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Imelda Perley

Cultural Consultant

University of New Brunswick

HQ Phone:  (506) 453-4666

Direct Phone: (506) ***-****direct phone

Email: i***@***.ca

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University of New Brunswick

3 Bailey Drive Room 317

Fredericton, New Brunswick,E3B 5A3

Canada

Company Description

The University of New Brunswick is Canada's oldest English-language university. Founded in 1785, the multi-campus institution has a rich history and a dynamic focus on innovation, experiential learning and entrepreneurship. UNB has more than 10,500 students fr...more

Background Information

Employment History

Educator and Research Collaborator

MMI.


Lecturer

Mi’kmaq-Maliseet Institute , University of New Brunswick


Director

Wolastoq Language & Culture Center


Founder and Coordinator of the Wolastoq Language and Culture Centres

Tobique Economic Development Corporation


Affiliations

Aging Inc

Board Member


Culture Centre

Founder and Coordinator


Wolastoqey Language

Co-Founder


Web References(26 Total References)


Contact Us | Atlantic Institute on Aging

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Imelda Perley, Wolastoqew
Cultural Consultant, Elder-in-Residence at UNB


Contact Us | Atlantic Institute on Aging

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Imelda Perley, Wolastoqew
Cultural Consultant, Elder-in-Residence at UNB


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Imelda Perley a teacher and Maliseet speaker has committed much of her time and knowledge to the people of St. Mary's, Kingclear and Tobique N.B.
Imelda Perley teaches language and culture at the University of New Brunswick. She also runs"Wolastoq Language and Cultural Centre" in St. Mary's. She runs a language teaching program for all members of the community and for young students who want to learn the language but are unable to attend University. We see Imelda teaching the language to three generations of students who are interested in learning. These language sessions involve doing laundry, setting the table, sweeping, etc, everything involving daily life. Having a talking circle Imelda feels, is an important way to finish a language session. We follow her as she takes her students to the bowling alley to learn hands on about all aspects of bowling. Later we visit with an elder Charles Soloman, who talks to Imelda about the art of basket making using language as a tool.


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Imelda Perley a teacher and Maliseet speaker has committed much of her time and knowledge to the people of St. Mary's, Kingclear and Tobique N.B. Imelda Perley teaches language and culture at the University of New Brunswick.She also runs"Wolastoq Language and Cultural Centre" in St. Mary's.She runs a language teaching program for all members of the community and for young students who want to learn the language but are unable to attend University.We see Imelda teaching the language to three generations of students who are interested in learning.These language sessions involve doing laundry, setting the table, sweeping, etc, everything involving daily life.Having a talking circle Imelda feels, is an important way to finish a language session.We follow her as she takes her students to the bowling alley to learn hands on about all aspects of bowling.Later we visit with an elder Charles Soloman, who talks to Imelda about the art of basket making using language as a tool.


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Imelda Perley a teacher and Maliseet speaker has committed much of her time and knowledge to the people of St. Mary's, Kingclear and Tobique N.B.


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