Emergency Numbers Throughout the Holidays

Notice to community members, here are the emergency contacts during the Holidays. For any emergency the LPD should be contacted at 418-788-2003 or 2334 (non-emergency). The Suicide Hotline will also be available at 506-789-3800, along with the number for Social services 1-800-463-0629 (landlines) or 418-368-1803 (cell phones). 

We encourage everyone to have a safe and festive holidays.

Yoga in Listuguj

Yoga Sessions will start Thursday December 4, there will be 2 sessions per week, Monday and Thursday at noon at the Youth Center. Classes will be offered till Spring 2015.

 A small fee of $20 per month is being requested to help offset our costs and will be used for more activities for our Youth.

 For the month of December, Yoga Classes will be held on December 8, 11, 15 and the 18th


For more information please feel free to contact Sheila Swasson at 418-788-5544

Invitation to all the CommunityMembers of Listuguj & Pointe-a-la-Croix

The Harmony project is inviting you for the 11th year to decorate your homes for the holidays. In 2014 three prizes will be given for each community for the first three places.

 Judges will be going through the streets during the evenings the week of December 15, 2014.

This year again a participation prize for a random draw of a house on a street drawn and the rest of the community for regular prize #1# 2 #3 winners.

  The Jury is composed of Elders and Youth from both communities accompanied by Chief and Mayor along with council members.


For more information 

Contact: Pierre (Peter) Vicaire


Message From Chief Gilbert Whiteduck

Kwey good afternoon Chief Martin,


I am pleased to bring greetings from the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg Band Council to you and your Band Council. 


The Kitigan Zibi community is going through a similar process although we have not yet gotten down to the wording for the settlement offer. We have an offer to settle some 24 spec. claims as a global settlement. That being said, we understand that you have been able to confirm wording that does not include the issue of extinguishment of land or silencing of rights. This is most interesting and very ground breaking from our point of view.

Would it be possible for you to email me a copy of the proposed settlement agreement that has been circulated to your membership? We are interested in the wording and would agree not to circulate the document should you agree to send it to us.


Chief Gilbert W. Whiteduck
Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg


Click here to view the official letter from Chief Gilbert Whiteduck






Introducing John Alexander Director of Finance

John Alexander grew up in Fredericton and attended Mount Allison University where he met his fiancé Alexa Elias.  After a brief stint in Saint John, John, Alexa and their son Charles moved to Northern New Brunswick to work for the local accounting firm in early 2013.  John, Alexa and Charles currently reside in Dalhousie. 

After graduating from Mount Allison University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Commerce degree, John was subsequently hired by Pricewaterhouse Coopers in the auditing division.  John passed the Uniform Evaluation, the dreaded 13 hour comprehensive final examination in 2013 with the highest mark in Eastern Canada, winning the 2013 Governor General’s Gold Medal Award, placing on the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants Honor Roll as well as the Atlantic School of Chartered Accountancy David Hope Honor Roll.  John officially completed his professional experience portion of the Chartered Accountant designation in July 2014 and became a member of the Chartered Professional Accountants in September 2014. 

John was working on the Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government audit as an auditor when the position of Director of Finance became available.  “It was an incredible opportunity for me even though I knew it would be a lot of work.  I wouldn’t have taken this job if I didn’t think I could make a difference” said John.   During his time in public accounting, John has gained experience in the Public sector, Private sector, First Nation and Paper and Pulp industries. 

His goals are to bring stability to the financial situation at the Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government and increase the effectiveness of the services provided to the community.   

“To be given an opportunity to work for the Listuguj First Nation is an honor I do not take for granted.  There is so much potential in this community”– John Alexander



AV Group in partnership with the Listuguj Mi’Gmaq Government


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Press Release
For immediate release
November 7, 2014



It is with great pleasure that AV Group in partnership with the Listuguj Mi’Gmaq Government,  announce the signing of a new five year  multi level cooperation agreement.

Within this agreement there will be increases in productivity which will advance the AV Group along with the Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government, it will create opportunity for expansion of products and services in the long term all while utilizing the local economy to help strengthen  the AV Group, the Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government and the surrounding area.

“Our focus is on improving and extending our relationships in a way in which there are multiple benefits for the stakeholders and the wider communities is good for all of us and Canada” – Chief Scott Martin

The AV Group appreciates and values the long term working relationship that we have had with the Listuguj Mi’gmaq and is pleased to see that relationship strengthened with the signing of this new five year agreement.  We look forward to exploring other opportunities that we may jointly pursue for our respective benefit and that of the surrounding communities.  – President & CEO AV Group Alan HItzroth

The renewal of this partnership agreement represents a continuation of a long standing business partnership that started in 2003 at the AV Cell Pulpmill in Atholville , New Brunswick.  This new agreement will continue existing business partnerships, and build on a number of new initiatives aimed at increasing employment and long term benefit for the community of Listuguj.


Community Notice – Garbage Removal



 The Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government would like to remind the community that Residential Garbage Pickup is once a week. Effective immediately; 


From 8am to 5pm


Therefore the LMG Public Works department is asking for your assistance to respect this schedule.

There will be no further curb side pickup of residential garbage except at the designated time.


For your convenience the transfer station is open from;

 Monday to Friday from

8 am to 5 pm



Jody Mitchell

Director of Capital & Infrastructure


No Access to Driveways on Dundee Road

There will be no access to residential driveways starting Tuesday night until Friday night.  All vehicles need to either park on the side streets such as Isaac lane or closest one to their entrance, or the bingo hall also remains available to residents for parking.  MAMU Construction will be preparing the road for new curbs starting tomorrow and concrete pouring will commence Wednesday morning.  Work will be carried out until Friday evening when they will be able to return their vehicles to their residences.  They cannot park on the side of the road in front of their homes as operators need access to all parts of the road.




We apologize for the inconvenience, and if they have any questions or concerns, they can contact me, Melissa Drapeau at 506-987-0299.

Chimney Cleaning Service

The Listuguj Fire Department will be conducting free chimney cleaning services to the community of Listuguj. 

If you have any questions or want to have your name placed on the list for a free chimney cleaning please call the Listuguj Police Department at 418-788-2334.

New Working While on Claim Pilot Project

The new Employment Insurance (EI) Working While on Claim pilot project is a way to help individuals like you stay connected with the labor market. The pilot project will change the way we deduct earnings from your EI benefits to ensure you always benefit from accepting work, since it is an important way to find a permanent job.


For more information please visit the following link: