Mi’kmaq Breakfast at Cabot Shores

 

 

John Henry Lafford is an esteemed guide and guest at Cabot Shores.

An elder in the Mi’kmaq band at Eskasoni, John Henry holds a parallel

vision with Cabot Shores, in terms of awakening, exploring and discovering

what may be of use to future generations.  A guide to Mi’kmaq traditions,

he has built a village here of wigwams, led hikes to Glooscap Cave

and along moose trails and even helped find some of our Tipi poles

(although the Mi’kmaq used wigwams rather than tipis, due to extreme

winds on Cape Breton

 

Here is a somewhat tongue and cheek exchange between Dr Paul and

John Henry on a Favorite Mi’kmaq Breakfast, in the form of a short video.

 

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