Lobster Fishing Plan
Trapper Metallic is the new Chief of Police
Listuguj takes ownership of group home
Helping a friend in need
HIV/AIDS workshops at AGS
Small change to the food bank
2016 In Review
Fire Fighters graduate from first course in 15 years
Mesgi’g Ugju’s’n Wind Farm at full capacity
Haven House celebrates 25th anniversary
A new tool to keep Listuguj connected
Chaleur Terminals: the battle isn’t over
Listuguj Investing in Emerging Industry
Food and Water Study being done in Listuguj
AFN National Chief in Listuguj
Many aspects to wellness
Nta’tugwaqanminen — Our Story
A Positive Campaign
Striped bass Monitoring Program
Little gestures to protect Mother Earth
Grass fire contained, despite strong winds
Chaleur Terminals in court May 17th
Free to buy beer in Listuguj
University opens doors to Mi’gmaq Culture
Exploring Mi’gma’gi (video)
Chaleur Terminals lawsuit on track for mid-March
Positive End to the Year for LMG
Deadlines for Funding
12th Annual Home Decoration Competition
Water Ceremony with Ethan Hawke
Anti-Racism Logo Launch
Lobster Season is Open
Over $70,000 for the Community Park
Mi’gmaq Language Workshop
Welfare Suspension Resolved
First PCD Payments
Fishing Quota Allocation
Darcy Gray has been elected Chief of Listuguj Mi’gmaq First Nation following the results of the June 4th election. Six new Councillors have been..
GMRC will be implementing a striped bass monitoring programat the start of the salmon fishing season and will run throughout the..
There is a new Ranger in town and his name is Ayden Barnaby. An Earth Ranger that is. A curious..
Fields are drier in the spring than you may think. The fire on April 30th was proof. A fire began..
Chaleur Terminals Inc. and the New Brunswick government will be back in court Monday, May 17th. The previous two dates,..
A recent ruling on cross-border trade allows New Brunswickers to buy beer in Listuguj or Cross-Point without fear of being charged. ..
Boats have already been heading out on the water for the 2016 fishing season. They go for days at a..
As part of the many ongoing attempts to incorporate Mi’gmaq and First Nation’s culture, the University of New Brunswick held..
The application in the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench in Campbellton to stop the Chaleur Terminals Inc. project in..