Entries by Hilary Barnaby

Listuguj Community Kitchen Update

The Listuguj Community Kitchen will be open Wednesday, May 27th, 2020, from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. They have 300 bags of potatoes and 300 packages of meats to distribute. Unfortunately, there is no delivery available at this time. Please make yourself visible at the food bank doors, and staff/volunteers will be happy to provide […]

Community Notice Regarding DFO

On Friday, May 22, 2020, two officers from the Department of Fisheries and Oceans entered Listuguj uninvited. Checkpoint supervisor Paul Jacques swiftly dealt with the incident, and the officers were escorted out of the community. This incident was then followed up by the Director of Public Security, Peter Arsenault, who informed the DFO officers of […]

JC Van Horn Bridge – Formal Complaints Process

The Superintendant of the New Brunswick Public Security, Inspection and Enforcement Branch has established a process to receive incident reports / formal complaints regarding the JC Van Horn Bridge Access Control point located in Campbellton.  If you wish to file an Official Complaint against a NB Peace Officer, they ask that you send your complaint […]

Listuguj Band Council Election Update

As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve, so does the response from the Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government. Prior to the COVID-19 outbreak; on March 16, 2020, Chief and Council approved Order in Council number 2531, Band Elections June 2020. This OIC appointed Michel Poirer as Electoral Officer to conduct the upcoming elections on June 6, 2020, […]

Workplace Safety

The Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government has begun the gradual reopening of our government buildings. We would like to welcome all of our returning staff. We hope you are enjoying your time back in the office. In the weeks leading up to today, our government has put in place new measures within our government buildings to ensure […]

Listuguj Access to New Brunswick

  RE: Listuguj Access to New Brunswick   Dear Premiers; Over time, Listuguj has developed a unique symbiotic and collaborative relationship with the neighbouring communities of Campbellton and Pointe-à-la-Croix. This relationship includes kinship ties, shared services and solid working relationships, and recognition of Mi’gmaw ancestral territory. The points of intersection between the communities go well […]