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    Millbrook First Nation takes the road less traveled, walks away from Kwilmu’kw Maw-klusuaqn (KMK)

    Millbrook First Nation, Truro, Nova Scotia, May 18, 2016 -  Effectively immediately, the Chief and Council of the Millbrook First Nation has withdrawn its support and participation from the Kwilmu’kw Maw-klusuaqn (KMK)/Made in Nova Scotia Process and its governing body, the Assembly of Nova Scotia Chiefs.   Millbrook is the second Mi’kmaw community to exit the KMK Process since 2013.  

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    Opening Doors - End Family Violence

    Opening Doors – End Family Violence, Millbrook First Nation
    Thursday, June 2
    6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
    Millbrook Community Hall
    70 Church Rd, Truro
    Free Admission
    Recommended for ages 12 +

The Millbrook Community.

Truro Power Centre
Success Story

This video was created by AANDC, to show the Economic Development success of the Truro Power Centre.

What's Happening In Millbrook

Upcoming Events

“Running REZ kids”

June 1, 2016 at 11:22am

Is a 4 week Running program for all fitness levels between the ages of 8-12 that will meet weekly as a group at the Millbrook Track and Field.
Starting May25 to June 15.
If you are interested and would like to sign register please contact Sunshine Bernard at the Millbrook Health Centre at 902-8959468 or 902 8905665 by May 11, 2016.
Registration is required to prepare for theFUN RUN!!!!

Opening Doors - End Family Violence

June 2, 2016 at 6:00pm

A traveling workshop aimed at providing rural areas in Nova Scotia with information and resources to better understand mental illness and addictions, and their link to family violence. Attendees will leave with a greater understanding of mental illness, prevention and treatment strategies, and a list of resources.

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May’s Newsletter

May's Newsletter is available here

Millbrook First Nation and Halifax Port Authority sign MOU

May 25, 2016, Millbrook, NS – Millbrook First Nation has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Halifax Port Authority. The agreement was signed today by Millbrook First Nation Chief Bob Gloade and Halifax Port Authority President and CEO Karen Oldfield. The MOU outlines how Millbrook First Nation and the Halifax Port Authority (HPA) will pursue the potential of Millbrook infilling a portion of the Tufts Cove waterlot adjacent to the existing Millbrook land at Shannon Park. The waterlot is under the administration of the HPA.

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