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Sitansisk, an urban Wolastoqey community in North-Eastern Turtle Island, rests on the northern bank of the Wolastoq (St. John River), sharing the land with Fredericton, New Brunswick.

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Happy 90th Birthday Shirley Howe. Woliwon for sharing your knowledge, spirit & love. β€οΈπŸŽ‰πŸ¦… ... See MoreSee Less

Happy 90th Birthday Shirley Howe.  Woliwon for sharing your knowledge, spirit & love. β€οΈπŸŽ‰πŸ¦…

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Happy birthday

Happy Birthday!

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If you seen Kenzie pls tell her to call her mom, Julia ASAP ... See MoreSee Less

If you seen Kenzie pls tell her to call her mom, Julia ASAP

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Call St. Mary’s security

Was Kenzie found?

Need more details before I can share.

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Woliwon for our community and allies for coming together today and gathering in solidarity for Barnzie. #JusticeforBarnzie

Mark Albert Brooks II will be resting at the Maqiyahtimok Community Center on Tuesday Jun 25, with visitation for family from 1-3 pm then viewing for community & public starting at 3 pm until Thursday. Celebration of Life Ceremony will take place at St. Anthony Church on Thursday at 11 am, followed by a feast at the community center.

Let’s all work to bring Justice to all that need it and continue to proclaim our need to work together.

Please join me in praying for comfort, strength, and peace for the Brooks family and our entire community.

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It was wonderful being at the pow wow. It gives me strength. Seeing old friends. I am so sorry that another member of the community has died. I offer prayers and tobacco every day.. sorry for any typos my vision is stiyvery bad. Still in a lot of pain. Still waiting for the Frederick police to actually do anything to keep seniors safe ..

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Update on Fatal Stabbing Incident - Charges Laid

Fredericton – N.B. - On June 21st, 2024, the Fredericton Police Force (FPF) responded to a call of a fight in progress on the 500 block of Union Street. Upon arrival, police found a 71-year-old male, later identified as Mark Albert Brooks of Sitansisk, who had been critically injured from a stabbing. Despite being quickly transported to the hospital, Mr. Brooks unfortunately succumbed to his injuries.

Three suspects were apprehended in connection with the incident. Two 17-year-old males were held in custody and presented in court today. Their identities are protected under the Youth Criminal Justice Act (YCJA).

The charges are as follows:

Youth #1 – Second Degree Murder sec. 235(1) CCC
Youth #2 – Manslaughter sec. 236 CCC
A third youth, a 15-year-old male, was also arrested but has since been released.

Police were able to quickly determine the sequence of events in detail and promptly lay charges against the two youths. This was made possible with the help of witness statements and video evidence provided by local establishments.


The Fredericton Police Force extends its deepest condolences to the family and friends of Mark Brooks, as well as the Sitansisk community, for their loss. The FPF’s victim witness team is working closely with those affected.

We thank the public, witnesses who came forward, and local establishments who provided video evidence, which played a crucial part in the investigation.

The investigation remains active, and further details will be released as it continues. The Fredericton Police Force is asking anyone with information regarding this incident to please contact them at 506-460-2300or intelligence@fredericton.ca. Alternatively, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 to remain anonymous.
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Condolances to the family

Saw Three youth last night shortly before the incident, all had dark clothing, coverings, not sure if they match the description but if so it sounds like this should be bumped to 1st & 2nd for those in custody. I'm sure it'll be looked into. The victim was a renown, selfless, kind soul who has significantly impacted the community in a positive manner and was beloved by many. An elder was lost on Aboriginal day. Where is the senior's centre that was promoted & promised during elections? Not only should we think of active elders, we should think of those in upcoming years as well. The poor man only wanted his tea, this is absolutely tragic. Open a centre in memorial, we shouldn't allow this death to be in vain. Teenagers know well enough today and should be face trial as adults since they feel grown enough to carry weapons. It's my hope we talk more of a seniors centre. Perhaps something to include during the "Open" Meeting Band Members are welcome to attend July 19th.

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Events

Jul 17

Recycling Pickup (Blue Bin)

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Jul 18

Trash Pickup

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