ALL EYES ON MI’KMA’KI Flag – design by Jordan Bennett


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2 x 3 feet, polysilk with two grommets for hanging

Flags are designed by Mi’kmaw artist Jordan Bennett in support of the Mi’kmaq Moderate Livelihood Fishery

30 flags have been gifted to the Mi’kmaq fisherman on the front lines and 100% of the proceeds of these flags will be donated to front lines efforts to:



Sipekne’katik Director of Finance

Additional donations can be made through e-transfer and PayPal: MAKE THE SUBJECT LINE “1752 MODERATE LIVELIHOOD


This item is made available through the combined efforts of Jordan Bennett and IOTA Studios Gallery

74 in stock (can be backordered)

Contact IOTA Studio Gallery


The Peace & Friendship Treaties guarantee the rights of Mi’kmaq to catch and sell fish, as affirmed by the Supreme Court of Canada in the R v. Marshall case in 1999. As set out in Marshall, the Mi’kmaq have a right to fish for a “moderate livelihood.” On September 18, 2020, Sipekne’katik First Nation announced its own self-regulated livelihood fishery, as a sovereign people. As was the case in Esgenoopetitj (Burnt Church), the Mi’kmaq have a conservation management plan that is not to be controlled by DFO. Licenses and tags were distributed during a peaceful ceremony and celebration, while more than 50 non-Indigenous fisher boats surrounded the harbour, forming a blockade and infringing on the legal treaty rights of Mi’kmaq peoples.

For current information on the hate crimes and racism being enacted on the Mi’kmaq fishermen:




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Additional information

Dimensions 24 × 36 in

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