced-for-late-grand-chief-sylliboy-during-treaty-day-celebrations/

3. Dalhousie University professor Amy Bombay is researching the health of Indigenous people in Halifax. Read the news story here: kukukwes.com/2016/09/09/dalhousie-professor-researching-health-of-indigenous-people-in-halifax/

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About Maureen Googoo 256 Articles
Maureen Googoo is an award-winning journalist from Indian Brook First Nation (Sipekne'katik) in Nova Scotia. She has worked in news more than 30 years for media outlets such as CBC Radio, the Chronicle-Herald and the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network. Maureen has an arts degree in political science from Saint Mary's University in Halifax, a journalism degree from Ryerson University in Toronto and a Masters degree in journalism from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in New York City.