Innergex Sport Excellence Program Sponsorship Recipients

The Innergex Sport Excellence Program received Nominations and are proud to announce that nine athletes from the three communities have been selected for a sponsorship:




Anastacia Bradstreet – Hockey

Duke Barnaby – Hockey

Hannah Vicaire – Rugby

Nicholas Duguay – Basketball

Tayla Larocque – Gymnastics



Joshua Jerome Bradstreet – Hockey

Ted Jerome – Basketball



Enrick Dube – Hockey

Mathieu Jeannotte – Hockey


We hope this program helps young people achieve success in their sport and promote a healthy lifestyle.

Black Bear Program

Black Bear Course – for Ages 17-19  Designed for Indigenous youth living in Atlantic Canada, Quebec, Nunavut or North Eastern Ontario

A unique summer employment program that combines Aboriginal culture and teachings with basic military training.

Apply on line  or email for more information

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Request for Proposal: Education

The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit proposals from a qualified consultant or consulting firm to complete the initial phases of the project, which in turn will facilitate the development and implementation of a Governance Structure for Education inclusive of Adult Education and the Employment and Training sector.


Click here to read the full document.


For additional information please contact the Listuguj Education & Training directorate at 418-788-2248




Request for Proposal: Mi'gmaq Language Curriculum


Lorna Sook

Director – Education, Training and Employment

Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government

1 Riverside West


Request for Proposal

Project: Mi’gmaq Language Curriculum

Deadline: February 10, 2017 at 4pm ATL


Summary and Background

The purpose of this Request for Proposals is to solicit proposals from a qualified consultant for the development of curriculum as well as the development of curriculum material and/or the acquisition of curriculum material for the Mi’gmaq Immersion Programs.

Project Purpose and Description

The purpose of the project is to provide the necessary support to the teaching staff through the development and/or acquisition of curriculum material for course delivery.

The individual would be asked to: Conduct research, facilitate working groups in content development: Develop the structure, content and objectives of new courses; Provide ongoing professional development, training and consultative services to teachers and other professionals; and may administer specialized testing and assessment programs

Project Timeline:

February 13, 2017 through June 30, 2017

Qualifications & Requirements

Fluency in Mi’gmaq

Bachelor’s degree in education

Master’s degree in education may be required

Specialized training or certification in curriculum development

Experience in curriculum development

Work independently and as part of a team, balancing multiple priorities

Excellent written and oral communication

Important Community Announcement: LMDC Funding

Important Community Announcement

Listuguj: October 28, 2016:

The LMDC wishes to inform the community that all available employment and training funds have been committed for this fiscal year.

Clients who are currently participating in an employment or training measure are not affected. All payments will be processed according to the signed agreements. The LMDC will continue to take new applications, to be processed should more funds become available by the Government of Canada.

The LMDC will continue to provide Career and Employment Counseling Services to all community members. As well, Support Services will continue for all existing Clients.

The LMDC will communicate with Emploi-Québec for the procedure to refer Clients to the Centre locale d’emploi (CLE), for funding applications. Once authorization is received, the community will be notified.

For more information contact Jennifer L. Metallic at 418-788-1347


The Government of Canada, through the signing of Human Resources Development agreements with Aboriginal People, have been contributing at the same level of funding since 1996. No considerations have been made for increases in population, training costs, minimum wage, operations expenses, etc.