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By the dawn of the seventeenth century, murder and exploitation of indigenous peoples had become entrenched. But in the fledging colony of New France, a society was emerging, in which, a genuine bond of friendship and mutual respect was established between the European newcomers and a native populat...
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British brutality was meant for extinction of the Mi'kmaq, and death covered the Mi'kmaq nation like a blanket. In the midst of all this, the Mi'kmaq rescued countless Acadians from the great deportation of 1745 and sheltered them in their woodland communities. The strength of the Mi'kmaq ensured no...
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In spite of centuries of unspeakable hurt and indignities inflicted upon them, the Mi'kmaq are still here, and have survived with their indomitable spirit intact. They have taken the Government of Canada to court to enforce the terms of their treaties - and they have won. This program shows how the ...
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'The creator of Anne of Green Gables brought us one of the world's most out-spoken, popular heroines, yet she herself lived a repressed life of relative obscurity. Although her efforts as a writer were not supported by her family, Lucy Maud Montgomery received international acclaim and financial rew...
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Green Gables House is a place where myth and reality meet. At the turn of the century, a young Canadian writer named Lucy Maud Montgomery wrote a book that put P.E.I. on the map. Anne, the feisty little orphan girl that Lucy created has delighted readers all over the world. Each year, thousands of v...
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