Millbrook Chief and Council have sponsored 27 Millbrook Remembers Banners that are currently being installed along Willow Street. In cooperation with Eastern Woodland Print Communications, Councillor Colin Bernard and Councillor Chris Nasson provided oversight to the project that has recognized 27 deceased members of the community who were enlisted in the Armed Services. We honour and remember our veterans who served in the First World War, Second World War, Korean War, Vietnam War, NATO conflicts; Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq and also those who served during peacetime operations.
We also recognized the following deceased Veterans who served as well and at this time we don’t have photos of:
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.
Truro Power Centre
This video was created by AANDC, to show the Economic Development success of the Truro Power Centre.
January Newsletter available here.Training Course Restricted Firearms Certification
Attention: Please be advised there will be a 1 day free Training course for Band Members wishing to receive their "Restricted Firearms Certification".
The course will take place at the Band Community Hall on January 15th from 8:30am-4pm.
All those wishing to attend please contact Councillor Michael Stephens via email email@example.com or by cell 902-305-5569