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2020 Mi'kmaq Lobster Dispute

Collected by: San Jose State University, School of Information

Archived since: Sep, 2021

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This collection aims to document the 2020 Mi’kmaq lobster dispute between Indigenous and non-indigenous fisherman in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. It consists of coverage of the dispute and related historical context through news articles, social media, blog posts, podcasts, and presentations.

Subject:   Micmac Indians Indians of North America--Fishing--Law and legislation

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Title: First Nation in N.S. vows to keep fishing despite arrest for 'unauthorized fishery' | CTV News

URL: https://atlantic.ctvnews.ca/first-nation-in-n-s-vows-to-keep-fishing-despite-arrest-for-unauthorized-fishery-1.5554897

Description: This site contains a news article covering the Sipekne'katik First Nation Chief’s views on fishing after arrest.

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Subject:   Sipekne'katik (First Nation) Indians of North America--Fishing--Law and legislation

Title: ‘We need a clear plan’: MPs clash during emergency debate on Mi’kmaw lobster fisheries | Globalnews.ca

URL: https://globalnews.ca/news/7405034/nova-scotia-fishery-dispute-house-of-commons-emergency-debate/

Description: This site contains a news article covering an emergency debate among Members of Parliament following a weekend of violence that saw one Mi’kmaw lobster fishing compound burnt to the ground. It also contains video clips with additional coverage and statements from prominent figures.

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Subject:   Micmac Indians of North America--Fishing--Law and legislation

Title: M'kmaq | Sabawaelnu | The Last Storm | The Historical Natives on Acast

URL: https://play.acast.com/s/cf44d450-f1f9-511a-be53-01d60625d2b2/Buzzsprout-8621480

Description: This site contains a podcast recording by The Historical Natives covering Mi’kmaq history, language, and what and who the Sabawealnu are.

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Subject:   Micmac

Title: BURNT CHURCH CRISIS by marissa kelly

URL: https://prezi.com/wuofx3db-ai-/burnt-church-crisis/

Description: A Prezi presentation on The Burnt Church Fishing Dispute in New Brunswick, 1999 as historical background for the 2020 Mi’kmaq Lobster Dispute.

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Subject:   Indians of North America--Fishing--Law and legislation

URL: https://sipeknekatik.ca/moderate-living-fishery-fleet/

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Title: Twitter #Mikmaq

URL: https://twitter.com/hashtag/Mikmaq?src=hash/

Description: This site contains all posts made on Twitter using the hastag “Mikmaq.”

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Subject:   Micmac

Title: Mi'kmaq lobster dispute: A conflict brewing since the 1700s | CTV News

URL: https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/mi-kmaq-lobster-dispute-a-conflict-brewing-since-The-1700s-1.5153568

Description: This site contains a news article and video with coverage on the Mi’kmaq lobster dispute and associated history.

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Subject:   Micmac Indians of North America--Fishing--Law and legislation

Title: Sipekne'katik chief wants to see real action as Canada marks first Truth and Reconciliation Day - CityNews Halifax

URL: https://www.halifaxtoday.ca/local-news/sipeknekatik-chief-wants-to-see-real-action-as-canada-marks-first-truth-and-reconciliation-day-4465775

Description: This site contains a news article with coverage on the Sipekne’katik chief’s perspective on the first Truth and Reconciliation Day in Canada.

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Subject:   Sipekne'katik (First Nation) Indians of North America--Fishing--Law and legislation

Title: Lobster dispute looms over election in fishery minister's N.S. riding

URL: https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/canada/lobster-dispute-looms-over-election-in-fishery-ministers-ns-riding/ar-AAOnJnc

Description: This site contains coverage on political candidates Bernadette Jordan, Rick Perkins, Thomas Trappenberg, and Olivia Dorey with a focus on the ongoing lobster dispute in Nova Scotia.

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Subject:   Indians of North America--Fishing--Law and legislation Political campaigns

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