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This profile was last updated on 4/1/14  and contains information from public web pages.


Phone: (506) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  New Brunswick , Canada
University of New Brunswick
3 Bailey Drive Room 317
Fredericton , New Brunswick E3B 5A3

Company Description: The University of New Brunswick ( is the oldest public university in North America. It has a broadly based scholarly capacity, which has been...   more

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City of Fredericton, 1 April 2014 [cached]
Imelda Perley - St. Mary's First Nation; Founder/coordinator, Wolastoq Language and Culture Centre, St. Mary's First Nation; Teacher of First Nations language and culture courses, UNB
Committees - artsnb – English, 8 June 2013 [cached]
Imelda Perley
Imelda's core art practice is in language, storytelling in particular, which she has brought to a level of art. Her work is intergenerational as she works with babies before and after birth, children, teenagers, for puberty ceremonies, as well as with elders in the communities. She also designs regalia based on her dreams which she then brings to makers to see her designs come to life. Imelda has been working as Elder in residence at University of New Brunswick for twenty years and, in conjunction with the community there and away, is working on a fundraiser for the Gwen Bear scholarship. In addition, she is giving 13 moon teachings, one a month in First Nation communities across NB and teaches language classes at UNB and University of Maine as well as online, making sure the Malecite language stays alive and strong. In fact, she was instrumental in putting together the Malecite-Passamaquoddy-English dictionary.
NB Women's News - March 9, 2009, 9 Mar 2009 [cached]
New Brunswick and Maine are home to the Maliseet, Algonkian speakers who call themselves Welustuk, "people of the beautiful river"... Imelda Perley of Tobique is co-founder of the Wolastoqey Language and Culture Centre, in Tobique and St. Mary's First Nation.
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Imelda Perley (Neqotkuk First Nation), Lecturer, Mi’kmaq-Maliseet Institute, University of New Brunswick; Community educator in Maliseet language and traditional culture.
The series was conceived by MMI's ... [cached]
The series was conceived by MMI's Elder-in-residence, Imelda Perley. A Wolastoqi (Maliseet) Elder and the founder and coordinator of the Wolastoq Language and Culture Centres at Tobique and St. Mary's First Nations, and an educator and research collaborator at UNB for the past 19 years, Perley envisioned this
Imelda Perley: Elder-in-residence, Educator and Research Collaborator at MMI.
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