Logan Perley

Logan Perley is a Wolastoqi journalist from Tobique First Nation and a reporter at CBC New Brunswick. You can email him at logan.perley@cbc.ca or follow him on Twitter @LoganPerley.

Latest from Logan Perley

Rediscovering The Brothers islands

In the Kennebecasis Bay, just north of Saint John, three small islands make up what are known as The Brothers, the only reserve land in the southern part of New Brunswick. Some believe that the three islands may be an important key to the Wolastoqiyik reasserting their rights over the land.

Wolastoqey Nation lawsuit to claim title to half of New Brunswick

Six Wolastoqey communities have filed notice of a court action asserting title to their traditional lands along the St. John River, known to them as the Wolastoq.

'A great day for our culture and our nation': Mi'kmaq Treaty Day in pictures

As Mi'kmaw harvesters set out Thursday to set their lobster traps, they launched a celebration of Mi'kmaq Treaty Day. This is a collection of photos captured throughout the day at the wharf in Saulnierville, N.S.

Tobique First Nation opens new building to centralize emergency services

Tobique First Nation held a grand opening ceremony for the Trevor Francis Memorial Emergency Services Centre on Thursday. 

Indigenous leaders hope to work with Higgs following election

First Nations chiefs hope to work with Premier Blaine Higgs on addressing issues of systemic racism following the province's election results Monday. 

Wolastoqey chiefs urge community members to vote Liberal or Green

Chiefs of the Wolastoqey Nation in New Brunswick are urging members of their communities to vote either Green or Liberal this Monday, depending on which party has the best chance of winning in their ridings.

3 N.B. political parties back calls for justice inquiry that Blaine Higgs doesn't want

As the New Brunswick election campaign rolls on, calls by First Nations leaders for a public inquiry into the justice system continue, and they've drawn commitments from three political parties.

'We must bring light to the painful past:' Rally renews call for inquiry into N.B. justice system

A large group of supporters rallied in front of the New Brunswick Legislature building Thursday afternoon to renew the call for an inquiry into the provincial justice system.

Black and Indigenous communities of Fredericton uniting for future advocacy

The Black and Indigenous communities in Fredericton are uniting to aid one another in standing up against common systemic issues.

St. Mary's First Nation opens addictions after-care centre

St. Mary's First Nation hosted an open house on Tuesday afternoon for a new after-care treatment home for people making the transition back into the community from addictions rehabilitation centres.