Watch as the Metepenagiag Heritage Park staff go live and highlight one of our favourite park experiences. Learn about traditional Mi’kmaq bread making and follow along while we sip some hot tea and answer questions from our viewers across New Brunswick! This showcase is part of the “Learn with Inspire” social media series for Tourism…

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We are so excited to announce that the community of Metepenagiag has been approved for funding by way of Agriculture and Agri-Culture Canada as part of the Good Food Access Fund through Community Food Centers Canada! The CFCC’s mission is to “build health, belonging and social justice in low-income communities across Canada through the power…

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Metepenagiag Heritage Park would like to welcome the newest member of our Marketing team, Raven Boyer. A recent honors graduate of the Travel & Hospitality program at Oulton College, Raven has been brought on as part of the Skills Link Program which is part of a national strategy to enhance education, participation in the labour…

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Metepenagiag Heritage Park Inc. is working with the Province of New Brunswick’s Archaeological Services Branch to repatriate a large portion of the 60 000 artifacts currently conserved by the Province. These artifacts are related to Augustine Mound and Oxbow National Historic Sites and provide a direct link to the community’s history, its ancestors, and its…

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Passed down by our ancestors through generations of elders, we continue to honor many of our ancestral traditions and incorporate them into our modern day Mi’kmaq lifestyle. Metepenagiag Heritage Park, in our role to “preserve, protect and present” will continue to provide workshops and experiences that educate and generate an understanding about our ancient culture…

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Metepenagiag is an ancient place, and we the Mi’kmaq at Metepenagiag are an ancient people. Patricia Allen, in her book Metepenagaig- New Brunswick’s Oldest Village presents the discovery of the Oxbow National Historic Site, as “the largest and deepest prehistoric village ever found in the Maritimes…” presenting undisturbed layers of Mi’kmaq artifacts and rendering proof…

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Our Boutique is located just as you enter Metepenagiag Heritage Park. We are proud to offer traditional and authentic Mi’kmaq and aboriginal crafts. Traditional baskets, quilling , jewellery are among our offerings. You can find prints and t-shirts, books and CD’s about Metepenagiag, as well. The Boutique is open during Metepenagiag Heritage Park hours. Contact us about…

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