7 episodes

Hosted by L'nuey Communications Officer Sean Doke, Juku'e is a podcast series focused on current matters in the Mi'kmaq Community.

The PEI First Nation leadership is responsible for guiding the work of L’nuey, which is a Mi’kmaq Rights-based organization focused on protecting, preserving and implementing the constitutionally entrenched rights of the Mi’kmaq of Prince Edward Island, Epekwitk.

For more information, visit lnuey.ca.

Juku'e L'nuey

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Hosted by L'nuey Communications Officer Sean Doke, Juku'e is a podcast series focused on current matters in the Mi'kmaq Community.

The PEI First Nation leadership is responsible for guiding the work of L’nuey, which is a Mi’kmaq Rights-based organization focused on protecting, preserving and implementing the constitutionally entrenched rights of the Mi’kmaq of Prince Edward Island, Epekwitk.

For more information, visit lnuey.ca.

    Breaking the Silence on Indian Residential Schools - With Chief Junior Gould

    Breaking the Silence on Indian Residential Schools - With Chief Junior Gould

    In this episode, L’nuey Communications Officer Sean Doke speaks with Chief Junior Gould of Abegweit First Nation to hear about residential schools and the impact they have had. Listen to Chief Gould share his story and perspective on the residential schools system, the effects that are still felt today, and what needs to change moving forward.


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    • 25 min
    Understanding the Epekwitk Mi'kmaq Treaty Protected Fishery - Part 2

    Understanding the Epekwitk Mi'kmaq Treaty Protected Fishery - Part 2

    In this episode, L’nuey Communications Officer Sean Doke picks up where he left off with Senior Negotiator Tracey Cutcliffe to hear about priority of access to the fisheries, the Treaty Protected Fishery, and how the Epekwitk Mi’kmaq are planning to exercise their treaty protected rights. If you’d like to learn more, visit lnuey.ca/fisheries for more information.


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    • 22 min
    Understanding the Epekwitk Mi'kmaq Treaty Protected Fishery - Part 1

    Understanding the Epekwitk Mi'kmaq Treaty Protected Fishery - Part 1

    In this episode, L’nuey Communications Officer Sean Doke speaks with colleague and Senior Negotiator Tracey Cutcliffe to get an in-depth explanation of the complex legal history behind the “Moderate Livelihood” or "Treaty Protected Fishery". Stay tuned for part two, which will focus on priority of access to the fisheries, the Treaty Protected Fishery, and how the Epekwitk Mi’kmaq are planning to exercise their treaty protected rights. If you’d like to learn more, visit lnuey.ca/fisheries for more information.


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    • 21 min
    Stories and Highlights of Epekwitk Mi’kmaq Veterans

    Stories and Highlights of Epekwitk Mi’kmaq Veterans

    In this episode, L'nuey Communications Officer Sean Doke speaks with colleague and Historical Researcher Tammy MacDonald to highlight stories of Epekwitk Mi'kmaq Veterans as a way to honour and remember those who have served in both World Wars, Korea and various conflicts and missions as we approach the end of November and this month of remembrance.


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    • 13 min
    Mi'kmaq History Month Edition

    Mi'kmaq History Month Edition

    In this episode L'nuey Communications Officer Sean Doke speaks with colleague and fellow Communications Officer Annie Martin to discuss L'nuey's virtual contributions during Mi'kmaq History Month in Epekwitk (PEI). The conversation highlights some questions that have been received in response to L'nuey's Mi'kmaq History Month Giveaway, along with answers.


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    • 13 min
    The Process - With Zabrina Whitman

    The Process - With Zabrina Whitman

    In this episode L'nuey Communications Officer Sean Doke speaks with Zabrina Whitman to discuss how the Mi'kmaq of Epekwitk will begin the process of determining who can access and who is an heir of Mi’kmaq Treaties and Aboriginal Rights and Title, and how we can build on the work accomplished through the Nova Scotia process.


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    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

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lao_tsun ,

Great job

Hello

Love the podcast, but one thing I hope corrected for listeners is that all of the island of Newfoundland is Mi’kmaq territory, not just Southern Newfoundland ... I had to rewind a few times but it sounded like it was stated only Southern Newfoundland. The only reserve land is in the southern region (not counting Labrador). The largest Mi’kmaq band is based out of Western Newfoundland but members are spread all over Newfoundland (and beyond). Great job 👍🏽 enjoyed listening. Wela’lin

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