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Sitansisk Wolastoqiyik is an urban community in North-Eastern Turtle Island. Sitansisk lies on the Wolastoq, opposite downtown Fredericton, New Brunswick.

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St. Marys Pow Wow, July 2019. Photo by Wolastoqiyik Family Services

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Community Spring Clean up
It is that time of year that our crew starts sweeping the community streets and local businesses. We have a few updates for our beautiful community:

- Spring clean up will run from April 19 to May 28, 2021. This year we will not be assigning specific streets with times, each house is able to place items during the entire duration. Any Community Elders needing assistance please call Bill Nash at 470-5629. Please do not put bags with food in the spring clean up piles.
- Any damages to community premises due to winter plowing will be fixed when it is germination season (Late May to June)
- April 22, 2021 is Earth day, and each household will receive a large garbage bag. We are asking members to use these bags to take the initiative to clean your yard or give a helping hand to your neighbour, especially our Elders.
- Help us with Spring Clean up - Garbage bins will be available starting on April 12, 2021 at 5 locations in the community: Paul Street, Bear Drive, beside the Depot, Entertainment Centre parking lot, and Gabe Acquin Drive.
Let’s continue to enhance our community everyday!
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Community Spring Clean up
It is that time of year that our crew starts sweeping the community streets and local businesses. We have a few updates for our beautiful community:

- Spring clean up will run from April 19 to May 28, 2021. This year we will not be assigning specific streets with times, each house is able to place items during the entire duration. Any Community Elders needing assistance please call Bill Nash at 470-5629. Please do not put bags with food in the spring clean up piles. 
- Any damages to community premises due to winter plowing will be fixed when it is germination season (Late May to June)
- April 22, 2021 is Earth day, and each household will receive a large garbage bag. We are asking members to use these bags to take the initiative to clean your yard or give a helping hand to your neighbour, especially our Elders.
- Help us with Spring Clean up - Garbage bins will be available starting on April 12, 2021 at 5 locations in the community: Paul Street, Bear Drive, beside the Depot, Entertainment Centre parking lot, and Gabe Acquin Drive.
Let’s continue to enhance our community everyday!

REMINDER: Starting tomorrow (Monday April 12, 2021) Garbage bins will be available at 5 locations in the community: Paul Street, Bear Drive, beside the Depot, Entertainment Centre parking lot, and Gabe Acquin Drive. Please do not place food in these bins. Woliwon for keeping our community clean! ...

REMINDER: Starting tomorrow (Monday April 12, 2021) Garbage bins will be available at 5 locations in the community: Paul Street, Bear Drive, beside the Depot, Entertainment Centre parking lot, and Gabe Acquin Drive. Please do not place food in these bins. Woliwon for keeping our community clean!

Today is World Health Day – a global health awareness day!

Our world is an unequal one.
As COVID-19 has highlighted, some people are able to live healthier lives and have better access to health services than others - entirely due to the conditions in which they are born, grow, live, work and age.
All over the world, some groups struggle to make ends meet with little daily income, have poorer housing conditions and education, fewer employment opportunities, experience greater gender inequality, and have little or no access to safe environments, clean water and air, food security and health services. This leads to unnecessary suffering, avoidable illness, and premature death. And it harms our societies and economies.
This is not only unfair: it is preventable. That’s why we need to call on leaders to ensure that everyone has living and working conditions that are conducive to good health. At the same time we urge leaders to monitor health inequities, and to ensure that all people are able to access quality health services when and where they need them.

COVID-19 has hit all countries hard, but its impact has been harshest on those communities which were already vulnerable, who are more exposed to the disease, less likely to have access to quality health care services and more likely to experience adverse consequences as a result of measures implemented to contain the pandemic.
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Today is World Health Day – a global health awareness day!

Our world is an unequal one.
As COVID-19 has highlighted, some people are able to live healthier lives and have better access to health services than others - entirely due to the conditions in which they are born, grow, live, work and age.
All over the world, some groups struggle to make ends meet with little daily income, have poorer housing conditions and education, fewer employment opportunities, experience greater gender inequality, and have little or no access to safe environments, clean water and air, food security and health services. This leads to unnecessary suffering, avoidable illness, and premature death. And it harms our societies and economies.
This is not only unfair: it is preventable. That’s why we need to call on leaders to ensure that everyone has living and working conditions that are conducive to good health.  At the same time we urge leaders to monitor health inequities, and to ensure that all people are able to access quality health services when and where they need them. 

COVID-19 has hit all countries hard, but its impact has been harshest on those communities which were already vulnerable, who are more exposed to the disease, less likely to have access to quality health care services and more likely to experience adverse consequences as a result of measures implemented to contain the pandemic.
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