HIV/AIDS workshops at AGS

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The annual HIV/AIDS workshop at Alaqsite’w Gitpu School focuses on more than safe sex. It uses the opportunity to discuss other important aspects of growing up – recognizing what an unhealthy relationship actually is, and self-acceptance.…

Small change to the food bank

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The Listuguj Community Social Services has an active program (initiative to fight poverty) for community members in need. The initiative is funded by Quebec and Labrador Social Services Commission, and through this, the community food bank was…

2016 In Review

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NEWS AFN National Chief  Visits Listuguj Issue 26, Aug. 2016 The Assembly of First Nations National Chief, Perry Bellegarde, visited Listuguj during the Powwow weekend last year. It was his first time in the community. Bellegarde met with…

Fire Fighters graduate from first course in 15 years

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Firefighters from the first course offered in Listuguj in 15 years graduated just before the new year. The graduation was held on Dec. 16 at the Bingo Hall. The 10-week course began in September. They could be seen running various training…
Salmon Summit 3

Salmon Summit 3

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The Salmon Summit has been held in Listuguj for three years now. It was created to bring people and organizations with interests in the Restigouche watershed together. Over the course of two days, Salmon Summit 3 was held at the Bingo Hall.…

Public Meeting

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On September 25th, Chief and Council held a community meeting at the Listuguj Community Development Center (Bingo Hall) to discuss topics that community members submitted. The doors opened at 5 p.m with over 50 community members in attendance.…

‘Nnui’sultinej Let’s speak Mi’gmaq

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There is a red line at the Listuguj Education Complex that can’t be missed.  The line divides three classrooms from the rest of the building, creating the only English-free zone in Listuguj. Anyone crossing that line has to speak only in…

Food and Water Study being done in Listuguj

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It is our lifestyle to consume what comes from the land. We fish, we hunt and we harvest. With the rise of industry, came the reality of exposure to harmful contaminants. What could be in the local resources? This is what the First Nations…