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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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From Public Works: Road Repairs will be beginning on Monday, June 17. ... See MoreSee Less

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Is Highland Avenue on the list!?

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From our friends at the City of Fredericton: The Princess Margaret Bridge has reopened for traffic. ... See MoreSee Less

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Praise Jesus 👏 please learn how to zipper people. So bad. This is good news

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Edit: ISC has informed Sitansisk that due to a staffing issue, this clinic will be postponed; stay tuned for a new date soon. ... See MoreSee Less

Edit: ISC has informed Sitansisk that due to a staffing issue, this clinic will be postponed; stay tuned for a new date soon.

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Does all bands do the new statis card

Can they help with SCIS replacement cards if they are lost/expired?

Samantha Leduc

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Wolastoqyik Unceded & Unsurrendered land. Our people have been here since time immemorial. We share our beautiful culture as treaty people. Education is the healing path forward. How dare you! ... See MoreSee Less

Wolastoqyik Unceded & Unsurrendered land.  Our people have been here since time immemorial. We share our beautiful culture as treaty people. Education is the healing path forward.  How dare you!

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but the education dept can sure take the 13,000 in tuition for each fn kid who lives on reserve and attends provincial schools right? what a joke

The fact they even said something about priests shows the extreme ignorance. Zero understanding of history, let alone culture. That's disgusting and disappointing.

I like the part where he thinks he can educate people on the origins of powwow by doing a Google search. Sit down Cliff..

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Trash Pickup

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Membership Services

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Recycling Pickup (Blue Bin)

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