About Glooscap First Nation

 

Our History

Glooscap First Nation is located halfway between the towns of Wolfville and Windsor, not far from Blomidon Provincial Park, the ancestral home of Glooscap.

While the community of Glooscap was founded in 1984, Mi’kmaq people have lived and traveled these lands for thousands of years. This area was an important hunting ground for our ancestors, who traveled along the natural river systems. 

A’tukwaqn wjit Bay of Fundy Kjikapa’n” – Story of the Bay of Fundy Tides

glooscap first nation - bay of fundy tides

Have you ever wondered why the Bay of Fundy has the highest tides in the world?

We partnered with artist Melissa Labrador, Mi’kmaw Elder Shirley Denny, and the Municipality of the District of West Hants to highlight this tale of Kluskap – a legendary figure responsible for the creation of many landscape features throughout Mi’kmak’i.

Our Chiefs

 

glooscap first nation - chief rita smith

Chief Rita Smith

1984 – 1988

glooscap first nation - chief joseph peters

Chief Joseph Peters

1989 – 1994

glooscap first nation - chief shirley clark

Chief Shirley Clark

1995 – 2011

glooscap first nation - chief sydney peters

Chief Sidney Peters

2012 – present

Contact & Location

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday: 8:30am - 4pm