Qalipu First Nation cuts ties with cultural foundation

A rift has developed between the province’s largest Indigenous organization and the cultural foundation it created a decade ago. Now, the two sides have cut ties. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.

Charles Pender hired as new manager for Qalipu First Nation

Corner Brook city councillor Charles Pender has been hired as the new band manager for the Qalipu Mi’qmak First Nation. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.

Chief of Qalipu First Nation takes on new role with National Assembly of First NationsĀ 

The Chief of the Qalipu First Nation has taken on a new role; serving as the representative for Mi’kmaq people in this province for the National Assembly of First Nations.  NTV’s Don Bradshaw has that story.

Court case begins over long-standing dispute about Qalipu membership

A court case involving a long-standing dispute about membership in the Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation began in Supreme Court in St. John’s this morning.

NTV’s Rosie Mullaley reports.

Qalipu Chief believes new designation by Assembly of First Nations will give representation for regional issues

The chief of the largest Indigenous group in this province believes a new designation by the assembly of First Nations will give Mi’kmaq in Newfoundland a more active role across the country. NTV’s Don Bradshaw has that story.

Qalipu Band reaches tentative agreement on military and RCMP members

The federal government has reached a tentative agreement with the Qalipu first nation that could clear the way for members of the military and the RCMP to be accepted into the Mi’kmaq Band. NTV’s Don Bradshaw reports.

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