The Confederacy of Mainland Mi'kmaq is a not-for-profit Tribal Council incorporated in 1986 who's mission is to proactively promote and assist Mi’kmaw communities’ initiatives toward self determination and enhancement of community. From its main office located in the Millbrook First Nation, The CMM delivers a variety of community programs and advisory services to first nations communities in Nova Scotia. We've just launched…Read More
This is an extensive website that's been years in the making and we're thrilled to have been a part of the project. In 1989, Mi'kmaq artifacts were discovered in the Belmont area of Nova Scotia. Realizing the importance and seeing the destruction caused by all-terrain vehicles, The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq (CMM) began to work towards the protection of these very important sites. Ultimately…Read More
Here is a really fun project we put together for the Mi'kmaw Conservation Group. We were asked to produce an interactive web-based learning game, targeted at children to educate them about conservation and the "riparian zone". The MCG provided all of the text and direction for this, and we produced the graphics, interactive (Flash) game, and voiceovers. I enlisted the help of my…Read More
This was a website redesign project for the Mi'kmaw Conservation Group. They are a relatively new local organization who's mission is to promote and restore the concept and practice of "Netukulimk" in the Bay of Fundy Watershed. Netukulimk is an ancient Mi'kmaq term describing their way of life—taking only what is needed and wasting nothing. A fantastic organization to work with, and I'm…Read More
I was recently contacted by the Confederacy of Mainland Mi'kmaq to design and produce a basic website for the Mi'kmaw Conservation Group - this is an emerging group formed from various First Nation communities located in the Bay of Fundy watershed. The mission of the MCG is “To promote and restore the concept and practice of Netuklimk in the Fundy Watershed”. Netukulimk…Read More
224 Club Rd.
Hatchet Lake, NS