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  1. The Tripartite Forum Culture and Heritage Working Committee is gathering information on the Bedford Barrens Petroglyph Site
  2. Staffing Update - December 2010
    Adam Gould joins Tripartite Forum as Communications Officer



The Tripartite Forum Culture and Heritage Working Committee is gathering information on the Bedford Barrens Petroglyph Site

The Bedford Barrens are images carved in stone in a wooded area just outside of Halifax, Nova Scotia. The Mi’kmaq are believed to have gathered in this area in the past. The aim of the project is to record any information or oral history on the Bedford Barrens Petroglyh Site or the Bedford area.

Claire Poirier has been hired to conduct research and gather information on the Site. She has been busy meeting with community members, conducting interviews and gathering information in 12 of the 13 communities. If you were unable to attend one of her sessions, but have some information you would like to be recorded, please complete the survey. The survey can be mailed to:

Marilyn Perkins
Aboriginal Alliances Advisor
Planning, Social Sciences & Aboriginal Affairs Parks Canada - Atlantic Service Centre Historic Properties, 1869 Upper Water Street
Halifax, NS
B3J 1S9
-community survey-



Staffing Update - December 2010

The Mi'Kmaq - Nova Scotia - Canada Tripartite Forum would like to welcome Adam Gould as the forum's new Communications Officer.


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