Public Council Meeting

Attention Community Members

The proposed Settlement Agreement and the handling of the settlement funds are very important matters for all of the members of Listuguj.

On Monday February 3, 2014 the Chief and Council made a decision to delay the ratification vote targeted for March 22, 2014 to allow more time for the members of the community of Listuguj to become more knowledgeable and more comfortable with the proposed Settlement Agreement and Trust Agreement and to provide time to consult with the members on how they would like to see the Trust designed (a copy of the OIC is attached).

Therefore, there will be an urgent public meeting taking place on Monday February 10, 2014 at the Listuguj Community Development Center (Bingo Hall) at 10 A.M. in which Chief and Council will present the OIC to the community and listen to your opinions and gain your feedback.

Everyone is encouraged to attend and all LMG buildings will be shut down for the two hour community meeting with the exception of essential services. All LMG staff will be required to attend and we encourage all community members to attend as well.

We hope to see you all there, because your input is crucial.

This Public Council Meeting will be broadcast live at the following link starting at 10 A.M:

An important survey will be available and it is important that you fill it out see the following link to fill out your survey:

For any additional information please contact Mike Isaac, Communications Officer at 418-788-2136 or

2014 Listuguj Role Model Campaign

It’s that time of year again, the Listuguj Education Directorate and the Reinvestment Committee are now taking applications for the 2014 Role Model Campaign.


 The Listuguj Role Model Campaign is designed to highlight Listuguj First Nation youth between the ages of 13 and 30 who serve as role models in our community and are in pursuit of academic achievement.   If you know of an individual from our community who fits this description, please pick up an application form, fill it out and return it to the Education Complex (1 Riverside West). 

Role Model Criteria:

  • Registered member of Listuguj
  • Attending an academic institution
  • Between the ages of 13-30
  • Drug free
  • Reside in Listuguj at the time of nomination, with the exception of a candidate attending a Post Secondary Institution elsewhere
  • Be able to take part in an interview
  • Be able to provide public speaking appearances throughout the year
  • A graduate of one of the schools within the Reinvestment Agreement (AGS, CMS, LBS and/or SSHS)

Applications can be picked up at various locations including: the Band Office, LMDC, AGS, Education Complex, Day Care, Post Office, Health Center, and the Youth Center.  Completed applications must be received no later than February 7th, 2014. 


If you would like more information regarding the Role Model Campaign, please contact Tammy Isaac by calling 418.788.2248, or by e-mail:

Get Your High School Leaving Diploma in Just 1 Year!

Get Your High School Leaving Diploma in Just 1 Year!

You WILL BE job ready in just 1 year

Or choose to train in a trade or other vocation

You WILL GET your High School Leaving Diploma

Program begins Monday February 3rd, 2014

 New students accepted, YOUR success begins NOW!

 For more information and to register, contact Zachary Jacques or Bella Moffat at 418-788-1347

 Your First Nations Regional Adult Education Center – Listuguj Campus, working for you by offering MELS accredited Social Vocational Integration Programs, giving you semi-vocational skills training.

Community Survey Session

On Saturday February 1, 2014 there will be a community survey session taking place at the Listuguj Community Development Center (Bingo Hall).  The purpose of this meeting is to attain community feedback concerning the the Settlement Agreement process.

There will be an anonymous and short survey which will be 20 to 25 questions  that will contribute to the data collection concerning the Settlement Agreement process.

Meals will be served for both survey sessions.

The surveys session will take place at:

  • Lunch & Survey at 12 noon
  • Dinner & Survey at 5 pm

If you have any questions please feel free to contact Mike Isaac, Communications Officer at or 418-788-2136



SIPU – Overcome Barriers to Employment While You Work!

Overcome Barriers to Employment While You Work! 

  • Did you ever have difficulties in school?
  • Was it hard for you to stay in school?
  • Is it challenging for you to find a job?
  • Do you have a hard time to keep a job? 
  • Do you know why or want to discover why?
  • Would you like help overcoming all the whys? 

If you’ve answered yes to any one or more of these questions, then SIPU is for you 

Don’t miss out … Call Dianna Barnaby-Nason at 418-788-1347 or Email

Trade Your Welfare Check for a Pay Check

Listuguj Youth – Trade Your Welfare Check for a Pay Check

  • Are you 18 to 24 years old?
  • Are you on Social Assistance (Welfare)?
  • Do you have your High School Diploma or Equivalency?
  • Do you want to work?

 Then the LMDC has a JOB for you … next program begins February 18, 2014 

Don’t miss out … Call Cheryl LaBillois at 418-788-1347 or Email

Community Health Education Program (CHEP) Video Conference

January is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month in Canada. The Alzheimer Society is Canada’s leading health charity for people with Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) and other dementia. Alzheimer’s, the most common form of dementia, is a disease of the brain affecting men and women of all races, religions and socio-economic backgrounds. “It is not a normal part of aging and no one is immune.” (Alzheimer Society of Canada). This interactive health education session is designed to give you answers to your questions and equip you with tools for greater understanding around Alzheimer’s Disease.

Learning Objectives

This special video conference will give you the opportunity to explore:

  • What is Alzheimer’s Disease: Diagnosis, Progression, Treatments and Risk Factors
  • Caring for someone with AD
  • Safety issues
  • Communication, Strategies and Stimulating Activities
  • Resources for Outreach

About Your Speaker, Teresa Anuza

Teresa Anuza, BA, MA in Cognitive Psychology, Coordinator-Educational Services for Alzheimer Society of Montreal, is responsible for the development and delivery of conferences for the public and for institutes of higher learning as well as training workshops for the professional health care community. Ms. Anuza also provides individual and group counseling for caregivers.


The following information pamphlets are available online under the Publications tab at: (22 regional offices across Quebec; invite yours):

  • Heads up for Healthier Brains
  • Alzheimer’s Disease – Ten Warning Signs
    • Alzheimer’s Disease – What to Expect
  • Alzheimer’s Disease – Reducing Caregiver Stress

Visit CHEP online @

Settlement Agreement Community Workshop

There will be a community workshop held at the Listuguj Community Development Center (Bingo Hall) on Tuesday January 21, 2014 and the topic of discussion will be the Proposed Settlement Agreement. Community members will be able to engage in discussion, ask any questions or express any concerns that they may have on this matter.

A soup and sandwich lunch will be served beginning at 12 P.M. with Settlement Agreement discussion to follow.

So we hope to see you all attend to have a nice lunch, ask questions and get some information.

If you have any concerns please feel free to contact:

Mike Isaac, Communications Officer


Fuel Tax Update From Collectiva

Here is a fuel tax update form Collectiva which gives a new date for the release of funds.

For any additional information please feel free to contact Collectiva at the number found in the document.

Fuel Tax Update Jan 7, 2014

Settlement Agreement Meeting Postponed

The Settlement Agreement community meeting held at the Listuguj Community Development Center (Bingo Hall)  on Thursday January 9, 2014 is postponed to a later date.

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.