Prince Edward Island

Indigenous people living on the land now known as Prince Edward Island are the Mi'kmaq, who have lived in Mi'kma’ki, traditional Mi'kmaq territory, for at least 12,000 years. Mi'kmaw know the island as 'Epekwitk', meaning "lying in the water". You can visit the island today and explore the living culture of Mi'kmaq people through pow-wows, at the cultural centre located on the Lennox Island Reserve, and through the art of local residents.

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