INVITATION TO TENDER TANK NO. 6 MAINTENANCE BELLEDUNE PORT AUTHORITY, BELLEDUNE, NB

INVITATION TO TENDER

TANK NO. 6 MAINTENANCE

BELLEDUNE PORT AUTHORITY

BELLEDUNE, NEW BRUNSWICK

 

Offers signed under seal, executed, dated and marked “Belledune Port

Authority – Tank No. 6 Maintenance” will be received until 2:00 p.m.

(local time), February 22, 2023, via email at tenders@portofbelledune.ca.

Opening of tenders will follow immediately, however the opening will not be

open to the public.

 

Each offer must be accompanied by a Bid Bond in the amount of 10% of

the total Bid price, executed in the favour of the Belledune Port Authority.

The successful Bidder will have to submit to the Owner, at the time of the

contract execution, a Performance Bond and a Labour and Material Payment

Bond, each equal to 50% of the Contract amount.

 

The Bidding procedures shall be defined under the “Instructions to Bidders”

section of the tender document. Bidders will be required to register at

https://portofbelledune.ca/about-us/rfps-tenders/  to obtain the bid documents.

Registrations will be accepted starting February 1, 2023, at 8:00 a.m. (local

time).

 

The Belledune Port Authority reserves the right to accept or reject any or

all offers. The lowest/highest or any qualified tender will not necessarily be

accepted.

 

Mr. Jeffrey David, P.Eng.

Chief Engineer & Operations Officer

Belledune Port Authority

 

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APPEL D’OFFRES

ENTRETIEN DU RÉSERVOIR NO. 6

ADMINISTRATION PORTUAIRE DE BELLEDUNE

BELLEDUNE, NOUVEAUBRUNSWICK

 

Les soumissions signées, datées et identifiées « Belledune Port Authority – Tank No. 6 Maintenance » seront reçues par courriel à tenders@portofbelledune.ca jusqu’au 22 février 2023 à 14 h (heure locale). Le traitement des soumissions se déroulera immédiatement après la fermeture de la période d’appel d’offres, mais ne sera pas ouvert au public.

 

Chaque soumission doit être accompagnée d’un bon de cautionnement au montant de 10 % du total de la soumission, payable à l’Administration portuaire de Belledune. Le soumissionnaire retenu devra remettre au propriétaire, au moment de l’exécution du contrat, un cautionnement d’exécution et un cautionnement du paiement de la main d’œuvre et des matériaux, chacun équivalent à 50 % du montant du contrat.

 

Les règlements de soumission stipulés dans l’article « Instructions to Bidders » du document d’appels d’offres s’appliquent au présent contrat. Les soumissionnaires seront tenus de s’inscrire au https://portbelledune.ca/about-us/rfps-tenders/?lang=fr  pour obtenir les documents d’appel d’offres.

 

Les inscriptions seront acceptées dès le 1er février 2023 à 8 h (heure locale).

L’Administration portuaire de Belledune se réserve le droit d’accepter ou de rejeter toute offre. L’offre la plus basse/la plus élevée ou toute soumission admissible ne sera pas nécessairement acceptée.

 

  1. Jeffrey David, ing.

Ingénieur en chef et chef de l’exploitation

Administration portuaire de Belledune

Listuguj Bylaw Enforcement and Public Security Announcement

The Listuguj Public Safety and Bylaw Enforcement recognizes that aggression by dogs against people and other animals is a serious threat to public safety. While we do recognize that we have a lot of responsible pet owners who love their pets, we need to acknowledge the ongoing issues and educate the community.

We would like to remind the public to always keep their dogs tied. If your dog is not tied, spayed, or neutered, it is likely that it will roam and travel in packs. Dogs at large impose a major threat to our public safety that could result in severe attacks against small children, adults, Elders, and other pets nearby. These attacks could be life-threatening.

· If your dog bites another person or pet, you can be criminally charged with Criminal Negligence. Your dog will then be deemed as “vicious”.
· Vicious dogs roaming freely or roaming in packs will no longer be tolerated. Vicious dogs will be dealt with according to our Listuguj Dog Bylaw.

FACT: Un-neutered males are involved in 70-76 % of dog bite incidents. Unspayed females encourage roaming and aggressive behaviour in males, regardless of breed.

For more information, please contact the Listuguj Bylaw Enforcement office at 506-987-4524.

We thank you in advance for your cooperation and strive to keep the community of Listuguj safe.

Healthy Eating Lunch and Learn

There will be a Healthy Eating Lunch and Learn on January 31st at the Elders Lodge.

Invitation to Tender – Alaqsite’w Gitpu School – Bus Loading Zone

SEAO is looking for a call for tender for the Alaqsite’w Gitpu School – Bus Loading Zone.

For more details, click here.

 

Land Management Act Lunch and Learn Sessions – Zoom Info

The Lunch and Learn Information Session on Land Management Act will start on January 19th at noon at CHRQ, with special guest Russell Diabo.
If you’re unable to attend the event in person, please see the Zoom link information below to join virtually:
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 854 9463 3678
Passcode: 601711

Dialogue For Life 2023 Suicide Prevention Conference

The First Nations & Inuit Suicide Prevention Association of Quebec & Labrador are looking for presenters for the Dialogue For Life 2023 Suicide Prevention Conference.
Please see the provided information for all the details.

A Message from Health and Safety

Winter time is now upon us. During this frigid season we must remember to take certain precautions to stay safe. When outdoors, wear appropriate footwear for the winter. Winter boots have better traction than summer or indoor footwear, so consider bringing summer/indoor footwear to work and change in the office/workplace.

 

The use of ice cleats may also help with traction outdoors. However, be careful when travelling indoors on hard surfaces. Cleats will have the reverse effect.

 

Parking lots and walkways are common places for slips/falls during the winter. Please exercise caution as black ice may be present at entry points/parking lots.

 

Making sure they are kept clean of ice and snow is very important.  If they are not frequently maintained during the day, have a bucket of salt/sand with a small shovel available where needed. We all can take a few minutes to help by spreading out some salt/sand. Safety is everyone’s responsibility.

 

When walking over an icy patch, try walking like a penguin. Remember, keep your hands out of your pockets to keep your balance.

 

3rd NIKANEWIN AWARDS TO ENGAGE FUTURE FIRST NATIONS ENTREPRENEURS

3rd NIKANEWIN AWARDS TO ENGAGE FUTURE FIRST NATIONS ENTREPRENEURS
Wendake, January 16th, 2023 – The First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Economic Development
Commission (FNQLEDC) is proud to announce that the application period for the third edition of the
Nikanewin Bursaries begins today. These bursaries aim to stimulate entrepreneurship among First Nations
members by helping them move from the entrepreneurial idea stage to the action stage.

 

To see the full press release, click here.

Land Management Act Lunch and Learn Sessions

Lunch and Learn Information Sessions on Land Management Act will be coming up on January 19th and 31st.

 

Health Center Closed for Training – January 19

The Health Center will be closed on Thursday, January 19th, 2023, for staff to complete training.  The building will reopen on Friday, January 20th, 2023 from 8:30 a.m. till 4:30 p.m.