St Anne’s Church Demolition Notice

Please be advised that beginning the week of May 24th demolition of the St Anne’s church and MMS buildings will begin. All safety precautions for the demolition have been approved by LMG’s Health and Safety Department and CNESST. During the demolition work, daily air tests will be taken by an environmental company to ensure that any airborne contaminants from the site do not pose a health concern for our community.

Also, be advised that heavy equipment and trucks will be operating in the area and may cause intermittent traffic delays.

The LMG Health & Safety Department will be present throughout the demolition process to monitor all work activities.

Beautification Season Announcement

The Listuguj Mi’maq Government is building a Beautification Employee data bank. For further information contact Ranay Metallic at Human Resources 418-788-2136 EXT. 2170 or

Construction Job Announcement

The Listuguj Mi’maq Government would like to inform you that there will be Construction Trade jobs in our community. For more information, contact our Human Resource Department at, or Ranay Metallic, 418-788-2136  ext.2170.

Community Cleanup Reminder

A friendly notice that Public Works will be going around each day picking up garbage, starting May 16th to the 27th, 2022.
Please have trash separated. Recycling, Trash, and Hazardous waste materials.

Important Notice for The Listuguj Post Office New Location

The Listuguj Post Office is happy to announce that it is expanding and moving to a new facility at the Listuguj Community Development Center (the Bingo Hall).

Formerly having 540 boxes, the new Post Office will have over 1000 boxes. If you are a resident of Listuguj, (living on reserve) in either a house or apartment, you will be automatically assigned a residential post office box.

There is no need to apply for a new box

New boxes will be assigned over the first several weeks/months of operation. If you do not have a residence on reserve, or you share a residence, you do not qualify for an additional box. It is the Listuguj Post Office goal to assign one box to every physical residence on reserve. The LMG is asking that everyone please be patient with the postal workers.

It is important that everyone take note that, with the move there will he some changes

  • For all new residential post office box holders, please make sure that the correct address, where you are currently living, is on all your mail and packages and please add your new box number to your mail or parcels so that we can continue to get everything sorted in a fast and effective manner. Mail without box numbers will he sorted
  • Mail will no longer be given out at the Every box will have a key; if the key is lost, the Listuguj Post Office will take your request to make you a replacement key for a fee of $20.00. ($20 includes cost of the blank key, cost of the key cutting service and fuel surcharge for the trip to Campbellton to make a new key and the time consumed by an employee
  • Picking up someone else’s mail? You need to have their key; no key, no
  • LMG Post Office workers will no longer be providing information over the phone to inform customers that they have mail or Present yourself in person to pick up your mail and packages

New Water Treatment Plant and Reservoir Notice

In order to continue providing safe and reliable drinking water, the Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government is proceeding with the construction of a new Water Treatment Plant and a new water storage reservoir. During the work, the existing water source will not be disrupted, and the water supply will be maintained to the community throughout construction. After the construction is completed and the new facility is placed online, the existing plant will be decommissioned without disruption to the community water supply.

The construction will be at the drinking water plant located on Lnu street and Pacific Drive.

During the work, heavy equipment will be periodically entering and exiting the work area.  We ask that you remain conscientious of this equipment and that you keep an eye on younger children and pets to avoid any accidents.

The work is anticipated to be completed by the end of November 2022.


Listuguj Mi’Gmaq Government



Fire Season Notice

The Listuguj Fire Department, in cooperation with the Listuguj Police Department are advising against all grass fires and are asking Listuguj residents to refrain from starting fires in your yard or anywhere in the community.

The forest fire index from The Ministère des Forêts, de la Faune et des Parcs for the Listuguj, Avignon Regional County Municipality region is classified as EXTREME at this time.

This advisory notice on grass fires is due to health, safety, and the environment reasons such as poor air quality, potential harm or damage to people and property and the poor effects on plant life and wildlife.

Dry conditions combined with wind make grass fires dangerous and the number of calls we have received have put a strain on our fire department in the past.

It is our priority to ensure the safety of all residents and we thank you for your support.  Should you see a grass fire, call the fire department by dialing 911.

See below for further information

Call for Fire Caution

Important Notice for Our Community and Our Services

Our community has experienced tremendous loss with the passing of four community members the past four weeks. The Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government, through the Office of Chief and Council, Executive Office, and Listuguj Community Social Services Directorate (LCSS), have coordinated support services for community members as our relatives begin their respective journey into the Spirit World.

All community members and LMG Staff are welcome to access the following services:

  • Tobacco was offered and a Sacred Fire was lit Wednesday, May 11 at 7:00 pm. The Sacred Fire will continue until Thursday, May 12 at 5:00 pm at the Healing Grounds.
  • Support is available on-site throughout the duration of the Sacred Fire.
  • The LCSS has arranged for grief counselling to start at 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Thursday at the Healing Grounds.
  • There will be soup, sandwiches, and snacks available at the Healing Grounds throughout the day on Thursday.
  • Counselling services are available after the sacred fire has ended.

If you can volunteer as a sacred fire keeper, please go to the Healing Grounds, and seek out Roseanne or Christine.

A friendly reminder that the Listuguj Community Health Services will be closed on May 12, 2022. Alaqsite’w Gitpu School will remain open, but there will be no classes.

In addition to these services, we would like to remind staff that they are eligible for time off through our LMG HR Bereavement Policy. Community members previously scheduled for appointments for May 12, 2022, are encouraged to confirm their appointments prior to attending.

On behalf of the Office of Chief and Council and Executive Office we extend our heartfelt condolences to the families and loved ones of Brenda Lee Barnaby, Edmond Condo, Mark Wysote, and Patsy Gray.



Mawiomi Board of Directors Recruitment

An important notice that the Mawiomi Board of Directors is seeking recruitment for three Vacancies.

Gesgapegiag, Listuguj, and other Mi’gmaq Nations for one seat respectively.

For complete details see below.

 Notice to Community Members who are Homeowners

It has been brought to LMG’s attention that homeowners have received notices from Revenu Quebec stating that they owe money and claiming they are not homeowners. This is an error in their systems automatically recognizing our dwelling numbers as a municipality tax number and Identifying homeowners as tenants. Rest assured, I spoke with them, and the issue is being addressed. Please note that this is not LMG’s responsibility and if you have received a notice you need to contact Revenu Quebec and have them manually fix the error. Below is listed the contact numbers. Please make sure you have your notice of assessment and identification on hand

Québec City: 418 266-1016

Montréal: 514 940-1481

Elsewhere in Canada or the United States: 1 855 291-6467 (toll-free)

Hours of availability for telephone service are Monday to Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


To confirm your identity and guarantee the confidentiality of your information, you’ll need two recent documents, such as:

-a notice of assessment

-a notice of determination

-an account statement

-another document Revenu Quebec sent you

If you can’t provide the required information, Revenu Quebec will not be able to provide you with information about your file or make changes to it.