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Islanders are proud of their heritage and can experience the past firsthand through our public archaeology programs., Public Archaeology in PEI, Recent archaeological excavations at sites such as Orwell Corner Historical Village and Roma at Three Rivers provide an opportunity for the public to work...
The scholarship program was established in the name of distinguished Mi'kmaq Islander John James Sark in September 2009. He earned a post-secondary education at St. Dunstan's University, and was the Island's first Mi'kmaq teacher., What is the scholarship?, The program awards...
The Indigenous Relations Secretariat coordinates government’s response to Indigenous matters within the province. In addition to offering a central point of contact for First Nations and Aboriginal organizations, the Secretariat provides a means by which to promote inter-departmental communication...
Islanders will soon get additional insights into the prehistoric landscape of PEI with the recent discovery of a fossilized trackway or series of footprints of a reptile-like mammal that lived 100 million years before dinosaurs. Found near Cavendish PEI National Park in May of 2018, the large...