Early Childhood Week





Early Childhood Week


November 15th to the 21st, marks the fifth edition of Early Childhood Week (ECW).

The Listuguj Community Health Services (LCHS) along with the First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commission (FNQLHSSC) strongly encourage communities and organizations to highlight this week with their families. It is an opportunity to collectively focus on children by undertaking concrete actions that are going to have positive impacts on children’s lives both today and in the future.

Submit pictures of your family doing a fun activity to jordansprinciple@listuguj.ca or upload them to your Facebook page tagging Jordan’s Principle-Listuguj for chances to win great prizes.


Example of family activities:

Christmas crafts

Outdoor games


Movie Night

Board games

Christmas Decorating

Reading night


For more activities to do together, visit: https://www.cssspnql.com/docs/default-source/default-document-library/reueil-anglais.pdf?sfvrsn=0%20.

For more information, contact Kara Metallic (kara.metallic@listuguj.ca) or Sara Swasson (sara.swasson@listuguj.ca) at 418-788-2155.

The Jordan’s Principle team has supplies for families who would like to participate in Early Childhood Week. Please call to make arrangements. The more you participate by submitting photos, the more chances you have to win LCHS prizes!!

Medical Taxi Update

On Monday, November 9, 2020 (Chief’s Day) and Wednesday, November 11, 2020 (Remembrance Day), Medical Taxi will not be in service. Keep your taxi receipt and medical attestation for reimbursement. Don’t forget to get your New Brunswick Registration Number before entering Campbellton for any medical appointments. Thanking you in advance on this matter.

Flu Shots Update

The Listuguj Community Health Services has started running the 2020 Flu Vaccination Program.  Due to COVID-19, we are operating this program by ‘appointment only’.  A large volume of community members has already called in to schedule an appointment.  We are very pleased that so many of us are taking this flu season seriously.

We are following the COVID-19 safety precautions built into our process to keep our clients and staff members safe.  We are counting on your patience and understanding as we move through the appointment schedules.

  • If you have already called in for an appointment, rest assured that you will be contacted directly to schedule a date and time.
  • If you have not yet called to have your name added to our vaccination list, please do so at (418) 788-2155.
  • And, most importantly, for those of you who have received an appointment, we ask that you please respect the schedule given to you out of consideration for your fellow community members.

Again, your Team at the Health Center is working hard to ensure that every Listuguj community member who wants a flu shot will get one in a safe and timely manner.


Donna V. Metallic

Health Director

Second Confirmed Case, One Recovered

Second Confirmed Case, One Recovered


Friday, October 23, 2020 – The Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government (LMG) is announcing one (1) new confirmed case and one (1) recovered case of COVID-19. The total number of active cases in Listuguj is one.

The LMG and Quebec Public Health are working collaboratively to monitor the situation closely and to provide on-going support to those affected. At this time, Quebec Public Health has determined that there is no risk to community members and residents, as the individual has been at home self-isolating.

The LMG can confirm, with the consent of the individuals who have tested positive, that the new positive case is directly related to the first and is contained to that single household. Members of the household are currently in isolation and are taking every step to contain the virus. We thank them for their on-going efforts in helping us keep each other safe.

We are pleased to report that the first individual who tested positive for COVID-19 has recovered. At this time, they will continue to self-isolate at home.

This is a reminder to all community members and residents of the importance of following the recommended Public Health advice:

  • Monitor for symptoms;
  • Stay home when sick;
  • Wash hands frequently;
  • Practice proper cough etiquette; and
  • Wear masks when out in public.

Medical Taxi Update


Medical Taxi is now open and taking calls. They can be reached at 506-789-3143.

On Friday, October 15, 2020, Medical Taxi will not be in service. Keep your taxi receipt and medical attestation for reimbursement. Don’t forget to get your New Brunswick Registration Number before entering Campbellton for any medical appointments. Thanking you in advance on this matter.

First Confirmed Case of COVID-19 in Listuguj

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   First Confirmed Case of COVID-19 in Listuguj   October 15, 2020 – Please be advised that the Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government will be closed Friday, October 16, 2020, except for critical services (e.g. Gignu, LPD, LFD, etc.). If you are required for work, your Director/Immediate Supervisor will contact you. On the […]

COVID-19 Update

New Brunswick Public Health has notified the Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government of a New Brunswick resident who has tested positive for COVID-19 and who has recently met with Listuguj residents. They have coordinated with Quebec Public Health to conduct contact tracing. As a result, some community members may be contacted to determine next steps. These next steps could include COVID-19 testing or additional protective measures.

To protect the individual’s privacy, details including names, will not be released. Public Health and the Listuguj Community Health Services will continue to monitor this situation closely, and we will provide timely updates as they happen.

Medical Taxi Update

All medical taxi clients with an appointment in Campbellton must register for a single-use pass before entering New Brunswick. Clients can register online at www.gnb.ca/TravelRegistration. This can also be accessed by calling toll free 1-833-948-2800 (Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Atlantic time).

The Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government continues to offer its services to community members and residents to facilitate this registration process. If you are experiencing difficulties with your registration and require assistance, please contact Christy Metallic, Administrative Support Clerk, at 418-788-2136.

Community Kitchen Open

The Community Kitchen will be open on Thursday and Friday this week, September 24th and 25th, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. both days!

Please bring your own bags and make sure to wear your mask.

Reminder to Wear Masks in Public

The Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government would like to remind community members and residents that it is mandatory for people aged 10 and over to wear a mask in public indoor spaces, grocery stores, banks, pharmacies, and businesses. We ask that all community members and residents accessing services at LMG buildings wear a mask.

When accessing services at the band office, we also ask that you make an appointment before your visit. Appointments can be made directly with the person you intend to meet. Our staff will provide you with further instruction before your arrival.

The Listuguj Community Health Services have additional measures in place in preparation for the upcoming flu season. Please click here to view all additional measures.

These measures will remain in effect until further notice. Thank you for your cooperation.