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1 First Nations chief calls $1-billion Clearwater deal a “generational acquisition”
2 'We won': Indigenous group in Canada scoops up billion dollar seafood firm
3 A “first step” for Indigenous inclusion: First Nation coalition purchases Clearwater Seafoods in CA$1 billion deal
4 Amidst Treaty Rights Dispute, First Nations Buy $750M Fishing Company
5 Canadian Indigenous Coalition Buys Clearwater Seafoods in Historic Deal
6 'Reconciliation in Canada': The Clearwater deal marks Indigenous nations' growing clout
7 In Surprise Move, Indigenous Coalition Buys Largest Atlantic Canada Fishery
8 Membertou elects youth chief and council
9 Indigenous moderate livelihood lobster fishery expands in Nova Scotia
10 First Nation chief in Clearwater talks steps away from lobster mediation
11 First Nations reclaim their waters
12 Independent inshore lobster fishers fear the Clearwater purchase could decimate their livelihoods
13 N.S. premier responds to N.S. assembly of chiefs co-chair stepping down
14 Membertou First Nation Makes a Historic Investment to Expand Indigenous Participation in Atlantic Canada's Commercial Fishery
15 Richmond-based company partners with First Nations for 'historic' investment
16 3rd Mi'kmaw community launches moderate livelihood fishery in N.S.
17 Mi'kmaw leader leaves organizations over moderate livelihood planning
18 Clearwater sells lobster licenses to Membertou First Nation for CAD 25 million
19 Another N.S. First Nation announces plans to launch self-regulated lobster fishery
20 EDITORIAL: Clearwater sale a sudden sea change in fisheries industry
21 Membertou First Nation to become latest to join Mi'kmaq livelihood fishery in N.S.
22 Sipekne’katik First Nation secures sale for 45K kg of lobster caught by moderate livelihood fishers
23 Terry Paul re-elected as Membertou First Nation chief
24 What about Clearwater and the offshore lobster fishery?
25 Is 'regenerative ocean farming' on the blue horizon?
26 Mi'kmaw soccer players hope to inspire
27 Biker gang activity on the rise in Cape Breton, say police
28 Membertou First Nation ready for back-to-school
29 Premium Brands, Mi'kmaq First Nations to buy Clearwater for about C$1 billion
30 The history of the Mi'kmaw lobster fishery in the Atlantic region
31 Membertou casts paper ballots in chief and council elections
32 Premium Brands and Mi’kmaq First Nations Acquire Clearwater Seafoods
33 Membertou First Nation first to host APTN Indigenous Peoples Day Live event
34 Clearwater Seafoods posts third-quarter results as COVID-19 continues to sow complexities
35 Sipekne'katik Chief says band will not fish in upcoming lobster season due to safety concerns
36 Unama'ki communities adjust band elections
37 Canada announces support for construction of new office space in Membertou First Nation
38 Jordan calls for patience on Mi'kmaw fishing rights – but it's already worn thin
39 Membertou man explains systemic racism
40 Potlotek hosts Moose hunting camp for women
41 Former Lt.-Gov. marks historic swearing-in of CBRM's first woman mayor
42 Membertou buys two offshore lobster licences at $25 million
43 First Nations businesses sought financial aid weeks prior to $306 million COVID-19 fund
44 Clearwater Reports Third Quarter 2020 Results
45 Membertou commercial building going up just as N.S. shut down due to COVID-19
46 We'koqma'q First Nation announces band elections this October
47 Get an annual subscription, and we'll send you a T-shirt
48 Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange
49 Lobster: the last, best fishery
50 Federal COVID-19 Indigenous business relief still leaves 'critical gaps,' says financial organization
51 Nova Scotia chiefs rejected $87-million offer from DFO, want moderate livelihood defined
52 Membertou First Nation connects with Pride Cape Breton on deeper level
53 Mi'kmaq parliamentarians call for co-managed Indigenous fishery in Nova Scotia
54 Potlotek First Nation celebrates Treaty Day by launching its own rights-based lobster fishery
55 Unama'ki gears up for National Indigenous Peoples Day
56 Government of Canada congratulates Membertou First Nation on the completion of their harbour infrastructure project
57 First Nations, commercial fishermen, call on government to resolve dispute over moderate livelihood fishing
58 Potlotek First Nation rallies for return of seized lobster traps
59 Membertou First Nation fishing boat damaged in fire
60 First Nations have their own legal authority to regulate their fishing rights
61 First Nations communities in Cape Breton start their own alert system
62 Membertou healing walk planned for Saturday
63 Membertou can now move at ‘speed of business’
64 Membertou man calls for end homelessness
65 Membertou gears up for election Thursday
66 Membertou closes business in reponse to COVID-19
67 How Membertou's economic success might help revitalize a poor South African region
68 A story of resilience: Decision to take son off of life support still haunts Membertou First Nation father
69 VIDEO: Membertou responds to Grand Council Flag defacement
70 Barricades and curfews: How some First Nations are keeping COVID-19 at bay in Atlantic Canada
71 Cape Breton police investigating fire on Membertou First Nation
72 Unama'ki communities launching own alert system
73 Indigenous students from Cape Breton use animation to bring Mi'kmaw books to life
74 Membertou chief receives business lifetime achievement award
75 'This person is just outright racist': Chief Terry Paul says Mi'kmaq elder received hate mail
76 Membertou signs on as major partner for Sydney port development
77 Membertou First Nation to commemorate its ancestral home
78 Membertou fishing director says vandalism a result of ignorance, poor communication
79 INDIGENOUS RIGHTS: Conservation important but who gets to regulate is key legal issue
80 Lobster fishery at a crossroads
81 First Nations-led water authority signs agreement with federal government
82 Federal government distributes first of 322 dormant commercial fishing licences to Maritime First Nations
83 Livelihood or profit? Why an old fight over Indigenous fishing rights is heating up again in Nova Scotia
84 Membertou becomes partner in Sydney container terminal project
85 Membertou takes another step toward self governance
86 Mi'kmaq power, inside and beyond Ottawa, stronger than in past fishery battles
87 Membertou Chief Terry Paul receives lifetime achievement award from Canadian Council of Aboriginal Business
88 Nova Scotia First Nation launches its own moderate livelihood fishery
89 NAIG postpones 2020 games amid COVID-19 virus concerns
90 Sod turning for new palliative care facility in Membertou
91 Mi’kmaq fishers won at the Supreme Court. But they’re still fighting for their livelihoods.
92 Feminism needed in Indigenous communities says Membertou mother
93 Membertou reopening businesses | Local | News
94 Mi'kmaq senators continue call for livelihood definition
95 Mi'kmaw communities in Cape Breton using hybrid teaching model for COVID-19
96 N.S. First Nation struggles to find market for 'moderate livelihood fishery' lobster
97 Cape Breton Regional Police hope to renew Membertou policing deal
98 VIDEO: Membertou youth dancing for school credits thanks to Outside Looking In
99 Mi'kmaq planning their own moderate livelihood fishery outside DFO seasons
100 Indigenous-led alert system for N.S. Mi'kmaw communities ready to roll out