Public Notice – Lane Closure on JC Van Horne Bridge

The Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government wishes to advise community members that there will be a lane closure on the JC Van Horne Bridge for repair work during the following period:

  • From Monday July 20, 2020 to Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Note that this does not change the NB Border Access Control Measures currently in place at the Campbellton side of the JC Van Horne Bridge.

During this period, a single lane will remain open with alternative traffic directed by temporary traffic lights or flag-persons.  Motorists should expect short delays. These closures will not affect cyclists or pedestrians, one sidewalk will remain open at all times. The schedule may change depending on weather conditions.

The LMG encourages community members to exercise caution when travelling on the bridge.

Medical Taxi Service Affected by JC Van Horne Bridge Construction

Due to construction on the JC Van Horne Bridge, wait time on the bridge is approximately 30 minutes. Medical Transportation is requesting that you call in advance at lease 1 hour before any appointments in Campbellton to ensure that you arrive on time.

Mask Reminder to Older Community Members


Elder, Roger Isaac, wearing a handmade face covering

The Listuguj Adult and Elderly Care program would like to remind our older community members that masks need to be worn in indoor spaces, grocery stores, banks, pharmacies and businesses as of July 18th. Here is our community member Roger Isaac who is wearing a handmade face covering.

To ensure maximum protection of yourself and others, please take a moment to learn how to properly use a non-medical mask. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to put on a non-medical mask or face covering.

Click here to learn how to make your own cloth face covering, which includes a few options.

Chief Darcy Gray’s Response to Recent NB Announcement




Chief Darcy Gray’s Response to Recent NB Announcement


Friday, July 17, 2020 – The Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government (LMG) is encouraged by the Premiers’ ongoing discussions surrounding the expansion of the ‘Atlantic Bubble’ and the Government of New Brunswick’s recent announcement of possibly ‘twinning’ with our community. Listuguj community members and residents have been patient and understanding throughout this process. As restrictions begin to lessen, allowing for inter-provincial travel between NB, NS, PEI, and NL, it is time to move on beyond the current restrictions imposed on Listugujewaq and Listuguj residents. We are optimistic that access will be possible as we continue to have no actives cases of COVID-19 within Gespe’gewa’gi. Soon we will be reunited with our families and loved ones once again and be able to access affordable grocery options and essential services across the river.


“For each of us, our number one concern has always been the safety of our People. Based on my recent discussions with Premier Higgs, I’m hopeful we can find a way forward. For that to happen, we must be willing to collaborate, have open dialogue and lead with humanity in mind. These are the fundamental principles our ‘new normal’ should be founded on, including recognizing Mi’gmaq inherent rights and rights protected in treaty, as we are the original inhabitants of these lands. Certainly, I’m concerned about the impact these restrictions will have on our relationship with our regional neighbours. Hopefully, from here on, decisions will be made with meaningful consultation, which includes consideration for our needs in accessing our territories. As a region, we cannot afford to turn back the clock on the progress we’ve made together so far,” says Chief Darcy Gray.


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For more information, please contact:

Hilary Barnaby, Acting Communications Manager

Important Message from Capital & Infrastructure

Please note that everyone who has an application for a house repair must make an appointment to update their application due to the implementation of the new Repairs Policy. Please contact Repairs at 418-788-3022 to schedule an appointment.



WEDNESDAY, JULY 29th, 2020


To update your application, it is mandatory that you bring:

  1. A proof of income (ex: T4);
  2. Your Notice of Assessment;
  3. The Notice of Assessment of your spouse or common-law partner, if applicable and living at the same address.


Your collaboration will greatly contribute to helping Capital and Infrastructure provide efficient and fair repair services for our community. Wela’lieg.


Request for Proposal – Healing Arbour

We would like to invite head carpenters to submit a proposal to construct the Healing Arbour near the former Busteed House as shown in the sketches linked below.

The proposal must include the following items:

  1. Price for construction work (Not Including Material) to include the following :
  • Loading and offloading material
  • Construction of post holes for foundation
  • Perform all the carpentry work to complete the work as per the sketch

2. Project Duration


Please submit your proposal to no later than July 17, 2020.


Arbour Sketches



Medical Taxi Update

On Wednesday, July 15, 2020 Medical Taxi will not be in service from 8:00 am to 9:30 am. Service will resume at 10:00 am.
Medical Taxi will also not be in service from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Thanking you in advance on this matter. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
Medical Transportation Program

Community Notice – Wearing Masks in Public

The Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government would like to inform community members and residents that starting Saturday, July 18th, it will be mandatory to wear a mask in indoor spaces, grocery stores, banks, pharmacies, and businesses. This new measure will be in effect until further notice.

To help you prepare, we would like to once again share the following resources:

  1. To ensure maximum protection of yourself and others, please take a moment to learn how to properly use a non-medical mask. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to put on a non-medical mask or face covering.
  2. Click here to learn how to make your own cloth face covering, which includes a few options.

Community Notice – Administration Building

Due to the upcoming construction holiday in Quebec, we are anticipating an increase in travel throughout our region. As a precaution, we ask that all community members and residents accessing services at the band office make an appointment before visiting. Appointments can be made directly with the person you intend to meet. Our staff will provide you with further instruction before your arrival.

Public Notice – Listuguj Community Health Services

The Listuguj Community Health Services is pleased to announce the Health Center will ‘open’ beginning on July 13, 2020.  Because we are still in the ‘first wave’ of the COVID-19 Pandemic, we have developed a number of precautionary safety measures to protect both the Public and our Staff Members.   These measures include: Public is […]