Land Acknowledgement

Acknowledgement of First Peoples and Traditional Territory

The Kings Landing Corporation would like to acknowledge that the land on which we gather is part of the traditional territory of Wolastoqiyik (Maliseet).

Nonomonen ‘ci Amsqahseweyak Pomawsuwinuwok naka Nehkayiw ‘Kihtakomikumuwa.

Kings Landing Corporation ‘koti nonomoniya eli ktahkomiq etoli maqahatiyeq yut ktahkomiq skat kisi miluwahtiq Wolastoqiyik (Maliseet).  Yut ktahkomiq witowikhasu Lakutuwakonol ‘ci Sankewitahasuwakon naka Witapehtimok Wolastoqiyik (Maliseet), Mi’kmaq, naka Peskotomuhkatiyik amsqahs kisi wisuwonhamuhtitpon wici Okamonuhkewi Kincemoss/Kincemossusq neke 1725.  Lakutuwakonol mate uskuhutomuwoniya kipahpuwassik ktahkomiq naka wicuhketikonol kenuk awonehe wewinomoniya eli Wolastoqiyik (Maliseet), Mi’kmaq, naka Peskotomuhkatiyik tpeltomuhtit naka ‘kisihtuniya tpaskuwakonol weci kisi aqamlukhatitit mawiw.


To learn more about traditional territories, visit native-land.ca.

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