Elsipogtog women learn skilled trades while building housing for their community

Econ & Housing

Three Mi’kmaw women are helping build a brighter future for their community of Elsipogtog First Nation, one house at a time.Olivia Gehue, Devonya Levi and Diana Augustine are carpenter apprentices and started working with a company called SheBuilds six months ago. So far they’ve helped build three houses in the community 91 km north of Moncton and earlier this week, they started building…

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