The Capture of Demasduit, by Ashley Brown

K’taqmkuk Mi’kmaw Cultural Historic Museum

St. George’s is an area rich with Mi’kmaq history.  To celebrate this rich culture a local historic building has been renovated to house a cultural museum and interpretation centreMore details...

 St. George's Indian Band

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News and Stories

The St. George's Indian Band would like to thank Rita Hall once again for her generous donations which was used to hire students to work in the Museum over the summer months.

Ashley Brown, a resident of Stephenville Crossing and a member of the St. George’s Indian Band, received second place in the Dominion Institute’s Aboriginal Writing Challenge.  Ashley is the daughter of  Sheldon Brown and Bernice White.  She is a descendant of Luc Benoit.  The Story . . .

Stephen Harper made the first prime minister’s visit to this west coast community to announce an agreement in principle with the Federation of Newfoundland Indians.  More details...

PM  Stephen Harper Visits K,Taqmkuk Mi’kmaq Museum

Meeting Crimson Eagle, By Alison White, “Crow Woman”

Alison White "Crow Woman" is the daughter of Melvin and Karen  White.  She is a member of the St. George's Indian Band now residing in Lantz, Nova Scotia with her life partner Ben Smith and their son Windell.  Alison is a descendant of Peter Benoit and Mary Anne Lonquepee and also Francois Benoit and Annie L'Official.  The Story . . .

Annual General Assembly 2009!

The St. George’s Indian Band will be holding their Annual General Assembly on November 15, 2009 @ 2:00 pm at the K’Taqmkuk Mi’kmaw Museum, St. George’s, NL.                                                                     

Annual Elder’s Feast

The St. George’s Indian Band will be holding their Annual Elder’s Feast on December 5, 2009 @ 6:00 pm at the Canadian Legion in St. George’s.   

Job Opportunity

St. George’s Indian Band has received Community Enhancement Employment Program funding and is seeking workers. More details...