News & Events

Here you will find upcoming events and important UNSI news!

UNSI Office Closure

February 19, 2018

Union of Nova Scotia Indians offices are closed on Monday, February 19, 2018, for Family Day holiday.

Wills & Estates Planning Session(s)

February 2018

The Union of Nova Scotia Indians is hosting a Wills & Estates Planning Information Session with Mi’kmaw lawyer, Tuma Young, L.L.M.  At these sessions, you will:  

•  Learn the importance of having a Will;
•  Learn about how the Wills & Estates Process applies to Mi’kmaw;
•  Get your Will done by a Mi’kmaq lawyer – FREE OF CHARGE;
•  Receive a door prize ballot and $10 Tim’s card for attending;
•  Coffee, tea, snacks and lunch provided!

Dates and locations (click on location to view flyer):

•Thursday, February 8, at Potlotek Community Hall, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
More sessions will be announced soon.


Capacity Development Coordinator
(902) 537-2173

Find us on Facebook!

January 2018

The Union of Nova Scotia Indians is now on social media!  Find us on Facebook at  There you will find important news and information on our departments and services provided.

Our Eastern Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq Mental Wellness Team also has a page:

Also, our Jordan’s Principle coordinators are on Facebook.  Send them a friend request and feel free to ask questions!

Don’t forget to LIKE and SHARE our pages!

COMMUNITY ROLL-OUTS: Eastern Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq Mental Wellness Team

February 2018

Come and join the members of UNSI’s NEW Mental Wellness Team and learn about our services.  They will be joined by Jordan’s Principle Coordinators.

Dates and locations (click on location to see community flyer):

-Thursday, February 15, at the Theresa Cremo Memorial Health Centre in Waycobah, from 3:30 – 5:00 pm.

For more information, contact us at (902) 539-4107 (ext.210) or

  Enjoy refreshments and win an iPad Pro!

UNSI Board Meeting

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

The UNSI Board of Directors will now meet on Tuesday, December 19, 2017, starting at 10:00 am.  Please make note of this change in date.

The meeting was originally scheduled for Monday, December 19, but was changed due to a death in the community of Potlotek.



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