COVID Vaccination in Listuguj

The Listuguj Community Health Services has been offering COVID Vaccinations to the community of Listuguj since the beginning of February 2021. Due to the demand, resources and vaccine expiration limitations, Listuguj Health Services will no longer be administering COVID Vaccinations to the adult population of Listuguj. However, children 12-17 years old who received their first dose from the Listuguj Health Center will be contacted for their second dose.

Vaccines are currently being offered by the CISSS and pharmacies in our region, making vaccination readily accessible to our population. Walk-in Clinics will be held in Pointe-à-la-Croix over the next two weeks. We encourage any community members who wish to receive a first or second dose to do so at these clinics. Both Moderna and Pfizer vaccines will be available. Please refer to the following press release for more details.

In Good Health,

Listuguj Community Health Services

Halibut Giveaway

We are very pleased to announce that the Natural Resources Directorate will be supplying the Listuguj Community Development Center (Bingo Hall) with 17 cases of halibut to give away on a first come first serve basis, limited amount tomorrow Friday 23rd, 2021 at 11:00am.
Hope to see you there!


The Listuguj Education, Training & Employment Complex is looking for local Mi’gmaq artists to create unique pieces of visual art that best represent Listuguj Education, Training and Employment.

The art will be used as inspiration throughout our brand development, website, social media and engagement campaigns.


– Kinship

– Mi’gmaq Language

– Land-Based Learning

– Mi’gmaq Worldview

– Holistic Lifelong Learning

Please provide a brief description of your piece and how it relates to one of these themes.

Up to 5 prizes of $800 each!

Applications Due August 03, 2021.

Submit to Kammy Vicaire at the Education Complex or email to

Election Appeal Decision for the 2020 Listuguj Election

Following the appeal to the Listuguj General Election held on November 7, 2020, the Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government would like to inform the community of the appeal decision. The Department of Indigenous Services Canada concluded that there were no contraventions or violations of the Indian Act or the Indian Band Election Regulations that might have affected the results of the election.

The appeal has been dismissed and the results of the Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government general election, held on November 7, 2020, stand. Please know that the Chief Electoral Officer and Deputy Electoral Officer carried out this election with integrity and maintained good practices.

The full decision can be reviewed in the letter linked below.


Related information:

Appeal Decision – Letter Regarding the Election Appeal Decision

Notice of Appeal –

Notice of Election Results Recount –

Roof Construction – Please Use Back Entrance

The front door to the LMG Administration building will be blocked off today and tomorrow as construction continues on the roof. All employees and visitors must use the back entrance to enter the building.

Please ring the doorbell to be let in. Thank you for your cooperation.

One-time $500 Benefit for Seniors 75 and Over

An important announcement from Service Canada to our Elders that a one-time taxable payment of $500 is available directly to Old Age Security pensioners aged 75 and over. This amount will not affect the calculation of the Guaranteed Income Supplement.

If you are already receiving Old Age Security, no action is required on your part. Benefits will be paid automatically in the same way as the regular benefit August 2021 .

Eligible seniors who have not yet completed their Old Age Security application form must do so by May 31, 2022. This will insure that they receive the one-time $500 payment.

More info online at Service Canada on the Old Age pension page or by phone at 1-800-277 9915.

Roadway Upgrades of Caplin Road – Drainage of Caplin Road

Please be advised that Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government has initiated the third phase of the Storm Drainage Upgrades for the Caplin Road Area.  As part of this major project, Caplin Road will have roadway upgrades including new pavement structure, new concrete curbs and new concrete sidewalks.

These upgrades will not only improve the experience for pedestrians and drivers, but it also benefits drainage and storm sewer collection. Small modifications to each driveway will be required and this will be discussed with each homeowner during the construction period.

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. Traffic on Caplin Road will be closed to thru traffic, but residents will remain open to residents.

The work is anticipated to be completed by early September 2021.

We recognize that the planned work will be an inconvenience, and your patience during these upgrades is greatly appreciated.

If you have any questions concerning this subject, please feel free to contact us at Capital and Infrastructure Tel: (418) 788-3022.


Listuguj Mi’Gmaq Government


Hydro Quebec In Community for Meter Reading

Please be advised that Hydro Québec meter readers will be in the community from July 26th to 30th, 2021. We are asking that community members please secure their pets during this time.

Listuguj Coastal Restoration Project

We are please to announce that the Natural Resources Directorate, under the funding of the Coastal Restoration program, has embarked on a project to restore and preserve our coastal wetlands. PESCA Environment has been contracted to consult and assist in the planning and implementation of this project.

This project aims to revitalize the wetland habitat near the fishermen’s lodge and pow wow grounds.

To learn more about this project see the poster below for details, and for further information please contact Maureen Isaac or Denny Isaac at 418-788-3022.

Changes to AGS Transportation in September

In September of 2021, the Listuguj Education, Employment & Training (LETE) is making some changes to student transportation at Alaqsite’w Gitpu School. These changes are being made for students’ safety, environmental reasons, and to foster students’ sense of responsibility. Key changes to transportation will include: Pick up/Drop off Students will be picked up and dropped […]