Répertoire d’Affaires et des Communautés Autochtones Québec-Labrador - Édition 2022-2023

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EDITION RÉPERTOIRE D’AFFAIRES ET DES COMMUNAUTÉS AUTOCHTONES QUÉBEC-laBrador AbORIgINAl bUSINESS AND COMMUNITIES DIRECTORy www.quebecautochtone.net www.aboriginalquebec.net ENTREPRISES ET ORGANISMES AUTOCHTONES ABORIGINAL BUSINESSES AND ORGANIZATIONS SECTION LABRADOR / MARITIMES LABRADOR / MARITIMES SECTION SECTION QUÉBEC QUEBEC SECTION FREE to All BusinessesAboriginal ! GRATUIT auxAutochtonesEntreprises ! 2022-2023

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Autochtones

Premières Nations

Nations

Abénakis

Algonquins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Atikamekw 75 Cris - Crees 85

Hurons-Wendat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121

Innus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129

Inuit 155 Malécites 185

Micmacs / Mi’kmaq . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189

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section Atlantique / Labrador/ maritimes Atlantic / Labrador/ maritimes section 217

section Affaires - Québec / Business section - Quebec Listes des Entreprises et Organismes Autochtones 309 Aboriginal Businesses and Organizations List

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section Affaires / Business section Atlantic / Labrador/ maritimes

Liste des annonceurs

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Assemblée des Premières Nations Québec-Labrador

Au nom de l’Assemblée des Premières Nations Québec-Labrador (APNQL), il me fait plaisir d’apporter ma participation à cette nouvelle édition du Répertoire d’affaires et des communautés autochtones Québec-Labrador 2022-23.

Cette année sera remplie d’opportunités de partage et de rayonnement pour le milieu d’affaires autochtones notamment avec la tenue de divers cercles économiques régionaux émanant du Grand cercle économique des Peuples autochtones et du Québec qui a eu lieu en novembre 2021. Le développement économique est une priorité pour assurer la prospérité sociale et durable de nos populations. Les nombreuses occasions d’affaires voient naître des initiatives pour stimuler la croissance et la réconciliation économique de nos Nations.

Par son soutien au milieu économique des Premières Nations, la Commission de développement économique des Premières Nations du Québec et du Labrador (CDEPNQL) se démarque par la qualité et la valeur ajoutée de ses réalisations et de ses services en vue de contribuer à l’essor socio-économique des Premières Nations. Je vous invite à ne pas hésiter à solliciter leur aide.

Dans la Paix et l’Amitié, Ghislain Picard, Chef de l’APNQL

On behalf of the Assembly of First Nations Quebec-Labrador (AFNQL), I am pleased to contribute to this new edition of the Quebec-Labrador Business and Indigenous Communities Directory 2022-23.

This year will be filled with opportunities for sharing and outreach for the Indigenous business community, in particular with the organisation of various regional economic circles originating from the Grand Economic Circle of Indigenous Peoples and Quebec, which took place in November 2021. Economic development is a priority to ensure the social and sustainable prosperity of our populations. The many business opportunities are giving rise to initiatives to stimulate the growth and economic reconciliation of our Nations.

Through its support for the First Nations economic community, the First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Economic Development Commission (FNQLEDC) stands out for the quality and added value of its achievements and services in order to contribute to the socio-economics development of First Nations. I invite you not to hesitate to ask for their support.

In Peace and Friendship, Ghislain Picard, Chief of the AFNQL

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Un Message de l’Éditeur

Voici votre nouvelle édition du Répertoire d’Affaires et des Communautés Autochtones Québec-Labrador ; vous y retrouverez de l’information stratégique sur toutes les communautés Autochtones, les entreprises et les organismes des Premières Nations situés au Québec, Labrador et les Maritimes. Nous vous invitons à profiter de ces informations pour développer et consolider vos relations d'affaires en milieu autochtone ; les commerçants, entrepreneurs et professionnels de la communauté d’affaires des Premières Nations vous offrent leurs produits et services afin de réaliser des occasions d’affaires et des ententes commerciales stratégiques et profitables pour tous !

Je voudrais remercier bien spécialement chacun de nos annonceurs pour leur appui et pour leur participation. Sans vous, cette publication ne pourrait exister car nous ne bénéficions d'aucune subvention ni programme pour sa réalisation et sa distribution. Cette initiative, 100% autochtone, est autofinancéechaque année pour le bénéfice de l’ensemble de la collectivité d’affaires autochtone !

Merci à tous pour votre considération envers notre média- Meegwetch! Visitez-nous aussi en ligne ici: www.quebecautochtone.net

A Message from the Publisher

Here is your new edition of the Quebec-Labrador Aboriginal Business and Communities Directory; you will find strategic information on all Aboriginal communities, businesses and First Nations organizations located in Quebec, Labrador and the Maritimes. We invite you to take advantage of this information to develop and consolidate your Aboriginal business relationships; the traders, entrepreneurs and professionals from the First Nations business network offer you their products and services in order to achieve business opportunities, strategic and profitable commercial agreements for all!

I would like to especially thank each of our advertisers for their support and for their participation. Without you, this publication simply could not exist as we do not benefit from any grant or program for its production and distribution. This 100% Indigenous initiative is self-funded each year, for the benefit of the entire Indigenous business community!

Thank you all for your consideration in our media – Meegwetch!

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Statistiques de population Population statistics

NATIONS

Abénakis

Odanak 2462

Wôlinak 351

Algonquins

Barriere Lake 791

Kebaowek First Nation 994

Kitcisakik 494

Kitigan Zibi 3241

Lac-Simon 2153

Pikogan 1059

Timiskaming 2132

Winneway 865

Wolf Lake 232 Total

Atikamekw

11961

Manawan 2906

Opitciwan 2955

Wemotaci 1922

Total

Cris / Crees

7783

Chisasibi 4604

Eastmain 833

Mistissini 3903

Némaska 858

Oujé-Bougoumou 906

Waskaganish 2977

Waswanipi 2410

Wemindji 1541

Whapmagoostui 1002

Total

Hurons-Wendat

19034

Wendake 4040 Total

Innus

4040

Betsiamites 3948

Essipit 746 La Romaine 1180

Mashteuiatsh 6619

Matimekush-Lac John 986

Mingan 633

Natashquan 1118

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Malécites

Micmacs

Mohawks

Naskapis

Indiens

Inuit

Akulivik

Aupaluk

Chisasibi

Inukjuak

Ivujivik 371 Kangiqsualujjuaq 896

Kangiqsujuaq 754 Kangirsuk 593

Killiniq 36 Kuujjuaq 2120 Kuujjuarapik 675

Puvirnituq 1676

Quaqtaq

Salluit 1506

Tasiujaq

Umiujaq

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Cacouna 1188 Total * 1188
Gaspé 785 Gesgapegiag 1501 Listuguj 4021 Total * 6307
Kahnawake 10982 Kanesatake 2513 Total * 13495
Kawawachikamach 1356 Total ** 1356
inscrits / Status Indians
663
210
90
1775
410
328
465 Total ** 12568 NATIONS
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THE ABENAKISTHE ABENAKIS

The Abenakis settled in Quebec between 1676 and 1680 in the Sillery region and lived on the banks of the Chaudière River near the falls for some twenty years before finally settling in Odanak and Wôlinak in the early 18th century. Their name comes form the words wabun (the light) and a’Ki (the earth), and means “People of the East“ or “People of the Morning“.

At this time, the Abenakis lived from hunting, trapping and fishing; they grew corn, beans, squash, potatoes and tobacco. They wove ash and sweet-grass baskets togather wild berries and boiled maple sap to make syrup.

During the wars between the French and the English, the Abenakis proved faithful allies to the French. It is said that one warrior named Assacumbuit killed more than 140 of the enemies of King Louis XIV, who knighted him.

’The Abénakis population has more than doubled over the past decade in their two communities of Quebec, Odanak and Wôlinak, which have a total area of a little less than 7km2. Both are mainly residential communities and located near the cities of Trois-Rivières and Sorel.

The development of touristic projects enables the Abenakis to preserve their culture and traditions while supporting their economic development.

Since 1960, the Odanak Historical Society manages one of the most important Native museum in Quebec, a few kilometers from the Montreal-Quebec corridor; the Abenaki Museum welcomes over 20,000 visitors each year. Basketry and other traditional arts and crafts generate important economic fallouts for the members of the two communities. Many Abenakis businesses are successfull and they employ many Native and Non-Native workers in both communities; the Abénakis are recognized for their entrepreneurial spirit as well as for the many partnerships they have developed over the years with Aboriginals and Non-Aboriginals businesses.

Abenaki celebrities include filmaker Alanis O’Bomsawin (NFB), singer Sylvie Bernard and former CBC announcer Jean-Paul Nolet.

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LES ABÉNAKISLES ABÉNAKIS

Les Abénakis se sont établis au Québec entre 1676 et 1680 dans la région de Sillery et ont par la suite vécu pendant une vingtaine d’années sur les rives de la rivière Chaudière, à la hauteur des chutes, avant de se fixer à Odanak et à Wôlinak au début du XVIIIe siècle. Leur nom d’origine est dérivé des termes wabun (la lumière) et a’Ki (la terre), qui signifient «peuple du matin» ou «peuple de l’Est ».

À cette époque, les Abénakis pratiquent une économie de subsistance basée sur la chasse, la pêche, la trappe, la cueillette de petits fruits ainsi que sur l’agriculture du maïs, des haricots, des courges, des pommes de terre et du tabac. Ils confectionnent des paniers tressés de frêne et de foin d’odeur pour la cueillette de baies sauvages et font bouillir la sève des érables pour faire du sirop.

Lors des guerres franco-anglaises, les Abénakis s’allient aux Français. Une anecdote tirée de cet épisode relate l’histoire d’un guerrier dénommée Assacumbuit qui aurait tué à lui seul plus de 140 ennemis du roi XIV, qui le reçut au rang de chevalier.

La population Abénaki a plus que doublé au cours de la dernière décennie au sein de leurs deux communautés au Québec, Odanak et Wôlinak, dont les superficies totalisent un peu moins de 7km2. Les deux communautés sont à vocation majoritairement résidentielle et sont situées près des villes de Trois-Rivières et de Sorel.

Le développement de projets à vocation touristique permet aux Abénakis de favoriser leur économie tout en préservant leur culture et leurs traditions.

Depuis 1960, la Société historique d'Odanak gère l'un des plus importants musée autochtone du Québec, à quelques kilomètres du corridor Montréal-Québec; le Musée des Abénakis accueille chaque année plus de 20 000 visiteurs. La vannerie et d'autres arts et métiers traditionnels génèrent d'importantes retombées économiques pour les membres des deux communautés. De nombreuses entreprises Abénakises réussissent et emploient de nombreux travailleurs autochtones et non autochtones dans les deux communautés; les Abénakis sont reconnus pour leur esprit entrepreneurial ainsi que pour les nombreux partenariats qu'ils ont développés au fil des ans avec des entreprises autochtones et nonautochtones.

Parmi les personnalites abenaquises connues, on peut citer la cineaste Alanis Obomsawin (ONF), la chanteuse Sylvie Bernard et l’ex-animateur de Radio-Canada Jean-Paul Nolet.

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Abénakis

Odanak

Agence Asban Numérique: 30, rue Waban-Aki, Odanak (Québec) J0G 1H0( (450) 880-1087

Alnôbak Danseurs, 2007, Tolba, Odanak, (Québec), J0G 1H0 (450) 568-5861(450) 568-5341

Boutique Miguen : 1057, rue Awassos, Odanak (Québec) J0G 1H0 (450) 568.6562

Brocante Odanak 2001, rue Tolba, Odanak (Québec) J0G 1H0 (819) 801.8791

Centre Culturel Wanaskaodemek, 104, Sibosis, Odanak, (Québec), J0G 1H0 (450) 568-2810(450) 568-3553

Centre de santé d’Odanak, 105, Sibosis, Odanak, (Québec), J0G 1H0 (450) 568-6766(450) 568-6017

Commission Locale des Premières Nations d’Odanak, 104, Sibosis, Odanak, (Québec), J0G 1H0 (450) 568-2810(450) 568-3553

Conseil des Abénakis d’Odanak, 104, rue Sibosis, Odanak, (Québec), J0G 1H0 (450) 568-2810(450) 568-3553

Corps de Police des Abénakis (CPDA), 2421, Asban, Odanak, (Québec), J0G 1H0 (450) 568-3733(450) 568-2772

CPE Aw8ssisak, 106, Sibosis, Odanak, (Québec), J0G 1H0 (450) 568-0237

Dépan-O-Gaz Nimôwon, 1110, Marice-Victorin, Odanak, (Québec), J0G 1H0 (450) 568-0777

Entreprise Odanak, 2425, Asban, Odanak, (Québec), J0G 1H0 (450) 880-2504 Essengiciel, 2003, Tolba, Odanak, (Québec), J0G 1H0 (450) 568-0138(450) 568-0138

Fromagerie Odanak 1099, route Marie-Victorin, Odanak (Québec) J0G 1H0 (450) 568.3323

GP Auto Électrique, 279, Waban-Aki, Odanak, (Québec), J0G 1H0 (450) 568-2575

JAW’s Hair and Nails 74, rue Waban-Aki, Odanak (Québec) J0G 1H0 (450) 881.2190

Joyce Panadis - Artiste, 306, Waban-Aki, Odanak, (Québec), J0G 1H0 (450) 568-7009

La plume Blanche, Artisanat des Premières Nations,298, rue Waban-Aki, Odanak (Québec) J0G 1H0 (450) 568.7261

Le Savonneux, 1101, Marie-Victorin, Odanak, (Québec), J0G 1H0 (450) 568-6910

Lutherie Waban-aki, 2003, rue Tolba, Odanak, (Québec), J0G 1H0 (450) 568-0138

Maison des Ainés Kchaiak, 120, Waban-Aki, Odanak, (Québec), J0G 1H0 (450) 568-7064

MC Pièces d’auto/Les docteurs du pneu 46, rue Waban-Aki, Odanak (Québec) J0G 1H0(450) 568.0243

Mécano Flam, 107, Sibosis, Odanak, (Québec), J0G 1H0 (450) 568-0249 Motel Industriel, 1245, Route Marie-Victorin Odanak (Québec) J0G 1H0 (450) 568-2810

Musée des Abénakis d’Odanak, 108, rue Waban-Aki, Odanak, (Québec), J0G 1H0 (450) 568-2600(450) 568-5959 Piscine d’Odanak, 278, Waban-Aki, Odanak, (Québec), J0G 1H0 (450) 568-3066 Pizzéria Resto Rapide 1099, route Marie-Victorin, Odanak (Québec) J0G 1H0 (450) 568.3777 Presbytère d’Odanak, 1003, Awassos, Odanak, (Québec), J0G 1H0

Remorquage Patrick Verville, 295, rue Sainte-Anne, St-François-du-Lac, (Québec) J0G 1M0 (450) 568.2167 Salle Familiale, 1100, route Marie-Victorin, Odanak, (Québec), J0G 1H0 (450) 568-0515

Salon Silki, 2, Managuan, Odanak, (Québec), J0G 1H0 (450) 568-2511 Transport D.S.D. Inc., 30, Waban-Aki, Odanak, (Québec), J0G 1H0 (450) 568-5151(450) 568-0170

Wanaska Wabanaki, 71, Waban-Aki, Odanak, (Québec), J0G 1H0 (450) 568-0587

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Abénakis Odanak

Territoire :

Communauté d’Odanak

Situation géographique :

La communauté est située en bordure de la rivière Saint-François, à 32 kilomètres à l’est de Sorel.

Superficie : 607,02 hectares

Population : 2 462

Principales langues parlées :

Abénaki, français, anglais

Gouvernement :

Conseil des Abénakis d'Odanak 104, rue Sibosis, Odanak, Québec J0G 1H0 Tél: (450) 568-2810 Fax: (450) 568-3553 https://caodanak.com https://gcnwa.com

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, commerces et services, secteur manufacturier, foresterie, construction, tourisme.

Commerces et services :

Art et artisanat, bureau de poste, confection de vêtements, dépanneur, manufacture de tabac.

Infrastructure :

Accès : la communauté est accessible par la route 132, la route 143 ou la route 226. Réseau routier : 1 330 mètres de routes en gravier et 6 020 mètres en asphalte. Nombre de maison : 186

Territory:

Community of Odanak

Geographical location:

The community is located beside the Saint-François River, 32 km east of Sorel.

Area: 607.02 hectares

Population: 2,462

Principal languages spoken: Abenaki, French, English

Government:

Conseil des Abénakis d'Odanak 104, rue Sibosis, Odanak, Quebec J0G 1H0 Tel: (450) 568-2810 Fax: (450) 568-3553 https://caodanak.com https://gcnwa.com

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, businesses and services, manufacturing sector, forestry, construction, tourism.

Businesses and services: Arts and handicrafts, post office, convenience store, taxi, tobacco manufacturer.

Infrastructure:

Access: Highway 132, 143 and 226 provide access to the community. Road network: 1,330 metres of gravel road and 6,020 metres of paved road. Number of houses: 186

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Wôlinak

Acier Mécanitec, 10275, rue Leblanc, Local 123, Wôlinak, (Québec), G0X 1B0 (819) 609-0345

Artisanat Wnegigw, 4850, rue Mikowa, Wôlinak, (Québec), G0X 1B0 (819) 294-9791(819) 294-9791

Bibliothèque Maskwa, 10120, rue Kolipaïo, Wôlinak, (Québec), G0X 1B0 (819) 294-4385

Centre de Santé Wôlinak, 10120, rue Kolipaio, Wôlinak, (Québec), G0X 1B0 (819) 294-6699(819) 294-6699

Conseil des Abénakis de Wôlinak, 10120, rue Kolipaio, Wôlinak, (Québec), G0X 1B0(819) 294-6696(819) 294-6697

Corps de Police des Abénakis - Point de Service Wôlinak, 10120 rue Kolipaio, Wôlinak, (Québec), G0X 1B0 (450) 568-3733(819) 294-4178

Dépanneur 6 à 11 enr., 10525, rue Leblanc, Wôlinak, (Québec), G0X 1B0 (819) 294-2828

Formule Fitness, 4790, rue Mikowa, Wôlinak, (Québec), G0X 1B0 (819) 294-7727

Général Fibre de Verre enr., 10175, rue Leblanc, Wôlinak, (Québec), G0X 1B0 (819) 294-9849(819) 294-2638

Grand Conseil de la Nation Waban-Aki (Le), 10175, rue Kolipaïo, Wôlinak, (Québec), G0X 1B0(819) 294-1686(819) 294-1689

Journal Mikw8baït, 10175, rue Kolipaio, Wôlinak, (Québec), G0X 1B0 (819) 294-1686(819) 294-1689

Menuiserie Gilles Labarre enr., 10275, rue Leblanc, Wôlinak, (Québec), G0X 1B0 (819) 294-6144(819) 294-6144

Petite Chapelle Ste-Thérese, 10110 rue Kolipaïo, Wôlinak, (Québec), G0X 1B0 (819) 294-6696

Plumes et Pacotilles, 10525A, rue Leblanc, Wôlinak, (Québec), G0X 1B0 (819) 294-9110

Radio CKBN, 10275, rue Leblanc, Wôlinak, (Québec), G0X 1B0 (819) 294-2526(819) 294-2527

Résidence Au Soleil Levant, 11000, chemin Du Saint-Laurant, Bécancour, (Québec), G9H 3E9(819) 294-1161(819) 294-1165

Traiteur W, 10275, rue Leblanc, Local 102, Wôlinak, (Québec), G0X 1B0 (819) 294-6696(819) 294-6697

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Abénakis

Wôlinak

Territoire :

Première Nation de Wôlinak

Situation géographique :

La communauté est située en bordure de la rivière Bécancour, à 20 kilomètres au sud-est de Trois-Rivières.

Superficie : 79 hectares

Population : 351

Gouvernement :

Conseil de Bande de Wôlinak 10120, rue Kolipaio, Wôlinak Québec G0X 1B0 Tél: (819) 294-6696 Fax: (819) 294-6697

Principales langues parlée : Abénaquis, français, anglais

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, commerces et services, secteur manufacturier, construction, usine de produits plastiques.

Commerces et services :

Art et artisanat, atelier de fibre de verre, garage de mécanique générale, formation en informatique, résidence pour personnes âgées, dépanneur, fabrication de canots, horticulture, chapelle, multiplex et centre de santé.

Infrastructure :

Accès : la communauté est accessible par les autoroutes 30 et 55. Réseau routier : 600 mètres de routes en gravier et 1 250 mètres en asphalte. Nombre de maisons : 100

Territory:

First Nation of Wôlinak

Geographical location:

The community is located beside the Bécancour River, 20 km southeast of Trois-Rivières.

Area: 79 hectares Population: 351

Principal languages spoken: Abenaki, French, English

Government:

Conseil de Bande de Wôlinak 10120, rue Kolipaio, Wôlinak Quebec G0X 1B0 Tel: (819) 294-6696 Fax: (819) 294-6697

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, businesses and services, outfitting, construction, plastic products manufactory.

Businesses and services:

Arts and handicrafts, automobile repairs, retirement home, computer training, canoe making, construction, convenience store, fibreglass workshop, horticulture, church, multiplex and health centre.

Infrastructure:

Access: Highways 30 and 55, provides access to the community. Road network: 600 metres of gravel road and 1,250 metres of paved road. Number of houses: 100

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THE ALGONQUINSTHE ALGONQUINS

The Algonquins usually call themselves, “Anishinabeg“, which means “The People“. Their language would be closely related to, amoung others, the Abenakis, Ojibwe, Saulteaux, Pequot etc. as it is known that the Algonkian language is the widest First Nation Language in the Americas.

Before being forced to permanently settle in the Outaouais region, the Algonquins lived a nomadic lifestyle through hunting and fishing that was in tune with nature. Before the arrival of the Europeans, a system of trade also existed between the Algonquins and other nations. An example is that they would trade meat, hides and other products in exchange for tobacco, corn, beans and squash with the Iroquois. The Algonquins also traded with the Hurons, exchanging pelts and game for corn and fishing nets. After the arrival of the Europeans, they traded for tools ustensils and clothes.

In the 19th century, forestry operations devastated the Algonquin’s hunting grounds along the Ottawa and Gatineau rivers. This trend also resulted in the confiscation of what was left of their trap lines. This resulted in a number of communities moving farther north.

The acquisition of firearms and iron traps ushered in an era of prosperity among the Algonqins. Hunting became easier and the fur trade brought in considerable material wealth. Their lifestyle underwent profound changes: fabric replaced birch barks in tents and pelts in clothing. The Algonquins became dependant on trade with the Europeans in spite of themselves.

In the 19th century, forestry operations devastated the Algonquin’s hunting grounds along the Ottawa and Gatineau rivers. As a result, they moved farther north.

Today, some 4,500 of the 7,747 Algonquins live in nine communities in the Outaouais and Abitibi-Témiscamingue regions, of wich Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg is the largest. Many services are provided in these communities; such as education, health and social services and many small businesses are operating in the construction, forestry and transport sectors, among others. The band council administers police services for the community under an agreement signed with the Quebec and Canadian governments in 1992.

The Algonquin Council of Western Quebec, who was founded in 1980 to protect the interests of the Algonquin nation, is now represented by the “Algonquin Nation Programs and Services Secretariat”, wich represents the communities of Wolf Lake, Barriere Lake and Timiskaming. The “Anishinabeg Algonquin Nation” serves the communities of Eagle Village-Kibaowek, Lac Simon, Abitibiwinni, Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg and Long Point.

Since 1991, the Algonquin Development Association provides financial support and advice to Algonquins who want to undertake business projects.

Two Algonquins have made their mark in the National Hockey league: John Chabot and Gino Odjick.

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Les Algonquins se désignent en tant qu’Anishinabeg, ce qui signifie «les vrais hommes ». Ils auraient vraisemblablement une parenté étroite avec les Abénaquis, dont la langue ressemble beaucoup à la leur.

Avant de s’installer définitivement dans l’Outaouais, les Algonquins ont vécu sur la rive nord du fleuve Saint-Laurent pendant près d’un siècle, de 1550 à 1650. Ils sont ensuite refoulés vers les hauteurs de l’Outaouais par les nations iroquoises. Les guerres avec les Iroquois affaiblissent considérablement les Algonquins qui sont forcés de se réfugier près des forts français. Une trêve est conclue en 1701.

Étant des sociétés nomades, bien que les Algonquins s’adonnent un peu à l’agriculture, ils sont avant tout des chasseurs-cueilleurs et des pêcheurs. Grâce au commerce qu’ils pratiquent surtout avec les Hurons, les Algonquins obtiennent du maïs et des filets pour la pêche, en échange de peaux et de gibiers. Ils pratiquent le troc avec les Européens dont ils se procurent des outils, des ustensiles et des vêtements.

L’acquisition d’armes à feu et de pièges de fer engendre une ère de prospérité chez les Algonquins. La chasse est plus facile et la traite des fourrures leur procure une aisance matérielle appréciable. Leur mode de vie subit d’importants changements: la toile supplante l’écorce de bouleau pour les tentes et les peaux pour les vêtements. Ce faisant, les Algonquins deviennent malgré eux tributaires du commerce avec les Européens.

Au XIXe siècle, l’exploitation forestière dévaste les territoires de chasse des Algonquins le long des rivières des Outaouais et de la Gatineau. Ils se replient vers le nord.

Aujourd’hui, environ 4 500 des 7 747 Algonquins résident en Outaouais et en Abitibi Témiscamingue dans neuf collectivités. Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg en est la plus populeuse. On y retrouve des services dans le domaine de l’éducation, de la santé et des services sociaux, ainsi que plusieurs petites entreprises oeuvrant entre autres dans les domaines de la construction, de la foresterie et du transport. Le conseil de bande administre les services policiers de la communauté, en vertu d’une entente signée avec le Québec et le Canada en 1992.

Le conseil des Algonquins de l’ouest du Québec, fondé en 1980 pour défendre les intérêts de la nation, est représenté maintenant par le «Secrétariat des programmes et services de la Nation Algonquine » qui regroupe les communautés de Wolf Lake, Barriere Lake et Timiskaming et par le «Nation algonquine Anishinabeg » qui dessert les communautés d’Eagle Village - Kibaowek, Lac-Simon, Abitibiwinni, Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg et Long Point.

Depuis 1991, l’Association de développement économique des Algonquins offre un appui financier et des conseils aux Algonquins qui veulent réaliser des projets d’affaires. Deux Algonquins ont fait leur marque dans la Ligue nationale de hockey: John Chabot et Gino Odjick.

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Algonquins of Barriere Lake, C.P. 74 General Delivery, Parc de la Vérendrye, Rapid Lake, (Québec), J0W 2C0 (819) 435-2181(819) 435-2191

General Delivery, Rapid Lake, (Québec), J0W 2C0 (819) 435-2181(819) 435-2191

Kitiganik Construction, C.P. 74 General Delivery, Parc de la Vérendrye, Rapid Lake (Qc) J0W 2C0 (819) 435-2181

Kitiganik Elementary School, C.P. 74 General Delivery, Parc de la Vérendrye, Rapid Lake (Qc) J0W 2C0 (819) 435-2181

Rapid Lake Clinic, General Delivery, Rapid Lake, (Québec), J0W 2C0 (819) 435-2100(819) 435-2103

Rapid Lake Public Works : C.P. 74 General Delivery, Parc de la Vérendrye, Rapid Lake (Qc) J0W 2C0 (819) 435-2181

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Algonquins

Territoire :

Communauté de Lac Rapide (Rapid-Lake)

Situation géographique :

La communauté est située à 134 kilomètres au nord de Maniwaki, sur la rive du réservoir Cabonga.

Superficie : 28 hectares Population : 791

Principales langues parlées : Algonquin, anglais

Gouvernement :

Algonquins of Barriere Lake General Delivery, Rapid Lake, Québec J0W 2C0 Tél: (819) 441-8005 Fax: (613) 837-7482 https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algonquins_de_Barriere_Lake http://www.anishinabenation.ca

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, piégeage, construction, foresterie.

Commerces et services :

Art et artisanat, bingo, services.

Infrastructure :

Accès : la communauté est accessible par la route 117 et un chemin forestier. Réseau routier : 7 880 mètres de route en gravier.

Nombre de maisons : 65

Barriere Lake

Territory:

Community of Rapid Lake (Lac-Rapide)

Geographical location:

The community is located 134 km north of Maniwaki, on the bank of the Cabonga Reservoir.

Area: 28 hectares Population: 791

Principal languages spoken: Algonquian, English Government:

Algonquins of Barriere Lake General Delivery, Rapid Lake, Québec J0W 2C0

Tél: (819) 441-8005 Fax: (613) 837-7482 https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algonquins_de_Barriere_Lake http://www.anishinabenation.ca

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, trapping, construction, forestry.

Businesses and services:

Arts and handicrafts, bingo, services.

Infrastructure:

Access: Highway 117 and a logging road provide access to the community. Road network: 7,880 metres of gravel road. Number of houses: 65

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Kebaowek First NationAlgonquins

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Drumbeat CKFF 104.1 FM – 106 Ogima Street, Kibaowek (Qc) J0Z 2H0 (819) 627-3455

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Kebaowek

Kebaowek

First Nation Band Administration, 4 Oglma Street, Kibaowek, (Québec), J0Z 2H0(819) 627-3455(819) 627-9428

First Nation Fire Department, 4 Ogima Street, Kibaowek, (Québec), J0Z 2H0(819) 627-3455(819) 627-9428

First Nation First Line Services, 3 Ogima Street, Kibaowek, (Québec), J0Z 2H0(819) 627-9877

Kebaowek First Nation News, 3 Oglma Street, Kibaowek, (Québec), J0Z 2H0 (819) 627-9060(819) 627-9428

Kebaowek

First Nation Police Department, 2 Ogima Street, Kibaowek, (Québec), J0Z 2H0(819) 627-8229(819) 627-3277

Kebaowek Health and Wellness Center, 3 Ogima Street, Kibaowek, (Québec), J0Z 2H0(819) 627-9060(819) 627-1885

Kebaowek Land Management, 2 Ogima Street, Kibaowek, (Québec), J0Z 2H0 (819) 627-3309(819) 627-3531

Lakeview Store, 43 Migizy Street, Kibaowek, (Québec), J0Z 2H0 (819) 627-1307(819) 627-1680

Migizy Gas Station, 1 Ogima Street, Kibaowek, (Québec), J0Z 2H0 (819) 627-3392(819) 627-1540

Migizy Odenaw Childcare Centre, 301 Amik Avenue, Kibaowek, (Québec), J0Z 2H0 (819) 627-1000(819) 627-1219

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Algonquins Kebaowek First Nation

Territoire :

Communauté de Kebaowek First Nation

Situation géographique :

La communauté est située à 10 kilomètres à l’ouest de Témiscaming, en bordure du lac Kibaowek.

Superficie : 21,49 hectares

Population : 994

Gouvernement :

Kebaowek First NationBand Administration

P.O. Box 756, Temiscaming, Québec J0Z 3R0 Tél.: (819) 627-3455 Fax: (819) 627-9428 http://kebaowek.ca http://www.anishinabenation.ca

Principales langues parlées : Algonquin, anglais

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, commerces et services, foresterie, piégeage, pourvoiries,transport.

Commerces et services :

Art et artisanat, dépanneur, fabrication de mocassins, traiteur, station service, centre de santé, administration du conseil de bande.

Infrastructure :

Accès : la communauté est accessible par la route de Kibaowek qui croise la route 101, à 5 kilomètres à l’ouest. Réseau routier : 1 200 mètres de route pavée. Nombre de maisons : 130

Territory:

Community of Kebaowek First Nation

Geographical location:

The community is located 10 km west of Temiscaming, by the shore of Lake Kibaowek.

Area: 21.49 hectares

Population: 994

Principal languages spoken: Algonquian, English

Government:

Kebaowek First NationBand Administration

P.O. Box 756, Temiscaming, Québec J0Z 3R0 Tel.: (819) 627-3455 Fax: (819) 627-9428 http://kebaowek.ca http://www.anishinabenation.ca

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, businesses and services, forestry, trapping, outfitters.

Businesses and services:

Arts and handicrafts, caterer, convenience store, moccasin making, gas station, day care, health services, band administration.

Infrastructure:

Access: the community can be reached by Kibaowek Road, which crossed Highway 101, 5 kilometres to the west. Road network: 1,200 metres of paved road. Number of houses: 130

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Kitcisakik

Administration Kitcisakik, C.P. 5206, Kitcisakik, Val-d’Or, (Québec), J9P 7C6 (819) 825-1466(819) 825-5638

Centre de Santé Kitcisakik, C.P. 5206, Val-d’Or, (Québec), J9P 7C6 (819) 736-3001(819) 736-3011

Conseil des Anicinapek de Kitcisakik, C.P. 5206, Val-d’Or, (Québec), J9P 7C6 (819) 736-3001(819) 736-3012

Dépanneur Pakigan, C.P. 5206, Val-d’Or, (Québec), J9P 7C6 (819) 736-3008(819) 736-3008

École Mikizicec, 1001 Amik Mikana, Val d’Or (Québec) J9P 1P9 (819) 736-3001

Transport Medical, C.P. 5206, Val-d’Or, (Québec), J9P 7C6 (819) 736-3001(819) 736-3011

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Algonquins

Territoire : Établissement de Kitcisakik (Grand-Lac-Victoria)

Situation géographique :

Le territoire est situé à l’embouchure de la rivière des Outaouais et du Grand lac Victoria, à 94 kilomètres au sud de Val-d’Or.

Superficie : 12,14 hectares Population : 494

Gouvernement : Administration Kitcisakik C.P. 5206, Val-d'Or, Québec J9P 7C5 Tél: (819) 825-1966 Fax: (819) 736-3012 http://kitcisakik.ca http://www.anishinabenation.ca

Principales langues parlées : Algonquin, français, anglais

Activités économiques : Piégeage, tourisme, transport, construction, services et commerces.

Commerces et services : Dépanneur, service d’essence, garderie, sentier de motoneige et casse-croûte.

Infrastructure :

Accès : l’établissement d’été est situé à 21 kilomètres à l’ouest de la route 117. On peut franchir cette distance en canot, depuis le réservoir Dozois, jusqu’à Grand lac Victoria.

Les bureaux du conseil, le dispensaire, la salle communautaire et 100 habitations sont situés à proximité du barrage Bourque à 7 kilomètres de la route 117.

Kitcisakik

Territory:

Settlement of Kitcisakik (Grand-Lac-Victoria)

Geographical location:

The territory is located where the Ottawa River flows into Grand Lac Victoria, 94 km south of Val-d’Or.

Area:

12.14 hectares

Population: 494

Principal languages spoken: Algonquian, French, English

Government:

Administration Kitcisakik

C.P. 5206, Val-d'Or, Quebec J9P 7C5

Tel: (819) 825-1966 Fax: (819) 736-3012 http://kitcisakik.ca http://www.anishinabenation.ca

Economic activities:

Trapping, tourism, construction, transport, services et business.

Businesses and services:

Convenience store, gas station, day-care centre, snowmobile trail and snack bar.

Infrastructure:

Access: the settlement is located 21 km west of Highway 117, which can reached by canoe, from the Dozois Reservoir to Grand Lac Victoria.

Band council office, dispensary, around 100 houses and community hall are located close to the Bourque dam, 7 km from highway 117. Number of houses: no permanent facilities.

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Algonquins

Kitigan Zibi

Algonquin Anishinabeg Nation Tribal Council, 81 Kichi Mikan, Kitigan Zibi, (Québec), J9E 3C3(819) 449-5106(819) 449-8064

Alice Beaudoin Photography, 1211 Chemin de la Montangne, Gatineau, (Québec), J9J 3S3(819) 664-8166

Anishinabe Printing, P.O. Box 317, Kitigan Zibi, (Québec), J9E 3C9 (819) 449-7997(819) 449-3170

Anish-na-Bead, 4 Kikinamage, Kitigan Zibi, (Québec), J9E 3B1 (819) 306-0900

Autodrome Maniwaki Speedway, 15 Pitobig Mikan, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 3B1 (819) 208-7817

Awazibi Pure Maple Syrup, 1 Paganakomin Mikan, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 3C9 (819) 441-2323(819) 449-5673

Buck’s Auto Parts, 69 Kichi Mikan, Kitigan Zibi, (Québec), J9E 3C3 (819) 449-2288

Bucks Sports, 68 Kichi Mikan, Kitigan Zibi, (Québec), J9E 3B1 (819) 441-2655(819) 441-3559

CKWE-FM Radio (103,9 FM), 3 Kjkinamage Mikan, P.O.Box 309, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 3C3 (819) 449-5097(819) 449-5673

Clinique de Physiotherapie Lynda Cayer, 98 Chemin Kichi Mikan, Kitigan Zibi, (Québec), J9E 3B1 (819) 441-3883(819) 441-3099

Crevler KZ Gas, 90 Kichi Mikan, Kitigan Zibi, (Québec), J9E 3B1 (819) 449-1221 Decontie Construction Inc., 13 Kiwe Quot Mikan, Kitigan Zibi, (Québec), J9E 3B1 (819) 441-3277

Enakamigag Anishnabewakin (bulletin / newsletter), 81 Kichi Mikan, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 3C3 (819) 449-1225(819) 449-8064

Expédition Kiniw Zibi, 181, rue Wolfe, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 1S3 (819) 441-6931

Felix’s Casse Croute, 59 Kichi Mikan, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 3B1 (819) 449-2181

Hand Made Moccasins, P.O. Box 361, Kitigan Zibi, (Québec), J9E 3G9 (819) 449-5359

Hawk’s Trading Post, 276 Kichi Mikan, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 3B1 (819) 441-1673(819) 441-2616

Holy Rosary Church, 308 Fafard Street, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 1Z1 (819) 449-2900

Hubert Chalifoux Taxi/Trucking/Snow Removal, 69 Kichi Mikan, Kitigan Zibi, (Québec), J9E 3C9 (819) 449-3737

Imprimerie Maniwaki, 153, rue Laurier, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 2K6 (819) 449-1122(819) 449-5147

K.Z. Freshmart, 35 Kichi Mikan, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 3C2 (819) 449-3741(819) 449-3655 K.Z. Sylviculture Inc., 281 Scott Street, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 3P6 (819) 449-5072(819) 449-8627 Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg Administration (Band Office), 1 Paganakomin Mikan, P.O. Box 309, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 3C9 (819) 449-5170(819) 449-5673

Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg Cultural Centre, 54 Makwa Mikan, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 3B1(819) 441-1655(819) 441-2665

Kitigan Zibi Education Sector, 54 Makwa Mikan, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 3B1 (819) 449-1798(819) 449-5570

Kitigan Zibi Health and Social Services, 8 Kikinimage Mikan, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 3B1(819) 449-5593(819) 449-5673

Kitigan Zibi Human Resource Development Center, P.O. Box 309, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 3C9(819) 449-5170(819) 449-5673

Kitigan Zibi Natural Resources, 3 Kikinamage Mikan, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 3B1 (819) 441-2323(819) 449-5673

Kitigan Zibi Police Department, 10 Kikinamage, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 3B1 (819) 449-6000(819) 449-3361

Kitigan Zibi School, 41 Kikinamage Mikan, P.O.Box 10, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 3B1(819) 449-1275(819) 449-5503

KZ Gutter Expert, 3, Buckshot Mikan, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 3B1 (819) 334-0130

LBJ Indian Crafts, 68 Pitobig Mikan, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 3B1 (819) 449-4919

Marlene Carle Hydrotherapist / Orthotherapist, 156, Pitobig Mikan, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 3B1 (819) 449-6945

MB Radon Solutions, 75 Pitobig Mikan, Kitigan Zibi, (Québec), J9E 3B1 (819) 449-7751

Meness Towing, 373 Kichi MiKan, Kitigan Zibi, (Québec), J9E 3B1 (819) 441-3972

Nodin’s Crafts, P.O. Box 232, Kitigan Zibi, (Québec), J9E 3B4 (819) 449-4650(819) 449-1988

Quemeez, P.O. Box 285, Kitigan Zibi, (Québec), J9E 3C9 (819) 665-2150(819) 441-2377

Raven’s Nest Arts and Crafts, 263, Kichi Mikan, Kitigan Zibi, (Québec) (819) 449-4376

Renew Day Spa, 316B Principal Sud, Kitigan Zibi, (Québec), J9E 3B1 (819) 306-3306

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Algonquins

Territoire :

Communauté de Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg

Situation géographique :

La communauté est située à 130 kilomètres au nord de Hull. La réserve est délimitée, au nord, par la rivière de l’Aigle et par la rivière Désert.

Superficie : 18 437 hectares

Population : 3 241

Gouvernement : Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg Administration (Band Office), 1 Paganakomin Mikan, P.O. Box 309, Maniwaki, Québec J9E 3C9 Tél.: (819) 449-5170 Fax: (819) 449-5673 http://kzadmin.com http://www.anishinabenation.ca

Principales langues parlées : Algonquin, anglais, français

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, commerces et services, foresterie, piégeage, construction, tourisme, transport.

Commerces et services : Alimentation, art et artisanat, buanderie, coiffure, ébénisterie, excavation, garderie, lave-auto, machinerie lourde, restauration, soudure, services de consultants, ambulance et centre culturel.

Infrastructure :

Accès : la communauté est accessible par la route 105 qui rejoint Hull, à environ 130 kilomètres au sud, ou par les routes 117 et 107 en provenance de Montréal. Réseau routier : 51.31 km de route en gravier et 26.65 km en asphalte.

Kitigan Zibi

Territory:

Community of Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg

Geographical location:

The community is located 130 km north of Hull. It is bounded on the north by the de l’Aigle and Désert Rivers.

Area: 18 437 hectares

Population: 3,241

Principal languages spoken: Algonquin, English, French

Government:

Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg Administration (Band Office), 1 Paganakomin Mikan, P.O. Box 309, Maniwaki, Quebec J9E 3C9 Tel.: (819) 449-5170 Fax: (819) 449-5673 http://kzadmin.com http://www.anishinabenation.ca

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, businesses and services, forestry, trapping, construction, tourism, transport.

Businesses and services:

Ambulance service, day-care centre, heavy machinery, arts and handicrafts, excavation, laundry, cabinetmaking, food supplier, carwash, restaurant, soldering, consultant services, hairdresser and cultural center.

Infrastructure:

Access: the community can be reached by Highway 105, which runs to Hull approximately 130 kilometres to the south, or by highways 107 and 117 from Montreal. Road network: 51.31 km of gravel road and 26.65 km of paved road. Number of houses: 551

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Algonquins Kitigan Zibi

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River Garden Café, 86 Kichi Mikan, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 3C5 (819) 306-1223

Ruby’s Native Crafts, 84 Kichi Mikan, Kitigan Zibi, (Québec) (819) 441-1322

Salon Algonquin, 314 Principale Sud, Kitigan Zibi, (Québec), J9E 2A6 (819) 449-1533

The Mix / Le Mix Restaurant, 32, Kichi Mikan, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 3C4 (819) 441-2811

Wabano’s Esso Gas Bar, 311 Principale Sud, Kitigan Zibi, (Québec), J9E 2A7 (819) 449-6074(819) 449-3771

Wanaki Center, 50 Wanaki Mikan, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 3B1 (819) 449-7000(819) 449-7832

Wawasamo Creations, 299 Scott Street Sud, Kitigan Zibi, (Québec), J9E 3B1 (819) 334-9709

Wawatey Catering, P.O. Box 422, Maniwaki, (Québec), J9E 3G9 (819) 441-1111

Algonquins

Lac-Simon

Centre de la Petite Enfance Takinagan, 1029, rue Mohigan, Lac Simon, (Québec), J0Y 3M0(819) 736-2929(819) 736-3129

CHUT-FM (92,5 FM)(95,3 FM), 1028, rue Tcizo, Lac Simon, (Québec), J0Y 3M0

Conseil de la Nation Anishinabe du Lac Simon, 1026, boul. Cicip, Lac Simon, (Québec), J0Y 3M0

(819) 736-4501(819) 736-7311 Corporation de Développement Économique Wabak Pimadizi, 1027, rue Tcizo, Lac Simon, (Québec), J0Y 3M0 (819) 736-2131(819) 736-2139

Dépanneur Wabak Adwagomigok, 1012, rue Wabanonik, Lac Simon, (Québec), J0Y 3M0 (819) 736-2223

Ébénisterie Anishinabe de Lac Simon, 1005, rue Wenecec, Lac Simon, (Québec), J0Y 3M0(819) 736-2131(819) 736-2139

Entreprise MDJ enr., 95, rue Wabanonik, Lac Simon, (Québec), J0Y 3M0

(819) 736-3694(819) 736-2131

Restaurant Widiah, 1050, boul. Cicip, Lac Simon, (Québec), J0Y 3M0 (819) 736-2024

Taxi Algonquin, 72, Matciteia, Lac Simon, (Québec), J0Y 3M0

(819) 736-2245

Taxi Madeleine, 8, boul. Cicip, Lac Simon, (Québec), J0Y 3M0 (819) 736-2664

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Algonquins

Territoire : Communauté de Lac-Simon

Situation géographique :

La communauté est située sur la rive ouest du lac Simon, à 32 kilomètres au sud-est de Val-d’Or.

Superficie : 275,01 hectares

Population : 2 153

Gouvernement :

Conseil de la Nation Anishinabe du Lac Simon, 1026, boul. Cicip, Lac Simon, Québec J0Y 3M0 Tél.: (819) 736-4501 Fax: (819) 736-7311 https://lacsimon.ca http://www.anishinabenation.ca

Principales langues parlées : Algonquin, français

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, construction, foresterie, piégeage, transport, tourisme.

Commerces et services :

Art et artisanat, dépanneur, machinerie lourde, restauration, taxi, ébénisterie, garderie.

Infrastructure :

Accès : la communauté est accessible par la route 117.

Réseau routier : 1 680 mètres de routes en gravier et 5 040 mètres en asphalte. Nombre de maisons : 279

Lac-Simon

Territory: Community of Lac-Simon

Geographical location:

The community is located on the western shore of Lake Simon, 32 km southeast of Val-d’Or.

Area: 275.01 hectares

Population: 2,153

Principal languages spoken: Algonquian, French

Government:

Conseil de la Nation Anishinabe du Lac Simon, 1026, boul. Cicip, Lac Simon, Quebec J0Y 3M0 Tel.: (819) 736-4501 Fax: (819) 736-7311 https://lacsimon.ca http://www.anishinabenation.ca

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, construction, forestry, trapping, transport, tourism.

Businesses and services:

Arts and handicrafts, convenience store, heavy machinery, restaurant, taxi, wood furniture, day-care centre.

Infrastructure:

Access: the community can be reached by Highway 117. Road network: 1,680 metres of gravel road and 5,040 metres of paved road. Number of houses: 279

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Algonquins

Pikogan

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Abitibiwinni Bercé par l’Harricana, 55, rue Migwan, Pikogan, (Québec), J9T 3A3 (819) 732-3350(819) 732-3358

Centre de la Petite enfance Mokaam, 75, rue Migwan, Pikogan, (Québec), J9T 3A3 (819) 727-5744(819) 727-4648

Centre de Santé Pikogan, 35, rue Migwan, Pikogan, (Québec), J9T 3A3 (819) 732-6591(819) 732-9824

CKAG-FM (100,1 FM), 30, rue David Kistabish, Pikogan, (Québec), J9T 3A3 (819) 727-3237(819) 732-1569

Conseil de la Première Nation Abitibiwinni, 45, rue Migwan, Pikogan, (Québec), J9T 3A3(819) 732-6591(819) 732-1569

Développement Socio-Économique, 55, rue Migwan, Pikogan, (Québec), J9T 3A3 (819) 732-3350(819) 732-3358

École Migwan, 70, rue Migwan, Pikogan, (Québec), J9T 3A3 (819) 732-6591(819) 732-9838

Gazonord Inc., 2301, Route 109 Nord, Pikogan, (Québec), J9T 3A3 (819) 732-3385(819) 732-3387

Maison des Aînés, 8 atapi, 33, rue Migwan Pikogan (819) 732-6591(819) 732-9824

Maison des Jeunes La Fraternité, 30, rue David Kistabish (819) 732-4655

Police Pikogan, 215, Hector Polson, Pikogan, (Québec), J9T 3A3

(819) 732-4411(819) 732-4121

Ressources, territoires et environnement, 55, rue Migwan (819) 732-6591 (819) 732-3358

Service Première Ligne Apeminowin, 45, rue Migwan Pikogan (819) 732-6591 (819) 732-9824

Conseil de la Première Nation

Abitibiwinni

Monik Kistabish, Cheffe James Cananasso, Vice-Chef Chantal Kistabish, conseillère Joan Wylde, conseillère Manon Tremblay, conseillère

45, rue Migwan, Pikogan, Québec J9T3A3 info@pikogan.com • www.pikogan.com

Tél. : 819 732-6591 • Fax : 819 732-1569

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Algonquins

Territoire :

Communauté de Pikogan

Situation géographique :

La communauté est située à trois kilomètres d’Amos, sur la rive ouest de la rivière Harricana.

Superficie : 276 hectares Population : 1 059

Principales langues parlées : Algonquin, français, anglais

Gouvernement :

Conseil de la Première Nation Abitibiwinni, 45, rue Migwan, Pikogan, Québec J9T 3A3 Tél.: (819) 732-6591 Fax: (819) 732-1569 https://pikogan.com http://www.anishinabenation.ca

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, commerces et services, foresterie, piégeage, construction, transport.

Commerces et services :

Service de développement économique, garderie, station d’essence et dépanneur, coopérative de solidaritée.

Infrastructure :

Accès : la communauté est accessible par la route 109 qui rejoint la route 117. Réseau routier : 167 mètres de routes en gravier et 2 710 mètres en asphalte. Nombre de maisons : 151

Pikogan

Territory:

Community of Pikogan

Geographical location:

The community is located three kilometres from Amos, on the west bank of the Harricana River.

Area: 276 hectares Population: 1,059

Principal languages spoken: Algonquian, French, English

Government:

Conseil de la Première Nation Abitibiwinni, 45, rue Migwan, Pikogan, Québec J9T 3A3 Tel.: (819) 732-6591 Fax: (819) 732-1569 https://pikogan.com http://www.anishinabenation.ca

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, businesses and services, forestry, trapping, construction, transport.

Businesses and services:

Economic Development Service, taxi, day care, gas bar and convenience store, solidarity cooperative.

Infrastructure:

Access: Highway 109, which it connects to Highway 117, provides access to the community. Road network: 167 metres of gravel road and 2,710 metres of paved road. Number of houses: 151

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Algonquins

Timiskaming

Algonquin Nation Human Resources & Sustainable Development, 6 Kateri Street, Notre-Dame-du-Nord, (Québec), J0Z 3B0 (819) 723-5333(819) 723-5211

Algonquin Nation Programs and Services Secretariat, 6 Kateri, Notre-Dame-du-Nord, (Québec), J0Z 3B0 (819) 723-2019 Algonquin Variety, 92 Ontario Street, Notre-Dame-du-Nord, (Québec), J0Z 3B0 (819) 723-2000 Anishnabe Long Term Care Centre, 26 Agonquin Avenue, Box 220, Notre-Dame-du-Nord, (Québec), J0Z 3B0 (819) 723-2225(819) 723-2112

CHNT-FM Radio Station (92,3 FM), 24 Algonquin Avenue, Notre-Dame-du-Nord, (Québec), J0Z 3B0 (819) 723-2121(819) 723-2167

Community Health Representative, 22 Algonquin Avenue, Notre-Dame-du-Nord, (Québec), J0Z 3B0 (819) 723-2487(819) 723-2272

Conseillers parajudiciaires autochtones / Région Abitibi-Témiscamingue, 24 Algonquin Avenue, Notre-Dame-du-Nord, (Québec), J0Z 3B0

(819) 723-2313(819) 723-2345

Kiwetin School, 8 Algonquin Avenue, Notre-Dame-du-Nord, (Québec), J0Z 3B0 (819) 723-2533(819) 723-2578 Medical Transportation, 22, Algonquin Avenue, Notre-Dame-du-Nord, (Québec), J0Z 3B0(819) 723-2381

National Native Alcohol and Drug Addiction Program, 22 Algonquin Avenue, Notre-Dame-du-Nord, (Québec), J0Z 3B0 (819) 723-2153(819) 723-2272

Pidaban Child Care Centre, 10 Algonquin Avenue, Notre-Dame-du-Nord, (Québec), J0Z 3B0(819) 723-2319(819) 723-4002 Senior’s Unit, 21 Algonquin Avenue, Notre-Dame-du-Nord, (Québec), J0Z 3B0 (819) 723-5223

TFN Construction, 28 Algonquin Avenue, Notre-Dame-du-Nord, (Québec), J0Z 3B0 (873) 374-0315

Timiskaming First Nation Administration Office, 24 Algonquin Avenue, Notre Dame du Nord, (Québec), J0Z 3B0

(819) 723-2335(819) 723-2353

Timiskaming First Nation Band Council, 6A Kateri Street, Notre-Dame-du-Nord, (Québec), J0Z 3B0 (819) 723-2370(819) 723-2353

Timiskaming First Nation Public Security, 10 Stanger’s Road, Notre-Dame-du-Nord, (Québec), J0Z 3B0

(819) 723-2810

Timiskaming Health Services, 22 Algonquin Avenue, Notre-Dame-du-Nord, (Québec), J0Z 3B0(819) 723-2260(819) 723-2272 Widjikiwe Gas Bar, 86 Ontario Street, Notre-Dame-du-Nord, (Québec), J0Z 3BO (819) 723-2723

Timiskaming First Nation

24, Algonquin Avenue

Notre-Dame-du-Nord (Qc) J0Z 3B0

Tel (819) 723-2335

Fax (819) 723-2353 www. tfnadmin.wixsite.com

Email: reception@atfn.ca

Arden McBride, Chief

Christine Chevrier, Vice-Chief

Gérald Hanbury, Councillor

Karen McKensie, Councillor

Colleen Polson, Councillor

Jennilee Wahsquonaikezezhik, Councillor

Nathan McMartin, Councillor

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Algonquins

Territoire :

Communauté de Timiskaming

Situation géographique :

La communauté est adjacente à la municipalité de Notre-Dame-du-Nord.

Superficie : 2 428,08 hectares

Population : 2 132

Principales langues parlées : Algonquin, anglais

Gouvernement :

Timiskaming First Nation Band Council, 24 Algonquin Avenue, Notre-Dame-du-Nord, Québec J0Z 3B0 Tél.: (819) 723-2335 Fax: (819) 723-2353 www.tfnadmin.wixsite.com

Activités économiques :

Agriculture, art et artisanat, commerces et services, construction, foresterie, piégeage, tourisme.

Commerces et services :

Art et artisanat, coopérative forestière, dépanneur, machinerie lourde, taxi.

Infrastructure :

Accès : la communauté est accessible par la route 101.

Réseau routier : 4 070 mètres de routes en gravier et 5 860 mètres en asphalte.

Timiskaming

Territory: Community of Timiskaming

Geographical location: The community is adjacent to the Municipality of Notre-Dame-du-Nord.

Area: 2,428.08 hectares

Population: 2,132

Principal languages spoken: Algonquian, English

Government:

Timiskaming First Nation Band Council, 24 Algonquin Avenue, Notre-Dame-du-Nord, Québec J0Z 3B0 Tel.: (819) 723-2335 Fax: (819) 723-2353 www.tfnadmin.wixsite.com

Economic activities:

Agriculture, arts and handicrafts, businesses and services, forestry, trapping, tourism, construction.

Businesses and services:

Arts and handicrafts, convenience store, heavy machinery, taxi.

Infrastructure:

Access: Timiskaming can be reached by Highway 101. Road network: 4,070 metres of gravel road and 5,860 metres of paved road.

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Algonquins

Winneway

Amo Ososwan School, 117 Kakinwawigak Mikana, P.O.Box 43, Winneway River, (Québec), J0Z 2J0 (819) 722-2026(819) 722-2073

Amosesag / Daycare Center, 603 Ocki, Box 70, Winneway, (Québec), J0Z 2J0

CFWR Winneway Radio Station (93,5 FM), 120 Kakinwawigak Mikana, P.O. Box 1, Winneway River, (Québec), J0Z 2J0 (819) 722-2797(819) 722-2579

Kuzzin Gas Station, 205 Kete Mikana, Winneway River, (Québec), J0Z 2J0 (819) 722-2555(819) 722-4003

Long Point First Nation, 112 Kakinwawigak Mikana, P.O. Box 1, Winneway River, (Québec), J0Z 2J0 (819) 722-2441(819) 722-2579

Presbytère de Winneway, 124, Naneweak Mikana, Winneway River, (Québec), J0Z 2J0(819) 722-2426(819) 722-2881 Taxi Winneway, General Delivery, Winneway River, (Québec), J0Z 2J0 (819) 722-2057(819) 722-2057

Winneway Economic Development, 112 Kakinwawigak Mikana, Box 1, Winneway, (Québec), J0Z 2J0 (819) 722-2441(819) 722-2579

Winneway Elders Center, 130 Naneweak Mikana, P.O. Box 1, Winneway River, (Québec), J0Z 2J0 (819) 722-2365

Winneway Forestry, 107 Kakinwawigak Mikana, P.O. Box 75, Winneway River, (Québec), J0Z 2J0 (819) 722-2005(819) 722-2579

Winneway Health Clinic, 207 Pawitig Mikana, Winneway River, (Québec), J0Z 2J0 (819) 722-2440(819) 722-2768

Winneway Human Resources Development Office, 112, Kakinwawigak Mikana, P.O. Box 1, Winneway River, (Québec), J0Z 2J0 (819) 722-2441(819) 722-2579

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Algonquins

Winneway

Territoire : Établissement de Winneway

Situation géographique :

Le village est situé à 114 kilomètres à l’est de Ville-Marie, sur la rive sud de la rivière Winneway.

Superficie : 37,84 hectares

Population : 865

Principales langues parlées : Algonquin, anglais, français

Gouvernement :

Long Point First Nation

112 Kakinwawigak Mikana, P.O. Box 1, Winneway River, Québec J0Z 2J0 Tél.: (819) 722-2441 Fax: (819) 722-2579 https://longpointfirstnation.com http://www.anishinabenation.ca

Activités économiques :

Commerces et services, foresterie, piégeage, système d’information géographique.

Commerces et services : Restauration, taxi, dépanneur, etc.

Infrastructure :

Accès : Winneway est accessible en empruntant la route 101, la route 382. Réseau routier : 2 400 mètres de routes pavées. Nombre de maisons : 90

Territory:

Settlement of Winneway

Geographical location:

The village is located 114 km east of Ville-Marie, on the south bank of the Winneway River.

Area: 37.84 hectares

Population: 865

Principal languages spoken: Algonquin, English, French

Government:

Long Point First Nation

112 Kakinwawigak Mikana, P.O. Box 1, Winneway River, Québec J0Z 2J0 Tel.: (819) 722-2441 Fax: (819) 722-2579 https://longpointfirstnation.com http://www.anishinabenation.ca

Economic activities:

Businesses and services, forestry, trapping, geographic information system.

Businesses and services: Restaurant, taxi, depanneur, etc.

Infrastructure:

Access: Winneway can be reached by highways 101 and 382 road. Road network: 2,400 metres of paved road. Number of houses: 90

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Wolf LakeAlgonquins

Territoire :

Établissement d’Hunter’s Point

Situation géographique :

Le territoire est situé à 37 kilomètres au nord-est de la ville de Témiscaming, à Hunter’s Point au lac Kibaowek.

Superficie : 4 hectares

Population : 232

Principales langues parlées : Algonquin, anglais

Gouvernement :

Wolf Lake First Nation, P.O. Box 998, Temiscaming, Québec J0Z 3R0 Tél.: (819) 627-3628 Fax: (819) 627-1109 https://www.wolflakefirstnation.com/band-office http://www.anishinabenation.ca

Activités économiques :

Tourisme, arts et artisanat, pâtes et papier, pêche et piégeage, foresterie, pourvoirie, transport.

Commerces et services : Commerce d'arts et artisanat, production d'art et d'artisanat, pourvoirie canoe et kayak, menuiserie, rénovation d'édifices, station service et dépanneur.

Infrastructure :

Accès : un chemin forestier, depuis la route 101, permet d’accéder au lac Hunter’s Point. Réseau routier : Chemins forestiers. Nombre de maisons : 26

Territory:

Settlement of Hunter’s Point

Geographical location:

The territory is located 37 km northeast of Temiscaming, at Hunter’s Point on Lake Kibaowek.

Area: 4 hectares Population: 232

Principal languages spoken: Algonquian, English Government: Wolf Lake First Nation, P.O. Box 998, Temiscaming, Québec J0Z 3R0 Tel.: (819) 627-3628 Fax: (819) 627-1109 https://www.wolflakefirstnation.com/band-office http://www.anishinabenation.ca

Economic activities: Tourism, hunting, fishing and trapping, arts and handicraft, forestry, outfitting, transport.

Businesses and services: Arts and handicrafts store, arts and crafts production, carpenters, building renovations, backcountry cabin acoomodations, gas station, convenience store.

Infrastructure:

Access: Hunter’s Point Lake can be reached by logging road leading from Highway 101. Road network: logging roads. Number of houses: 26

Entreprises et organismes / Businesses and organizations

Algonquin Canoe Company: P.O. Box 998, Temiscaming (Qc) J0Z 3R0

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(819) 627-3628

Anishinabek Outfitting Inc., P.O. Box 998, Temiscaming, (Québec), J0Z 3R0 (819) 627-3628(819) 627-1109

Camp La Lucarne, 1920, Route 101, R.R. #1, Laniel, (Québec), J0Z 2K0 (819) 634-2800(819) 634-2880

Mahingan Development Corporation, 5 Riordon Avenue, P.O. Box 998, Temiscaming, (Québec), J0Z 3R0 (819) 627-3628(819) 627-1109

Nanabush Café : P.O. Box 998, Temiscaming (Qc) J0Z 3R0 (819) 627-3628

Wolf Lake First Nation, P.O. Box 998, Temiscaming, (Québec), J0Z 3R0 (819) 627-3628(819) 627-1109

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THE ATIKAMEKWTHE ATIKAMEKW

Around 1650, there were 500 to 600 Atikamekw. They occupied an area crisscrossed by navigable rivers and located at the crossroads of Cree, Algonquin and Innus communities, a situation that favoured barter. The Atikamekw supplemented their diet of game and fish by acquiring agricultural products such as corn. In spring, the Atikamekw would boil maple sap to make sugar and syrup; they are at the origin of the history of maple syrup in Quebec.

Between 1670 and 1680, a smallpox epidemic struck the Atikamekw. The few survivors were driven away by the Iroquois. Some twenty years later, a group of Amerindians settled on Atikamekw territory; they were known as the “Têtes-de-Boules”. Most historians now believe that this goup consisted of a handful of Atikamekw survivors together with other Amerindian nomads. The name Atikamekw would not be used again until the 1970’s.

The arrival of the Europeans transformed the lives of the “Têtes-de-Boule”. Under the influence of Christianity, they gave up polygamy, they married and had their children baptised. In 1774, the Hudson’s Bay Company opened the first trading posts in the region. With the intensification of trade relations, non-Native values began to take the place of traditions.

In 1831, forestry companies began working in the area and introduced paid work. “Têtes-deBoule” workers knew the forest well and were easily satisfied.

The 20th century saw the beginning of a new era, that of hydroelectric projects. The Opitciwan community had to relocate twice because of floods resulting from the creation of the Gouin Reservoir in 1918. All these activities had an adverse effect on the wildlife; log drives and the flooding of the woods by the Gouin Reservoir produced mercury, poisoning in the fish. It became impossible to maintain the traditional way of life.

Over 10,000 Atikamekw live in Manawan, Opitciwan and Wemotaci; a few others live in La Tuque, and the Mauricie and Lac Saint-Jean regions.

Today, forestry is the main source of employment. Craft work provides an extra source of income, particularly for the women who make bark baskets. In recent years, efforts have been made to develop the region’s tourism potential; in 1993, snowmobilers inaugurated the Northern Triangle, a 1300 km trail that goes through Opitciwan, and many cultural tourism centers were also created.

In May 1993, the Conseil de la Nation Atikamekw (CNA) signed an agreement with the federal and provincial governments on the construction and repair of roads providing access to the three communities. Roads that provide year-round access allow now the Atikamekw to make an active contribution to the region’s economic development.

Among the Atikamekws, the year is divided into six seasons. Each season corresponds to a main activity. The order of the seasons begins with Sikon which is a kind of pre-spring and, in this season, the Atikamekws make baskets of bark which can contain the maple sap gathered during this time of the year. The next season is Morakamin, equivalent to spring, during which the Atikamekws will fish and hunt partridges. Then comes Nipin, summer; we do the same thing as in the previous season. Fall is Takwakin, where moose hunting begins. It is during the beginning of winter, called Pitcipipon, that the Atikamekws will trap beavers and that the women make coats with their furs. During the winter, or Pipon, they fish under the ice with nets made by men and where others make pairs of rackets; the women remove the hair from the moose skins, then wash them, scrape them, cut them into babiche to weave the rackets

On September 8, 2014, the Council of the Atikamekw Nation unilaterally declared its sovereignty over Nitaskinan (traditional terrritory) covering an area of 80,000 km2. One of the main goals of the nation with this declaration is to have a right of scrutiny over the projects of exploitation of natural resources in the Atikamekw territory.

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LES ATIKAMEKWLES ATIKAMEKW

Vers 1650, on dénombre entre 500 et 600 Atikamekw. Ils occupent un territoire sillonné par de nombreuses voies navigables situé au carrefour des communautés cries, algonquines et innues. Cette situation favorise le troc. Les Atikamekw peuvent compléter leur régime alimentaire à base de gibier et de poisson par des produits agricoles comme le maïs. Au printemps, les Atikamekw font bouillir la sève extraite des érables pour en faire du sucre et du sirop, d’où l’origine du sirop d’érable québécois.

Entre 1670 et 1680, une épidémie de petite vérole décime la population Atikamek. Les quelques survivants sont chassés par les Iroquois. Une vingtaine d’années plus tard, un groupe d’autochtones s’installe en territoire Atikamekw. Dénommés « Têtes-de-Boule », on émet l’hypothèse sur leur présence comme étant des descendants Atikamekw auxquels se seraient joints d’autres autochtones nomades. L’appellation Atikamekw ne sera réutilisée qu’au milieu des années 1970.

L’arrivée des Européens transforme le mode de vie des « Têtes-de-Boule ». Sous l’influence du christianisme, ils renoncent à la polygamie, ils se marient et font baptiser leurs enfants. À partir de 1774, la Compagnie de la Baie-d’Hudson ouvre des postes de traite dans la région. Avec l’intensification des relations commerciales, les valeurs des non-autochtones se substituent aux traditions.

En 1831, les compagnies forestières s’installent dans la région et introduisent le travail salarié. Les « Têtes-de-Boule » constituent une main-d’œuvre qui connaît bien la forêt et qui se satisfait de peu.

Plus de 10,000 Atikamekw habitent les communautés de Manawan, de Wemotaci et d’Opitciwan; quelques autres vivent à La Tuque, en Mauricie et au Lac St-Jean.

Le XXe siècle s’ouvre sur une nouvelle ère; celle des aménagements hydro-électriques. La communauté d’Opitciwan a dû être réinstallée à deux reprises en raison des inondations résultant de la création du réservoir Gouin en 1918. Toutes ces activités ont un impact négatif sur la faune et la flore. La drave et le bois inondé par le réservoir Gouin ont entraîné la contamination de la faune et de la flore et le maintien du mode de vie traditionnel n’est plus guère possible.

L’économie actuelle des Atikamekw est basée sur la coupe de bois, qui représente la principale source d’emplois. L’artisanat offre un revenu d’appoint surtout pour les femmes, qui fabriquent des paniers d’écorce. Depuis quelques années, on s’active à exploiter le potentiel touristique de la région: en 1993, des motoneigistes inauguraient le Triangle du Nord, un sentier de 1 300 kilomètres qui passe par Opitciwan. Plusieurs centres de tourisme ethno-culturel ont également vu le jour depuis. En mai 1993, le conseil de la Nation Atikamekw (CNA) a signé une entente avec les gouvernements provincial et fédéral sur la réfection des routes forestières donnant accès aux trois communautés; ces routes d’accès deviendront praticables durant toute l’année tout en permettant aux Atikamekw de contribuer activement au développement économique de la région.

Chez les Atikamekws, l’année est divisée en six saisons. Chaque saison correspond à une activité principale. L'ordre des saisons commence par Sikon qui est une sorte de pré-printemps et, dans cette saison, les Atikamekws fabriquent des paniers d'écorce qui peuvent contenir l’eau d’érable cueillie dans cette période de l’année. La saison suivante est Morakamin, équivalente au printemps, au cours de laquelle les Atikamekws vont pêcher et chasser la perdrix. Ensuite, vient Nipin, l'été ; on y fait la même chose qu’à la saison précédente. L'automne correspond à Takwakin où commence la chasse à l‘orignal. C’est durant le début de l’hiver, appelé Pitcipipon, que les Atikamekws vont trapper des castors et que les femmes font des manteaux avec leurs fourrures. Durant l’hiver, ou Pipon, ils pêchent sous la glace avec des filets fabriqués par des hommes et où d’autres fabriquent des paires de raquettes ; les femmes enlèvent le poil des peaux d’orignal, puis elles les lavent, les grattent, les découpent en babiche pour tresser les raquettes.

Le 8 septembre 2014, le Conseil de la Nation Atikamekw a déclaré unilatéralement sa souveraineté sur le Nitaskinan (territoire traditionnel) couvrant une superficie de 80 000 km2. L'un des buts principaux de la nation avec cette déclaration est d'avoir un droit de regard sur les projets d'exploitation des ressources naturelles dans le territoire Atikamekw.

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Atikamekw

Auberge Manawan, 135, rue Kicik, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0

Manawan

(819) 971-9997

Caisse Populaire Desjardins Centre de service Manawan, 135, rue Kicik, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0 (819) 971-1574(819) 971-1168

Centre de la Petite Enfance Kokom Tcitcatci, 561, rue Otapi, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0(819) 971-9999(819) 971-1777

Centre Mihawoso (centre de pédiatrie sociale) Manawan, (Québec), J0K1M0 (819) 971-8852

Centre de Santé Masko-Siwin Manawan, 280, Wapistan, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0(819) 971-8846(819) 971-1208

Centre de Télécommunication Manawan, 136, rue Kicik, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0(819) 971-1304

Centre Mantosakowin, 135, rue Kicik, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0 (819) 971-1533(819) 971-8867

Conseil des Atikamekw de Manawan, 135, rue Kicik, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0(819) 971-8813(819) 971-8848

Cremerie cantine Bello, 240, Pinew, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0 (819) 971-1343(819) 971-1422

Dépanneur Eneri, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0 (819) 971-1773

Développement Économique Wapan, 135, Kicik, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0 (819) 971-1533(819) 971-8848

École Primaire Manawan, 150, Wapoc, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0 (819) 971-8817(819) 971-8862

École Secondaire Manawan, 470, Otapi, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0 (819) 971-1379(819) 971-1266

Chef

Paul-Émile Ottawa

Conseillers / conseillères :Céline Quitich

Ghislain Quitich

Sipi Flamand

Glenn Dubé

Mario Ottawa

Claudia Néwashish

135 rue Kicik, Manawan, Qc J0K1M0

Entreprises Georges Flamand (Les), 210, rue Otapi, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0 (819) 971-1651

Épicerie Manawan, 120, Amiskwo, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0 (819) 971-8863(819) 971-8808

Metabeskeka Transport Ltée., 181, Namekos, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0 (819) 971-8850(819) 971-8848

Police Manawan, 10 rue Otapi, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0 (819) 971-8861(819) 971-1291

Radio Communautaire Manawan Kitotakan (CHMK 93,1 FM), 261, rue Mahikan, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0 (819) 971-1390(819) 971-8860

Rodrigue Quitich enr., 181, rue Newashish, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0 (819) 971-1725

Service Aménagement Communautaire Manawan, 135, rue Kicik, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0(819) 971-8813(819) 971-8849

Service Éducation Manawan, 135, rue Kicik, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0 (819) 971-8813(819) 971-8848

Service Incendie Manawan, 130, rue Amiskw, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0 (819) 971-1212

Services Forestiers Manawan Inc., 180, Amiskw, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0 (819) 971-1242(819) 971-1441

Services Sociaux Manawan, 250, Mistassini, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0 (819) 971-1417(819) 971-1411

Tourisme Manawan, 135, rue Kicik, Manawan, (Québec), J0K 1M0 (819) 971-1190

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Tél. : 819.971.8813 Fax : 819.971.8848 Courriel : conseil@manawan.com

Atikamekw

Territoire : Communauté de Manawan

Situation géographique :

La communauté est située à 120 kilomètres à l’ouest de La Tuque et à 72 kilomètres au nord de Saint-Michel-des-Saints, sur la rive sud du lac Métabeskéga.

Superficie : 797,26 hectares

Population : 2 906

Principales langues parlées : Atikamekw, français

Gouvernement :

Conseil des Atikamekw de Manawan, 135, rue Kicik, Manawan, Québec J0K 1M0 Tél.: (819) 971-8813 Fax: (819) 971-8848 http://www.manawan.com https://www.atikamekwsipi.com/fr

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, commerces et services, foresterie, transport, construction, pourvoirie et tourisme.

Commerces et services :

Alimentation, restauration, hébergement, garage, essence, machinerie, vidéo, arcade, dépanneur.

Infrastructure :

Accès : une route gravelée atteint la communauté, depuis Saint-Michel-des-Saints (route 131).

Réseau routier : 11 680 mètres de routes en gravier. Nombre de maisons : 243

Manawan

Territory: Community of Manawan

Geographical location:

The community is located 120 km west of La Tuque and 72 km north of Saint-Michel-desSaints, on the southern shore of Lake Métabeskéga.

Area: 797.26 hectares

Population: 2,906

Principal languages spoken: Atikamekw, French

Government:

Conseil des Atikamekw de Manawan, 135, rue Kicik, Manawan, Québec J0K 1M0 Tel.: (819) 971-8813 Fax: (819) 971-8848 http://www.manawan.com https://www.atikamekwsipi.com/fr

Economic activities: Tourism, arts and crafts, forestry, services, outfitting, construction.

Businesses and services:

Food, restauration, lodging, garage, gaz bar, movie rental, machinery, video, arcade, depanneur.

Infrastructure:

Access: a graveled road leads to the community from Saint-Michel-des-Saints (Highway 131).

Road network: 11,680 metres of gravel road. Number of houses: 243

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Casse-Croûte Opitciwan, 60, Masko, Opitciwan, (Québec), G0W

Opitciwan

(819) 974-1215

Casse-Croûte Sakiwapan, 200, Mekeiciew, Opitciwan, (Québec), G0W 3B0 (819) 974-1382

Centre de la petite enfance Opitciwan, 32C, Tcikatnaw, Opitciwan, (Québec), G0W 3B0(819) 974-1618(819) 974-1714

Centre Sportif Opitciwan, 32B, Tcikatnaw, Opitciwan, (Québec), G0W 3B0 (819) 974-1437(819) 974-1760

Conseil des Atikamekw d’Opitciwan, 22 rue Amiskw, Opitciwan, (Québec), G0W 3B0(819) 974-8837(819) 974-8828

Conseil en Éducation d’Opitciwan, 22, rue Amisk, C.P. 162, Opitciwan, (Québec), G0W 3B0(819) 974-8852(819) 974-1336

Construction Manikan, 15, rue Tomak, C.P. 215, Opiticiwan, (Québec), G0W 3B0 (877) 676-2969(418) 276-8115

Développement Économique Opitciwan Inc., 24, Masko, Opitciwan, (Québec), G0W 3B0(819) 974-8837(819) 974-8828

Dispensaire Opitciwan, 15, Wapitan, Opitciwan, (Québec), G0W 3B0 (819) 974-8822(819) 974-8876

École Niska d’Opitciwan, 70, rue Niska, Opitciwan, (Québec), G0W 3B0 (819) 974-8842(819) 974-1395

École Secondaire Mikisiw, 22, Tcikatnaw, Opitciwan, (Québec), G0W 3B0 (819) 974-1221(819) 974-1224

Conseil des Atikamekw d’Opitciwan

rue amisk C. P. 135

(Québec)

Mequish

Ronny Chachai

Fernand Denis-Damée

Martine Awashish

Yvan-Rock Awashish

Carole Jean-Pierre

Roger Chachai

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Petiquay

Entreprises forestières Mahikan enr. (Les), 9, Wapistan, Opitciwan, (Québec), G0W 3B0(819) 974-1228 Épicerie Opitciwonok, 9, Tcikatnaw, Opitciwan, (Québec), G0W 3B0 (819) 974-8877(819) 974-1237

Garage Mikisiw, 1, rue Opitciwan, Opitciwan, (Québec), G0W 3B0 (819) 974-1296

Maison des Jeunes d’Opiticiwan, 24 rue Masko, Opitciwan, (Québec), G0W 3B0 (819) 974-1898(819) 974-8828

Radio Communautaire Opitciwan (CITK-FM 98,9), 27, Masko, Opitciwan, (Québec), G0W 3B0(819) 974-1299(819) 974-1204 Scierie Opitciwan, Route 164, C.P. 270, Opitciwan, (Québec), G0W 3B0 (819) 974-1116(819) 974-1118

Sécurité publique Opitciwan, 13, Uapistan, C.P. 243, Opitciwan, (Québec), G0W 3B0(819) 974-8814(819) 974-1309

Services des incendies Opitciwan, 13, Uapistan, Opitciwan, (Québec), G0W 3B0 (819) 974-1669

Services Forestiers Opitciwan Inc., 22 rue Amiskw, C.P. 108, Opitciwan, (Québec), G0W 3B0(819) 974-8837 Services Sociaux Opitciwan, 5, Amisk, C.P.

Miguel Petiquay,

Opitciwan, (Québec), G0W

(819) 974-8871(819) 974-8834

(819) 974-1486

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Atikamekw

Territoire : Communauté d’Opitciwan

Situation géographique :

La communauté est située sur la rive nord du réservoir Gouin, en Haute-Mauricie, source de la rivière St-Maurice dans le comté fédéral de Champlain.

Superficie : 926,76 hectares

Population : 2 955

Principales langues parlées : Attikamekw, français

Gouvernement :

Conseil de bande d'Opitciwan, 24, rue Masko, Opitciwan, Québec G0W 3B0 Tél: (819) 974-8837 Fax: (819) 974-8828 http://www.opitciwan.ca https://www.atikamekwsipi.com/fr

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, commerces et services, foresterie, piégeage, construction, tourisme, transport, scierie.

Commerces et services :

Alimentation, art et artisanat, dépanneur, restauration.

Infrastructure :

Accès : un chemin forestier de 165 kilomètres relie la communauté à la route 167 au Lac St-Jean. Opitciwan est aussi accessible par La Tuque (route forestière no. 10). Réseau routier : 7 690 mètres de route en gravier.

Opitciwan

Territory:

Community of Opitciwan

Geographical location:

The community is located on the north shore of the Gouin Reservoir in Haute-Mauricie, source of the St-Maurice river, in the Champlain federalcounty.

Area: 926.76 hectares

Population: 2,955

Principal languages spoken: Attikamekw, French

Government:

Conseil de bande d'Opitciwan, 24, rue Masko, Opitciwan, Québec G0W 3B0 Tel: (819) 974-8837 Fax: (819) 974-8828 http://www.opitciwan.ca https://www.atikamekwsipi.com/fr

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, businesses and services, forestry, trapping, construction, tourism, transport, sawmill.

Businesses and services:

Arts and handicrafts, convenience store, restaurant.

Infrastructure:

Access: a 165 km forest road links the community to Lac St-Jean via road 167. Opitciwan can also be accessed via La Tuque (Forest road no. 10) Road network: 7,690 metres of gravel road.

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Aréna-Salle communautaire Wemotaci, 52, rue Kenosi, C.P. 221, Wemotaci, (Québec), G0X 3R0(819) 666-4023(819) 666-4023

Centre de la petite enfance six saisons, 68, rue Kenosi, C.P. 218, Wemotaci, (Québec), G0X 3R0(819) 666-2331(819) 666-2815

Centre de Santé de Wemotaci, 93, rue Kenosi, C.P. 217, Wemotaci, (Québec), G0X 3R0(819) 666-2241(819) 666-2181

Centre des services sociaux Wemotaci, 110, Kenosi, Wemotaci, (Québec), G0X 3R0 (819) 666-2469(819) 666-2603

Confection Tapiskwan, 72, rue Wemotaci, Wemotaci, (Québec), G0X 3R0 (819) 666-2302(819) 666-2847

Conseil des Atikamekw de Wemotaci, 36, Kenosi, C.P. 221, Wemotaci, (Québec), G0X 3R0(819) 666-2237(819) 666-2209

École Primaire Seskitin, 41, rue Kenosi, C.P. 222, Wemotaci, (Québec), G0X 3R0 (819) 666-2226(819) 666-2479

École Secondaire Nikanik, 20, rue Waratinak, C.P. 222, Wemotaci, (Québec), G0X 3R0(819) 666-2232(819) 666-2233

Construction Meskano Inc., 60, rue Kenosi, Wemotaci, (Québec), G0X 3R0 (819) 523-4059

Les Constructions Atikamekw, 128, rue Wemotaci, Wemotaci, (Québec), G0X 3R0 (819) 523-2037

Maison des ainés, C.P. 221, Wemotaci, (Québec), G0X 3R0 (819) 666-4015

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Maison des jeunes, C.P. 221, Wemotaci, (Québec), G0X 3R0

(819) 666-2751(819) 666-2080 Radio Wemotaci Kitotakan (750 AM)(89,9 FM), 74, rue Kenosi, C.P. 139, Wemotaci, (Québec), G0X 3R0 (819) 666-2668(819) 666-2209

SEC - Développement Économique Nictamitakok, 55, rue Kenosi, Wemotaci, (Québec), G0X 3R0 (819) 666-2525(819) 666-2609

SEC - Services Forestiers Atikamekw Aski, 55, rue Kenosi, C.P. 225, Wemotaci, (Québec), G0X 3R0 (819) 666-2525(819) 666-2609 Sécurité publique de Wemotaci, 64, rue Kenosi, C.P. 220, Wemotaci, (Québec), G0X 3R0(819) 666-2238(819) 666-2396 Service aux patients - La Tuque, 530-2 Commercial, La Tuque, Quebec, G9X 3A8 (819) 523-4522(819) 523-6323 Station / Dépanneur Wemogaz Inc., 1, rue Acokan, C.P. 219, Wemotaci, (Québec), G0X 3R0(819) 666-2880(819) 666-2870 Transport Onikam, 118, rue Wemotaci, C.P. 60, Wemotaci, (Québec), G0X 3R0 (819) 666-2650(819) 666-2361 Weymok 128, rue Wemotaci, Wemotaci, (Québec), G0X 3R0 (819) 660-2037

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Atikamekw

Territoire :

Communauté de Wemotaci et de Coucoucache

Situation géographique :

La communauté de Wemotaci est située sur la rive nord de la rivière Saint-Maurice, à 100 kilomètres au nord-ouest de La Tuque. La communauté de Coucoucache est située sur la rive nord de la rivière Saint-Maurice et du réservoir Blanc, à 53 kilomètres au nord-ouest de La Tuque.

Superficie : Wemotaci : 2 978,00 hectares Coucoucache : 4,80 hectares

Population : 1 922

Principales langues parlées : Attikamekw, français

Gouvernement :

Conseil des Atikamekw de Wemotaci 36, Kenosi, C.P. 221, Wemotaci, Québec G0X 3R0 Tél.: (819) 666-2237 Fax: (819) 666-2209 https://www.wemotaci.com https://www.atikamekwsipi.com/fr

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, commerces et services, foresterie, piégeage, construction, transport, pourvoirie, tourisme.

Commerces et services :

Art et artisanat, bureau de poste, garderie, magasin général, mécanique automobile, restauration, dépanneur, station service.

Infrastructure :

Accès : deux chemins forestiers, la route 25 Ouest (100 km) et la route 10 Nord (200 km), atteignent Wemotaci depuis La Tuque. La communauté est aussi accessible par train. Réseau routier : 11 980 mètres de routes en gravier. Nombre de maisons : 209

Wemotaci

Territory:

Communities of Wemotaci and Coucoucache

Geographical location:

The community of Wemotaci is located on the north shore of the Saint-Maurice River, 100 km northwest of La Tuque. The community of Coucoucache is located on the north shore of the Saint-Maurice River and the Blanc Reservoir, 53 km northwest of La Tuque.

Area:

Wemotaci: 2,978 hectares Coucoucache: 4.8 hectares

Population: 1,922

Principal languages spoken: Attikamekw, French

Government:

Conseil des Atikamekw de Wemotaci 36, Kenosi, C.P. 221, Wemotaci, Québec G0X 3R0 Tel.: (819) 666-2237 Fax: (819) 666-2209 https://www.wemotaci.com https://www.atikamekwsipi.com/fr

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, businesses and services, forestry, trapping, construction, tourism, transport, outfitting.

Businesses and services:

Arts and handicrafts, auto repair, general store, post office, dairy, restaurant, daycare centre, convenience store.

Infrastructure:

Access: two logging roads, route 25 West (100 km) and route 10 North (200 km), reach Wemotaci from La Tuque. The community can also be reached by airplane and by train. Road network: 11,980 metres of gravel road. Number of houses: 209

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The Crees are the largest group in the Algonkian family in Canada. They are found in Saskatchewan and Manitoba, but the majority of them live in Ontario (over 13,000) and in Quebec (over 20,000).

Their presence in Quebec dates back to the beginning of human occupation of the Quebec territory, when they took their subsistence from the rich and various natural resources of the Hudson and James Bay shores. At that time, they were one of the small nomadic groups living primarily from game (moose, caribou, goose) and fish. The area’s unfertile soils and rigorous climate were not well suited to agriculture; however, birch trees and game abounded. Because of the intense cold, the furs were of exceptional quality and quickly attracted European merchants, despite the distance.

The first contacts with the Europeans occured in 1610, during the explorations of Henry Hudson. The fur trade boomed with the creation of the Hudson’s Bay Company, which obtained a monopoly on 13 million km2 of land in 1670. The French traders provided fierce competition for the English traders as they established themselves upstream of the major waterways and bought the furs before they reached the Company posts, which were near the coast. The rivalry does not appear to have affected the Crees, who dealt with both the English and French traders.

The second wave of contact was with the missionaries who settled there during the second half of the 19th century. During the 1950’s, the federal government starts the colonization of northern of Quebec and imposes the Indian Act to the Cree communities. Until that time, the Cree way of life remained almost unchanged, but with the introduction of mandatory schooling, the construction of permanent housing and the decline in the price of furs, the Crees way of life was dractically impacted.

The most important changes for the Cree communities (and the Inuit communities) occured in the 1970s. In 1975, as a result of the government of Quebec’s large scale hydroelectric projects, the Crees signed the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement (JBNQA) with the provincial and federal governments. In exchange for important land concessions, they obtained monetary compensation and the rights and powers conferred by the JBNQA. This agreement was the first of its kind ever signed in North America between Native and non-Native governments. However, the implementation of the JBNQA created many problems, which the Government of Quebec and the Cree nation agreed to resolve by signing the ‘Paix des Braves’ in 2002, thereby establishing the basis for a new nation-to-nation relationship.

The Agreement establishes the system of Category 1 (Villages) and Category 2 (exclusive hunting grounds) lands. It grants significant powers and defines the institutions authorized to exercise them, such as the Cree Regional Authority, the Cree Board of Health and Social Services, the Cree Hunters and Trappers Income Security Office and the Cree School Board.

The Grand Council of the Crees, established before the JBNQA, is still the political organization wich represents the Crees in dealings with the various governments. The Cree Regional Authority manages the services and programs offered to the communities, such as housing and environment.

The Cree communities have realized drastic changes, particularly in the social transportation, construction and tourism sectors, but it has not meant the loss of traditions. Over 30 of the actual members of the Cree communities in Quebec still live from traditional activities related to fishing, hunting and trapping, the Cree People, as a whole, benefit from harvesting wildlife resources.

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LES CRISLES CRIS

Les Cris constituent le plus important groupe de la famille linguistique algonquienne du Canada. Ils sont présents en Saskatchewan et au Manitoba, bien que la majorité des Cris vivent en Ontario (plus de 13 000) et au Québec (plus de 20 000).

Leur présence au Québec remonte au tout début de l’occupation humaine du territoire québécois, où ils exploitaient les ressources fauniques et halieutiques des côtes de la Baie d’Hudson et de la Baie-James. Ils forment de petits groupes de nomades se nourrissant principalement de gibier (original, caribou, oie sauvage) et de poisson. Ces terres peu fertiles, au climat rigoureux, ne se prêtent guère à l’agriculture. En contrepartie, le gibier abonde et, à cause du froid intense, la fourrure est d’une qualité exceptionnelle; elle a tôt fait d’attirer les marchands européens en dépit de l’éloignement.

Les premiers contacts avec les Européens ont été établis dès 1610, lors des explorations d’Henri Hudson. Le commerce des fourrures prend alors son essor avec la fondation de la Compagnie de la Baie d’Hudson qui obtient, en 1670, le monopole de ce commerce sur un territoire de 13 millions de kilomètres carrés. Les marchands français livrent toutefois une concurrence féroce aux marchants Anglais: ils s’installent en amont des grands cours d’eau et achètent les fourrures avant qu’elles n’atteignent les postes de la Compagnie, situés près de la côte. Cette lutte ne semble pas déranger les Cris, qui traitent aussi bien avec les marchants Anglais qu’avec les Français.

La seconde vague de contacts se fait avec des missionnaires qui s’installent sur leurs territoires au cours de la seconde moitié du XIXe siècle.

Dans les années 1950, le gouvernement fédéral entame la colonisation du nord québécois et impose la Loi sur les Indiens aux communautés cries. Jusque là, le mode de vie des Cris n’avait guère changé mais avec l’instauration de l’école obligatoire, la construction d’habitations permanentes et le déclin du prix des fourrures, le mode de vie des Cris fut secoué drastiquement.

Ce sont toutefois durant les années 1970 que les changements les plus importants se produiront pour les Cris comme pour les Inuit. En 1975, dans la foulée des grands projets hydroélectriques du gouvernement québécois, les Cris signent la Convention de la Baie James et du Nord Québécois conjointement avec le gouvernement fédéral et provincial. En échange d’importantes concessions ter-ritoriales, ils obtiennent une compensation monétaire, ainsi que des droits et des pouvoirs consignés dans la Convention de la Baie James et du Nord québécois (CBJNQ). Ce fut la première convention du genre signée en Amérique du Nord entre des instances gouvernementales et autochtones. La mise en œuvre de la CBJNQ engendre cependant de nombreux problèmes, que le gouvernement du Québec et la nation crie conviennent de régler par la signature de la ‘Paix des Braves’ en 2002, établissant ainsi les bases d’une nouvelle relation de nation à nation.

La Convention de la Baie-James détermine le régime des terres de catégorie I (les villages) et celles de catégorie II (les territoires de chasse exclusifs). Elle accorde des pouvoirs administratifs aux Cris et définit les institutions autorisées à les exercer par la création de nouvelles structures telles l’Administration régionale crie, le Conseil régional de la santé et des services sociaux cri, l’Office de la Sécurité du revenu des chasseurs et piégeurs cris, la Commission scolaire crie.

Le Grand Conseil des Cris, mis sur pied avant la signature de la CBJNQ, demeure l’organisme politique représentant les Cris auprès des gouvernements. L’Administration régionale crie gère les services et programmes offerts aux collectivités tels l’habitation et l’environnement.

Les communautés cries ont connu des changements drastiques, notamment dans les secteurs sociaux, du transport routier et aérien, de la construction, du tourisme, etc. ce qui ne remet pas en cause le mode de vie traditionnel, car la plupart des membres des communautés cries du Québec vivent encore des activités traditionnelles reliées à la chasse la pêche et le piégeage, ainsi que des ressources de la faune et de la flore.

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NATIONS / CRISCREES

Daisy House Lameboy, Chief

Paula Napash, Vice Chief

Natasha Bates, Concillor

Mabel Bearskin, Concillor

James Bobbish, Concillor

Kevin House, Concillor

Christina Kitty, Concillor

Charlotte Kanatewat Moar, Concillor

Archie Moar Sr. , Concillor

Gordon Neacappo, Concillor

Tommy Sam, Concillor

Thomas Shem, Concillor

Mark Wadden, Concillor

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Dir. Gen. of Operations, thomaswashipabano@chisasibi.ca

Assistant DGO, christophernapash@chisasibi.ca

Corporate Secretary, Treasurer,

Brighter Futures / Waaskimaashtaau Newletter, (819) 855-2878, ext. 309

Field Office / Carpentry Shop, (819) 855-2500

Fitness Centre, (819) 855-2878, 420

Heritage & Cultural Centre (Museum), (819) 855-3311

Air Creebec Inc., (819) 855-2715

Amiskw Consultants Inc., (819) 855-2212

Anjabowa Childcare Centre, (819) 855-1850 / 855-2050 / 855-1857

Bear Construction, (819) 855-2106 / 2360

Big River Transport, 1 (800) 567-6420

Brian’s Photo Studio, (819) 855-7917

Bruno's Towing & Service, (819) 855-2937 Canada Post Corporation, (819) 855-2890

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, (819) 855-2803

Chee-Bee Cree Construction, (819) 855-1700

Chez-Asipi (Mitchuap) Restaurant, (819) 855-2426

Chisasibi Business Development Group, (819) 855-2977

Chisasibi Business Services Centre, (819) 855-3380

Chisasibi Centre Inc. / Motel / Maamuu Centre, (819) 855-2838

Chisasibi Community Radio Station (CHFG 101.1 FM), (819)855-2527 / 855-2619

Chisasibimi Gas Station, (819) 855-2622

Chisasibi Surveyors Reg’d, (819) 855-2212

Chisasibi Tourism, (819) 855-2878, ext. 334

Chistapitan True Value Reg'd (Hardware), (819) 855-2078

Cody’s Convenience Store, (819) 855-2257

ConCreete Construction, (819) 855-1740

Consumer's Co-operative of Chisasibi, (819) 855-2828

Cree Board of Health & Soc. Serv. of James Bay, (819) 855-2744

Chisasibi Hospital (CBHSSJB), (819) 855-2844

Chisasibi Miyupimaatisiiun Centre, (819) 855-3150

Multi-Service Day Centre, (819) 855-2660

Social Services, (819) 855-3150

Weesapou Group Home, (819) 855-2681

Youth Protection, (819) 855-3044 / 1(819) 409-6884

Cree Construction & Development Company, (819) 855-1700

Cree Excavation Construction, (819) 855-5049

Cree Human Resources Dept. (CHRD/CNG), (819) 855-2675 / 855-2676

Cree Mart, (819) 855-1765

Cree School Board, (819) 855-2230

Head Start Program, (819) 855-2833

James Bay Eeyou School, (819) 855-2833

Waapinichiskush Elementary School, (819) 855-2833

Sabtuan Adult Education, (819) 855-2230

Dir. of Housing, Dir. of Human Resources, barbaraspencer@chisasibi.ca

Dir. of Public Works, lesliebobbish@chisasibi.ca

Job's Memorial Gardens (Arena), (819) 855-2515 Mitchuap Building, (819) 855-2888 Recreation Dept., (819) 855-2878, ext. 311 Swimming Pool, (819) 855-2775 Youth Centre, (819) 855-2211

Cree Trappers Association, (819) 855-2878

EC Taachiiwaatin Driving School, (819) 855-2387

Eeyou-Eenou Police Force (EEPF), (819) 855-3499 / 855-2332

First Nations Bank of Canada, (819) 855-3458 House Sound Services, (819) 855-2473 / (514) 206-9903

Income Security Program, (819) 855-3458

Inuit Multi-Purpose Complex, (819) 855-1886

James Bay Eeyou Companee, (819) 855-2830

Jimmy’s Photo Shop, (819) 855-2992 / 855-7171 Justice Building, (819) 855-2120

Kandi's Convenience Store, (819) 855-1715 Kin-wapt Cable TV Inc., (819) 855-2191 Linda's Coffee Shop, (819) 855-2629 Manchaow Construction, (819) 855-2046

Minhamin Trucking & Landscaping, (819) 855-5408 Moookabi Construction, (819) 855-2360 Niskafe, (819) 855-3019

Niskamoon Corporation, (819) 855-3377 Northern Store, (819) 855-2710 Pachano Auto Repairs &Services, (819) 855-2700 Pash-Moar Pizza, (819) 855-2080 Petronor Gas Station, (819) 855-2427

RPM (Ryan Sam), (819) 855-5288 / 855-6027

Saskounan Excavation, (819) 855-6690

St. Philip’s Anglican Church , (819) 855-3480 St. Joseph Catholic Mission /Church, (819) 855-2892 / 855-2893

Taxi Martinhunter, (819) 855-2104 / 855-7051

Taxi Picard, (819) 855-7800

Taxi Rupert, (819) 855-5820 / 855-7030

Thunderstorm Lights & Sound, (819) 855-7717

Victoria’s Floral, (514) 978-3312 Wapinchuksh Consulting, (819) 855-6690 Welfare Office, (819) 855-2894 Wildlife Protection (WPO), (819) 855-2449 / 1 (819) 638-8305

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Chisasibi

Territoire :

Communauté de Chisasibi

Situation géographique :

Le village de Chisasibi est bordé, à l’ouest, par la Baie James et, au nord, par La Grande Rivière.

Superficie : 1 309,56 kilomètres2

Population : 4 604

Principales langues parlées : Cri, anglais

Gouvernement :

Cree Nation of Chisasibi C.P. 150, 1 Riverside Drive, Chisasibi, Québec J0M 1E0 Tél.: (819) 855-2878 Fax: (819) 855-2875 https://chisasibi.ca https://www.cngov.ca/fr

Activités économiques :

Commerces et services, construction, piégeage, tourisme, pourvoirie, transport.

Commerces et services :

Alimentation, art et artisanat, articles de sport, bureau de poste, dépanneurs, essence, garderies, hôtelleries, magasins à rayons, mécanique automobile, moteurs hors-bord, motoneiges, production audiovisuelle, réparation de canots, restauration, services bancaires, taxi.

Infrastructure :

Accès : Chisasibi est accessible toute l’année par la route Chisasibi-LG2 qui rejoint la route asphaltée se rendant à Matagamii, à 684 kilomètres au sud. Une ligne aérienne relie Eastmain, Chisasibi Waskaganish, Wemindji, Whapmagoostui et Val-d’Or.

Réseau routier : données non disponibles. Nombre de maisons (including apartments): 836

Territory: Community of Chisasibi

Geographical location:

Chisasibi is bounded on the west by James Bay and on the north by the La Grande River.

Area: 1,309.56 square kilometres

Population: 4,604

Principal languages spoken: Cree, English

Government : Cree Nation of Chisasibi P.O. Box 150, 1 Riverside Drive, Chisasibi, Québec J0M 1E0 Tél.: (819) 855-2878 Fax: (819) 855-2875 https://chisasibi.ca https://www.cngov.ca/fr

Economic activities:

Businesses and services, construction, tourism, trapping, outfitting, transport.

Businesses and services: Arts and handicrafts, department store, restaurants, food supplier, audio-visual production, canoe repairs, gasoline, sporting goods, automobile repairs, hotel, taxis, convenience stores, banking services, day-care centres, post office.

Infrastructure:

Access: Chisasibi is accessible year-round by the Chisasibi-LG2 Road, which connects with the paved road leading to Matagami, 684 km to the south. An airline provides connections between Eastmain, Chisasibi, Waskaganish, Wemindji, Whapmagoostui and Val-d’Or. Road network: data unavailable. Number of houses (including apartments): 836

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Chisasibi

Air Creebec / Chisasibi, Chisasibi Airport, P.O. Box 52, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0(819) 855-2665(819) 855-2666

Anjabowa Daycare Services, P.O.Box 219, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-1850(819) 855-1860

Apatisiiwin Training Programs, P.O. Box 620, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2830(819) 855-2677

Bear Construction (RBQ # 8334-4754-01), P.O. Box 564, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0(819) 855-2106(819) 855-2383

Brian Stewart Photographer, P.O. Box 408, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-3479

Bruno’s Towing & Services Reg’d, P.O. Box 227, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2937(819) 855-2937

Canada Post Corporation / Chisasibi, General Delivery, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0(819) 855-2890(819) 855-2376

Chaapnikshii Outfitters Reg’d, P.O. Box 551, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2878(819) 855-2255

Chez Asiipii Restaurant, General Delivery, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-1765(819) 855-1742

Chisasibi Airport, P.O. Box 150, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2622(819) 855-2875

Chisasibi Anglican Church of Canada, General Delivery, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0(819) 855-3480

Chisasibi Band Garage, P.O. Box 150, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2700(819) 855-2701

Chisasibi Business Development Group, P.O. Box 339, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-1700(819) 855-2271

Chisasibi Business Services Centre, P.O. Box 939, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-3380(819) 855-3374

Chisasibi Center Inc., P.O.Box 330, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-3089(819) 855-2271

Chisasibi Co-op, P.O.Box 390, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2828(819) 855-3091

Chisasibi Cree Court Worker Program, P.O. Box 305, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2962(819) 855-2483

Chisasibi Cree Hunters & Trappers Income Security Program, P.O. Box 300, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2067(819) 855-2403

Chisasibi Cree Trappers Association, P.O. Box 150, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2878(819) 855-3304

Chisasibi Firehall, P.O. Box 150, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2911(819) 855-2546

Chisasibi Fitness Center, P.O. Box 150, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2878(819) 855-2330

Chisasibi Group Home, General Delivery, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2681(819) 855-2356

Chisasibi Hospital Center & CLSC, P.O. Box 250, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2844(819) 855-2867

Chisasibi Hydro Quebec, General Delivery, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2694

Chisasibi James Bay Eeyou Corporation, P.O.Box 360, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2830(819) 855-2677

Chisasibi Local Employment Centre, P.O. Box 899, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2894(819) 855-2574

Chisasibi Northern Store, P.O. Box 120, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2710(819) 855-2511

Chisasibi Police Force, P.O. Box 329, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2882(819) 855-2298

Chisasibi Telecommunication Association (CHFG 101,1 FM), P.O. Box 420, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2527(819) 855-3186

Chisasibi Youth Council, P.O. Box 150, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2878(819) 855-2875

Chisasibi Youth Protection, P.O. Box 250, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2844(819) 855-9066

Chistapitin True Value Reg’d, P.O. Box 587, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2078(819) 855-3386

Cody’s Convenience Store 14 Chisasibi Rd, Chisasibi (Québec) J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2257

Concreete Construction, 21 Industrial Park Road, P.O. Box 449, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0(819) 855-1740(819) 855-1909

Cree Board of Health & Social Services of James Bay / Head Office, P.O. Box 250, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2844(819) 855-2098

Cree Construction Development Company - Chisasibi, 3 Aahppisaach, P.O. Box 860, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-1700(819) 855-1701

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ChisasibiCris / Crees

Cree Mart 16 FORT GEORGE ROAD, Fort-George, Quebec, QC J0M 1E0 (819) 855-1765

Fort-George, Quebec, QC J0M 1E0 819-855-1765

Cree Nation of Chisasibi, P.O. Box 150, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2878(819) 855-2875

Cree School Board Education Services, General Delivery, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0(819) 855-2230(819) 855-2519

Eeyou Eenou Police Force, 455 Wolverine Road, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2332(819) 855-2832

First Nations Bank of Canada - Chisasibi Branch, P.O. Box 399, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0(888) 825-3458(819) 855-3496

Fort George Heritage & Cultural Centre Project, P.O. Box 150, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0(819) 855-2878(819) 855-2875

Ginwat Cable Television Inc., P.O. Box 420, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2191(819) 855-3186

James Bay Eeyou School, General Delivery, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2833(819) 855-2534

Martinhunter Taxi, P.O. Box 1, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-3241

Mitchuap Community Center, P.O. Box 150, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2888

Nadockmi, P.O. Box 240, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-3000(819) 855-3289

Native Para-Judicial Services of Québec Courtworkers / James Bay Area, Centre administrative, C.P. 305, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1W0 (819) 855-2962(819) 855-3304

Ouwah Store 18 Fort George Road #151 Inuit complex, Chisasibi (Qc) J0M 1E0 (514) 588-3162

Pimiiukimikw (Chisasibi Gas Station), P.O. Box 159, Chisasibi, (Québec), J0M 1E0 (819) 855-2427(819) 855-3462

Waastooskuun Hotel 1 Aschishtuu Rd, Chisasibi (Qc) J0M 1E0 (844) 855-3335

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NATIONS / CRISCREES

Eastmain

CREE NATION OF EASTMAIN

KENNETH CHEEZO

DENISE BROWN

Air Creebec / Eastmain, Eastmain Airport, General Delivery, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0(819) 977-0212(819) 977-0351

Apatisiiwin / Eastmain Office 76, Nouchimi Eastmain (Qc) J0M 1W0 (819) 977-2501

Cree Nation of Eastmain, Wellness Department 3 Memao Meskino, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0 (819) 977-2002(819) 977-2088

Cree Nation of Eastmain, P.O. Box 90, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0 (819) 977-0211(819) 977-0281

Cree School Board / Eastmain, P.O. Box 110, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0 (819) 977-0244(819) 977-0277

Cree Trappers Association, P.O. Box 59, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0 (819) 977-2165(819) 977-2168

Eastmain Airport / Tower, General Delivery, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0 (819) 977-0332(819) 977-0387

Eastmain Arena, P.O. Box 90, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0 (819) 977-2262(819) 977-2071

Eastmain Clinic, P.O. Box 149, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0 (819) 977-0241(819) 977-0342

Eastmain Grocery Store Enr., 14 Opinaca Road, P.O.Box 79, Eastmain, (Québec),

Eastmain Income Security Program,

Cariboo Road,

977-0285(819) 977-0364

977-2165(819) 977-2168

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EastmainCris / Crees

Territoire : Communauté d’Eastmain

Situation géographique :

Eastmain est situé à l’embouchure de la rivière Eastmain sur la baie James.

Superficie : 589 kilomètres2

Population : 978

Principales langues parlées :

Cri, anglais, français

Gouvernement :

Cree Nation of Eastmain P.O. Box 90, Eastmain, Québec J0M 1W0 Tél.: (819) 977-0211 Tél.: (819) 977-0281 https://www.eastmain.ca https://www.cngov.ca/fr

Activités économiques :

Art artisanat, commerces et services, piégeage, tourisme, restaurants, transports, construction, pourvoirie.

Commerces et services :

Art et artisanat, hôtellerie, salle de jeux électronique, bureau de poste, câblodistributeur, magasin général, tissus, eau de source, traiteur, essence, restauration, salle de billard, eau distillée, épicerie.

Infrastructure :

Accès : Eastmain est accessible par une route de gravier qui rejoint la route Matagami-Chisasibi. Une ligne aérienne relie Eastmain, Chisasibi et Val-d’Or.

Réseau routier : 14 km Nombre de maisons : 150

Territory: Community of Eastmain

Geographical location:

The territory is located where the Eastmain River flows into James Bay.

Area: 589 square kilometres

Population: 978

Principal languages spoken: Cree, English, French

Gouvernement :

Cree Nation of Eastmain P.O. Box 90, Eastmain, Québec J0M 1W0 Tel.: (819) 977-0211 Tél.: (819) 977-0281 https://www.eastmain.ca https://www.cngov.ca/fr

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, businesses and services, tourism, trapping, restaurants, transport, construction, outfitting.

Businesses and services:

Gasoline, post office, arts and handicrafts, restaurants, cable system, general store, spring water, caterer, hotel, video arcade, pool hall, grocery store, distilled water.

Infrastructure:

Access: Eastmain is accessible by a gravel road, that connects with the highway running between Chisasibi and Matagami. An airline connects Eastmain, Chisasibi and Val-d’Or. Road network: 14 km Number of houses: 150

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Eastmain NNADAP Program, P.O. Box 149, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0 (819) 977-0286(819) 977-0342

Eastmain Northern Store, P.O. Box 150, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0 (819) 977-0269(819) 977-0350

Eeyou Eenou Police, 2 Mewabin Road, P.O. Box 89, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0 (819) 977-0213(819) 977-2442

Eastmain Post Office, General Delivery, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0 (819) 977-0268

Eastmain Public Safety Department, 2 Mewabin, P.O. Box 89, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0(819) 977-3080(819) 977-2442

Eastmain Water Treatment Plant, 147 Shabow Meskino, P.O. Box 80, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0(819) 977-2025(819) 977-0281

Eastmain Wellness Centre, 3 Memao Meskino, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0 (819) 977-2000(819) 977-2088

Eastmain Youth Protection, P.O. Box 149, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0 (819) 977-0282(819) 977-0342

Eneyaauhkaat Lodge River Side Dr, Eastmain, Quebec, Quebec J0M 1W0 (819) 977-2220

Multi-Service Development Centre, P.O. Box 149, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0 (819) 977-2650(819) 977-0342

Stajune Construction Inc., 76 Nouchimi Rd, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0 (819) 977-0234(819) 977-0313

Stajune Gas Bar, 76 Nouchimi Rd, P.O. Box 84, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0 (819) 977-2141(819) 977-2151

Sunrise Amusement Center, P.O. Box 84, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0 (819) 977-0375(819) 977-0281

Wabannutao Eeyou Development Corporation - Eastmain, 76 Nouchimi Rd, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0 (819) 977-0355(819) 977-0356

Wabannutao Eeyou School, P.O. Box 110, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0 (819) 977-0244(819) 977-0277

Wabannutao Eeyou Telecommunication Association (WETA-FM 89,9), P.O. Box 83, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0 (819) 977-0267(819) 977-3088

Waseyapin Childcare Centre, 320 Shibish Meskino, P.O. Box 2, Eastmain, (Québec), J0M 1W0(819) 977-2207(819) 977-2209

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A.C. Plastering & Painting – 15 Bedabin Street, G0W 1C0 (418) 770-8128

Ace Hardware 152 Amisk, G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3898

Addy’s Corner Store – 8 Queen Street, G0W 1C0 (819) 860-3922

Adels Canteen – 206 Main Street, G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2737

Adels Restaurant, 127 Mistissini Blvd., Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3201(418) 923-3801

Aamuu Solutions – 32 CoonCome Street, G0W 1C0 (418) 770-6586

Apatisiiwi Mistissini 32 Amisk Street, Mistissini (Québec) G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2525

Auberge Mistissini Lodge, 24 Amisk Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2333(418) 923-2335

Awash Daycare, 104 St-John Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-4040(418) 923-4044

Awassah Store – 168 Main Street, G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2933

Big Rock Eeyou Management – 192A Awashish Drive, G0W1C0 (514) 601-1095

Caisse Desjardins Eenou Eeyou, 136 Amanda Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0(418) 923-3289(418) 923-2224

Chiiwetin Gas Station, 200 Main Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2949(418) 923-2961

C.I.N Transport – 10 Waapstan Street, G0W 1C0 (418) 770-6054

CoonCome Enterprise/RCI 243 Mistissini Boulevard, G0W 1C0 (418) 770-5878

Cree Board of Health & Social Services of James Bay / Mistissini Clinic, 395 Mistissini Blvd., Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3376(418) 923-2040

Cree Department of Justice and Correctional Services, 301 Queen Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 745-2260(418) 923-2661

Cree Hunters and Trappers Income Security Program / Mistissini, 187 Main Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3461(418) 923-3115

Cree Icon Inc. – 43 Iserhoff Street, G0W 1C0 (819) 862-7237

Cree Nation of Mistissini Economic Development, 187 Main Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3461(418) 923-3115

Cree Nation of Mistissini, 187 Main Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3461(418) 923-3115

Cree Nord Excavation – 31 Waapstan Street, G0W 1C0 (418) 770-9744

Cree School Board / Head office, 203 Main Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2764(418) 923-3838

Cree Source for Sports, 155 Amanda Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2733(418) 923-2704

Cree Trapline Contracting Services, P.O. Box 1461, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3461

Cree Trappers Association / Mistissini, 139 Main Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0(418) 923-3461(418) 923-3086

DS.Macleod Consulting – 3 Mistissini Boulevard, G0W 1C0 (418) 770-6071

Eenatuk Forestry – 187, Main Street, Mistissini (Qc) G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2233

Envirocree – 28 Main Street, G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2887

Eskan Company / Makaahlikan Construction, 187 Main Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0(418) 923-2233(418) 923-2666

Exploration J.A. MacLeod, 168 Riverside, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3310(418) 923-3310

Flair Salon – 152 Amisk, G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3040

GB Auto Repair, 285A Main Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2483418-923-2573

Gingras – Shecapio Inc. - 246 Awashish Drive, G0W1C0 (418) 770-5906

Grizzly Excavation – 348 Queen Street, G0W 1C0 (418) 770-6716

James Bay Cree Communications Society / Société des communications cries de la Baie James, 75 Riverside Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3191(418) 923-2088

J.Coon Transport Reg’d – 19 Waapstan Street, G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3515

Johnny Gunner Reg’d, 43 Queen Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3108(418) 923-3115

KWB Consultant – 359 Mistissini Boulevard, G0W 1C0 (418) 770-6103

Lakeview Restraunt – 24 Amisk Street, G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2300

Loon Plastering & Painting – 20 Bedabin Street, G0W 1C0 (581) 579-0570

Matoush Tire Shop – 251 Main Street, G0W1C0 (418) 923-2763

Meechum Inc. Store, 136 Amanda Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3217(418) 923-2450

Minnie Coonishish Consulting – 310 Queen Street, G0W 1C0 (418) 770-5905

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Mista Hotdog, 6 Waapstan Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0

(418) 923-3177

Mistay Enterprises – 51 Mistissini Boulevard, G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3262

Mistissini Church of St. John Evangelist, General Delivery, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0(418) 923-3230

Mistissini Dental Clinic, 395 Mistissini Blvd., Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0

(418) 923-2338(418) 923-3240

Mistissini Elders Home, 8 Cheno Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-4055

Mistissini Group Home, 96 Riverside Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2260(418) 923-3015

Mistissini Inland CLSC, 203 Mistissini Blvd., Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2332(418) 923-2040

Mistissini Lake Telecommunication Association (CINI - FM Radio), 163B Amisk Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3333(418) 923-2413

Mistissini Maamuu Ataawaaukamikw (General Store), 152 Amisk, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3898(418) 923-2413

Mistissini Municipal Garage / Road and Walk-Ways, 189 Main Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2409(418) 923-3968

Mistissini Municipal Services, 187 Main Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3259(418) 923-3115 Mistissini Native Women’s Association, 187 Main Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0(418) 923-3343(418) 923-3373

CREE NATION OF MISTISSINI

187 Main Street, Mistissini (Québec), G0W 1C0

Tel.: (418) 923-3461 Fax.: (418) 923-3115 Website: www.mistissini.com

Home of the largest natural lake in Québec Site du plus grand lac naturel au Québec

CHIEF/CHEF

DEPUTY CHIEF/CHEF ADJOINT

Gerald Longchap

COUNCILLORS/CONSEILLERS

Justice Coon Come Samuel Mianscum

Willie Iserhoff Mary Jane Petawabano

William Macleod Roderick Petawabano

Jerry Matoush Abel Trapper

John S. Matoush

CORPORATE SECRETARY/ SECRÉTAIRE DE DIRECTION

Sophie Matoush

DIRECTOR GENERAL/ DIRECTEUR GÉNÉRAL

Titus Shecapio

TREASURER/TRÉSORIÈRE

Annie Cheechoo

DIRECTOR OF FINANCE/ DIRECTEUR DES FINANCES

Nellie Brien

DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES/ DIRECTEUR DES RESSOURCES HUMAINES

Andrew Neeposh

DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/ DIRECTEUR DU DÉVELOPPEMENT COMMUNAUTAIRE

Hubert Petawabano

DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT/ DIRECTEUR DU DÉVELOPPEMENT SOCIAL

Elizabeth Ashamock

DIRECTOR OF MUNICIPAL SERVICES/ DIRECTEUR DES SERVICES MUNICIPAUX

Jonathan MacLeod

DIRECTOR OF MIICHUWAAP/ DIRECTEUR DE MIICHUWAAP

Rita Trapper

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Territoire :

Communauté de Mistissini

Situation géographique : Mistissini est situé à 90 kilomètres au nord-est de Chibougamau, en bordure du lac Mistassini.

Superficie : 1 380,43 kilomètres2

Population : 3 903

Principales langues parlées : Cri, anglais

Gouvernement :

Cree Nation of Mistissini 187 Main Street, Mistissini, Québec G0W 1C0 Tél.: (418) 923-3461 Fax: (418) 923-3115 https://www.facebook.com/Cree-Nation-of-Mistissini 283179395149064 https://www.cngov.ca/fr

Activités économiques :

Commerces et services, foresterie, piégeage, tourisme, pourvoirie, construction, transport.

Commerces et services :

Alimentation, services de secrétariat, art et artisanat, dépanneur, meubles, services immobiliers, articles de pêche, essence, buanderie, exploration pétrolière, restauration, bureau de poste, services bancaires, vêtements, canots, garderie, vidéos, centre d’entrainement, motel/hotel, B&B.

Infrastructure :

Accès : Mistissini est accessible en automobile toute l’année par une route pavée, depuis Chibougamau (route 167). Un aéroport à Chibougamau, à 100 kilomètres au sud, dessert la région. Réseau routier : données non disponibles. Nombre de maisons : 719

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Territory: Community of Mistissini

Geographical location:

The territory is located 90 km northeast of Chibougamau, on the shore of Lake Mistassini.

Area:

1,380.43 square kilometres

Population: 3,903

Principal languages spoken: Cree, English

Gouvernement : Cree Nation of Mistissini 187 Main Street, Mistissini, Québec G0W 1C0

Tel.: (418) 923-3461 Fax: (418) 923-3115 https://www.facebook.com/Cree-Nation-of-Mistissini 283179395149064 https://www.cngov.ca/fr

Economic activities:

Business and services, logging, tourism, trapping, outfitting, transport, construction.

Businesses and services:

Arts and handicrafts, convenience store, laundry, banking services, day-care centre, oil exploration, secretarial services, food supplier, post office, tackle shop, real estate services, clothing, furniture, restaurant, video rental, gasoline, fitness center, motel/hotel, B&B.

Infrastructure:

Access: Mistissini is accessible by automobile throughout the year by the paved road from Chibougamau (Highway 167). An airline connects the community with Chibougamau, 100 km to the south. Road network: data unavailable. Number of houses: 719

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Mistassini Outfitting Camps Inc. 187 Main (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3461

Mistissini Pentecostal Church, 204 Nesk Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3365

Mistissini Police Service, 192 Main Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3278(418) 923-3076

Mistissini Post Office, General Delivery, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2378

Mistissini Public Safety / Fire Department, 259 Mistissini Blvd., Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0(418) 923-3222(418) 923-3883

Mistissini Readaptation Center, 282 Main Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3600(418) 923-3610

Mistissini Sabtuan Adult Education Services, 232 Mistissini Blvd., Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0(418) 923-3347

Mistissini Social Services, 203 Mistissini Blvd., Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2334(418) 923-2040

Mistissini Student Services, 232 Mistissini Blvd., Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3485(418) 923-3302

Mistissini Tourism Office, 24 Amisk Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3461

Mistissini Youth Protection, 203 Mistissini Blvd., Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2334(418) 923-2040

M.Y. Surveying – 192 Awashish Drive, G0W 1C0 (418) 770-8156

M.Y. Construction – 192 Awashish Drive, G0W 1C0 (418) 770-8156

Naococoane Construction – 216 Industrial Road, G0W 1C0 (418) 879-0141(418) 770-0130

Native Para-Judicial Services of Québec Courtworkers / James Bay Area (Chibougamau), General Delivery, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2661(418) 923-3115

Neeposh Enterprise – 227 Mistissini Boulevard, G0W 1C0 (418) 770-3315

Niibiischii Corporation – 1584, route 167 Nord C.P. 38 Chibougamau (Québec), G8P 2K5(418) 748-7748

Nikki’s Grill – 20 Mishekw Street, G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2432

Nisk Construction, General Delivery, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2276

Petawabano Flooring – 80 Albanel, G0W 1C0 (418) 770-8721

Pimi-Plus Esso, 284 Queen Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2727(418) 923-2729

Rabbitskin Excavation – 288 Nesk Street, G0W 1C0 (418) 770-5611

R & D Eenou Lumber, 285-B Main Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2571(418) 923-2573

SN Landworks – 40 Mistissini Boulevard, G0W1C0 (418) 770-9422

R.J. Coon Equipment Reg’d, 240 Amisk Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2700

Tim Hortons, 200B Main Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2909

Transport Gunner – 43 Queen Street, G0W 1C0 (418) 770-4187

Transport M Mark – 17 Waabinuutau Street, G0W1C0 (418) 770-1279

Voyageur Driving School – 203 Mistissini Boulevard, G0W 1C0 (418) 770-3699

Voyageur Memorial School, 232 Mistissini Blvd., Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3485(418) 923-3302

Waasheshkun Airways, 24 Amisk Street, Mistissini, (Quebec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-3236(418) 923-3312

Wapachee & Sons – 275 Amisk Street, G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2812

Wasteskun Youth Center, 184 Main Street, Mistissini, (Québec), G0W 1C0 (418) 923-2274(418) 923-3115

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Cris / Crees Nemaska

Air Creebec - Airport / Nemaska, General Delivery, Nemaska, (Quebec), J0Y 3B0 (819) 672-2121

Cree Nation of Eeyou Istchee Head Office, 2 Lakeshore Road, Nemaska, Ontario, J0Y 3B0(819) 673-2600(819) 673-2606

Cree Nation of Nemaska Municipal Garage, 21 George Cheezo Road, Nemaska, (Quebec), J0Y 3B0 (819) 673-2144

Cree Nation of Nemaska Social Services, General Delivery, Nemaska, (Quebec), J0Y 3B0(819) 673-2516

Cree Nation of Nemaska - Nemaska Head Office (Band Office), 32 Machishteweyah Street, Nemaska, (Quebec), J0Y 3B0 (819) 673-2512(819) 673-2542

Cree School Board Sabtuan Adult Education Nemaska, 9 Lakeshore Road, Nemaska, (Quebec), J0Y 3B0 (819) 673-2228

Cree Trappers Association: Nemaska, 12 Lakeshore Road, Nemaska, (Quebec), J0Y 3B0(819) 673-2030(819) 673-2033 Eenou Eeyou Police Force, General Delivery, Nemaska, (Quebec), J0Y 3B0 (819) 673-2506(819) 673-2158

Gestion A D C Ltee Restaurant Nemiscau, KM 290 Route du Nord, Nemaska, (Quebec), J0Y 3B0(819) 672-2202

Nemaska Clinic, 7 Lakeshore Road, P.O. Box 29, Nemaska, (Quebec), J0Y 3B0 (819) 673-2511(819) 673-2554

Nemaska Community Church, 13 George Cheezo Road, Nemaska, (Quebec), J0Y 3B0(819) 673-2223

Nemaska Development Corporation (N.C.D.), 32 Machishteweyah Street, Nemaska, (Quebec), J0Y 3B0 (819) 673-2512(819) 673-2542

Nemaska Fire Hall Public Safety, 11 George Cheezo Road, Nemaska, (Quebec), J0Y 3B0(819) 673-2442(819) 673-2000

Nemaska First Nation Sports Complex, 13 rue Lakeshore, Nemaska, (Quebec), J0Y 3B0(819) 673-2244(819) 673-2245

Nemaska FM Radio Station (99,9 FM), 6 Lakeshore Road, Nemaska, (Quebec), J0Y 3B0(819) 673-2290(819) 673-2360

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Nemaska Gas Bar, 60 George Cheezo Road, Nemaska, (Quebec), J0Y 3B0 (819) 673-2559(819) 673-2542

Nemaska Hotel and Restaurant, 2 Lake Shore Road, Nemaska, (Quebec), J0Y 3B0 (819) 673-2615(819) 673-2233

Nemaska Multiday Services Center, 20 Bedabin Trail, Nemaska, (Québec), J0Y 3B0 (819) 673-2050

Nemaska Omni Groceries, A-25 George Cheezo Road, Nemaska, (Québec), J0Y 3B0(819) 673-2525(819) 673-2147

Nemaska Post Office, D 25 George Cheezo Road, Nemaska, (Québec), J0Y 3B0 (819) 673-2565(819) 673-2542

Nemaska Wellness Center, 6 Lakeshore Road, Nemaska, (Québec), J0Y 3B0 (819) 673-2188(819) 673-2323

Nemaska Wellness Residence, General Delivery, Nemaska, (Québec), J0Y 3B0 (819) 673-2311

NNADAP / Nemaska, General Delivery, Nemaska, (Québec), J0Y 3B0 (819) 673-2529

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Territoire : Communauté de Nemaska

Situation géographique :

Le territoire est situé à l’intérieur des terres, sur la rive ouest du lac Champion, à 160 kilomètres à l’est de Waskaganish.

Superficie : 152,80 kilomètres2

Population : 858

Principales langues parlées : Cri, anglais

Gouvernement :

Cree Nation of Nemaska 32, Machishteweyah Street, Nemaska, Québec J0Y 3B0 Tél.: (819) 673-2512 Fax: (819) 673-2542 http://www.nemaska.com https://www.cngov.ca/fr

Activités économiques :

Commerces et services, piégeage, tourisme, construction, transport, pourvoirie. Commerces et services :

Bureau de poste, essence, hôtellerie, magasin général, restauration, arcade.

Infrastructure : Accès : Nemaska est accessible en automobile toute l’année, par la route qui relie Nemaska, Chisasibi et Matagami. Un aéroport a été construit par Hydro-Québec pour désservir Nemaska. Réseau routier : données non disponibles. Nombre de maisons : 170

Territory: Community of Nemaska

Geographical location:

The territory is located inland, on the western shore of Champion Lake, 160 km east of Waskaganish.

Area: 152.80 square kilometres

Population: 858

Principal languages spoken: Cree, English

Government :

Cree Nation of Nemaska 32 Machishteweyah Street, Nemaska, Québec J0Y 3B0

Tel.: (819) 673-2512 Fax: (819) 673-2542 http://www.nemaska.com https://www.cngov.ca/fr

Economic activities:

Businesses and services, trapping, tourism, construction, transport, outfitting. Businesses and services: Gasoline, general store, hotel, post office, restaurant, video arcade.

Infrastructure:

Access: Nemaska is accessible by automobile throughout the year by the road that connects Nemaska, Chisasibi and Matagami. HydroQuébec built an airport to serve Nemaska. Road network: data unavailable.

Number of houses: 170

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Oujé-Bougoumou

Territoire : Village d’Oujé-Bougoumou

Situation géographique :

Le village d’Oujé-Bougoumou est situé sur la rive nord-est du lac Opémisca, à 59 kilomètre de Chibougamau.

Superficie : n.d.

Population : 906

Principales langues parlées : Cri, anglais et français

Gouvernement :

Cree Nation of Oujé-Bougoumou 207, Opemiska Meskino, P.O. Box 217, Oujé-Bougoumou, Québec G0W 3C0 Tél.: (418) 745-3911 Fax: (418) 745-3426 https://www.ouje.ca https://www.cngov.ca/fr

Activités économiques :

Exploration minière, piégeage, tourisme, transport, construction, pourvoirie, culture de bleuets, foresterie.

Commerces et services : Bureau de poste, dépanneur, essence, gîte, restaurant, village culturel et tours culturels.

Infrastructure :

Accès : Oujé-Bougoumou est accessible par une route provinciale qui rejoint la route 113 entre Chapais et Chibougamau, à 26 kilomètres au nord.

Réseau routier : Double voie pavée. Nombre de maisons : 182

Territory:

Oujé-Bougoumou Village

Geographical location:

The Oujé-Bougoumou Village is located on the northeastern shore of Lake Opémisca, 59 km away from Chibougamau.

Area: n.a.

Population: 906

Principal languages spoken: Cree, English and French

Government :

Cree Nation of Oujé-Bougoumou 207, Opemiska Meskino, P.O. Box 217, Oujé-Bougoumou, Québec G0W 3C0 Tel.: (418) 745-3911 Fax: (418) 745-3426 https://www.ouje.ca https://www.cngov.ca/fr

Economic activities:

Tourism, trapping, mineral exploration, construction, transport, outfitting, blueberry farm, forestry.

Businesses and services:

Convenience store, gasoline, lodge, post office, restaurant, cultural village, cultural tours.

Infrastructure:

Access: Oujé-Bougoumou can be reached by provincial route joins Highway 113 between Chapais and Chibougamau, 26 km to the north.

Road network: Double surface paved Number of houses: 182

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Aanischaaukamikw (Cree Cultural Institute), 205, Opemiska Meskino, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-2444(418) 745-2324

Albert Mianscum Memorial Sports Complex, 11, Medowouin Meskino, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-2332(418) 745-2331

Apatisiiwin Skills Development – 207, Opemiska Meskino, Oujé-Bougoumou (Qc) G0W 3C0

Auberge Capassisit Lodge, 1, Wastawshkootaw Meskino, P.O. Box 221, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-3944(418) 745-3469

Broadback Outfitting Camp, General Delivery, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0(418) 770-8044

Casey’s & Gas Bar / Depanneur, 110, Oujé-Bougoumou Meskino, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-3211(418) 745-2750

CKOJ 91,1 FM, 120, Ouje-Bougoumou Meskino, P.O. Box 231, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-2779(418) 745-3354

Cree Board of Compensation / CreeCo, 203, Opemiska Meskino, P.O. Box 220, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-3931(418) 745-3844

Cree Nation of Oujé-Bougoumou, 207, Opemiska Meskino, P.O. Box 217, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-3911(418) 745-3426

Cree Native Arts and Crafts Association, 205, Opemiska Meskino, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-3001(418) 745-3002

Cree Outfitting and Tourism Association / Association Crie de pourvoirie et de tourisme, 203, Opemiska Meskino, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-2220(418) 745-2240

Cree Pentecostal Church, General Delivery, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-2488 Eenou Plumbing and Heating, 81, Opataca Meskino, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0(418) 770-8110

Gloria’s Décor Wedding/Event Planner Designer, 240 Oukauw Sakhegun, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 770-8725

H.M.A. Tires & Accessories, 114 Obatagamou, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0(418) 745-2475 Justice Department, 19 Ouje-Bougoumou, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-2260(418) 745-2325 MSDC, 68, Opemiska Meskino, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-4070(418) 745-4075 Native Exploration Services Red’g, 209, Oujé-Bougoumou Meskino, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-2632(418) 745-2638

Nimsken Corporation, 203, Opemiska Meskino, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0(418) 745-2519(418) 745-3544

Niskamoon, 207 Opemiska Meskino, P.O. Box 217, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0(418) 745-3901(418) 745-3901 Nuuchimi Winuu, 74, Opataca Meskino, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-3212(418) 745-3500

Oujé-Bougoumou Cree Trappers Association, 207, Opemiska Meskino, P.O. Box 217, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-3911(418) 745-3426

Oujé-Bougoumou Eenou Companee & Entreprises, 203, Opemiska Meskino, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-2519(418) 745-3544

Oujé-Bougoumou Enterprises Inc., 203, Opemiska Meskino, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-2519(418) 745-3544

Oujé-Bougoumou Fire Hall Station, 90, Opemiska Meskino, P.O. Box 217, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-2576(418) 745-3804

Oujé-Bougoumou Fitness Centre, 11, Medowouin Meskino, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-2332(418) 745-2331

Oujé-Bougoumou Healing Centre, 68, Opataca Meskino, P.O. Box 37, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-3901(418) 745-3043

Oujé-Bougoumou NNADAP Services, 68, Opataca Meskino, P.O. Box 37, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-3902(418) 745-3043

Oujé-Bougoumou Police, 80, Oujé-Bougoumou Meskino, P.O. Box 234, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-2573(418) 745-3836

Oujé-Bougoumou Public Works, 209, Oujé-Bougoumou Meskino, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-2345(418) 745-2346

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Oujé-Bougoumou Tourism, 203, Opemiska Meskino, P.O. Box 131, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-3905(418) 745-3426

Oujé-Bougoumou Youth Centre, 120, Oujé-Bougoumou Meskino, P.O. Box 231, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-3366(418) 745-3354

Oujé-Bougoumou Youth Protection, 68, Opataca Meskino, P.O. Box 37, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-3902(418) 745-3043

Sheskatuk Enterprise Enr., General Delivery, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-2266(418) 745-2123

Waapihtiiwewan School, 200, Opemiska, P.O. box 18, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0(418) 745-2542(418) 745-2652

Waspshooyan Childcare & Family Services Centre, 19, Opataca, P.O.Box 19, Oujé-Bougoumou, (Québec), G0W 3C0 (418) 745-2526(418) 745-3841

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Waskaganish

CREE NATION OF WASKAGANISH

P.O. Box 60

70, Waskaganish Street Waskaganish, Quebec JOM 1RO

(819) 895-8650Fax: (819) 895-8901

WEBSITE : www.waskaganish.ca

WELCOME TO WASKAGANISH

CHIEF

Clarke Shecapio

DEPUTY CHIEF

Samson Wischee

COUNCILLORS

Ethel Katapaytuk-Taylor

Raymond Jolly Leona Hester

Sarah Cowboy

Redfern Blueboy

Neesha-Chanan Shecapio

Greta Cheechoo

Susan Esau Conrad Blueboy

CORPORATE SECRETARY

Alyssa Blackned

DIRECTORS

DIRECTOR GENERAL

Brenda Weistche

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER/TREASURER

Steve Diamond

DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY SERVICES

Ryan Erless DIRECTOR OF CULTURE SPORTS AND LEISURE

Charles J Hester

DIRECTOR OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND DEVELOPMENT

Bert W Moar

DIRECTOR OF HOUSING

Marty Cowboy

DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES

Betty Blueboy

DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS

Willie Shecapio

DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL HEALTH

Jordan Stephen

WASKAGANISH BUSINESS CORPORATION INC.

18 Nottaway Street PO Box 70 Waskaganish, (Quebec) J0M 1R0 Tél.: 819.895.2273 Fax: 819.895.2213

WEBSITE : www.thewbc.ca Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/thewbcorp/

BOARD OF DIRECTORS :

COMPANIES :

Nâtâmûh Management Inc.

Director / Chairman

Charles J. Hester, Gordon J. Blackned, Director

Lawrence P. Katapatuk, Director

Zabrina Stevens, Director

Sasha Weistche, Director

Darren Weistche, President

Julie Pare, Attorney, Corporate Secretary

Sharon Moar, Accountant

Melvin Wesley, Business Development Manager, Resource Person

Chief Executive Officer, Brenda Hester

Siibii Development Corporation Inc.

Chief Executive Officer, Jack Diamond

Auberge Kanio Kashee Lodge

Chief Executive Officer, Colleen Hester

Smokey Hill Grocery Inc.

Chief Executive Officer, Dale Diamond

Cree G-Man Boat Entreprise Inc.

WBC President, Darren Weistche, (Coordinator of the File)

Émile Picard,

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Territoire : Communauté de Waskaganish

Situation géographique :

Le territoire est situé sur la rive de la baie de Rupert à l'embouchure de la rivière Rupert, au sud de la baie James.

Superficie : 784,76 kilomètres2

Population : 2 962

Principales langues parlées : Cri, anglais

Gouvernement :

Cree Nation of Waskaganish 70 Waskaganish PO Box 60 Waskaganish, (Quebec) J0M 1R0

Tél.: (819) 895-8650 Fax: (819) 895-8901 https://waskaganish.ca https://www.cngov.ca/fr

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, commerces et services, chasse, piégeage, pêche, pourvoirie, construction, transport, tourisme.

Commerces et services :

Arts et artisanat, vêtements, épiceries, hôtel, restaurants, services bancaires, meubles, appareils ménagers, centre commercial, essence, taxi, magasin général, activités touristiques, Complexe sportif, Centre de fitness, Justice, Police.

Infrastructure :

Accès: Waskaganish est accessible par une route de 102 km (80 km de gravier + 22 km revêtue) qui relie l’autoroute Billy Diamond entre Chisasibi et Matagami (autoroute 109).

Une compagnie aérienne (AirCreebec) relie Waskaganish, Eastmain, Wemindji, Chisasibi et Whapmagoostui, Val d’Or, Montréal, Nemaska et Chibougamau. Nombre de maisons : 626

Waskaganish

Territory: Community of Waskaganish

Geographical location:

The territory is located on the shore of Rupert Bay at the mouth of the Rupert River, south of James Bay.

Area: 784.76 square kilometres

Population: 2,962

Principal languages spoken: Cree, English

Government : Cree Nation of Waskaganish 70 Waskaganish PO Box 60 Waskaganish, (Quebec) J0M 1R0

Tel.: (819) 895-8650 Fax: (819) 895-8901 https://waskaganish.ca https://www.cngov.ca/fr

Economic activities:

Arts and Crafts, businesses and services, hunting, trapping, fishing, outfitting, construction, transport, tourism.

Businesses and services:

Arts and handicrafts, clothing, grocery stores, hotel, restaurants, banking services, furniture, household appliances, shopping centre, gasoline and oil, taxi, general store, tourism activities, Sports complex, Fitness Centre, Justice, Police.

Infrastructure:

Access: Waskaganish is accessible by a road 102 km (80 km gravel + 22km paved) that connects with the Billy Diamond Highway between Chisasibi and Matagami (highway 109).

An airline (AirCreebec) connects Waskaganish, Eastmain, Wemindji, Chisasibi and Whapmagoostui, Val d’Or, Montreal, Nemaska and Chibougamau. Number of houses: 626

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Emergency Numbers:

Emergency (Medical) (819) 895-8833

Fire & Rescue Emergency (819) 895-9000 Police Emergency (819) 895-8961

Adrian Erless T Transport, P.O. Box 411, 9 Whiskeychan, Waskaganish, (Québec), J0M 1R0(819) 895-4673

Air Creebec Inc., 520 Chief Isaiah Salt Road,Waskaganish (Québec), J0M 1R0 (819) 895-8876(819) 895-8703

Waskaganish Airport, 520 Chief Isaiah Salt Road, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0 (819) 895-8757(819) 895-8686

Annie Whiskeychan Memorial Elementary School, P.O. Box 300, Waskaganish, (Québec), J0M 1R0(819) 895-8819(819) 895-2111

ApatisiiwinSkills Development – 6, Chief Isalah Salt Road, Waskaganish (Qc) J0M 1R0 (819) 895-2223

Auberge Kanio Kashee Lodge, P.O. Box 360, Waskaganish, (Québec), J0M 1R0 (819) 895-2005(819) 895-2008

Banque de Montréal / Bank of Montreal, Neepsee Plaza, P.O. Box 150, Waskaganish, (Québec), J0M 1R0 (819) 895-2178(819) 895-2179

Bedabin Childcare Center, 7 Shûshûkweu, PO Box 490, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0(819) 895-2828(819) 895-2830

Blackned B.B.Q Stand, 220 Missisicabi Street, Waskaganish (Quebec), J0M 1R0 (819) 895-4849

Blackned Construction 2015 Inc. 9 Pontax, PO Box 90, Waskaganish (Québec) J0M 1R0(819) 895-8694(819) 895-8927

Blackned & Sons P.O Box 365,231 Missicabi Street, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0(819) 527-7584

Blackned Excavation, 20 Harricanaw Street, Waskaganish (Quebec), J0M 1R0 (819) 209-8846

Café Alexis, P.O. Box 91, Waskaganish, (Québec), J0M 1R0 (819) 895-2292(819) 895-2504

413 Canteen, PO Box 281, 50 Smokey Hill, Neepsee Plaza, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0

Capital Works Warehouse, P.O.Box 60, Waskaganish, (Québec), J0M 1R0 (819) 895-8986(819) 895-8041

Creebear Consulting, P.O. Box 152, 7 Kapsii, Waskaganish (Qc), J0M 1R0 (819)355-9726

Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay / Cree Social Services of Waskaganish, PO Box 390, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0 (819) 895-8833(819) 895-8047

Cree Gospel Fellowship Church, 288 Broadback, PO Box 247, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0(819) 895-4151

Cree Nation Government Department of Justice and Correctional Services, 2 Kapatagan Meskanu, PO Box 330, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0 (819) 895-2126(819) 895-2184

Cree Nation Government Offices, 4 Chief Isaiah Road, PO Box 270, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0 (819) 895-2620(819) 895-2623

Cree Nation of Waskaganish, 70 Waskaganish, PO Box 60, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0(819) 895-8650(819) 895-8901

CreeNewable Energy, 86 Harricanaw, PO Box 273, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0 (819) 895-4093(819) 895-2095

Cultural Heritage Center, 14 Cowboy Trail, PO Box 60, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0(819) 895-2250(819) 895.8901

D&C Landscaping & Snow Removal Services, 20 Waskaganish Street, (819) 895-4655 P.O. Box 604, Waskaganish (Quebec), J0M 1R0

Eeyou Adventures Waskaganish, 50 Smokey Hill, P.O Box 285, Neepsee Plaza, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0 (819) 895 4635

Eeyou Marine Region, 4 Chief Isaiah Road, PO Box 270, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0(819) 895-2262(819) 895-2474

Eeyou Istchee Lifestyle, 402 Maskuchi Street, Waskaganish, Quebec J0M 1R0 (819) 527-9640

Eeyou SP Mecanique Services S.E.N.C., 3 Smokey Hill, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M1R0(819) 527-6199 (514) 268-2377

Erless Woodworking, general delivery, Waskaganish (Qc) J0M 1R0 (819) 895-4670

Essence Blackned Inc., 22 Smokey Hill, PO Box 449, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0(819) 895-8900(819) 895-2898

Evelyn Moses' Canteen, general delivery, Waskaganish (Qc) J0M 1R0

Gordon’s Canteen, 17 Smokey Hill, PO Box 308, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0(819) 895-8000 ext 206

G Moar Transport, 335 Wiinibek, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0 (819) 208-4548

Hester Transport, 4 Kaapshi Street, P.O. Box 354, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0 (819) 895-4626

Jacobs Restaurant, 50 Smokey Hill, Neepsee Plaza, Waskaganish (Québec) J0M 1R0 (819) 895-8821

Kapeshii Tour Operators, P.O box 540, KM 48 Camp Site, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0(819) 860-9390

Mission Amerindienne de Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde (Roman Catholic Mission), (819) 895-8875

General delivery, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0

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Moses Excavation , 53 Harricanaw Street,Waskaganish, Quebec J0M1R0 (819) 895 2749

Moses Gift Shop, 5 McLeod Street, PO Box 71, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0 (819) 895-8147

Moses Land Scaping, 53 Harricanaw Street,Waskaganish, Quebec J0M1R0 (514) 893-4611

Multi-Service Day Center, 8 Cowboy Trail, PO Box 390, Waskaganish (Québec) J0M 1R0(819) 895-2300(819) 895-2305

My Father’s House Fellowship, 15A Nottaway, PO Box 154, Waskaganish (Québec) J0M 1R0(819) 895-8905

Nâtâmûh Management Inc.,14 Nottaway Street, PO Box 569, Waskaganish, (Quebec) J0M 1R0(819) 895-2261(819) 895-2313

Noel’s Chipstand, PO Box 171, 36 Waskaganish, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0 (819) 895-8005

Northern Stores 654 Inc. 2 JSC Watt, PO Box 120, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0 (819) 895-8865(819) 895-8864

Precious Ones Childcare Center, 7 Kâpitakanas, PO Box 490, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0(819) 895-2828(819) 895-8212

Raymond Hester's Canteen, general delivery, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0

Robertson'S Construction, 12 Mcleod street, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0 (819) 895-2001

Robin's Nest, PO Box 390, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0 895-2302/2106(819) 895-2315

Rupert River Sports Complex, 17 Smokey Hill, PO Box 60, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0(819) 895-8000(819) 895-8010

Rupert Stream, P.O. Box 610, 227A Kaominak Street, Waskaganish (Quebec), J0M 1R0(819) 918-8064

Salt Consulting, 435 Maskuchi Street, P.O Box 460, Waskaganish, Quebec, J0M1R0(819) 218-8088

Salt’s Taxi, P.O.Box 219, Waskaganish, (Québec), J0M 1R0 (819) 895-4150(819) 895-8901

Siibii Development Corporation, 70 Waskaganish Street, PO Box 430, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0(819) 895-8650(819) 895-2091

Smokey Hill Grocery Store, P.O. BOX 400, 24 Smokey Hill, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0(819) 895-2727(819) 895-2320

Tim Whiskeychan’s Art Studio, PO Box 597, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0 (819) 895-8163

Transport Stanley Diamond, PO Box 30, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0 (819) 732-4871

Waskaganish Business Corporation, PO Box 60, 18 Nottaway Street, Waskaganish, Quebec, J0M 1R0 (819) 895-2273(819) 895-2313

Waskaganish Community Radio Station (92,5 FM), P.O. Box 17, Waskaganish, (Québec), J0M 1R0(819) 895-8984(819) 895-2016

Waskaganish Cree Pentecostal Church, General Delivery, Waskaganish, (Québec), J0M 1R0(819) 895-8837(819) 895-8039

Waskaganish Cree Trappers Association, P.O. Box 291, Waskaganish, (Québec), J0M 1R0(819) 895-2030(819) 895-2141

Waskaganish Eeyou Eenou Police Force, P.O. Box 242, Waskaganish, (Québec), J0M 1R0(819) 895-2029(819) 895-8848

Waskaganish Fire Emergency & Public Safety, P.O. Box 60, Waskaganish, (Québec), J0M 1R0(819) 895-8720(819) 895-8901

Waskaganish Garage, P.O. Box 60, Waskaganish, (Québec), J0M 1R0 (819) 895-8746(819) 895-8730

Waskaganish Gathering Place, P.O. Box 460, Waskaganish, (Québec), J0M 1R0 (819) 895-2882(819) 895-2888

Waskaganish Income Security Program, P.O. Box 81, Waskaganish, (Québec), J0M 1R0(819) 895-2030(819) 895-2141

Waskaganish Miyupimaatsiun Center, 2 Taktachun Road, PO Box 390, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0(819) 895-8833(819) 895-8871

Waskaganish NNADAP Services, 2 Taktachun Road, PO Box 390, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0(819) 895-8833(819) 895-8871

Waskaganish Northern Store, P.O. Box 120, Waskaganish, (Québec), J0M 1R0 (819) 895-8865(819) 895-8864

Waskaganish Post Office, General Delivery, Waskaganish, (Québec), J0M 1R0 (819) 895-8646

Waskaganish Rental Housing, P.O. Box 60, Waskaganish, (Québec), J0M 1R0 (819) 895-8780(819) 895-8790

Waskaganish Sîbî Ayimuweyâbî Inc.,17 Nottaway Street, PO Box 17, Waskaganish (Québec) J0M 1R0 (819) 895-8984(819) 895-2016

Waskaganish Tourism, P.O. Box 60, Waskaganish, (Québec), J0M 1R0 (819) 895-2250(819) 895-8901

Waskaganish Water Treatment Plant, 2 Waskaganish Eeyou Meskanu, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0 (819) 895-2400(819) 895-2405

Waskaganish Wellness Centre, P.O. Box 419, Waskaganish, (Québec), J0M 1R0 (819) 895-2204(819) 895-2034

Waskaganish Wiichihiiwewin Centre Inc. 18 Nottaway street, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0 (819) 895-2276 / 2284

Waskaganish Women’s Association, PO Box 602, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0 (819) 895-4177

Waskaganish Youth Council, PO Box 60, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0 (819) 895-2882(819) 895-2888

Waskaganish Youth Protection, PO Box 390, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0 (819) 895-8662(819) 895-8008

Cree Automotive Repair Services, 3 Smokey Hill, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0 (819) 895-4652

Whiskeychan Finishing, PO Box 182, 10 Tamarack, Waskaganish (Quebec) J0M 1R0 (819) 895-4144

Wiinibekuu Eeyou School, P.O. Box 300, Waskaganish, (Québec), J0M 1R0 (819) 895-8819(819) 895-8906

Winiibekuu EeyouTaxi, P.O.Box 210, 41 Smokey Hill Street, Waskaganish, (Québec), J0M 1R0(819) 895-4150(819) 895-8901

Wiinipaakw Tours, Inc, 12 J.S.C Watt Street, P.O Box 180,Waskaganish, Quebec, J0M 1R0(819) 895-2121

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Crees Waswanipi

Territoire :

Communauté de Waswanipi

Situation géographique :

Le territoire est situé à 154 kilomètres à l’ouest de Chibougamau, sur les rives de la rivière Waswanipi et de la rivière Chibougamau.

Superficie : 598,50 kilomètres2

Population : 2 592

Principales langues parlées : Cri, anglais

Gouvernement :

Cree First Nation of Waswanipi (The) Diom Blacksmith Building, 1, Chief Louis R. Gull Street P.O. Box 8, Waswanipi, Québec J0Y 3C0 Tél.: (819) 753-2587 Fax: (819) 753-2555 https://www.waswanipi.com https://www.cngov.ca/fr

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, commerces et services, foresterie, pêcherie, piégeage, tourisme, construction, transport, pourvoirie.

Commerces et services :

Bureau de poste, foresterie, services bancaires,centre de transformation du poisson, magasin général, société de communications, mécanique automobile, eau distillée, ambulance, essence, restauration.

Infrastructure :

Accès : Waswanipi est accessible en automobile toute l’année, par la route 113, depuis Chapais à l’est, et Senneterre à l’ouest. Réseau routier : directement sur l’autoroute. Nombre de maisons : 379

Territory: Community of Waswanipi

Geographical location:

This territory is located 154 km west of Chibougamau, on the banks of the Waswanipi and Chibougamau rivers.

Area: 598.5 square kilometres

Population: 2,592

Principal languages spoken: Cree, English, French

Government:

Cree First Nation of Waswanipi (The) Diom Blacksmith Building, 1, Chief Louis R. Gull Street P.O. Box 30, Waswanipi, Québec J0Y 3C0 Tel.: (819) 753-2587 Fax: (819) 753-2555 https://www.waswanipi.com https://www.cngov.ca/fr

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, forestry, businesses and services, tourism, fisheries, trapping, construction, transport, outfitting.

Businesses and services:

Ambulance service, general store, restaurant, banking services, distilled water, logging, fish processing plant, post office communication services, gasoline, automobile repairs.

Infrastructure:

Access: Waswanipi is accessible by automobile throughout the year by Highway 113, which runs from Chapais in the east to Senneterre in the west.

Road network: right on the main highway. Number of houses: 379

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Entreprises et organismes / Businesses and organizations tf

Amisk Excavation, 38 Poplar (Québec) J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-7037

Apatisiiwin Skills Development, 1 Chief Louis Gull , Waswanipi (QC) J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2025

Bedabin Gas Station, General Delivery, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2249(819) 753-2171

Brighter Futures / Waswanipi, 40 Cedar Street, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2828(819) 753-2829

Cafeteria M.B.R., 64 Tamarack, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2320(819) 753-2449

Caisse Populaire Desjardins de Waswanipi, 5 Route 113, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0(819) 753-2576(819) 753-2665

Chiisek Willie Company, (819) 753-7459

Community Health & Fitness Centre, 20 Alder Street, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0(819) 753-2600

Construction Cooper-Gilbert Inc, 115 Tamarack (Québec) J0Y 3C0 (418) 284-5532

Cooper Apatisiiwiin, llc Chief Simon Ottereyes (Québec) J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-7289

Cooper Real estate, Gatineau (819) 431-9788

C.P.R & A.E.D Training Services, 93 Pine, Waswanipi (Québec) J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-7070

Cree First Nation of Waswanipi (The), Diom Blacksmith Building, P.O. Box 8, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2587(819) 753-2555

Creeation Designs, Vandreuil-Dorion (514) 910-5955

Cree School Board / Waswanipi (Willie J. Memorial School), General Delivery, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2566(819) 753-2793

Dreamcatcher Adventures (819) 753-2515

Dreamcatchers Outtting Camp, 122 Poplar (Québec) J0Y 3C0 (819) 860-8140

Educational Consultant, P.O Box 502, Kahnawake (Québec) (514) 601-8026

Eenou Eeyou Construction, 62B Pine (Québec) J0Y 3C0 (514) 716-5512 Eeyou Economic Group / CFDC Inc., 12 Poplar Street, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0(819) 753-2560(819) 753-2568

Flower Shop, 17 West Aspen (Québec) J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2346

Howard Blacksmith, Waswanipi, 4 Maple (Québec) J0Y 3C0 (819) 550-0457

International lndigenous Entrepreneur, Gatineau (819) 210-1014 J/C Adventures, 6 Balsam (Québec) J0Y 3C0 819-753-2587

J.C.L.S, 6 Balsam (Québec) J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2118/7359

Karen's Video Depanneur, 49 Poplar (Québec) J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-7256/2947

Katapatuk Inc.,115 Poplar Street, Waswanipi, (Québec) (819) 527-1003 Maamuu Consultants G.P 19 Jackpine West, PO Box 487, Waswanipi, QC, Canada, J0Y 3C0(819) 282-6660 ext.100 Maschisk Mistuck, 13 Aide (Québec) J0Y 3C0 819-753-2587

Mel’s Beauty Salon, Tamarack Street, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0

(819) 859-0887

MJS Transport, 115 Tamarack (Québec) J0Y 3C0 (819) 354-9289

Nabakatuk Forest Products Inc.2008, 17 Poplar Street, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0(819) 753-2388

Sabtuan Regional Vocational Training Centre, 1 Elder David Neeposh Street, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (866) 921-4040(819) 753-2640s

Sibi Construction, 19 Spruce Street, Waswanipi, (Québec) (819) 753-7528

Sky Consultant, P.O. Box 487, Waswanipi, (Québec) (819) 550-0162

SM'S Tire & Welding Shop Reg'd, 3 Aider (Québec) J0Y 3C0 (819) 333-0221

Terry’s Plastering and Painting, 39 Jack Pine Street, Waswanipi, (Québec) (819) 527-9169

Transport Kevin Blacksmith reg'd 108 Tamarack (Québec) J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-7098

Ungava Gourmande, P.O. Box 487, Waswanipi, (Québec) (819) 550-0162

Waswanipi Ambulance Service, General Delievry, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2332(819) 753-2842

Waswanipi Anglican Church, 105 Polplar, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2559

Waswanipi Clinic (Inland CLSC), General Delivery, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2511(819) 753-2362

Waswanipi Communications Society (93,9 FM), 20 Poplar Street, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0(819) 753-2557(819) 753-2755

Waswanipi Cree Trappers Association, General Delievry, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0(819) 753-2322(819) 753-2082

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Entreprises et organismes / Businesses and organizations tf

Waswanipi Cultural Department, Communications Building, General Delivery, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2562(819) 753-2219

Waswanipi Day Care Center, 2A Spruce Street, General Delivery, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0(819) 753-2623(819) 753-2964

Waswanipi Dental Clinic, General Delivery, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2448(819) 753-2362

Waswanipi Development Corporation, 16 Poplar, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2389(819) 753-2842

Waswanipi Eeyou Cabinets, 115 Poplar (Québec) J0Y 3C0 (819) 527-1003

Waswanipi Eenouch Company, 92 Pine (Québec) J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-7313

Waswanipi Fire Department (Emergency Only), 15 Birch Street, General Delivery, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2411

Waswanipi Fire Department, 15 Birch Street, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2522(819) 753-2444

Waswanipi Garage, General Delivery, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2598(819) 753-2409

Waswanipi Grocery, General Delivery, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2514(819) 753-2940

Waswanipi Income Security Program, General Delivery, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0(819) 753-2322(819) 753-2082

Waswanipi Membership Clerk, Diom Blacksmith Building, 1 Chief Louis Gull Street, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2587(819) 753-2555

Waswanipi Mishtuk Corporation, 17 Poplar Street, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2388(819) 753-2854

Waswanipi NNADAP Services, 1 West Aspen, General Delivery, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0(819) 753-2325(819) 666-2362

Waswanipi Police Station (Emergency Only), General Delivery, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0(819) 753-2553

Waswanipi Police Station (Office), General Delivery, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2545(819) 753-2544

Waswanipi Post Office, General Delivery, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2595

Waswanipi Public Works, General Delivery, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2313(819) 753-2409

Waswanipi Social Services, 1 West Aspen, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2324(819) 753-2323

Waswanipi Warehouse (Rental Housing), Poplar Street, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0(819) 753-2321(819) 753-2341

Waswanipi Welfare Department, Poplar Street, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2587(819) 753-2555

Waswanipi Youth Center, 17 Birch Street, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2726(819) 753-2727

Waswanipi Youth Protection, 1 West Aspen, General Delivery, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0(819) 753-2324(819) 753-2362

Willie .J. Happyjack and Jolina Gull Blacksmith Memorial School, 6 Birch Street, Waswanipi, (Québec), J0Y 3C0 (819) 753-2583(819) 753-2532

Waswanipi Elders Department - General Delivery (819) 753-2550

Waswanipi MultiService Dev. Centre - General Delivery (819) 753-4010

Waswanipi Justice Dept. - General Delivery (819) 753-2770

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Cris / Crees Wemindji

Territoire : Communauté de Wemindji

Situation géographique :

Le territoire est situé sur la rive est de la baie James, à 60 kilomètres au sud de Chisasibi, approximativement 800 kilomètres de Val-D’or.

Superficie : 512,82 kilomètres2

Population : 1 707

Principales langues parlées : Cri, anglais

Gouvernement : Cree Nation of Wemindji 21 Hilltop Drive, Wemindji, Québec J0M 1L0 Tél.: (819) 978-0264 Fax: (819) 978-0258 https://www.wemindji.ca https://www.cngov.ca/fr

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, commerces et services, piégeage, tourisme, exploration minière, construction, transport, pourvoirie.

Commerces et services :

Arts et artisanat, pâtisserie, alimentation, essence, hôtel, bureau de poste, restaurants, centre d'achats, garage municipal, police, conseil-jeunesse, café, studio d'enregistrement, service d'habitation, centre de bien-être, service des incendies, Banque de Montréal, santé et services sociaux, gymnase, bed & breakfast, garderie, éco-tourisme et aventure, lavomat, centre sportif, piscine, quicaillerie, terrain de baseball, église, chantier naval, aéroport, tourisme.

Infrastructure :

Accès : Wemindji est accessible par un chemin d'accès permanent relié à la route MatagamiLG2 au kilomètre 518, Route de la Baie-James. Aussi accessible par air, un ligne aérienne relie Wemindji à Val-d’Or et Montréal.

Nombre de maisons : 370 incluant CSB + CHB.

Territory: Community of Wemindji

Geographical location:

The territory is located on the eastern shore of James Bay, 60 km south of Chisasibi, approximately 800 km from Val-d’Or.

Area: 512.82 square kilometres

Population: 1,707

Principal languages spoken: Cree, English

Government:

Cree Nation of Wemindji 21 Hilltop Drive, Wemindji, Québec J0M 1L0 Tél.: (819) 978-0264 Fax: (819) 978-0258 https://www.wemindji.ca https://www.cngov.ca/fr

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, businesses & services, trapping, tourism, mining exploration, construction, transport, outfitting.

Businesses and services:

Arts & crafts, bakery, food supplier, gasoline, hotel, post office, restaurants, shopping center, municipal garage, police, youth council, coffee shop, community housing, wellness center, fire department, bank of montreal, social and health services, fitness center, bed & breakfast, taxi services, day care, eco-tourism and adventure, laundry mat, sports center, swimming pool, hardware store, fully equipped ballfield, church, shipyard, airport, tourism.

Infrastructure:

Access: Wemindji is accessible by a permanent access road which connects to the MatagamiLG2 road at kilometre 518, Route de la Baie-James. Also accessible by air, an airline connects Wemindji to Val-d’Or and Montreal. Number of houses: 370 includes CSB + CHB Housing.

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Medical Emergency (819) 978-0225

Fire Emergency (819) 978-3911

Police Emergency (819) 978-0320

Air Creebec / Wemindji Airport, Air Creebec Road, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-0215(819) 978-3132

Apatisiiwin Skills Development, 1 Mayaupui Road, Wemindji (QC) J0M 1L0 (819) 978-3131 (819) 978-3136

Atsynia Taxi Services (George Atsynia) (819) 978-7677

Arena (Mawabou Gardens), 21 Hilltop Drive, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-0264(819) 978-3696

Banque de Montréal - Bank of Montreal / Wemindji, 37 Maquatua Road, P.O. Box 120, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-3588

Community Hall (Wellness Center) (819) 978-3868(819) 978-3061 C.O.O.L. Building (819) 978-3303(819) 978-3331

Cree Home & Community Care Program, 10 Air Creebec Road, P.O. Box 90, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-0225(819) 978-0280

Cree Miiyuupimaatisiiun Center of Wemindji (Clinic), 10 Air Creebec Road, P.O. Box 90, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-0225(819) 978-0280

Cree Mineral Exploration Board (The), 16 Beaver Road, P.O. Box 210, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-0264 ext.252

Cree Nation of Wemindji Sports & Recreation, 1 Georgekish Road, P.O. Box 129, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-3060(819) 978-3061

Cree Nation of Wemindji, 21 Hilltop Drive, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-0264(819) 978-0258

Cree School Board / Wemindji, P.O. Box 59, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 Administration (819) 978-0389(819) 978-3107 Maquatua Eeyou School (819) 978-0270(819) 978-0246 Joy Ottereyes Rainbow Memorial School (819) 978-3388(819) 978-3380

Cree Trappers Association - Wemindji, 21 Hilltop Drive, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0(819) 978-3128(819) 978-0258 Eeyou Communications Network (819) 978-3400

Eeyou Eenou Police Force Wemindji Detachment, P.O. Box 189, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0(819) 978-0320 Eeyou Lumberjack – 12, Tawich Road Wemindji (Qc) J0M 1L0 (819) 978-7130

Kakabat Enterprises (Randy Kakabat) (819) 978-7239

Kanawhymigoo Daycare, P.O. Box 240, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-3605(819) 978-3630

Kepa Transport – 12 rue Finlay, Val-D’or (Qc) J9P 0K9 (819) 874-0262

Kookum Sarah’s Bed & Breakfast (Donna Danyluk), 15 Riverside Drive, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0(819) 978-3004

Lee's Garage (Lee Visitor) (819) 978-0301

Maquatua Inn Restaurant, 22 Gilpin Road, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-0343(819) 978-3196

Maquatua Inn, 22 Gilpin Road, P.O. Box 89, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-3166(819) 978-3196 Wishtan Arts & Crafts Boutique

Mawabou Gardens (Arena) (819) 978-0264(819) 978-3969

Multi Purpose Day Center (MSDC), 27 Gilpin Road, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-3500(819) 978-3800

Paint Hills Cultural Camp, General Delivery, Wemindji (Qc) J0M 1L0 (819) 978-0264

Sam’s Place, 30 Beaver Road, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-3999

Shiwhymigoo Daycare, 24 Spruce Road, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-0360(819) 978-0228

Sibi Gas Station, S&M Moto Shop, P.O. Box 149, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-3508

Manager (819) 978-3510(819) 978-3610

Sibi Hardware Store, General Delivery, Wemindji (Qc) J0M 1L0 (819) 978-3510

Smiley’s Restaurant, 17 Hilltop Road, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-3031

Tawich Construction,12, Tawich Road, Wemindji (Qc) J0M 1L0 (819) 978-3030(819) 978-3039

Tawich Development Corporation, 12, Tawich Road, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-3030(819) 978-3039

Walter Hughboy Memorial Sports Centre, 1 Georgekish Road, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0(819) 978-3060(819) 978-3061

Waptum Management Services, 21 Hilltop Drive, Wemindji (Qc) J0M 1L0 (819) 978-3030

Émile Picard, Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0

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Wemindji Airport Garage, 21 Hilltop Drive, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-3936(819) 978-3936

Wemindji Community Hall, 21 Hilltop Drive, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-0264(819) 978-0258

Wemindji Community Store, 30 Beaver Road, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-3656(819) 978-3659

Wemindji Community Workers, 10 Air Creebec Road, P.O. Box 90, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-0225(819) 978-0280

Wemindji Explorations Services, 21 Hilltop Drive, P.O. Box 210, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0(819) 978-0264(819) 978-0258

Wemindji Fire Hall (819) 978-3773(819) 978-3774

Wemindji FM (CHPH-FM 99,7), 14 Hilltop Drive, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-3535(819) 978-3413

Wemindji Garage (Band) (819) 978-0264(819) 978-3305

Wemindji Gathering Center, P.O. Box 9, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-3868(819) 978-3993

Wemindji Income Security Program, 21 Hilltop Drive, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-3128(819) 978-3834

Wemindji Justice and Corrections Department ((819) 978-3300(819) 978-3301

Wemindji Laudromat, Dry Cleaning (819) 978-3080(819) 978-3081

Wemindji Medical Clinic

10 Air Creebec Road, P.O. Box 90, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-0225(819) 978-3075

Wemindji Post Office (819) 978-3333

Wemindji Paving, 21 Hilltop Road, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 732-3351(819) 732-2933

Wemindji Rental Housing, 21 Hilltop Drive, P.O. Box 210, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0(819) 978-0264(819) 978-0258

Wemindji St. John the Baptist Anglican Church (Rectory), P.O. Box 29, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-3140

Wemindji Telecommunications Association (819) 978-3535(819) 978-3513

Wemindji Tourism (819) 978-3737

Wemindji Trappers Association (819) 978-3128(819) 978-3005

Wemindji Youth Center, 1301 Maquatua, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0 (819) 978-3949

Wemindji Youth Protection, 10 Air Creebec Road, P.O. Box 90, Wemindji, (Québec), J0M 1L0(819) 978-0349(819) 978-3716

Wemindji Waste Management (Incinerator) (819) 978-3050

Wemindji Waste Water Lifting Station (819) 978-0357

Wemindji Water Treatment Facility (819) 978-3119

Wolf Camp Corporation, 21 Hilltop Drive, Wemindji (Qc) J0M 1L0 819-978-7876

VCC Enterprises (819) 978-3335(819) 978-0361

Waptum Management Services, 21 Hilltop Drive, Wemindji (Qc) J0M 1L0 (819) 978-3030

WHM Sports Center, 1, Georgekish Road, Wemindji (Qc) J0M 1L0 (819) 978-3060

Wolf Camp Corporation, 21 Hilltop Drive, Wemindji (Qc) J0M 1L0 (819) 978-7876

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Air Creebec / Whapmagoostui, General Delivery, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0(819) 929-3646(819) 929-3646

Apitsiiwin Skill Development, 427, Talliniq Avenue, P.O. Box 599, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3959 (819) 929-3470

Auberge Qilalugak Resto-Pub, General Delivery, Whapmagoostui (Québec) J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3374

Awash Estchees Daycare, P.O. Box 423, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3395(819) 929-3547

Badabin Eeyou School, P.O. Box 150, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3428(819) 929-3548

CLSC / Whapmagoostui, P.O. Box 180, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3467(819) 929-3851

Canada Post, Whapmagoostui (819) 929-9672

Co-op Hotel, General Delivery, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3734(819) 929-3343

Cree School Board Adult Education - Whapmagoostui, P.O. Box 390, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3617

Eeyou Eenou Police Force, P.O. Box 540, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3700(819) 929-3919

Eeyou Garage, General Repair, Whapmagoostui (819) 929-3687

FNBC Bank, Whapmagoostui (819) 929-9672

WELCOME TO WHAPMAGOOSTUI

WFN COUNCIL

Chief Robbie Kawapit

Whapmagoostui First Nation

P.O. Box 390

Whapmagoostui,

Tel: (819) 929-3384 #1 #4 Fax: (819) 929-3203

Deputy Chief Rita Sheshamush Masty CouncillorMaria Kawapit Jr. CouncillorJordan Masty CouncillorMaggie George CouncillorMatthew A. Iserhoff CouncillorAmy Dick CouncillorCandace Sheshamush CouncillorElijah Sandy

WFN DIRECTORS

George PachanoDirector General

Elizabeth KawapitTreasurer

COUNCIL OF ELDERS

George Kawapit

Maggie Kawapit

Jimmy George

Vera George Noah Sheshamush

Nancy Sheshamush

Samson Petagumskum

Lucy Petagumskum

Isaac Masty

Stella Masty

Frances KawapitDirector of Human Resources

Stanley GeorgeDirector of Community Programs

George SandyDirector of Capital Projects

Samson KawapitDirector of Public Works

Brian Atchynia Director of Public Security

Bruno SheshamushDirector of Housing

YOUTH COUNCIL

Jordan MastyYouth Chief

Maggie SandyCouncillor Ian BobbishCouncillor

Tommy SaltCouncillor Dylan James SaltCouncillor

Tyra MastyCouncillor Anderson DickCouncillor

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Cris / Crees Whapmagoostui

Territoire : Communauté de Whapmagoostui

Situation géographique :

Le territoire est situé à l’embouchure de la Grande rivière de la Baleine sur la baie d’Hudson.

Superficie : 316,20 kilomètres2

Population : 1 072

Principales langues parlées : Cri, anglais, français & Inuit

Gouvernement : Whapmagoostui First Nation P.O. Box 390, Whapmagoostui, Québec J0M 1G0 Tél.: (819) 929-3384 Fax: (819) 929-3203 http://www.whapmagoostuifn.com

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, commerces et services, piégeage, tourisme, pourvoiries.

Commerces et services : Services de consultants, art et artisanat, taxi, buanderie, plomberie, transport aérien, magasin général, conciergerie, construction, restauration, dépanneur

Infrastructure :

Accès : aucun accès routier. Des lignes aériennes relient le village à Val-d’Or, à LG2 et à Montréal (Air Creebec, Air Inuit, Chrono Aviation, Propair).

Réseau routier : données non disponibles. Nombre de maisons : 207

Territory:

Community of Whapmagoostui

Geographical location:

This territory is located where the Great Whale River flows into Hudson Bay.

Area:

316.20 square kilometres

Population: 1,072

Principal languages spoken: Cree, English, French & Inuit

Government : Whapmagoostui First Nation P.O. Box 390, Whapmagoostui, Québec J0M 1G0 Tel.: (819) 929-3384 Fax: (819) 929-3203 http://www.whapmagoostuifn.com

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, businesses and services, trapping, tourism, outfitters.

Businesses and services:

Air transport, convenience store, arts and handicrafts, variety store, construction, plumber, consultant services, restaurant, maintenance.

Infrastructure:

Access: no road access. Airlines connecting the village with Val-d’Or, LG2 and Montreal (Air Creebec, Air Inuit, Chrono Aviation, Propair). Road network: data unavailable. Number of houses: 207

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General Delivery, Whapmagoostui (Québec) J0M 1G0

(819) 929-3364

Jones and K Services, General Delivery, Whapmagoostui (Québec) J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3486

Masty’s Variety, P.O. Box 64, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 929-3660(819) 929-3660

Minheku Construction, General Delivery, Whapmagoostui (Québec) J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3384

Minnie’s, Hope Family Center (819) 929-3384

Natashia Mukash Art Studio, General Delivery, Whapmagoostui (Qc) J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3311

NNADAP / Whapmagoostui, P.O. Box 180, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3269(819) 929-3851

Northern Store, General Delivery, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3270(819) 929-3667

Restaurant Whapmagoostui, P.O Box 300, Whapmagoostui (Québec) J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3267

Sage Mukash Photography, General Delivery, Whapmagoostui (Québec) J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3718

Triple Gymnasium, P.O. Box 360, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3401(819) 929-3585

Wapitstan Construction, General Delivery (819) 929-3199

Whalemart, General Delivery, Whapmagoostui (Qc) J0M 1G0 (819) 929-9595

Whapmagoostui Arena, P.O. Box 390, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3694

Whapmagoostui Cree Clinic, P.O. Box 180, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3307(819) 929-3526

Whapmagoostui Cree School Board, P.O. Box 150, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0(819) 929-3428(819) 929-3548

Whapmagoostui Cree Social Services, P.O. Box 180, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0(819) 929-3596(819) 929-3581 Whapmagoostui Cree Trappers Association, P.O. Box 390, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0(819) 929-3528(819) 929-3203

Whapmagoostui Eeyou Enterprise Development Corporation, P.O. Box 149, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3364(819) 929-3435

Whapmagoostui Eeyou Telecommunication Association (CKRQ-FM 96,5), WATA, P.O. Box 189, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3421(819) 929-3201

Whapmagoostui First Nation Fire Hall, P.O. Box 390, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0(819) 929-3619(819) 929-3230

Whapmagoostui First Nation Garage, P.O. Box 390, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0(819) 929-3687

Whapmagoostui First Nation Housing, P.O. Box 390, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0(819) 929-3330

Whapmagoostui First Nation Samson Dick Memorial Arena, P.O. Box 390, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3694(819) 929-3303

Whapmagoostui First Nation Warehouse, P.O. Box 390, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0(819) 929-3330(819) 929-3970

Whapmagoostui First Nation, P.O. Box 390, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3384

Whapmagoostui Income Security Office, P.O. Box 390, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0(819) 929-3384

Whapmagoostui Legislative Department, P.O. Box 390, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0(819) 929-3384

Whapmagoostui Recreation Department, P.O. Box 390, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3384

Whapmagoostui Social Aid Office, P.O. Box 330, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0(819) 929-3325(819) 929-3292

Whapmagoostui Student Services, P.O. Box 150, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0(819) 929-3428(819) 929-3458

Whapmagoostui Water Pump, P.O. Box 390, Whapmagoostui, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3314(819) 929-3203

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At the beginning of the 17th century, there were between 16,000 and 30,000 Hurons living in lands distributed in southeastern Ontario (Georgian Bay), overlapping the actual frontiers of Quebec and the United States. Agriculture and trade made the Hurons one of the most prosperous and stable nations in North America at the time. The Hurons, called Wendat, had a monopoly on corn and tobacco, wich they traded for furs with other Aboriginal nations. Afterwards, the trading will be done with European groups, who will later exploit and colonize those territories. Their trading area took in the Great Lakes region, the Saint-Maurice Valley, the Saguenay region and even Hudson Bay.

According to Marguerite Vincent, author of the book La Nation Huronne, “The Hurons were very much aware of the perfection of their trading system and very proud of the influence they enjoyed among other Indians, to the point that they refused to learn any dialect other than their own, forcing the Indians that traded with them to learn Huron“. When Jacques-Cartier arrived in 1534, the Hurons were at war with the Iroquois. The two nations were fighting over the fur trade in the Ohio Valley and along the Mississippi. The situation worsened once the Europeans brought in firearms. Soon the war imported by the English and French was superimposed on the war between the Iroquois and Hurons, adding further violence to the hostilities. From 1649, the Hurons were defeated many times with many casualties, many deaths also occur from diseases caused by contacts with the Europeans. Pursued and harassed by the Iroquois, they live the Hurons land and the survivors took refuge in Quebec City, where they were welcomed by the Ursulines, Hospitalers and Jesuits. The Hurons then moved successively seven times, (either on conceded lands or into reductions in the Quebec area) before settling permanently in Wendake (Village-des-Hurons) in 1697.By 1740, all that was left of what had been a stable and populous nation at the beginning of the 17th century was 400 to 1,000 individuals living in Loretteville and along the shore of Lake Erie. In 1829, there were 179 people in Wendake.

The Hurons form today a prosperous community. The snowshoes, mocassins and canoes built by the Hurons enjoy an international reputation. The touristic, cultural, manufacturer and services sectors are at the heart of the communitie’s economic development.Wendake includes a recently developed historic area, a residential area and an industrial area. The Wendake Economic Development Corporation brings its expertise to many local businesses that provide employment not only to HuronWendats, but also to many non-native people. In addition, tourism is a very important economic contribution for the community. In this regard, the First Nations Museum Hotel, inaugurated in 2008, is a big success.

In 1990, a Supreme Court of Canada decision recognized the validity of a treaty (Murray Treaty) signed in 1760 that assured the Huron-Wendats the free exercise of their religion and customs in the territory they frequented. In 1998, the Council of the Huron-Wendat Nation initiated and later adopted an in-depth reform of the way leaders were elected and represented and the governance structure of the nation's affairs. In 2000, the Council of the Huron-Wendat Nation signed a framework agreement with the Quebec government that served as a new negociation basis on issues such as hunting, fishing, taxation, land issues.

Famous Hurons include Degandawida, the father of the Five Nations Confederacy that was one of the models for the American constitution; Chief Kondiaronk, who was famous for his skill as a diplomat and his role in the conclusion of the 1701 peace treaty, to wich all the Indian nations of New France adhered; Prosper Vincent (1842-1915), the first Huron elected to the Quebec National Assembly and a prosperous business man; Oscar Bastien, the first Huron radio announcer (19271942); and Léon Gros-Louis, the first Huron doctor to graduate from Laval University.

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Au début du XVIIe siècle, on estime que la population huronne compte entre 16 000 et 30 000 individus établis sur des territoires répartis dans le sud-est de l’Ontario (BaiGeorgienne), chevauchant les frontières actuelles des États-Unis et du Québec. Vivant principalement de l’agriculture et du commerce, la Nation huronne est, à cette époque, un des groupes les plus prospères et stables en Amérique du Nord. Les Hurons, appelés les Wendat, détiennent le monopole du maïs et du tabac dont ils font le commerce avec les autres nations autochtones, contre des fourrures et des objets quotidiens. Par la suite, le troc se fera avec les groupes européens qui viendront exploiter et coloniser ces territoires. La zone commerciale des Hurons comprend la région des Grands-Lacs, la Mauricie et même la Baie d’Hudson. Selon Marguerite Vincent, auteure du livre La Nation Huronne, « Les Hurons étaient bien conscients de la perfection de leur système de commerce et très orgueilleux de l’influence dont ils jouissaient parmi les autres Indiens; au point qu’ils refusèrent d’apprendre d’autres dialectes que le leur, forçant les Indiens qui trafiquaient avec eux à apprendre le Huron ».Lors de la première visite de Jacques Cartier (en 1534), les Hurons sont en guerre contre les Iroquois. Les deux nations se disputent le contrôle du commerce de la fourrure et du tabac dans la vallée de l’Ohio et le long du Mississipi. La situation s’envenime avec l’apport des armes à feu par les Européens. Bientôt, la guerre que se livrent les Anglais et les Français se superpose à celle des Iroquois et des Hurons, ajoutant ainsi à la violence des hostilités.À partir de 1649, les Hurons subissent de sérieuses défaites et de nombreuses pertes en vies humaines qui s’ajouteront à celles subies par les maladies contagieuses dues aux contacts avec les Européens. Ils quittent définitivement la Huronnie avec une délégation de missionnaires jésuites pour se réfugier au Québec. Ils sont toujours poursuivis par les Iroquois, qui les relancent jusqu’à leur dernier retranchement. Les Hurons-Wendat se déplaceront successivement à sept emplacements différents (soit sur des terres qui leur seront concédées ou dans des réductions) avant de se fixer de façon permanente dans la communauté indienne de Wendake (Village-des-Hurons) près de Québec en 1697.La population huronne chute dramatiquement; on ne compte qu’environ 400 à 1,000 membres, en 1740, installés dans la région de Lorette et sur les rives du lac Érié. En 1829, la population du Village-des-Hurons ne compte plus que 179 individus.

Les Hurons forment aujourd’hui une communauté prospère. La fabrication de raquettes, de mocassins et de canots de facture huronne-wendat jouissent d’une renommée internationale. Les secteurs touristiques, culturels, manufacturiers et de services constituent le moteur du développement économique de la communauté. Aujourd’hui, Wendake comprend un secteur historique récemment mis en valeur, un quartier résidentiel et une zone industrielle. La Société de développement économique de Wendake apporte son expertise à plusieurs entreprises locales qui fournissent de l’emploi non seulement aux Hurons-Wendats, mais aussi à de nombreux non-autochtones. Par ailleurs, le tourisme constitue un apport économique très important pour la communauté. À cet égard, l’Hôtel-Musée des Premières Nations, inauguré en 2008, s’avère une grande réussite.

En 1990, un jugement de la Cour suprême du Canada a reconnu la validité d’un traité signé en 1760 (Traité de Murray), qui assurait aux Hurons-Wendats le libre exercice de leur religion et de leurs coutumes sur le territoire qu’ils fréquentaient. En 1998, le Conseil de la nation Huronne-Wendat a amorcé et adopté par la suite une réforme en profondeur du mode d’élection et de représentation des dirigeants ainsi que de la structure de gestion des affaires de la nation. En 2000, le Conseil de la nation Huronne-Wendat a signé avec le gouvernement du Québec une entente-cadre qui sert de nouvelle base de négociation sur des sujets tels que la chasse, la pêche, la fiscalité et la territorialité.

Parmi les Hurons les plus célèbres, mentionnons Degandawidam qui fut le père de la Ligue des cinq Nations dont le fonctionnement a inspiré la constitution américaine; le chef Kondiaronk, reconnu pour ses talents de diplomate et pour son rôle dans la conclusion du traité de paix de 1701 auquel ont adhéré toutes les nations indiennes de la Nouvelle-France; Prosper Vincent (1842-1915), premier Huron a être ordonné prêtre; le chef Ludger Bastien (1879-1948), premier Huron élu comme député à la législature du Québec et homme d’affaires prospère; Oscar Bastien, qui fut le premier Huron annonceur à la radio (1927-1942); et Léon Gros-Louis, qui fut le premier médecin de la nation diplômé de l’Université Laval.

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Alignement Picard, 590, Chef Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-7685(418) 842-5433

Alpha & Oméga enr., 546, Chef Thomas-Martin, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 847-8621(418) 847-0137

Andicha n’de Wendat «Les Femmes au Tambour de Wendake», 37, Chef Émile Picard, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 843-3692(418) 843-3693

André Picard Distribution enr., 20, rue Kondiaronk, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 843-5112(418) 847-3321

Armatech Inc., 565, Chef Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 255-0003

Armoires Sioui Signature, 32, Rue Kateri Tekakwitha, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 842-1969

Art Huron International, 595, Stanislas-Koska, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0

(418) 840-0005(418) 840-0004

Artisans Indiens du Québec, les / Indian Craftsmen of Quebec, The, 540, Chef Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 845-2151(418) 845-9633

Association Québécoise autochtone en science-ingénierie, 90, Chef Wellie-Picard, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0

(418) 684-1889

Automobile Huron Wendat, 2907, de la Faune, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 843-2283(418) 843-9217

Banque Royale du Canada, 2938, rue de la Faune, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-7715(418) 842-8210

Bastien Industries enr., 620 rue Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-9819(418) 842-1330

Boutique KAÏA, 30-B, boul. Bastien, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-2700

Conseil de la Nation Huronne-Wendat

Centre administratif

255, place Chef Michel laveau Wendake (Québec) g0a 4V0

T : 418 843-3767 - 877 712-3767

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granD CheF

Rémy Vincent

CheFs FaMiliaUX

Chef Dave Laveau

Chef Denis Bastien

Chef Carlo Gros-Louis

Chef René W. Picard

Chef Stéphane Picard

Chef Daniel Sioui

Chef Jean-Mathieu Sioui

Boutique Le Pédalier Inc., 99, boulevard Bastien, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-2734(418) 842-2734

Branchaud Portes et Fenêtres, 89, boulevard Bastien, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 407-1510 Bureau de poste de Wendake, 15, Émile Picard, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-5666

Cabanon 2000 enr., 595, Chef Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 845-2000(418) 847-2103

Caisse Desjardins de Wendake, 155, Chef Aimé-Romain, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(800) 955-0242(418) 843-8087 Carol Robitaille Avocat, 50, boul. Chef Maurice-Bastien, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 843-5757(418) 648-1931

Centre chiropratique Harold Chantal enr., 89-1, boul. Bastien, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 845-8835(418) 845-8835 Centre d’affaires Bastien, 93, Boul. Maurice-Bastien, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-1500(418) 842-1556

Centre d’amitié autochtone de Québec, 15, Chef Pierre-Albert Picard, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 843-4640(418) 843-8960

Centre d’archives huron-wendat (C.N.H.W.), 255, Place Chef Michel-Laveau, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 843-3767(418) 842-1108

Centre de développement de formation et main-d’oeuvre (CDFM) huron-wendat, 100, rue de l’Ours, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-1026(418) 842-3076

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Territoire : Communauté de Wendake

Situation géographique :

Wendake est situé à 15 kilomètres du centre-ville de Québec, sur la rive est de la rivière Saint-Charles.

Superficie : 167 acres

Population : 4 040

Principales langues parlées : Français

Gouvernement :

Conseil de la Nation huronne-wendat, 255, Place Chef Michel Laveau, Wendake, Québec G0A 4V0 Tél.: (418) 843-3767 Fax: (418) 842-1108 https://wendake.ca/ Activités économiques :

Secteur secondaire : 22% Secteur tertiaire : 78%

Commerces et services :

Abris d’auto, acupuncture, alimentation, art et artisanat, assurances, automobiles, boulangerie et pâtisserie, cabanons, centre de conditionnement physique, chaussures, coiffure, communication, construction, couvreplanchers, dépanneurs, essence, excavation et terrassement, fabrication de canots, fabrication d’échelles et escabots, garderie, graphisme, haute couture, informatique, infrastructure d’accueil touristique, ingénieurs-conseils, location de films, massothérapie, matériaux de construction, mécanique automobile, meubles, mocassins, naturopathie, organisation de fêtes, peintre, peinture et débosselage, photographie, pièces d’automobiles, plomberie, portes et fenêtres, poterie, prothèses capillaires, publicité, quincaillerie, raquettes à neige, restauration, réfrigération, rénovation en bâtiments, tannerie, toilettage d’animaux, traduction, traîneaux, transport routier et scolaire, vente en gros de copeaux de bois, vente, location et réparation de petits moteurs, vêtements, site touristique. Wendake regroupe plusieurs organismes autochtones provinciaux et regionaux qui concerne les Premières Nations: APNQL (Assemblée des Premières Nations du Québec et du Labrador), CEPN (Conseil en éducation des Premières Nations), CDEPNQL (Commission de développement économique des Premières nations du Québec et du Labrador), Commission de la santé et des services sociaux du Québec et du Labrador (CSSSPNQL), Société de crédit commercial autochtones (SOCCA) et Régime bénéfice autochtone (RBA), etc.

Infrastructure :

Accès : Wendake est accessible par la route 369 qui rejoint le boulevard Henri IV, à quelques kilomètres à l’ouest, ou par l’autoroute Robert-Bourassa, à l’est. Réseau routier : 7 510 mètres en asphalte. Nombre de maisons : 601

Territory: Community of Wendake

Geographical location :

Wendake is located 15 kilometres from downtown Quebec City, on the eastern bank of the St.-Charles River. Area: 167 acres

Population: 4,040

Principal languages spoken: French

Gouvernement :

Conseil de la Nation huronne-wendat, 255, Place Chef Michel Laveau, Wendake, Québec G0A 4V0 Tel.: (418) 843-3767 Fax: (418) 842-1108 https://wendake.ca/

Economic activities:

Secondary sector: 22% Tertiary sector: 78%

Businesses and services:

Acupuncture, canoes, electricians, high fashion, photography, small engine sales, rentals and repairs, advertising, car dealership, engineering consultants, plumber, arts and handicrafts, caretaking services, excavation and landscaping, insurance, pottery, snowshoes, automobile boby shop, carpots, real estate services, automobile parts, caterer, fitness centre, ladders, refrigeration, tannery, automobile repairs, clothing, floor coverings, massotherapy, restaurants, tanning salons, bakery, communication services, food supplier, mocassins, road transport, tire services, banking services, computer ser vices, furniture, mufflers, school bus service, tourist accomodation, beauty salon, construction, gasoline, naturopathy, sheds, translation services, bookbinding, construction material, hairdressing, painter, shoes, video rental, building restoration, convenience stores, hairpieces, party organizers, sleighs, bulk wood chips, day-care centre, hardware store, tourist site. Wendake houses several aboriginal provincial and regional First Nations’ organizations like: AFN (Assembly of First Nations), FNEC (First Nations Education Council), FNQLEDC (First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Economic Development Commission), First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commission(FNQLHSSC), Native Commercial Credit Corporation (NACCC) and Native Benefits Plan (NBP), etc.

Infrastructure:

Access: Wendake can be reached by Highway 369, which connects with Henri IV Boulevard a few kilometres to the west, or by the Laurentian Highway to the east. Road network: 7,510 metres of paved road. Number of houses: 601

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Centre de formation en secourisme du Québec, 25, rue Ovide-Sioui, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 843-5055(418) 843-4994

Centre de la Petite enfance ORAK, 75, rue de l’Ours, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 842-8118(418) 842-5979

Centre de Santé Marie-Paul-Sioui-Vincent, 40, Chef Simon Romain, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 842-6255(418) 842-8628

Centre Wendat Arenatsi Enr., 465, Chef Stanislas Koska, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 915-7737(418) 845-9338

Clinique de santé Richard Dumont, 40, du Loup, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 847-2161

Clinique Robin Paul, 80-1, Chef Maurice-Bastien, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-9670(418) 842-2129

Commission de développement économique des Premières Nations du Québec et du Labrador (CDEPNQL), 265, Place Chief Michel-Laveau, bureau 200, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 843-1488(418) 843-6672

Commission de la Santé et des Services Sociaux des Premières Nations du Québec et du Labrador, 250, Place Chef Michel Laveau, 1er étage, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 842-1540(418) 842-7045

Commission Locale des Premières Nations huronne-wendat, 30, de l’Ours, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-1026(418) 842-3076

Comptoir Agoshin, 16, boul. Maurice-Bastien, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 847-9838

Conseil de la Nation huronne-wendat, 255, Place Chef Michel Laveau, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 843-3767(418) 842-1108

Conseil des Jeunes des Premières Nations du Québec et du Labrador, 430, rue Stanislas-Koska, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 840-1011(418) 842-5966

Conseil en Education des Premières Nations (CEPN), 95, rue de l’Ours, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-7672(418) 842-9988

Conseillers parajudiciaires autochtones / Région Québec Wendake, 190, rue Chef Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 847-2094(418) 847-5799

Construction et rénovation Denis, 630, Chef Thomas-Martin, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 808-1506(418) 661-5707 Dépanneur Alphé Picard, 25, Chef Pierre-Albert Picard, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 845-8996(418) 845-9973

Dr. Christian Sioui, 630, Chef Jean Picard, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 843-8638

Ébénisterie NICHé, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 802-9061 École Wahta’, 20, rue de l’Ours, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-3740(418) 842-2084 Éconobois 1996 Enr., 595, Chef Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 847-4161(418) 847-2103 Église Notre-Dame de Lorette, 73, Chef Maurice-Bastien, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 842-3569(418) 842-0474

Entreprises Denis Cloutier (Les), 15, rue des Écureuils, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 843-2706

Entreprises Sioui & Frères inc., 605, Chef Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 843-8384(418) 843-8384

Entreprises W.G.S., 595, Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 847-4161 Expair.ca, 630, rue Chef Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 840-0756(418) 840-0752

Garage Martin W. Picard, 567, rue Chef Stanislas-Koska, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 845-2332

Garderie Carole Talbot, 725, Chef Maurice Sébastien, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 847-3326 Garderie Hélène Poulin, 175, Chef Herménégilde Vincent, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 842-6260

Gîte La Huronnière, 415, Chef Maurice-Sébastien, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 845-4118(418) 845-5403

Glam Inc., 565, Chef Thomas-Martin, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 843-7915(418) 842-1763 Gripma, 35, Chef Pierre-Albert Picard, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 573-1375(418) 845-9973 Gros-Louis, Hélène, 530, Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-1242

Hôtel-Musée des Premières Nations, 5, Place de la Rencontre, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(866) 551-9222(418) 847-2903

Huro Plus, 42, Chef Ovide Sioui, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-2953(418) 842-4138

Indiana Communication, C.P. 383, Chef Émile Picard, Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0 (581) 300-6313

Institut de Beauté Maryse, 95, Chef boul. Bastien, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 843-0756

Institut de Développement durable des Premières Nations du Québec et du Labarador, 250, Place Michel-Laveau, bureau 201, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 843-9999(418) 842-5966

Investissement Premières Nations du Québec, 2936, boul. de la Faune, bureau 200, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 843-7070(418) 843-2727

Chef Émile Picard, Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0

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JME Électrique Inc., 625, Chef Stanislas Koska, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 843-2000(418) 843-6411

Les éditions Hannenorak, 24, Chef Ovide Sioui, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 407-4578

Yarha Inc., 465, rue Chef Thomas-Martin, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 845-4439

Librairie Hannenorak, 24, Chef Ovide Sioui, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 407-4578

L’usine à frites, 60, Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 915-4447

M.A. Construction Wendake Enr., 515, de la Courge, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 843-0445

Maison Aorhenché (La), 90, Chef François Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 847-0646(418) 847-4527

Maison des Jeunes Wendat, 40, de l’Ours, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 845-0657(418) 842-1108

Maison Tsawenhohi, 75, rue Chef Nicolas-Vincent, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 845-0700(418) 845-0030

Medic-Contact, 93, boulevard Bastien,, bureau 205, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (450) 733-0539

Menuiserie des Érables Inc., 612, Chef Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 840-5013(418) 840-5015

Mireille Siouï, artiste, 60, Chef Alphonese T. Picard, Wendake, (Québec), (Québec) (418) 843-0361

Musée de la Nation huronne-wendat, 15, Place de la Rencontre, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 847-2260(418) 847-1696

Nation Santé-Spa S.E.N.C., 5, Place de la Rencontre, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 847-5050(418) 847-2525

Nouveaux sentiers, 250, Place Chef Michel Laveau, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-1540

Office du tourisme de Wendake, 10, Place de la Rencontre, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 847-0624(418) 847-2903

Paradis du chien (Le), 85, boulevard Bastien, suite 00, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 407-1511

Peinture Ultra Moderne inc., 565, Chef Pierre Athironta, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 843-7619(418) 843-7407

Petit Huron Moc (Le), 85, Chef Maurice-Bastien, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-9395(418) 842-0915

PMM Wendake, 580 Chef Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-6223(418) 842-2522

Uniprix Wendake, 2946, rue de la Faune, suite 114, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 840-5050

Picard Genest, 570, du Maïs, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 802-5721

Picard Service de Pneus, 590, Chef Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-7685(418) 842-5433

Picard, Nathalie - musicienne, 294, rue du Vieux-Pins, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 255-0185

Planchers Atout Prix, 225, Chef Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 845-5504(418) 845-2221

Pneus économiques GLC (Les), 535, Chef Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 576-8777

Poterie Monique Picard, 440, Chef Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 843-3685

Prémontex Enr., 597, Chef Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 847-3630(418) 847-0356

Prévention-Incendie des Premières Nations, 565, Stanislas Koska, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 999-8363

Produits Autochtones Terre de l’Aigle (Les) / Earth Eagle Native Products, 380, Chef Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 843-2733(418) 843-9074

Psycho-Solutions, 415, Chef Maurice-Sébastien, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 843-2970(418) 845-5304

Radio Communautaire huronne-wendat (CIHW 100,3 FM), 545, Chef Thomas Martin, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 843-3937(418) 843-4116

Raquettes G.V. enr., 605, Chef Stanislas-Koska, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-0321(418) 842-2003

Raquettes Gros-Louis, 30, boul. Bastien, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-2704

Régime des Bénéfices Autochtones, 2936, rue de la Faune, bureau 202, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 847-1840(418) 847-3990

Regroupement des centres d’amitié autochtones du Québec (RCAAQ), 85, boulevard Maurice-Bastien, suite 100, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-6354(418) 842-9795

Regroupement Mamit-Innuat - Services aux patients de Québec, 225, Chef Max Gros-Louis, bureau 200, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 843-6442(418) 843-1671

Rénovation Wendat, 490, Chef Thomas Martin, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 843-0353

Résidence Marcel-Sioui, 70, de l’Ours, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 843-8004(418) 843-8890

Restaurant La Traite, 5, place de la Rencontre, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 847-0624

Restaurant Sagamité, 10, boul. Chef Maurice-Bastien, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 847-6999(418) 847-7420

Revêtement Premium, 602, Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 847-5212(418) 847-6436

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Hurons-Wendat

Wendake

Entreprises et organismes / Businesses and organizations tf

Salle Kondiaronk, 83, boul. Maurice-Bastien, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 847-1835(418) 842-1108

Scierie Wendake, 602, Chef Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 847-4161

Secteur Tourilli - Conseil de la Nation Huronne-Wendat, 490, rue des Trois Soeurs, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 843-9355

Service policier de Wendake, 650, rue Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 843-5491(418) 843-6216

Services parajudiciaires Autochtones du Québec (Les) / Native-Parajudicial Services of Quebec, 190, rue Chef Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 847-2094(418) 847-5799

Signalisation routière Plus Inc., 563, Chef Stanislas Koska, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 767-0143

Silencieux Gros-Louis, 70, Chef Nicolas Vincent, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 843-8044(418) 843-4287

Site culturel amérindien Tsonontwan, 310, Chef Stanislas Koska, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 843-6471(418) 843-5990

Site traditionnel Huron-Wendat Onhoüa Chetek8e, 575, rue Chef Stanislas-Koska, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-4308(418) 842-3473

SMD Construction,175, Chef Max Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Qc) G0A 4V0 (418) 955-6292

Société de Communication Atikamekw-Montagnais (SOCAM), 50, boul. Chef Maurice-Bastien, 4e étage, bureau 600, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 843-3873(418) 843-4198

Société de Crédit Commercial Autochtone (SOCCA), 2936, rue de la Faune, bureau 200, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-0972(418) 842-8925

Station Service huronne-wendat, 2909, rue de la Faune, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 847-9775(418) 842-1007

Tannerie Huronne-wendat, 150, Herménégile Vincent, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 928-1800

Taxi Wendake, 455, Chef Maurice-Sébastien, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-3838

Tourisme Autochtone Québec, 50, Chef Maurice-Bastien - #220, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 843-5030(418) 843-7164

Troupe de danse Huronne-Wendat Sandokwa, 605, Lahontiach, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0(418) 843-2503(418) 843-5930

Urne Ata, 92, Chef François Gros-Louis, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 847-0646

Usinage Huron 9223-2727 Québec Inc., 540, Chef Stanislas Koska, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 845-1717

Vizion Design, 110, rue des Loutres, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 842-9858(418) 842-0649

Voyages Inter-Nations & associé, 2936, rue de la Faune, local 120, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 840-1750(418) 840-1751

Wendake Construction - Énergie, 17, boul. Bastien, Wendake, (Québec), G0A 4V0 (418) 955-5911

Wendake Hélicoptère Inc., 130 rue Tibo, Sainte-Catherine-de-la-Jacques-Cartier, (Québec), G3N 2Y7 (418) 843-7272(418) 843-1012

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INNUS

INNUS

The Innus form the most populous Indian nation in Quebec. Before colonization, they occupied a vast area along the North Shore and in the Saguenay region and inland as far as Schefferville. According to oral tradition, the Innus lived side by side with the Inuit in relatively harmonious manner until the Inuit moved farther north in 1760. In the 15th century, the Innus established the first contacts with French whalers and cod fishermen. They quickly developed relations with the Europeans based on the fur trade. The Innus abandoned a number of traditional practices to devote themselves almost exclusively to trapping fur-bearing animals.

Innu oral tradition preserves many details about the impact of the Europeans’arrival. It is said that the Innus and the French concluded an agreement to allow the French to occupy certain areas in exchange for flour to protect the Innus against the periodic famines. The tales thus refer frequently to the “pre-flour era”. In the “pre-flour” era, the Innus lived primarily on the plentiful faunistic resources of their territory. They used pelts and bones to make clothes and weapons. In the“post-flour” era, they traded their furs for lard, tea, butter, cloth and weapons. The cleargy quickly established themselves near the trading posts in order to increase the size of the Christian family. As early as 1632, the Jesuits opened their first mission among the Innus. At the end of the 18th century, the Hudson’s Bay Company was operating several trading posts on innu territory.

The Innu nation is one of the most populous Aboriginal nations in Quebec. Seven of the nine Innu villages are established on the North Shore, the other two being located in Lac-Saint-Jean as well as near Schefferville. The Innu language is used in everyday life, as is French. Innu communities are very different from each other, both in terms of their geographic location and size, and in terms of their socio-economic development. The main economic activities include shops, businesses, outfitters, as well as activities related to hunting, traditional fishing and commercial fishing.

Several organizations, such as the Montagnais Cultural and Educational Institute, the Shaputuan Museum and the Amerindian Museum of Mashteuiatsh, to name a few, work to develop and spread Innu culture. In addition, all Innu communities have a community radio station connected to the network of the Atikamekw-Montagnais Communication Society (SOCAM). The Innu have had numerous land negotiations in recent years with the governments of Quebec and Canada to obtain for their nation recognition of ancestral and territorial rights as well as that of the right to self-government.

The term Innu comes from the Innu language, Innu-aimun, and means ‘’ Human being ’’. This name was officially adopted in 1990 replacing the term ’Montagnais’ given by the first French explorers. The Innu designate their overall ancestral territory under the name of Nitassinan. Several Innu personalities have marked contemporary history in Quebec, including: Joséphine Bacon - writer and poet, Bernard Cleary - Bloc Québécois member, Natasha Kanapé Fontaine - writer and poet, Jonathan Genest-Jourdain, New Democrat federal member, Rita Mestokosho - writer and poet, Claude McKenzie - singer-songwriter, Florent Vollant - singer-songwriter, Peter Penashue - Conservative federal member, Ghislain Picard - Chief of the Assembly of First Nations of Quebec and Labrador, Stanley Vollantfirst native surgeon in Quebec and in Canada and first native president of a medical association in North America.

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Les Innus forment la nation autochtone la plus populeuse du Québec. Avant la colonisation, ils occupaient un immense territoire longeant la Côte-Nord et le Saguenay, englobant les terres jusqu’à la hauteur de Schefferville. Selon des témoignages issus de la tradition orale, les Innus côtoyaient les Inuit de façon plus ou moins harmonieuse jusqu’à ce que ces derniers se replient au nord, en 1760. Au XVe siècle, les Innus ont établi les premiers contacts avec des baleiniers et des morutiers européens venus pêcher sur les côtes et établir des campements temporaires. Très tôt, ils nouèrent avec les Européens des relations basées sur le commerce des fourrures, ce qui les amenèrent à modifier leur mode de vie traditionnel nomade pour s’adonner quasi exclusivement au piégeage des animaux à fourrure.

La tradition orale innue conserve de nombreux détails sur cette période. On raconte par exemple que les Innus et les Français avaient conclu une entente permettant à ces derniers d’occuper certaines terres en échange de farine, afin de prémunir les Innus contre les famines chroniques. Ainsi, dans les récits, il est souvent question de l’époque « pré-farine ». À l’époque «pré-farine », les Innus pratiquent une économie de subsistance tirée des ressources fauniques abondantes. Ils utilisent les peaux et les os pour se confectionner des vêtements et des armes; ils échangent leurs pelleteries contre du saindoux, du thé, du beurre, de la toile et des armes à feu. Le clergé a tôt fait de s’établir à proximité des postes de traite pour agrandir la famille chrétienne. Dès 1632, les jésuites ouvrent leur première mission chez les Innus. À la fin du XVIIIe siècle, la Compagnie de la Baie d’Hudson exploite plusieurs postes de traite en territoire innu.

La nation innue est l’une des nations autochtones les plus populeuses du Québec. Sept des neuf villages innus sont établis sur la Côte-Nord, les deux autres étant situés au Lac-SaintJean ainsi qu’à proximité de Schefferville. La langue innu est utilisée dans la vie quotidienne, de même que français. Les communautés innues sont très différentes les unes des autres, tant par leur situation géographique et leur taille que par leur développement socioéconomique. Les principales activités économiques comprennent les commerces, les entreprises, les pourvoiries, ainsi que les activités liées à la chasse, à la pêche traditionnelle et à la pêche commerciale.

Plusieurs organismes, tels que l’Institut culturel et éducatif montagnais, le musée Shaputuan et le Musée amérindien de Mashteuiatsh, pour ne nommer que ceux-là, œuvrent à l’épanouissement et à la diffusion de la culture innue. De plus, toutes les communautés innues possèdent une station de radio communautaire reliée au réseau de la Société de communication Atikamekw-Montagnais (SOCAM). Les Innus ont eu ces dernières années de nombreuses négociations territoriales avec les gouvernements du Québec et du Canada en vue d’obtenir pour leur nation la reconnaissance de droits ancestraux et territoriaux ainsi que celle du droit à l’autonomie gouvernementale.

Le terme Innu provient de la langue Innu, l’innu-aimun, et signifie ‘’Être humain’’. Ce nom fut officiellement adopté en 1990 remplaçant le terme ‘’Montagnais’’ donné par les premiers explorateurs français.Les Innus désignent leur territoire ancestral global sous le nom de Nitassinan. Plusieurs personnalités Innu ont marqué l’histoire contemporaine au Québec, dont : Joséphine Bacon - écrivaine et poète, Bernard Cleary - député bloquiste, Natasha Kanapé Fontaine - écrivaine et poète, Jonathan Genest-Jourdain, député fédéral néodémocrate, Rita Mestokosho - écrivaine et poète, Claude McKenzie - auteur-compositeurinterprète, Florent Vollant - auteur-compositeur-interprète, Peter Penashue - député fédéral conservateur, Ghislain Picard - Chef de l'Assemblée des Premières Nations du Québec et du Labrador, Stanley Vollant - premier chirurgien autochtone au Québec et au Canada et premier président autochtone d'une association médicale en Amérique du Nord.

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Club Claire, 46, de la Réserve, Essipit, (Québec), G0T

Essipit

(418) 233-2266(418) 233-3960

Chalets Shipek, 46, de la Réserve, Essipit, (Québec), G0T 1K0 (418) 233-2266(418) 233-3960

Pourvoirie des Lac à Jimmy, 46, rue de la Réserve, Essipit, (Québec), G0T 1K0 ((418)-233-2266(418) 233-3960

Artisanat montagnais Essipit, 46, de la Réserve (Essipit), Essipit, (Québec), G0T 1K0 (418) 233-2266(418) 233-3960

Bar Essipit, 27, de la Réserve (Essipit), Essipit, (Québec), G0T 1K0 (418) 233-2945(418) 233-2888

Camping Le Tipi (Hébergement Essipit), 46, de la Réserve, Essipit, (Québec), G0T 1K0(418) 233-2266(418) 233-3960

Camping Tadoussac (Hébergement Essipit), 46, de la Réserve, Essipit, (Québec), G0T 1K0(418) 235-4501(418) 235-4902

Centre Communautaire Montagnais, 27, de la Réserve, Essipit, (Québec), G0T 1K0 (418) 233-2945 (418) 233-2888 Centre de réservations Essipit, 46, de la Réserve, Essipit, (Québec), G0T 1K0 (418) 233-2266(418) 233-3960

Chalets de l’Anse à Jos / Yves (Hébergement Essipit), 46, de la Réserve, Essipit, (Québec), G0T 1K0 (418) 233-2266(418) 233-3960

Conseil de la Première Nation des Innus Essipit, 32, rue de la Réserve, Essipit, (Québec), G0T 1K0 (418) 233-2509(418) 233-2888

Croisières Essipit, 46, de la Réserve, Essipit, (Québec), G0T 1K0 (418) 233-2266(418) 233-3960

Dépanneur montagnais, 46, de la Réserve, Essipit, (Québec), G0T 1K0 (418) 233-2202(418) 233-2942

Domaine du Lac des Cœurs (Pourvoiries Essipit), 46, de la Réserve, Essipit, (Québec), G0T 1K0(418) 233-2266(418) 233-3960

Domaine Sportif du Lac Loup (Pourvoiries Essipit), 46, de la Réserve, Essipit, (Québec), G0T 1K0 (418) 233-2266(418) 233-3960

Conseil de la Première nation des Innus Essipit

ChEf Martin Dufour

ConsEillERs

· Kim Moreau

· David Ross

· Gilles Ross

DiRECTEuR GénéRal Sylvain Ross

32, rue de la Réserve C. P. 820

Essipit (Québec) G0T 1K0

T : (418) 233-2509 F : (418) 233-2888 www.innu-essipit.com

Groupe Namesh - S.E.C. (Poissonnerie), 152, St-Marcellin, Les Escoumins, (Québec), G0T 1K0(418) 233-3122(418) 233-2981 Lac Bernier (Pourvoiries Essipit), 46, de la Réserve, Essipit, (Québec), G0T 1K0 (418) 233-2266(418) 233-3960

Natakam Condos-Hôtels sur mer, 46, rue de la Réserve, Essipit, (Québec), G0T 1K0 (418) 233-2266(418) 233-3960

Police Essipit, 14, de la Réserve, Essipit, (Québec), G0T 1K0 (418) 233-2037(418) 233-3598

Pourvoirie des Lacs à Jimmy (Pourvoiries Essipit), 46, de la Réserve, Essipit, (Québec), G0T 1K0(418) 233-2266(418) 233-3960

Pourvoiries Essipit, 46, de la Réserve, Essipit, (Québec), G0T 1K0 (418) 233-2266(418) 233-3960

Radio Essipit Haute-Côte-Nord inc. (CHME-FM 94,9 - 99,7), 34, de la Réserve, Essipit, (Québec), G0T 1K0 (418) 233-2700(418) 233-3326

Regroupement Petapan inc., 32, de la Réserve, Essipit, (Québec), G0T 1K0 (418) 233-2509(418) 233-2888

Salle de quilles Essipit, 27, de la Réserve, Essipit, (Québec), G0T 1K0 (418) 233-2053(418) 233-2888

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Innus Essipit

Territoire :

Communauté d’Essipit

Situation géographique

La communauté est située sur la rive nord du Saint-Laurent, près de la baie des Escoumins, à 40 kilomètres au nord-est de Tadoussac.

Superficie

87 hectares

Population : 746

Principales langues parlées : Français

Gouvernement :

Conseil de la Première Nation des Innus Essipit 32, rue de la Réserve, Essipit, Québec G0T 1K0Tél.: (418) 233-2509 Fax: (418) 233-2888 https://www.innu-essipit.com/essipit/index.php

Activités économiques :

Croisières, art et artisanat, commerces et services, foresterie, tourisme, pourvoirie, camping, chalets, condos, pêche commerciale, hébergement.

Commerces et services :

Art et artisanat, camping, hôtellerie, croisières d’observation des baleines, dépanneur campings, pourvoiries, radio régionale, centre récréatif (bar, tennis, conditionnement physique, piscine, racquetball, etc.).

Infrastructure :

Accès : la communauté est accessible par la route 138. Réseau routier : 150 mètres de routes en gravier et 3 340 mètres en asphalte. Nombre de maisons : 119

Territory: Community of Essipit

Geographical location:

The community is located on the north shore of the St.Lawrence River near Les Escoumins Bay, 40 km northeast of Tadoussac.

Area: 87 hectares

Population: 746

Principal languages spoken: French

Government:

Conseil de la Première Nation des Innus Essipit 32, rue de la Réserve, Essipit, Québec G0T 1K0Tel.: (418) 233-2509 Fax: (418) 233-2888 https://www.innu-essipit.com/essipit/index.php

Economic activities:

Cruises,arts and handicrafts, businesses and services, forestry, tourism, outfitting, campground, cottages, condos, commercial fishing, lodging.

Businesses and services:

Arts and handicrafts, camping, hotel, caterer, convenience store, campground, outfitting, whale watching, regional radio, recreationnal center (bar, tennis, workout, pool, racquetball, etc.).

Infrastructure:

Access: the community can be reached by Highway 138. Road network: 150 metres of gravel roadand 3,340 metres of paved road. Number of houses: 119

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Mashteuiatsh

Agrinova, 2061, rue Mahikan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 480-3300 poste 242(418) 668-1917

Akua nature, 1665, rue Nishk, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 1G0 (418) 275-6161

Alco TMI Mashteuiatsh, 1665, rue Mahikan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 879-4660(418) 720-9495

Artisanat Eshkan, 2204, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-5593

Ashini S.E.N.C., 1020, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (581) 803-0065(581) 882-7998

Atelier de perfectionnement des textes en français enr., 205, rue du Boisé,Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-0023(418) 637-1235

Atelier de sculpture Thomas Siméon, 1541, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0(418) 275-5361

Atelier Plum'ART, 2662, rue Ouiatchoua,Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 765-3291(418) 637-2967

Autobus Gill 2015, 1828, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-5051(418) 637-8701

Aventure Myco Boréale, 1901, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 637-6570

Aventure Plume Blanche, 2228, Albanyse, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 637-0926

BioChar Boréalis, 2061, Mahikan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (450) 521-4208

Première Nation des Pekuakamiulnuatsh

1671, rue ouiatchouan

Mashteuiatsh (Québec)

G0W 2h0

T : (418) 275-2473

Boutique d'arts amérindiens, 1857, rue Nishk, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0

MASHTEUIATSH

1516, rue ouiatchouan Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2h0

T : (418) 275-5757

(418) 275-9155(418) 637-6050

Boutique Teuehikan 9254-1283 Québec inc., 1873, rue Nishk, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0(418) 275-7012

Caisse Desjardins du Pekuakami, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0

Camping de La Pointe,1358, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0

(418) 275-0655

(418) 275-6006

Camping Domaine Philippe JPG - Secteur central enr., 205, rue du Boisé, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0(418)275-0023(418)637-1235

Camping plage Robertson SENC, 2202, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0(418) 275-1375

Carrière Piékouagami s.e.n.c., 26, rue Pishu, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0

(418) 765-3004(418) 637-8949

CegerNation, 1423, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (581) 585-6454(418) 637-6166

Centre de la Petite Enfance BC Auetissatsh, 50, rue Auetissatsh, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0(418) 275-5703

Centre La Loba, 2289, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 637-8882

Comptabilnu inc., 1903, rue Ouiatchouan, Bureau 106, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-7464(418) 671-8088

Construction Courtois Girard, 2289, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 637-5581(418) 275-4908

Construction Mahikan, 1995, rue Nishk, Mashteuiatsh, (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 765-0104(418) 671-0960

Construction Piekouagami inc., 1665, rue Nishk - Bureau 512, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0(418) 347-4665(418) 487-7109

Constructions B.C. Robertson Inc., 1260, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0(418) 275-6288(418) 637-1057

Coopérative agro-forestière de Pointe-Bleue, 63, rue Mahikan, C.P. 246, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0(418) 679-4749(418) 515-4749

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SOCIÉTÉ DE DÉVELOPPEMENT ÉCONOMIQUE ILNU KA MAMU MASHTUEPALITATA ILNU PAKASSUN

MashteuiatshInnus

Territoire : Communauté de Mashteuiatsh

Situation géographique : Mashteuiatsh est la seule communauté autochtone au Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean. Elle est située sur la rive ouest du Pekuakami, nom ilnu qui désigne l’immense étendue d’eau que constitue le lac Saint-Jean, à six kilomètres de Roberval.

Superficie : 16,27 km2

Population : 7 667

Principales langues parlées : Nehlueun, français

Gouvernement : Pekuakamiulnuatsh Takuhikan 1671, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh, Québec G0W 2H0 Tél. : (418)-275-2473 Fax : (418)-275-6212 https://www.mashteuiatsh.ca www.mamuitun.com

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, commerces et services, construction, industrie du bois, tourisme, transport et administration publique.

Commerces et services :

Alimentation, art et artisanat, bureau de poste, camping, construction, dépanneurs, électricien, essence, excavation, finance, fourreur, garderie, gîte, mécanique automobile, musée, pépinière, quincaillerie, restaurant, scierie, soudure, taxi, transport.

Infrastructure :

Accès : La communauté de Mashteuiatsh est accessible par la route 169, par Roberval ou par Saint-Prime.

Réseau routier : 3657 mètres de routes en gravier et 17 060 mètres en asphalte.

Territory: Community of Mashteuiatsh

Geographical location:

The community is located six kilometers from Roberval, on the west shore of Lac Saint-Jean.

Area: 1627 hectares

Population: 7,667

Principal languages spoken: Nehlueun, French

Government:

Pekuakamiulnuatsh Takuhikan 1671, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh, Québec G0W 2H0 Tel.: (418)-275-2473 Fax: (418)-275-6212 https://www.mashteuiatsh.ca www.mamuitun.com

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, construction, forestry, manufacturer, tourism and transport.

Businesses and services:

Alimentation, arts and handicrafts, post office, campground, construction, convenience store, electrician, gasoline, excavation, finance, furrier, child care, lodging, automobile repairs, musée, tree nursery, hardware store, restaurant, sawmill, welding, taxi, transport.

Infrastructure:

Access: the community can be reached by Highway 169, which runs through Roberval. Road network: 3,657 metres of gravel road and 17,060 metres of paved road.

135 C.P. 383, Chef Émile Picard, Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0 T (581) 300-6313 info@indianacommunication.com www.quebecautochtone.net www.aboriginalquebec.net

NATIONS / INNUS

Mashteuiatsh

Coopérative de solidarité Nimilupan Nitshinatsh, 1761, rue Amishk, C.P. 208, Mashteuiatsh (Québec)G0W 2H0(418) 275-0990

Corporation médiatique Teuehikan, 1491, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0(418) 275-4684

Déneigement Sylvain Philippe, 2160, rue Nishk, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-5748

Dépanneur Ilnu Gaz, 1020, rue Ouiatchouan Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 765-1625

Dépanneur Simon-Pierre, 1443, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-5892

Développement PEK, 1425 rue Ouiatchouan Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-4262(418) 630-1697

Développement Piekuakami Ilnuatsh (S.E.C.), 1425, rue Ouiatchouan Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0(418) 275-8181 p.229(418) 637-0530

Domaine Philippe - Secteur central enr., 200, rue du Boisé, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0(418) 275-0541

Domaine Philippe -Terrains JGP enr., 205 rue du Boisé Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-0023(418) 637-1235

Dufresne Asphalte 2015 9321-5911 Québec inc., 1995, rue MahikanMashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0(418) 275-6667

Écofaune Boréale, 1665, rue Nishk, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 630-6687

Électro-Ilnu inc., 1138, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 637-6383

Entreprise Forestière L.R., 2086, rue du Rivage, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 879-0365

Entretien GL et déneigement enr., 1323, rue Ouiatchouan Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0(418) 275-1207

Entretien Malu enr., 1939, rue Nishk, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-1385(418) 879-1864

Épicerie Paul (Omni), 1748, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-1084

Excavation Piékouagami inc., 26, rue Pishu, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 765-3004(418) 637-8949

Ferme Abénakis, 2160, rue Nishk, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-5748

Foresterie Innit, 1940, rue Ouiatchouan Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 915-1648

Foresterie Nitassinan Inc., 1665, rue Nishk, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-6325(418)-671-9077

Forestier Piekouagami, 26, rue Pishu Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 637-8949 Garage Service Plus D.G.L., 1371, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-4422

Garderie chez Clémence, 35, rue Ntshuk, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-1786 Garderie chez Loulou, 1323, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-1207

Granules LG, 1665, rue Nishk, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-6161 GraphiSK, 1115, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 765-1561(418) 618-4667 Groupe Aishkatsh, 1747, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 679-7674

Groupe Conseil Nutshimit-Nippour inc., 1665, rue Nishk, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-8041(418) 671-9077

Groupe CP, 1741, rue Nishk, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 630-6116 Groupe Tipaikan inc., 1665, rue Nishk, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-8385(418) 671-9077

Ilnu Trans Forme, 1665 rue Nishk, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0

(418) 637-5779

(418) 671-2814 Innutek inc., 14, Domain Robertson, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0

Intact Construction inc., 1138, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 765-1441(418) 637-6383

Isofor, 1665, rue Nishk, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 668-3850

Jardin mimaclo, 1765, rue Nishk, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0

Kamishkak'Arts, 55, rue Mahikan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0

(418)-618-5099

(418) 765-3003

Landes forestières Uapats, 1427, rue Ouiatchouan Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-4545

Laury Trottier, adjointe, 1765, rue Nishk, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 618-4999

Les entreprises Mitshuap inc.,1147, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (581) 815-0056(418) 275-2684

Les Immeubles Guylaine Robertson, 1903, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0(418) 275-3374

Les services parajudiciaires autochtones du Québec,1903, rue Ouiatchouan bureau 105, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-5878

Location Ilnou-Tec (Gestion Micaan enr.) 2, rue de l'Orme, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0(418) 275-6321 Maison Uasheu 1741, rue Amishk Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-0990 Massinak, 1132, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 765-3377(418) 618-7838 Matsheshu Créations 2698, rue Ouiatchouan Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418)-637-2574

Me Yvon Parent, avocat, 16107 rue Matishu, case postale 129, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0(418) 275-2080(418) 637-1617

Entreprises et organismes / Businesses and organizations tf Innus 136 C.P. 383, Chef Émile Picard, Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0 T (581) 300-6313 info@indianacommunication.com www.quebecautochtone.net www.aboriginalquebec.net

Innus

Mashteuiatsh

Entreprises et organismes / Businesses and organizations tf

Mini excavation Roberval, 1031, rue Ouiatchouan Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-1850(418) 879-0357

MJM Soudure Mécanique, 2750, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 515-9093

Nitsh Dessin d’architecture, 2180, rue Nishk Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 515-0508

Nutshimitsh, 2005, rue Ouiatchouan Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-0666(418) 618-4118

Parc Sacré, 1901, rue Ouiatchouan,( Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 765-3003

Paroisse Sainte-Kateri-Tekakwitha, 1745, rue Amishk, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-2938

Pekuakamiulnuatsh Takuhikan, 1671, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-2473

Poste Canada, 1834, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-5454

Premières Nations enr., 1571, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-3570

Productions Élizabeth Raphaël enr., 1896, rue Ouiatchouan Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 1G0581 721-0028

Puakuteu,1747, rue Ouiatchouan Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 765-0219, poste 22

Raf-inné, 2202, rue Ouiatchouan Mashteuiatsh Raf-inné (Québec) G0W 1G0 (418) 671-7755

René Robertson Fourrures EDA, 1619, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-0795

Réseau Conseil, 1392, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 515-1515

Resto du Lac, 1544, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 419 275-1919

Salon Aluepi S.E.N.C., 66, rue Pishu, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 630-8321

Salon belle à croquer, 2735, Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 637-6649

Sciage GP, 1741, rue Nishk, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 630-6116

Serrurier Larouche, 400, rue Mahikan, bureau 102, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-5930

Sécurité Mahikan, 2050, rue Mahikan (Québec) Mashteuiatsh G0W 2H0 (418) 637-1550

Serrurier Larouche, 1901, rue Ouiatchouan, bureau 102, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-5930

Société de développement Économique Ilnu, 1516, rue Ouiatchouan Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-5757, poste 110

Société d'histoire et d'archéologie de Mashteuiatsh,1787, rue Amishk, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0(418) 275-4842

Société en commandite Néro Onikam, 1440, Ouiatchouan Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0(418) 679-2711(418) 618-0127

Soudure express, 1665, rue Nishk, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 669-1911(418) 720-9495

Tatuetamu, 1307 rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 514 433-1023

Taxi Gilles Paul, 1466, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-3850

Taxi Rod, 1393, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-3832, (418) 275-2222(418) 275-2092

Technologie forestière R.C.T.F. inc.,1665. rue Nishk, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-7575(418) 480-8432

Transport 3SKJ, 1440, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-4095(418) 618-0127

Transport C. Moar, 337 rue Mahikan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 679-7674

Transport Duchesne Kapatakan, 2238, rue Nishk, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 275-8701(418) 630-0722

Transport Eddy Ross (9206-0235 Québec inc.),1258, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh G0W 2H0(418) 275-7228(418) 679-7420

Transport interfax (4344081 Canada inc.),1777, Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh G0W 2H0 (418) 275-5275 (Mashteuiatsh) (418) 679-6850 (418) 671-9688 (fardier)

Transport Sylvain Duchesne SENC,1440, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0(418) 275-4095(418) 618-0127

Tshietin Solution industrielle inc., 1739, rue Nishk (Québec) Mashteuiatsh G0W 2H0 (418) 630-6116

Uitshiten, consultant, 1115, rue Ouiatchouan Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H) (418)637-1331

Ussi communications inc., 1759, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (418) 812-3939

Ussi logistique (division),1759, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh G0W 2H0 (418) 812-3939

Utapi Consultants (418) 720-1494

Utehi, 1293, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh (Québec) G0W 2H0 (581) 306-4320

Vitrerie JMS Glass,1935, rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh G0W 2H0 (418) 765-1218

NATIONS / INNUS 137 C.P. 383, Chef Émile Picard, Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0 T (581) 300-6313 info@indianacommunication.com www.quebecautochtone.net www.aboriginalquebec.net

Innus

Matimekush - Lac John

Béton Naskinnu (418) 296-6633

Cantine Chez Rita’s (418) 585-2379

Conseil de la Nation Innu Matimekush - Lac-John, C.P. 1390, Schefferville, (Québec), G0G 2T0(418) 585-2601(418) 585-3856

CPE Uatikuss (418) 585-2820

Dispensaire Matimekush - Lac John, C.P. 549, Matimekush, (Québec), G0G 2T0 (418) 585-2667(418) 585-2890 École Kanatamat Tshitipenitamunu, C.P. 1000, Matimekush, (Québec), G0G 2T0 (418) 585-2116(418) 585-3921

Garage Montagnais (418) 585-3303

Héli-Explore (819) 333-4354

Hôtel Innu Rodeway (418) 585-3888

Location Discount (418) 585-3888

Maison d’hébergement pour les femmes, C.P.2214, Matimekush, (Québec), G0G 2T0(418) 585-3419

Pétroles Pimi Naskinnuk (418) 585-2349

Pourvoirie Nessipi Kantuet (418) 585-3756

Radio CRKA-FM Kue-Attinukan Matimekosh inc. (106,9 FM), C.P. 2095, Schefferville, (Québec), G0G 2T0 (418) 585-2632(418) 585-2289

Santé & Services Sociaux Montagnais, C.P. 187, Matimekush, (Québec), G0G 2T0 (418) 585-3324(418) 585-2114 Services Techniques, C.P. 1390, Matimekush, (Québec), G0G 2T0 (418) 585-2404(418) 585-2445 Transport Nirinnu (418) 585-2106 Transport Ferroviaire Tshiuetin (418) 585-2333

Conseil de la Nation Matimekush-Lac John

(Québec)

Réal McKenzie

Monfette

GARAGE MONTAGNAIS

INNU RODEWAY

585-3888

TRANSPORT NIRINNU 418 585-2106

FERROVIAIRE 418 585-2333

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Nathalie Gabriel Dan-Georges Gabriel Didier Grégoire Pier-Luc André

BÉTON NASKINNU 418 296-6633

PÉTROLES PIMI NASKINNUK 418 585-2349

CANTINE CHEZ RITA’S 418 585-2379

POURVOIRIE NESSIPI KANTUET 418 585-3756

CPE UATIKUSS 418 585-2820

585-2600 585-2632 585-2115 585-2463 (418) 585-3856

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Innus Matimekush - Lac John

Territoire :

Communautés de Matimekush et de Lac-John

Situation géographique :

La communauté de Matimekush est située au bord du lac Pearce, à environ 510 kilomètres au nord de Sept-Îles. La communauté de Lac-John est située à 3,5 kilomètres de Matimekush et du centre de Schefferville.

Superficie :

15,91 hectares (Matimekush) 23,5 hectares (Lac-John)

Population : 1039

Principales langues parlées : Innu, français

Gouvernement :

Conseil de la Nation Innu Matimekush Lac-John 170 Pearce Lake, Schefferville, Québec G0G 2T0 Tél.: (418) 585-2601 Fax: (418) 585-3856 http://www.matimekush.com www.mamuitun.com

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, commerces et services, construction, piégeage, transport, tourisme, pourvoirie.

Commerces et services :

Alimentation, machinerie lourde, mécanique automobile, dépanneur, pharmacie, équipement de camping, plomberie, essence, pourvoirie, vidéo.

Infrastructure :

Accès : Matimekush est accessible par avion ou par train, à partir de Sept-Îles. Réseau routier : 550 mètres de routes pavées.

Territory:

Communities of Matimekush and Lac-John

Geographical location:

The community of Matimekush is located by the shore of lake Pearce, about 510 km north of Sept-Îles. The community of Lac-John is located 3.5 km from Matimekush and from the centre of Schefferville.

Area: 15.91 hectares (Matimekush) 23.5 hectares (Lac-John)

Population: 1039

Principal languages spoken: Innu, French

Government:

Conseil de la Nation Innu Matimekush Lac-John 170 Pearce Lake, Schefferville, Québec G0G 2T0 Tel.: (418) 585-2601 Fax: (418) 585-3856 http://www.matimekush.com www.mamuitun.com

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, businesses and services, construction, trapping, transport, tourism, outfitting.

Businesses and services:

Heavy machinery, automobile repairs, outfitter, camping and equipment, pharmacy, convenience store, plumber, food supplier, gasoline, video.

Infrastructure:

Access: the community can be reached by airplane or train from Sept-îles. Road network: 550 metres of paved road.

G0A

info@indianacommunication.com www.quebecautochtone.net www.aboriginalquebec.net

NATIONS / INNUS 139C.P. 383, Chef Émile Picard, Wendake (Québec)
4V0 T (581) 300-6313

Innus

Entreprises et organismes / Businesses

organizations

Caisse populaire Desjardins de Mingan-Anticosti, 998, chemin du Roi Ouest, C.P. 40, Longue-Pointe de Mingan, (Québec), G0G 1V0

(418) 949-2882(418) 949-2025

Centre d’affaires Kanikaniteth inc., 49, rue Mishta-Meshkanau, Ekuanitshit, (Québec), G0G 1V0(418) 949-2132(418) 949-2177

Centre de sante Mashtishanitshuap, 27, rue Mathias Uashaunu, Ekuanitshit, (Quebec), G0G 1V0(418) 949-2300(418) 949-2328

Compagnie Atautshuap inc., 45, rue Mista-Meshkanau, Ekuanitshit, (Québec), G0G 1V0(418) 949-2920(418) 949-2725

Conseil des Innu de Ekuanitshit, 35, rue Manitou, Ekuanitshit, (Québec), G0G 1V0 (418) 949-2234(418) 949-2085

Corporation de développement économique Ekuanitshinnuat inc., 49, rue Mishta-Meshkanau, Ekuanitshit, (Québec), G0G 1V0

(418) 949-2245(418) 949-2177 Corporation Ka Tshishpeuatak, 49, rue Mishta-Meshkanau, (Québec), G0G 1V0 (418) 949-2132(418) 949-2177 Côte-Nord Sanitation inc., 159, rue Père-Divet, Sept-Îles, (Québec), G4R 3P5 (418) 962-6523(418) 968-3917

CPE Mikupishan, 25, rue Teueikan, Ekuanitshit, (Quebec) G0G 1V0 (418) 949-2901(418) 949-2993 Distribution MV inc., 1411, du Canot, Havre St-Pierre, (Québec), G0G 1P0 (418) 538-2010(418) 538-3644 École Teueikan, 29, rue Tshiaht-innuat, Ekuanitshit, (Québec), G0G 1V0 (418) 949-2113(418) 949-2449

Conseil des Innus de Ekuanitshit

ChEf Jean-Charles Piétacho

ConsEillERs

Josiane Napish, vice-chef

· Léo Basile, conseiller

· Rita Mestokosho, conseillère

· Mario Piétacho, conseiller

DiRECTRiCE GénéRalE Monique Mestokosho

EKUANITSHIT

35, rue Manitou, nitassinan, Mingan (Québec) GoG iVo Courriel : reception.conseil@ekuanitshit.ca T : (418) 949-2234 F : (418) 949-2085 ligne sans frais : 1 888 949-2406

Église St-Georges de Mingan, 35, rue Manitu, Ekuanitshit, (Québec), G0G 1V0 (418) 949-2234(418) 949-2085

Garderie Uatiku, 25, rue Teuaikan, Ekuanitshit, (Québec), G0G 1V0 (418) 949-2901(418) 949-2993 Gestion Ka Uauetinahk inc., 49, rue Mishta-Meshkanau, Ekuanitshit, (Québec), G0G 1V0(418) 949-2303(418) 949-2177 Innukoptères inc., 49, rue Mishta-Meshkanau, Ekuanitshit, (Québec), G0G 1V0 (418) 962-1214 Journal Inniun - La Vie, 27, rue Matias Uahaunu, Ekuanitshit, (Québec), G0G 1V0 (418) 949-2133(418) 949-2173

La Cage, Brasserie Sportive, 395, rue Arnaud, Sept-Ïles, (Québec), G4R 3A8

(418) 962-2243(418) 968-2243 Les Produits Ekuanitshiu-Inniminana inc., Production de bleuets (418) 949-2425(418) 949-2177

Maison de la Culture Innue / Mitshuap Utaitun, 34, rue Nashipetimit, Ekuanitshit, (Quebec) G0G1V0 Minganie Équipement inc., 1223, rue de l’Escale, Havre St-Pierre, (Québec), G0G 1P0(418) 538-1414(418) 538-7446 Mitimeu inc., 34, rue Tshiat-Innuat, Ekuanitshit, (Québec), G0G 1V0

(418) 949-2973

Pahin Électrique inc. et Construction et Développement Ekuanitshit inc., 34, rue Mathias Uashaunnu, Ekuanitshit, (Québec), G0G 1V0 (418) 949-0084(418) 949-2177

Pêcheries Shipek S.E.C., 49, rue Mishta-Meshkanau, Ekuanitshit, (Québec), G0G 1V0(418) 949-2099(418) 949-2177

Petahu Transport inc., Ekuanitshit, (Québec), G0G 1V0 (418) 571-0140 Poissonerie Fortier et Frères inc., 1, rue Père-Divet, Sept-Ïles, (Québec), G4R 5B6 (418) 962-9751(418) 968-5878 Pourvoirie du Lac Allard et Rivière Mingan inc., 49, rue Mishta-Meshkanau, Ekuanitshit, (Québec), G0G 1V0 (418) 949-2425(418) 949-2177

C.P. 383, Chef Émile Picard, Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0 T (581) 300-6313

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-Territoire :

Communauté de Ekuanitshit (Mingan)

Situation géographique :

La communauté est située au confluent de la rivière Mingan et du fleuve Saint-Laurent, à 37 kilomètres à l’ouest de Havre-Saint-Pierre.

Superficie : 3 887,82 hectares

Population : 655

Principales langues parlées : Innu, français

Gouvernement :

Conseil des Innu de Ekuanitshit 35, rue Manitou, Ekuanitshit, Québec G0G 1V0

Tél.: (418) 949-2234 Fax: (418) 949-2085 https://www.ekuanitshit.com/fr http://www.mamit-innuat.com/membres/ekuanitshit.aspx

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, commerces et services, piégeage, tourisme, pourvoirie, transport, construction, pêche commerciale.

Commerces et services :

Art et artisanat, magasin communautaire, pêcherie, restauration, pourvoirie.

Infrastructure :

Accès : la communauté est accessible par la route 138.

Réseau routier : 6 060 mètres de routes en gravier et 800 mètres en asphalte. Nombre de logements : 162

Territory:

Community of Ekuanitshit (Mingan)

Geographical location: The community is located where the Mingan River flows into the St. Lawrence River, 37 km west of Havre-Saint-Pierre.

Area: 3,887.82 hectares

Population: 655

Principal languages spoken: Innu, French

Government:

Conseil des Innu de Ekuanitshit 35, rue Manitou, Ekuanitshit, Québec G0G 1V0 Tel.: (418) 949-2234 Fax: (418) 949-2085 https://www.ekuanitshit.com/fr http://www.mamit-innuat.com/membres/ekuanitshit.aspx

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, businesses and services, tourism, trapping, outfitting, transport, construction, commercial fishing.

Businesses and services:

Arts and handicrafts, restauration, community store, fisheries, outfitting.

Infrastructure:

Access: the community can be reached by Highway 138. Road network: 6,060 metres of gravel road and 800 metres of paved road.

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Mingan

Pourvoirie du Lac Allard et Rivière Mingan inc., 49, rue Mishta-Meshkanau, Ekuanitshit, (Québec), G0G 1V0(418) 949-2425(418) 949-2177

Radio CKKE-FM Ekuanitshit Kaiamiumishtuk (89,9 FM), 40, rue Manitou, Ekuanitshit, (Québec), G0G 1V0 (418) 949-2829(418) 949-2918

Regroupement Mamit Innuat / Mingan, 3, rue Hinipeh Muanen, Ekuanitshit, (Québec), G0G 1V0(418) 949-2215(418) 949-2416

Sécurité Innu inc., 49, rue Mishta-Meshkanau, Ekuanitshit, (Québec), G0G 1V0 (418) 949-2874(418) 949-2177

SEIE, division Buanderie, 1067, rue de la Dérive, Havre St-Pierre, (Québec), G0G 1P0 (418) 538-2017(418) 538-0879

Société de Gestion Ekuanitshinnuat inc. (SGE), 49, rue Mishta-Meshkanau, Ekuanitshit, (Québec), G0G 1V0

Société des Entreprises Innues d’Ekuanitshit (2009) sep (SEIE sep), 49, rue Mishta-Meshkanau, Ekuanitshit, (Québec), G0G 1V0

(418) 949-2132(418) 949-2177

(418) 964-6363(418) 949-2177

Société Ishpitenitamun, 49, rue Mishta-Meshkanau, Ekuanitshit, (Québec), G0G 1V0 (418) 949-2132(418) 949-2177

Uanan, Expert conseils inc., 37, rue Chef Petahu, Ekuanitshit, (Québec), G0G 1V0 (418) 949-2132(418) 979-2177

Voyages Inter Nation et associes, 2936 rue de la Faune #120, Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0 (800) 463-4673(418) 840-1751

Innus

Nutashkuan

Corporation de Développement Économique Nutashkuan, General Delivery, Nutashkuan, (Québec), G0G 2E0 (418) 726-3529(418) 726-3606

CPE Uapukun, 188, rue Pashin, Nutashkuan, (Québec), G0G 2E0 (418) 726-3800(418) 726-3803

Dispensaire Nutashkuan, General Delivery, Nutashkuan, (Québec), G0G 2E0 (418) 726-3355(418) 726-3398

École Uauitshitun, General Delivery, Nutashkuan, (Québec), G0G 2E0 (418) 726-3368(418) 726-3620 Épicerie Nutashkuan, 139, route 138, Nutashkuan, (Québec), G0G 2E0 (418) 726-3161(418) 726-3687

Pompiers Nutashkuan, General Delivery, Nutashkuan, (Québec), G0G 2E0 (418) 726-3529(418) 726-3606

Pourvoirie Hipou, C.P. 148, Nutashkuan, (Québec), G0G 2E0 (418) 726-3609(418) 726-3509

Première Nation des Innus de Nutashkuan, 78, rue Maskush, Nutashkuan, (Québec), G0G 2E0(418) 726-3529(418) 726-3606 Radio CFNQ-FM Ushashumek Nutashkuan’u (89.9 FM), 19, rue Matshteu, Nutashkuan, (Québec), G0G 2E0 (418) 726-3327(418) 726-3430

Services sanitaires Nutashkuan, General Delivery, Nutashkuan, (Québec), G0G 2E0 (418) 726-3529(418) 726-3606

Services Sociaux de Nutashkuan, General Delivery, Nutashkuan, (Québec), G0G 2E0 (418) 726-3434(418) 726-3414

Entreprises et organismes / Businesses and organizations tf
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Entreprises et organismes / Businesses and organizations tf Innus CHEF UTSHIMAU Réal Tettaut CONSEILLERS Marcel Mestokosho Paul-Émile Uapistan Pierre Kaltush, Maxime Ishpatao DIRECTEUR GÉNÉRAL Jules Wapistan DIRECTEUR GÉNÉRAL ADJOINT Alain Wapistan Nutashkuan, Cte Duplessis (Québec) G0G 2E0 Tél. : (418) 726-3529 • Fax : (418) 726-3017 PREMIÈRE NATION DES INNUS DE NUTASHKUAN

Territoire : Communauté de Nutashkuan

Situation géographique :

La communauté est située à l’embouchure de la rivière Natashquan, sur le golfe du Saint-Laurent, à 336 kilomètres à l’est de Sept-Îles.

Superficie : 20,63 hectares

Population : 1 217

Principales langues parlées : Innu, français

Gouvernement :

Première Nation des Innus de Nutashkuan 78, rue Maskush, Nutashkuan, Québec G0G 2E0 Tél.: (418) 726-3529 Fax: (418) 726-3606 http://www.mamit-innuat.com/membres/nutashkuan.aspx http://www.mamit-innuat.com

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, piégeage, tourisme, construction, transport, pourvoiries.

Commerces et services :

Art et artisanat, magasin communautaire, équipement de camping, taxi et ambulance, machinerie lourde, traiteur, services sanitaires.

Infrastructure :

Accès : Nutashkuan est accessible par la route 138, par bateau et par avion. Réseau routier : 6 100 mètres de routes en gravier et asphalte.

Nombre de maisons : 229

C.P.

Territory: Community of Nutashkuan

Geographical location:

The community is located where the Natashquan River flows into the Gulf of St. Lawrence, 336 km east of Sept-Îles.

Area: 20.63 hectares Population: 1,217

Principal languages spoken: Innu, French

Government:

Première Nation des Innus de Nutashkuan 78, rue Maskush, Nutashkuan, Québec G0G 2E0 Tel.: (418) 726-3529 Fax: (418) 726-3606 http://www.mamit-innuat.com/membres/nutashkuan.aspx http://www.mamit-innuat.com

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, tourism, trapping, outfitting, transport, construction.

Businesses and services:

Arts and handicrafts, camping equipment, heavy machinery, caterer, community store, taxi and ambulance, sanitary services.

Infrastructure:

Access: Nutashkuan can be reached by Highway 138, by boat, and by plane. Road network: 6,100 metres of gravel road and asphalt.

Number of houses: 229

Picard,

(Québec) G0A 4V0

300-6313

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Nutashkuan
Innus NATIONS / INNUS 143 1
383, Chef Émile
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Innus

Pakua Shipi

Centre de santé de la Réserve Indienne / Pakua Shipu, C.P. 39, Pakua Shipi, (Québec), G0G 2R0(418) 947-2757(418) 947-2682

Conseil des Innus de Pakua Shipu, 9, rue Innu, C.P. 178, Pakua Shipi, (Québec), G0G 2R0(418) 947-2253(418) 947-2622

École Pakuashipu, C.P. 68, Pakua Shipi, (Québec), G0G 2R0 (418) 947-2729(418) 947-2209

Garderie Chez Nukum, C.P. 178, Pakua Shipi, (Québec), G0G 2R0 (418) 947-2539(418) 947-2622

Hotellerie Pakua Shipi, C.P. 178, Pakua Shipi, (Québec), G0G 2R0 (418) 947-2253(418) 947-2622

Pakua Shipi Service Incendie, C.P. 178, Pakua Shipi, (Québec), G0G 2R0 (418) 947-2787(418) 947-2397

Radio Communautaire CIBE-FM Pakua Shipu Paushtuk Kaiamiumishtuk (89,3 FM), C.P. 178, Pakua Shipi, (Québec), G0G 2R0

(418) 947-1591(418) 947-2622

Sécurité Publique Pakua Shipi, C.P. 265, Pakua Shipi, (Québec), G0G 2R0 (418) 947-2787(418) 947-2397 Services Sociaux Mamit Innuat / Pakua Shipu, C.P. 178, Pakua Shipi, (Québec), G0G 2R0(418) 947-2308(418) 947-2484

Conseil des Innus de

Entreprises et organismes / Businesses and organizations tf 144 1 C.P. 383, Chef Émile Picard, Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0 T (581) 300-6313 info@indianacommunication.com www.quebecautochtone.net www.aboriginalquebec.net 9 rue Innu, C.P. 178 Pakua Shipi, P.Q. G0G 2R0 Tél : 418-947-2253 Fax : 418-947-2622 GuyMestenapéo, Chef Jacques Mark, Vice-chef Nina Malleck, conseillère Maurice Bellefleur, conseiller Roger Mark, conseiller
Pakua Shipu

Innus Pakua Shipi

Territoire :

Communauté de Pakua Shipi

Situation géographique : L’établissement est situé sur la rive ouest de la rivière Saint-Augustin, à 550 kilomètres au nord-est de Sept-Îles.

Superficie : 4,47 hectares Population : 378

Principales langues parlées : Innu, français, anglais Gouvernement :

Conseil des Innus de Pakua Shipu C.P. 178, Pakua Shipi, Québec G0G 2R0 Tél.: (418) 947-2253 Fax: (418) 947-2622 http://www.mamitinnuat.com/membres/pakua_shipu.aspx http://www.mamit-innuat.com

Activités économiques : Art et artisanat, piégeage, tourisme, construction, transport, hébergement.

Commerces et services : Art et artisanat

Infrastructure :

Accès : l’établissement de Pakua Shipu est accessible par avion et par bateau. Réseau routier : 280 mètres de routes en gravier et 2 130 mètres de routes en terre battue.

Nombre de maisons : 86

Territory:

Community of Pakua Shipi

Geographical location: The territory is located on the western bank of the Saint-Augustin River, 550 km northeast of Sept-îles.

Area: 4.47 hectares Population: 378

Principal languages spoken: Innu, French, English

Government :

Conseil des Innus de Pakua Shipu C.P. 178, Pakua Shipi, Québec G0G 2R0 Tel.: (418) 947-2253 Fax: (418) 947-2622 http://www.mamitinnuat.com/membres/pakua_shipu.aspx http://www.mamit-innuat.com

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, trapping, tourism, construction, transport, lodging.

Businesses and services: Arts and handicrafts

Infrastructure:

Access: Pakua Shipu can be reached by airplane and boat. Road network: 280 metres of gravel road and 2,130 metres of forest road. Number of houses: 86

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Innus

Banque de Montréal

rue Messek, Pessamit, (Québec),

Pessamit,

Pessamit

tf

(418) 567-9543(418) 567-9540

Bar Meshk-Uits, 63, rue Ashini, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0 (418) 567-9616

Bar Meshtuk, 45, Pisto, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0 (418) 567-4838

Cantine Berniss, 18B, rue Metsheteu, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0 (418) 567-9118

Centre de la Petite enfance Nuitsheuakan, 2, Place Niash Picard, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0(418) 567-2000(418) 567-8000

Clinique dentaire, 2, Ashini, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0

Centre Uatik, 4, Penshu, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0

Conseil des Innus de Pessamit - Administration générale, 44, rue Messek - Local 136, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0

(418) 567-2256

(418) 567-7962

(418) 567-2265(418) 567-8560

Conseil des Innus de Pessamit - Bureau Politique, 4, rue Metsheteu, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0(418) 567-8488(418) 567-2868

Conseil des Innus de Pessamit - Centre communautaire Ka Mamuitunanut, 2, rue Kepatakan, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0

(418) 567-4377(418) 567-9898

Conseil des Innus de Pessamit - Centre de santé et Services Sociaux, 5, Place Niash Picard, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0 (418) 567-2241(418) 567-2542

Conseil des Innus de Pessamit - Centre Local d’Emploi et de Formation, 2, rue Ashini, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0 (418) 567-4741(418) 567-8085

Conseil des Innus de Pessamit - Centre Ushteshimau (Aréna), 30, rue Messek, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0 (418) 567-1246(418) 567-1253

Conseil des Innus de Pessamit - École Primaire Nussim, 4, rue Pulis, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0(418) 567-2215(418) 567-8010

Conseil des Innus de Pessamit - École Secondaire Uashkaikan, 63, rue Messek, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0 (418) 567-2271(418) 567-8772

Conseil des Innus de Pessamit - Maison des jeunes de Pessamit, 5, Place Niash Picard, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0 (418) 567-2814(418) 567-8560

Conseil des Innus de Pessamit - Sécurité publique de Pessamit, 80, Ashini, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0 (418) 567-2211(418) 567-2269

Conseil des Innus de Pessamit - Services Publics / Habitation 44, rue Messek, bureau 122, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0 (418) 567-4443(418) 567-3292

Conseil Tribal Mamuitun, 20, rue Messek, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0 (418) 567-2295(418) 567-8528

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- Bank of Montreal /
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G0H 1B0
Entreprises et organismes / Businesses and organizations

Innus

Territoire :

Communauté de Pessamit

Situation géographique :

La communauté est située sur la côte nord du fleuve Saint-Laurent, à 54 kilomètres au sud-ouest de Baie-Comeau.

Superficie : 25 536,57 hectares

Population : 4 103

Principales langues parlées : Innu, français

Gouvernement :

Conseil des Innus de Pessamit

4, rue Metsheteu, C.P. 130, Pessamit, Québec G0H 1B0 Tél.: (418) 567-8488 Fax: (418) 567-2868 https://pessamit.org/ http://www.mamuitun.com

Activités économiques :

Commerces et services, foresterie, pêche, piégeage, construction, transport, tourisme, pourvoirie.

Commerces et services :

Alimentation, machinerie lourde, magasin général, art et artisanat, bar, quincaillerie, bureau de poste, restauration, dépanneurs.

Infrastructure :

Accès : la communauté est accessible par la route 138.

Réseau routier : 8 480 mètres de routes en gravier et 4 530 mètres en asphalte. Nombre de maisons : 859

Pessamit

Territory: Community of Betsiamites

Geographical location:

The community is located on the north shore of the St.Lawrence River, 54 km southwest of Baie-Comeau.

Area:

25,536.57 hectares

Population: 4,103

Principal languages spoken: Innu, French Government :

Conseil des Innus de Pessamit

4, rue Metsheteu, C.P. 130, Pessamit, Québec G0H 1B0 Tel.: (418) 567-8488 Fax: (418) 567-2868 https://pessamit.org/ http://www.mamuitun.com

Economic activities:

Businesses and services, fishery, forestry, trapping, construction, transport, tourism, outfitting.

Businesses and services:

Arts and handicrafts, general store, bar, hardware store, heavy machinery, convenience stores, post office, food supplier, restaurant.

Infrastructure:

Access: the community can be reached by Highway 138.

Road network: 8,480 metres of gravel road and 4,530 metres of paved road. Number of houses: 859

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Pessamit

Dépanneur Ashini Boni-Soir, 33, rue Ashini, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0 (418) 567-3131

Dépanneur Messek, 65, Messek, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H

(418) 567-2333

Dépanneur Pessamit, 78, rue Ashini, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0 (418) 567-1212

Épicerie Le Montagnais, 3, Mitesh, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0 (418) 567-4000(418) 567-4000

Gestion Rousselot inc., 50, Ashini, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0 (418) 567-7800(418) 567-8063

Maison des Aînés, 10, rue Utapan, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0 (418) 567-0163

Pourvoirie du Lac des Ïles, 1, rue Papinachois, C.P. 812, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0(418) 567-8350(418) 567-2508

Presbytère de Pessamit, 3, Laletaut, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0

(418) 567-4030(418) 567-4854

Projet de restauration du saumon, 2, Ashini, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0 (418) 567-2265

Quincaillerie Meshtuk, 5, Mitesh, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0 (418) 567-8368(418) 567-8063

Radio Ntetemuk inc. (CIMB 95,1 FM), 8, rue Laletaut, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0(418) 567-4642(418) 567-8559

Restaurant Le Bidou 2.0, 11, Itual, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0 (418) 567-5054

Restaurant Penshu, 2, Penshu, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0 (418) 567-8682

Station Takutaut, 1, route 138, Pessamit, (Québec), G0H 1B0 (418) 567-1301

Innus

Uashat mak Mani-utenam

Entreprises et organismes / Businesses and

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(418)-350-1451 Atikuss, 136 boulevard des Montagnais, Uashat, Québec), G4R 5R2 (418) 962-6377

Académie Maikan, 282 boulevard des Montagnais, Uashat, (Québec),G4R5R1

Amik (Agence Mamu Innu Kaikusseht)

283A boulevard des Montagnais, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5R1 (418) 962-0103(418) 962-0136

Assi Ingénieurs & Constructeurs Inc., 287, boul. des Montagnais, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5R1(418) 961-2402(418) 968-4372 Asham Construction Inc., 1002, rue Cartier, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 2W1 (418) 962-3098 Association Hockey Mineur Uashat mak Mani-Utenam (418)927-2181

Atautshuap (Centre du travail, Chlorophylle, Chaussures POP et Go Sport) 1008, boul. Laure, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5P1

(418) 960-5580

Atuan Impression et Broderie, Maliotenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2 (418)-350-5360

Bienvenue à Uashat mak Mani-utenam

Innu Takuaikan

Uashat mak Mani-utenam

265, boulevard des Montagnais Uashat (Québec) G4R 4L9

Chef : Mike McKenzie

Téléphone : 1-418-962-0327

: 1-418-968-0937

L’Immobilière Montagnaise Ltée.

Directeur: monsieur Jean-Marc Bergeron

Téléphone: 1-418-962-4979

Télécopieur: 1-418-968-6114

Hôtel

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organismes
Businesses and organizations
Télécopieur
Quality Inn Sept-Iles 1005 Laure, Sept-Iles QC G4R 4S6 Téléphone: 1-418-960-1888 Partenaire d’hier, d’aujourd’hui et de demain www.itum.qc.ca INNU TAKUAIKAN UASHAT MAK MANI-UTENAM
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Uashat mak Mani-utenamInnus

Territoire :

Communautés de Uashat et de Maliotenam

Situation géographique :

La communauté de Uashat est située à la limite ouest de Sept-Îles. La réserve de Maliotenam est à 16 kilomètres à l’est de Sept-Îles.

Ka uatshinakanashkasht (nouvel agrandissementSitué à l'intérieur des terres de la Baie de Sept-Îles).

Superficie :

Uashat : 108,31 hectares

Maliotenam : 499,28 hectares

Ka uatshinakanashkasht : 111 hectares

Population : 4 826

Principales langues parlées : Innu, français

Gouvernement :

Innu Takuaikan Uashat mak Mani-utenam 265, boulevard des Montagnais, C.P. 8000 Uashat, Québec G4R 4L9

Tél.: (418) 962-0327 Fax: (418) 968-0937 https://www.itum.qc.ca/ http://www.mamuitun.com

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, commerces et services, foresterie, piégeage, construction, transport, pourvoirie.

Commerces et services :

Alimentation, couture, services de gestion, aménagement paysager, dépanneurs, machine-rie lourde, soins esthétiques, électriciens, traduction, camping, essence, produits pétroliers, traiteur, centre commercial, fabrication de canots, restauration, fabrication de poêles à bois, arcade.

Infrastructure :

Accès : Uashat et Maliotenam : accessibles par la route 138. Réseau routier : Uashat : 5 730 mètres de routes en asphalte. Maliotenam : 690 mètres de routes en gravier et 13 140 mètres en asphalte. Nombre de maisons : Uashat : 513. Maliotenam : 552

Territory:

Communities of Uashat and Maliotenam

Geographical location:

The community of Uashat is located on the western outskirts of Sept-îles. The community of Maliotenam is located 16 km east of Sept-îles.

Ka uatshinakanashkasht (new expansionLocated inland of Sept-Îles Bay)

Area:

Uashat: 108.31 hectares

Maliotenam: 499.28 hectares

Ka uatshinakanashkasht : 111 hectares

Population: 4,826

Principal languages spoken: Innu, French

Government:

Innu Takuaikan Uashat mak Mani-utenam 265, boulevard des Montagnais, C.P. 8000 Uashat, Québec G4R 4L9

Tel.: (418) 962-0327 Fax: (418) 968-0937 https://www.itum.qc.ca/ http://www.mamuitun.com

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, businesses and services, forestry, trapping, construction, transport, outfitting.

Businesses and services:

Gasoline, restaurant, convenience stores, heavy machinery, shopping centre, beauty treatments, electricians, landscaping, translation, camping site, fashion, management services, video arcade, canoe making, food supplier, oil products, wood stoves, caterer.

Infrastructure:

Access: Uashat and Maliotenam can be reached by Route 138. Road network: Uashat: 5,730 metres of paved road. Maliotenam: 690 metres of gravel road and 13,140 metres of paved road. Number of houses: Uashat: 513. Maliotenam: 552

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Uashat mak Mani-utenamInnus

Béton Nuten Inc., 3 rue Ti-Basse, Maliotenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2

Béothuk Inc., 1034, av. de Quen, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5E4 (418) 961-9897

Caméléon Entretien, 1025, rue Atamu, (Québec), G4R 0A5 (418) 961-5971

Casse-croûte Ali-BaBa, 1005, boul. Laure #1-101, Sept-Îles, (Québec), G4R 4S6 (418) 961-9833

Casse-croûte du Vieux-Poste, boul. des Montagnais, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5R1 (418) 968-5905

CDEM, 110-1005 boulevard Laure, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 4S6 (418) 968-1246(418) 962-2449

Centre administratif Mani-Utenam, 14, rue Innuat, Mani-Utenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2(418) 927-3550(418) 927-3950

Centre d’affaires Premières Nations,1005 boulevard Laure, local 305, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 4S6(418) 960-1232

Centre d’Amitié Autochtones Sept-îles, 37, rue Père-Divet, Sept-Îles, (Québec), G4R 3N3(418)-962-9229(581) 505-9005

Centre de la petite enfance Auassis, 30, rue Manakash, Maliotenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2(418) 927-3570(418) 927-3394

Centre de la petite enfant Metuetau, 101, rue Pashin, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5E8 (418) 968-5397(418) 968-5398

Centre de santé de Mani-Utenam, 14, rue Innuat, Mani-Utenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2(418) 927-2660(418) 927-2165

Centre de santé Uashat, 1084, Dequen, C.P. 8000, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 4L9 (418) 962-0222(418) 962-0890

Centre Kapatakan Gilles Jourdain, 60, rue Innut, Mani-Utenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2(418) 927-2984(418) 927-3523

Centre Kutikuniu, 21 Pshi-Nuen, Moisie, (Québec), G0G 2B0 (418) 927-3151

Centre Miam Uapukun, 191 rue de l'Église, Maliotenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2 (418) 927-2254(418) 927-2262

Centre Nin Ishkueu Uashat & Mani-Utenam, 135, de l’Église, Mani-Utenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2 (418) 927-2782(418) 927-2793

Centre Tipinuaikan, 1, rue Shapadesh, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5R5 (418) 968-9402(418) 968-9799

Construction Karkajou, Maliotenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2 (418) 961-9124

Construction Tshiuetin Inc., 216, route 138, Maliotenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2 (418) 960-0000(418) 960-2012 Corporation de développement économique montagnaise (CDEM), 1005 boul. Laure, bureau 110, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 4S6 (418) 968-1246(418) 962-2449

Danielle Descent Psychologue, 312, Anek, Mani-Utenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2 (418) 927-2985

Distribution Manicouagan, 216, route 138 est, Maliotenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2 (418) 927-2615 Ébénisterie Shakastueu, 110, boul. des Montagnais, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5P9 (418) 962-0992

École Johnny Pilot, 100, Pashin, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5V2 (418) 962-5777(418) 961-2666

École Manikanitesh, 1, rue Ukuiass, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 4K1 (418) 968-1550(418) 962-6509

École Tshishteshnu, 130A, rue Montagnais, C.P. 430, Moisie, (Québec), G4R 2B0 (418) 927-2956(418) 927-3127

Épicerie Innu, 138, rue de l’Église, Mani-Utenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2 (418) 927-2204(418) 927-2635

Entreprise Bastien, 40, chemin des Forges, Maliotenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2 (418) 927-2204(418) 927-2635 Entreprise Nishk, 3, rue Katimen, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5R3 (418) 965-1612

Excavation innu, 29, rue Tibasse, Maliotenam, (Québec), G4R4K2 Festival Innu Nikamu, 100, rue des Montagnais, Maliotenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2 (418) 927-2476 Genest-Jourdain Avocat, 1005, Boulevard Laure, Sept-Îles, (Québec), G4R 4S6 (418) 960-1234

Gestion Innue Campement, 271, boulevard des Montagnais, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5R1(418) 962-5433

GSV Construction, 11, rue Shaush, Mani-Utenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2 (418) 906-6055 Immobilière Montagnaise, 1005, boulevard Laure, Uashat (Québec), G4R 4S6 (418) 962-4979(418) 968-6114

Innu béton, 3, rue Tibass, Mani-Utenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2 (418) 968-2800(418) 962-1118

Innu construction, 121, boul. des Montagnais, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5R1 (418) 962-3378(418) 962-3468 InnuCommunik, 282, boul. des Montagnais, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 4S2 (418) 960-4807 Innuweb tv, 3, rue du Vieux Poste, Sept-Îles, (Québec), G4R 4G4 (418) 964-9391 Institut Tshakapesh, 1034, rue Dequen, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 2Z1 (800) 391-4424(418) 968-1841

JG Construction, 6, rue Shapatesh App: 1, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5R6 Journal Innuvelle, 108-B, boul. des Montagnais, Sept-Îles, (Québec), G4R 5P9 (418) 962-3535(418) 962-3575

Judith Utakukuman (Les ciseaux de Judith), Maliotenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2 (418) 927-2241 Kung-Fu Massage, rue Atuan, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5N7 (418) 960-2252

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La maison Tshimishtin, 2 rue Shimun, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5R9

Les entreprises Bernadette Michel, 18 rue Tupitshi, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5E7

(418)-968-6699

Les Jardins secrets d’Océane, 225, route Jacques-Cartier, Mani-Utenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2(418) 927-3386

Maintenance Metshu. S.E.N.C., 100, rue des Montagnais, Maliotenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2(418) 965-0160

Makusham Musique Inc., 204 rue Ueniss, Maliotenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2

Mikuen services environnementaux, 45, rue Pashin, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5E8 (418) 350-5993

Minaik entreprise plâtre peinture, 39 rue Penashue, Maliotenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2

Minibus Fontaine, Maliotenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2

Mishen Construction, 10 rue Katinen, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5R4

(418) 927-2271

Mishkau Construction, 216, Route 138 E, Maliotenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2 (418) 927-2615

MJ Consultant, 9 rue Mc Kenzie, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5E5

Musée Shaputuan, 290, boul. des Montagnais, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5R2

(418) 694-6055

(418) 962-4000(418) 962-3131

Napo Construction, 227, rue Venish, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 4K2 (418) 961-8099

Nemetau Resources, 26, rue Pien, Mani-Utenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2 (418) 927-2615(418) 927-2869

Nitassinan Aviation Inc.,1 rue Atikut, Maliotenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2

Nutin Nettoyage, 39 rue Pien, Maliotenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2

Pêcherie Norbert Fontaine, 5, rue Shamani, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5W2

Pêcherie Shellsea, 144 rue de l'Église, Maliotenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2

(418) 409-6724

Pêcherie Uapan, 271, boul. des Montagnais, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5R1 (418) 962-5433(418) 968-6939

Pelash Construction Inc., 33 rue Uishtapish, Maliotenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2

Premières Nations Construction, 287, boul. des Montagnais, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5R1(418) 968-2404 Productions Manitou, C.P. 1243, Sept-îles, (Québec), G4R 4X7 (418) 927-2251 Productions Nutshimit, 29, rue Pinip, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5N1 (418) 598-9859

Quality Inn Sept-Iles, 1009 Boulevard Laure, Sept-Îles, (Québec), G4R 4S6 (418) 960-5600

Radio CKAU-FM Kushapetsheken Apituamiss (90,1 FM)(104,5 FM), 100, rue des Montagnais, Mani-Utenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2 (418) 927-2476(418) 927-2800

Rénovations Marcel Vollant RMV, boul. des Montagnais, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5P9(418) 965-4162

RGL Fontaine, 282, boul. des Montagnais, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5S2 (418) 952-2148

Salle communautaire Naneu, 1062 Arnaud, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5P9 (418) 962-1223(418) 962-9433

Salon J. Coiffe, 180-C, rue Napoléon, Sept-Îles, (Québec), G4R 3M5 (418) 965-7046 Sanitation Pashkui, 205, Anek, Mani-Utenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2 (418) 927-3527

Shetush Ondel Électrique, 283, boul. des Montagnais, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5R1 (418) 968-8112

Société de développement économique Uashat Mani-Utenam, 271, boul. des Montagnais, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5R1 (418) 962-5433(418) 968-6939

Station Dan Esso Service, 200, Jacques-Cartier, C.P. 52, Moisie, (Québec), G0G 2B0 (418) 962-4748(418) 927-3734

Vitrerie Shakashtueu, 110, boul. des Montagnais, Mani-Utenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2(418) 960-0982(418) 960-0984

Sécurité Akua, 271 boulevard des Montagnais, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5R1 (418) 962-5433

Solutions industrielles Tshiuetin, 216, route 138 Est, Maliotenam (Québec), G4R 4K2(418) 927-2444

SSTP Plomberie, 130, rue de l’Église, Mani-Utenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2 (418) 350-1784

Station Innu Enr. 418) 961-1487(418) 962-5284

Studio Inniun, 3, rue Vieux-Poste, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 4G4 (418) 964-9391

Studio Makusham, 166, de l’Église, Mani-Utenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2 (418) 927-2816

Tabagie Kamakukan, 1005, Laure - 108A, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 4S6

Transport ferroviaire Tshiuetin, 148 boul. des Montagnais, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5R2(418) 960-0982(418) 960-0984

Transport Pipo Innu, 29, rue Tibasse, Mani-Utenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2 (418) 927-2271

Vitrerie Shakashtueu, 110, boul. des Montagnais, Mani-Utenam, (Québec), G4R 4K2(418) 960-0982(418) 960-0984

Uisht Construction inc., 1035, Brochu, Sept-Îles, (Québec), G4R 4S8 (418) 962-5254(418) 962-6036

Unaman, Avenue Arnaud, Uashat, (Québec), G4R 5N2 (418) 961-8619

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Aéroport de La Romaine, General Delivery, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0

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(418) 229-2984(418) 229-2987

Aréna Terry Lalo Unamen Shipu, General Delivery, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0(418) 229-2371(418) 229-2579

Boutique d’artisanat Teueikan, 20 Rue Teueikan, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0 (418) 229-2677(418) 229-2921

Caisse populaire Desjardins de La Romaine, C.P. 15, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0(418) 229-2982(418) 229-2982

Casse-Croûte, General Delivery, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0 (418) 229-2156

Centre de santé Unamen Shipu, 77, rue du Large, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0(418) 229-2166(418) 229-2234

Conseil des Innus d’Unamen Shipu, Comté de Duplessis, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0(418) 229-2917(418) 229-2921

Corporation de Dévelopement Économique Unamen Shipu, General Delivery, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0 (418) 229-2917 (418) 229-2921

École Marie Sarah, C.P. 115, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0 (418) 229-2333(418) 229-2449

École Olamen, C.P. 222, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0 (418) 229-2450(418) 229-2247

Église Marie-Reine des Indiens (La Romaine), C.P. 71, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0(418) 229-2080

Entreprise Henri Jenniss Inc., C.P. 62, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0 (418) 229-2944(418) 229-2224

La Corporation de développement écono-mique de Unamen Shipu est un organisme sans but lucratif dont la gestion relève de l’agent de développement encadré par un Conseil d’administration.

La Corporation de développement économique de Unamen Shipu est implantée pour susciter et soutenair les projets d’entrepreneurship dans la communauté

La Société Mukutan Inc. est un organisme à but lucratif dont la gestion relève du directeur des entreprises encadré par un Conseil d’administration.

La Société Mukutan Inc. est implantéepour encadrer, superviser et contrôler la gestion des entreprises existantes apparentéesau Conseil des Montagnais de Unamen Shipu, pour faire l’acquisition de nouvelles entreprises et pour développer des approches de partenariats d’affaires lorsque la situation est favorablepour la communauté.

Tourisme Winipeukut Nature

Cette organisme gère au nom de la communauté le développement et les services touristiques. Différents forfaits guidés par avion ou par bateau sont offerts à l’année et disponibles sur le site web www.winipeukut.ca L’authenticité de notre culture millénaire, la grande nature et le professionnalisme de nos guides garantissent des séjours mémorables.

M. Edmond Mestenapeo agent de développement économique et touristique 418-229-2218, poste 103

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Innus Unamen Shipu

Territoire :

Communauté d’Unamen Shipu

Situation géographique :

La communauté est située à 400 kilomètres au nord-est de Sept-Îles, sur la côte nord du Saint-Laurent.

Superficie : 40,47 hectares

Population : 1 200

Principales langues parlées : Innu, français

Gouvernement :

Conseil des Innus d'Unamen Shipu Comté de Duplessis, La Romaine, Québec G0G 1M0

Tél: (418) 229-2917 Fax: (418) 229-2921 https://www.unamenshipu.com/ http://www.mamit-innuat.com/membres/unamen_shipu.aspx

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, piégeage, tourisme, transport, construction, pourvoirie.

Commerces et services :

Art et artisanat, coiffure, dépanneur, arcade, garderie.

Infrastructure :

Accès : la communauté est accessible par avion et par bateau. Réseau routier : 4 120 mètres de routes en asphalte.

Nombre de maisons : 155

Territory:

Community of Unamen Shipu

Geographical location:

The community is located 400 km northeast of Sept-Îles, on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River.

Area: 40.47 hectares

Population: 1,200

Principal languages spoken: Innu, French

Government:

Conseil des Innus d'Unamen Shipu Comté de Duplessis, La Romaine, Québec G0G 1M0

Tel: (418) 229-2917 Fax: (418) 229-2921 https://www.unamenshipu.com/ http://www.mamit-innuat.com/membres/unamen_shipu.aspx

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, tourism, trapping, transport, construction, outfitting.

Businesses and services:

Arts and handicrafts, hairdresser, arcade, daycare, depanneur.

Infrastructure:

Access: the community can be reached by airplane and boat. Road network: 4,120 metres of roads in asphalt.

Number of houses: 155

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Hôtel Madame Ruby, C.P. 83, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0 (418) 229-2118(418) 229-2952 Innuberge, 13 rue D, La Romaine (Québec) G0G 1M0 (418) 229-1299

Maison des Jeunes - La Romaine, 56, du Large, C.P. 370, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0(418) 229-1200(418) 229-1210

Northern - La Romaine, General Delivery, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0 (418) 229-2144

Pourvoirie Etamamiou, 46 rue du Large, La Romaine (Québec) G0G 1M0 (418) 229-2916

Quai Relais Nordik General Delivery, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0 (418) 229-2006

Quincaillerie - Épicerie Kamatshenan Inc., C.P. 195, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0(418) 229-2101(418) 229-2402

Radio CFRL-FM Papanassi Kaiamiumishtuk (89,9 FM), C.P. 197, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0(418)229-2075(418) 229-2315

Salle communautaire Kaniapishkat, General Delivery, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0(418) 229-2318(418) 229-2921

Services Sociaux Mamit Innuat / La Romaine, C.P. 293, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0(418) 229-2166(418) 229-2003 Services Techniques de La Romaine, General Delivery, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0(418) 229-2957(418) 229-2921

Société Mukutan, 46, rue du Large, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0 (418) 229-2209(418) 229-2220

Sureté du Québec - La Romaine, General Delivery, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0(418) 229-2181(418) 229-2466 Tourisme Winipeukut Nature (Edmond Mesténapéo) General Delivery, La Romaine (Qc) G0G 1M) (418)-229-2218#103

Usine d’eau portable, General Delivery, La Romaine, (Québec), G0G 1M0 (418) 229-2698(819) 229-2921

Émile Picard, Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0

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THE INUIT

INUIT

In Quebec, the Inuit live in a vast toundra territory situated north of the 55th parallel called Nunavik. The population is spreaded throughout 14 villages regrouping 160 to 1,400 residents each. Those villages, distant from hundreds of kilometres, are situated on the banks of the Hudson Bay (Kuujjuarapik, Umiujaq, Inukjuak, Puvirnituq, Akulivik), the Hudson Straight (Ivujivik, Salluit, Kangiqsujjuaq, Quaqtaq) and the Ungava Bay (Kangirsuk, Aupaluk, Tasiujaq, Kuujjuaq and Kangiqsualujjuaq). Over 60 Inuit also live in Chisasibi, a Cree village of the Hudson Bay.

The Nunavik is the Inuit’s traditional hunting and fishing territory. It was peopled by the Inuit ancestors, over 5000 years ago, who came from Siberia and Alaska by successive waves at the beginning of the human peopling of the Canadian and Quebec northern territories. Nomadics, they pursued their herds and progressively settled into their actual territories.

Around 1400, whalers and European explorers started to frequent the region and established contact with the Inuit for commercial exchanges. But it is mostly from the fur trade that came, in the 18th century, a major change in the Inuit way of life. At the beginning of the 20th century, the Inuit turned down their traditional weapons for guns and started to use the products exchanged at the fur trading posts. In the 1950’s, government services were gradually introduced north of the 55th parallel. Today, even though snowmobiles and houses have replaced dogsleighs and igloos, the Inuit care to preserve their values, culture and language. The Inuit language, Inuktitut, is a rich and versatile language, adapted to contemporary realities. The Inuit’s second language is English.

The Inuit also signed the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement (JBNQA) wich gives them administrative authority in their communities. With the Agreement, new structures are created and rule the health, education, and social services sectors. The Makivik society, created after the signature of the Agreeement, plays an important part in the social and economic development of the region. Municipal services are provided by the Northern Village Corporations, wich are ruled like the municipalities of the South. The Kativik Regional Government (wich was also created after the signature of the Agreement) is in charge for the ensemble of the northern villages from its Kuujjuaq headquarters.

The Inuit strengthened their economic prosperity with the creation of the cooperative movement, wich became today one of the basis of their economic development and autonomy. The cooperative movement, wich started at the end of 1950, took a prominent part in the historical evolution of the Inuit. It allowed Inuit to take in charge their commercial activities on their territory and opened to the Inuit artists and craftsmen international markets. Today, there is 13 cooperative stores in the 14 Inuit villages.

The Inuit’s economy is also based on businesses related to air and sea transportation, construction, mining and exploration, fisheries, energy, services, administration and tourism sectors. The Inuit improved, all along the centuries, the manufacturing of utilitary objects like made of stone, wood, bones and ivory. Today, Inuit crafts are world-renowned; especially the sculptures they make from soapstone, wich became their international trademark.

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THE

LES INUITLES INUIT

Au Québec, les Inuit habitent un vaste territoire de toundra situé au nord du 55e parallèle aujourd’hui dénommé le Nunavik. La population se répartit dans 14 villages comptant chacun entre 160 et 1 400 habitants. Ces villages, distants de plusieurs centaines de kilomètres les uns des autres, sont situés sur les littoraux de la Baie d’Hudson (Kuujjuarapik, Umiujaq, Inukjuak, Puvirnituq, Akulivik), du détroit d’Hudson (Ivujivik, Salluit, Kangipsujjuaq, Quaqtaq), et de la Baie d’Ungava (Kangirsuk, Aupaluk, Tasiujaq, Kuujjuaq et Kangiqsualujjuaq). De plus, une soixantaine d’Inuit vivent à Chisasibi, un village cri de la BaieJames.

Les Inuit possèdent un territoire de chasse et de pêche traditionnel dénommé le Nunavik, d’où l’origine de l’appellation. Il fut peuplé par les ancêtres des Inuit actuels, originaires de Sibérie et de l’Alaska, au tout début du peuplement humain du Grand nord Canadien et Québécois qui s’est fait par vagues successives. Nomades, ils ont poursuivi leurs troupeaux et ont habité et exploité progressivement leurs territoires actuels.

Vers l’an 1400, les baleiniers et les explorateurs européens ont commencé à fréquenter la région et ont pris contact avec les Inuit lors d’échanges commerciaux. C’est alors que s’amorce, aux XVIIIe siècle, un tournant décisif dans le mode de vie des Inuit avec l’intensification du commerce des fourrures. Au début du XXe siècle, les Inuit abandonnent leurs armes de chasse traditionnelles au profit des fusils, et ils utilisent de plus en plus les produits troqués aux postes de traite. Les ser-vices gouvernementaux commencèrent à s’implanter graduellement vers les années 50 au Nord du 55e parallèle. Aujourd’hui, quoique la motoneige et la maison aient remplacé le traîneau à chien et l’igloo, les Inuit tiennent à conserver leurs valeurs, leur langue et leur culture. La langue des Inuit, l’inuktitut, est une langue riche et souple, capable de s’adapter aux réalités contemporaines. La langue seconde des Inuit est l’anglais.

Les Inuit sont également signataires de la Convention de la Baie James et du Nord Québécois qui leur confère l’autonomie administrative de leurs communautés. De nouvelles structures sont mises sur pied et régissent les secteurs de la santé, de l’éducation et des services sociaux. La société Makivik joue un rôle actif dans le développement socio-économique de la région. Les services municipaux sont fournis par des corporations de villages nordiques, dont le fonctionnement est semblable à celui de nos municipalités. L’Administration régionale Kativik a son siège social à Kuujjuaq et chapeaute l’ensemble des municipalités nordiques.

Les Inuit ont renforci leur prospérité économique à l’aide notamment de la mise sur pied des coopératives, devenues aujourd’hui une des bases de leur développement et de leur autonomie économique. Le mouvement coopératif, amorcé vers la fin des années 50, a joué un rôle majeur dans l’évolution de l’histoire des Inuit. Il a permis de contrôler une grande partie des activités commerciales sur leur territoire et a ouvert aux artistes et aux artisans inuit la voie aux marchés internationaux. Il y a aujourd’hui des magasins coopératifs dans 13 des 14 villages inuit.

L’économie inuite repose également sur des entreprises de transport aérien et maritime, de la construction, des mines et de l’exploration minière, des pêcheries, de l’énergie, des services, de l’administration et du tourisme.. Les Inuit ont perfectionné, au cours des siècles, la fabrication d’objets utilitaires en pierre, en bois, en os et en ivoire. À l’heure actuelle, les objets d’arts de facture Inuit ont acquis une renommée internationale; notamment leur sculpture de stéatites, qui sont devenues leur marque de commerce mondiale.

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Inuit Akulivik

Akulivik

Air Inuit / Akulivik, P.O. Box 89, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2213(819) 496-2169

Akulivik Airport - Kativik Transport, P.O. Box 99, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2183(819) 496-2183

Akulivik Carvers Association, P.O. Box 50, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2222(819) 496-2200

Akulivik Co-op Store, P.O. Box 20, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2121(819) 496-2122

Akulivik Co-op Warehouse / Purchasing, P.O. Box 20, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2576(819) 496-2122

Akulivik Cooprative Association, P.O. Box 51, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2002(819) 496-2122

Akulivik Doctor’s Office, P.O. Box 29, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2110(819) 496-2231

Akulivik Fire Hall, P.O. Box 61, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-9000(819) 496-2200

Akulivik Housing Workshop, P.O. Box 50, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2630(819) 496-2593

Akulivik Hydro-Quebec, P.O. Box 9, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2095(819) 496-2868

Akulivik Income Security, P.O. Box 119, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2043(819) 496-2043

Akulivik Kativik Employment & Training Center, P.O. Box 119, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0(819) 496-2437(819) 496-2500

Akulivik Municipal Garage, P.O. Box 50, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2564(819) 496-2200

Akulivik Petro Garage, P.O. Box 20, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2229(819) 496-2122

Akulivik Police Station, P.O. Box 110, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-9111(819) 496-2661

Akulivik Post Office, P.O. Box 20, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2559(819) 496-2122

Akulivik Social Services, P.O. Box 29, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2232(819) 496-2727

Akulivik Transit, P.O. Box 29, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2534

Akulivik Youth Centre, P.O. Box 129, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2977(819) 496-2610

Ayagutaak Recreation Center, P. O. Box 50, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2440(819) 496-2200 Church / Akulivik, P.O. Box 23, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2246(819) 496-2246

Inuulitsivik CLSC / Akulivik Nursing Station, P.O. Box 29, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0(819) 496-9090(819) 496-2231

Iqupiluk Arcade, P.O. Box 42, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2395

Kaguup Nipinga FM Radio Station (98,1 FM), P.O. Box 50, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0(819) 496-2033(819) 496-2200 Kativik Municipal Housing Bureau - Akulivik, P.O. Box 50, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0(819) 496-2645(819) 496-2200 Kativik School Board Commissioner’s Office, P.O. Box 80, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0(819) 496-2119(819) 496-2809

Komatik Store, P.O. Box 54, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2708(819) 496-2200 Makivik Corporation / Akulivik, P.O. Box 33, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2993(819) 496-2693

Northern Village of Akulivik, P.O. Box 50, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2073(819) 496-2200

Pirursaivik Childcare Centre, P.O. Box 69, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2957(819) 496-2959

Qekeirriaq Landholding Corporation - Akulivik, P.O. Box 59, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0(819) 496-2640(819) 496-2629

Qitsualuk Arena, P.O. Box 50, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2891(819) 496-2200

Tukisiniarvik Cultural Shop, P.O. Box 80, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2657(819) 496-2611

Tukisiniarvik School, P.O. Box 80, Akulivik, (Québec), J0M 1V0 (819) 496-2711(819) 496-2611

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Inuit Akulivik

Territoire : Akulivik

Situation géographique : Au nord du 55e parallèle: le Nunavik Population : 663

Activités économiques: Art, artisanat, commerces et services, tourisme, construction, transport, pourvoirie.

Principales langues parlées: Inuktitut, anglais

Gouvernement/Government:

Northern Village of Akulivik, P.O. Box 50, Akulivik, Québec J0M 1V0 Tél.: (819) 496-2073 Fax: (819) 496-2200 www.nvakulivik.ca www.nlhca.ca

Territory: Akulivik

Geographical location: North of the 55th parallel: the Nunavik

Population: 663

Economic Activities: Arts and handicrafts, tourism, services, construction, transport, outfitting.

Principal languages spoken: Inuktitut, English

Gouvernement/Government:

Northern Village of Akulivik, P.O. Box 50, Akulivik, Québec J0M 1V0 Tél.: (819) 496-2073 Fax: (819) 496-2200 www.nvakulivik.ca www.nlhca.ca

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Inuit Aupaluk

Territoire : Aupaluk

Situation géographique :

Au nord du 55e parallèle : le Nunavik

Population : 210

Activités économiques:

Art, artisanat, commerces et services, tourisme, construction, transport, pourvoirie.

Principales langues parlées:

Inuktitut, anglais

Territory: Aupaluk

Geographical location:

North of the 55th parallel: the Nunavik

Population: 210

Economic Activities:

Arts and handicrafts, tourism, services, construction, transport, outfitting.

Gouvernement/Government:

Northern Village of Aupaluk

P.O. Box 16, Aupaluk, Québec J0M 1X0

Tél.: (819) 491-7070 Fax: (819) 491-7035 https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aupaluk www.nlhca.ca

Principal languages spoken: Inuktitut, English

Entreprises et organismes / Businesses and organizations tf

Air Inuit / Aupaluk, General Delivery, Aupaluk, (Québec), J0M 1X0

(819) 491-7010(819) 496-7154

Aupaluk Airport, General Delievry, Aupaluk, (Québec), J0M 1X0 (819) 491-7255

Aupaluk Community FM Radio Station (89,9 FM), General Delievry, Aupaluk, (Québec), J0M 1X0 (819) 491-7535(819) 491-7035

Aupaluk Coop Hotel, General Delivery, Aupaluk, (Québec), J0M 1X0 (819) 491-7455

Aupaluk Cooperative Association, P.O. Box 8, Aupaluk, (Québec), J0M 1X0 (819) 491-7060(819) 491-7182

Aupaluk Fire Station & Emergencies, General Delievry, Aupaluk, (Québec), J0M 1X0 (819) 491-9000

Aupaluk Health Services / Nursing Station, General Delivery, Aupaluk, (Québec), J0M 1X0(819) 491-9090 Aupaluk Hydro-Quebec, General Delievry, Aupaluk, (Québec), J0M 1X0 (819) 491-7000

Aupaluk Kativik Employment & Training Center, General Delievry, Aupaluk, (Québec), J0M 1X0 (819) 491-7353(819) 491-7035

Aupaluk Post Office, General Delievry, Aupaluk, (Québec), J0M 1X0 (819) 491-7552

K.M.H.B. Aupaluk, General Delievry, Aupaluk, (Québec), J0M 1X0 (819) 491-7090(819) 491-7204

Kativik Regional Police Force / Aupaluk, General Delievry, Aupaluk, (Québec), J0M 1X0(819) 491-9111(819) 491-7355

Makivik Corporation / Aupaluk, General Delievry, Aupaluk, (Québec), J0M 1X0 (819) 491-7345(819) 491-7345

Northern Village of Aupaluk, P.O. Box 16, Aupaluk, (Québec), J0M 1X0 (819) 491-7070(819) 491-7035

Nunavik Landholding Corporation of Aupaluk, General Delivery, Aupaluk, (Québec), J0M 1X0(819) 491-7045(819) 491-7045

Nunavik Landholding Hotel, General Delivery, Aupaluk, (Québec), J0M 1X0 (819) 491-7575

Sukliateet (Child Care), General Delivery, Aupaluk, (Québec), J0M 1X0 (819) 491-7531(819) 491-7533

Taqsakallak School, General Delievry, Aupaluk, (Québec), J0M 1X0 (819) 491-7081(819) 491-7082

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Gouvernement/Government:

Northern Village of Inukjuak, P.O. Box 234, Inukjuak, Québec J0M 1M0

Tél.: (819) 254-8822 Fax: (819) 254-8779 https://www.makivik.org/fr/inukjuak/ www.nlhca.ca

Inukjuak

Territoire : Inukjuak

Situation géographique :

Au nord du 55e parallèle : le Nunavik

Population : 1 775

Activités économiques:

Art, artisanat, commerces et services, tourisme,construction, transport, pourvoirie.

Principales langues parlées:

Inuktitut, anglais

Territory: Inukjuak

Geographical location:

North of the 55th parallel: the Nunavik

Population: 1,775

Economic Activities:

Arts and handicrafts, tourism, services, construction, transport, outfitting.

Principal languages spoken: Inuktitut, English

Entreprises et organismes / Businesses and organizations tf

Air Inuit / Inukjuak, General Delivery, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0

(819) 254-8840(819) 254-8179

Andrew Echalook Jewelry, P.O. Box 112, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-1074

Andrew Nulukie Jewelry, P.O. Box 28, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-8366

Daniel Weetalutktuk Museum, General Delivery, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-8277

Innalik School, General Delivery, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-8211(819) 254-8953

Inukjuak Airport, General Delivery, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-1530

Inukjuak Cable TV, General Delievry, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-8232

Inukjuak CLSC / Inukjuak Nursing Station, General Delievry, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0(819) 254-9090(819) 254-8588

Inukjuak Coop Hotel, General Delivery, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-8306(819) 254-8306

Inukjuak Cooperative Association, P.O. Box 53, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-8969(819) 254-8138

Inukjuak Fire Department & Emergencies, General Delivery, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0(819) 254-9000

Inukjuak Hunter’s Support Program, House 61 3, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-8836(819) 254-8779

Inukjuak Hydro-Quebec, General Delievry, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-8877

Inukjuak Kativik Employment & Training Center, General Delievry, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0(819) 254-8760(819) 254-8763

Inukjuak Northern Store, General Delivery, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-8824(819) 254-8880

Inukjuak Petro Garage, General Delievry, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-8608

Inukjuak Post Office, General Delievry, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-8646

Inukjuak Public Works Garage, General Delivery, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-8910(819) 254-8258

Inukjuak Pumping Station, General Delivery, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-8244

Inukjuak Social Services, General Delivery, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-8708(819) 254-8848

Inukjuak Water Plant, General Delivery, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-8243

Inukjuak Youth FM Station (97,9 FM), General Delivery, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0(819) 254-8633(819) 254-8779

Kativik Municipal Housing Bureau - Inukjuak, General Delivery, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0(819) 254-8902(819) 254-8779

Kativik Regional Development Council / Inukjuak, General Delivery, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-8621(819) 254-8622

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Inuit NATIONS / INUIT

Inuit

Inukjuak

Kativik Regional Police Force / Inukjuak, General Delivery, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0(819) 254-9111(819) 254-8561

Makivik Corporation / Inukjuak, General Delivery, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-8878(819) 254-8706

Northern Village of Inukjuak, P.O. Box 234, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-8822(819) 254-8779

Nunavimmi Pigiursavik, General Delivery, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-8686(819) 254-8595

Pituvik Landholding Corporation, General Delivery, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-8101(819) 254-8252

Tasiurvik Child Care Center, General Delievry, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-8999(819) 254-8722

Tukisivik Reg’d, P.O. Box 64, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0 (819) 254-8724(819) 254-8381

Tuliup Nipingat FM Radio Station (97,1 FM), General Delievry, Inukjuak, (Québec), J0M 1M0(819) 254-8967

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Inuit

Gouvernement/Government:

Northern Village of Ivujivik

P.O. Box 20, Ivujivik, Québec J0M 1H0

Tél.: (819) 922-9940 Fax: (819) 922-3045 https://www.makivik.org/fr/ivujivik/ www.nlhca.ca

Ivujivik

Territoire : Ivujivik

Situation géographique : Au nord du 55e parallèle : le Nunavik

Population : 371

Activités économiques:

Art, artisanat, commerces et services, tourisme, construction, transport, pourvoirie.

Principales langues parlées:

Inuktitut, anglais

Territory: Ivujivik

Geographical location:

North of the 55th parallel: the Nunavik

Population: 371

Economic Activities:

Arts and handicrafts, tourism, services, construction, transport, outfitting.

Principal languages spoken: Inuktitut, English

Entreprises et organismes / Businesses and organizations tf

Air Inuit / Ivujivik, P.O. Box 20, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0 (819) 922-3065(819) 922-3163

Amaarvik Child Care Centre, General Delivery, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0 (819) 922-3678(819) 922-3680

Appalimmiut Tusautinga Radio Station (82,5 FM), P.O. Box 20, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0(819) 922-9966(819) 922-3045

Hunter’s Support Program, P.O. Box 20, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0 (819) 922-9944(819) 922-3045

Inuulitsivik CLSC / Ivujivik Nursing Station, P.O. Box 10, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0 (819) 922-9090(819) 922-3098

Inuulitsivik CLSC Dental Clinic, P.O. Box 10, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0 (819) 922-3097(819) 922-3098

Ivujivik Airport, P.O. Box 20, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0 (819) 922-3005(819) 922-3005

Ivujivik Arena, P.O. Box 20, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0 (819) 922-9940(819) 922-3045

Ivujivik Blue Garage, P.O. Box 20, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0 (819) 922-3590(819) 922-3045

Ivujivik Coop Gas Station, P.O. Box 30, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0 (819) 922-9923(819) 922-3149

Ivujivik Cooperative Association, P.O. Box 30, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0 (819) 922-9922(819) 922-3149

Ivujivik Fire Department & Emergencies, House 29, P.O. Box 20, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0(819) 922-9000(819) 922-3045

Ivujivik Hotel, P.O. Box 30, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0 (819) 922-3216(819) 922-3149

Ivujivik Hydro-Quebec, General Delivery, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0 (819) 922-3090(819) 922-3635

Ivujivik Petro Garage, P.O. Box 30, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0 (819) 922-9923(819) 922-3149

Ivujivik Post Office, P.O. Box 30, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0 (819) 922-3113(819) 922-3149

Ivujivik Public Works Garage, P.O. Box 20, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0 (819) 922-3215(819) 922-3045

Ivujivik Water Pumping Station, P.O. Box 20, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0 (819) 922-3540(819) 922-3045

Ivujivik Youth Protection, P.O. Box 10, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0 (819) 922-3393(819) 922-3537

Ivujuvik Social Services, P.O. Box 10, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0 (819) 922-3096(819) 922-3537

Kativik Employment & Training / Ivujivik, General Delivery, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0(819) 922-3328(819) 922-3333

Kativik Municipal Housing Bureau - Ivujivik, P.O. Box 20, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0(819) 922-3124

Kativik Regional Police Force / Ivujivik, General Delievry, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0 (819) 922-9111(819) 922-3478

Northern Village of Ivujivik, P.O. Box 20, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0 (819) 922-9940(819) 922-3045

Nuvvitik School, P.O. Box 60, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0 (819) 922-9917(819) 922-3112

Pirnoma Technologies, P.O. Box 82, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0 (819) 922-3040

Uqaujait Women’s Centre, General Delivery, Ivujivik, (Québec), J0M 1H0 (819) 922-3038

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Kangiqsualujjuaq

Air Inuit / Kangiqsualujjuaq, General Delivery, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0(819) 337-5277(819) 357-5207

Aqaivik Child Care Centre, General Delivery, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0 (819) 337-5624(819) 337-5626

Emudluk Fuels Inc., P.O. Box 51, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0 (819) 337-5476(819) 337-5476

Kangiqsualujjuaq Airport, General Delivery, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0 (819) 337-1530(819) 337-5391

Kangiqsualujjuaq Coop Hotel, General Delivery, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0(819) 337-5404(819) 337-5320

Kangiqsualujjuaq Fire & Emergencies, General Delivery, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0(819) 337-9000(819) 337-5351

Kangiqsualujjuaq FM Station (92,1 FM), P.O. Box 120, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0(819) 337-5267(819) 337-5200

Kangiqsualujjuaq Garage, P.O. Box 120, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0 (819) 337-5242(819) 337-5242

Kangiqsualujjuaq Housing Corporation (KMHB), P.O. Box 120, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0 (819) 337-5688(819) 337-5703

Kangiqsualujjuaq Hydro-Quebec Power House, General Delivery, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0 (819) 337-1500

Kangiqsualujjuaq Makivik Wildlife Management, General Delivery, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0 (819) 337-5676

Kangiqsualujjuaq Northern Store, General Delivery, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0(819) 337-5275(819) 337-5260

Kangiqsualujjuaq Post Office, P.O. Box 60, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0 (819) 337-5331(819) 337-5320

Kangiqsualujjuaq Recreation Department, P.O. Box 120, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0(819) 337-5451(819) 337-5200

Kangiqsualujjuaq Social Services, P.O. Box 119, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0(819) 337-5269(819) 337-5252

Kangiqsualujjuaq Youth Center, General Delivery, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0(819) 337-5741(819) 337-5746

Kangiqsualujjuaq Youth Committee, P.O. Box 103, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0(819) 337-5568(819) 337-5431

Kangirsualujjuaq Cooperative (George River), P.O. Box 60, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0(819) 337-5241(819) 337-5320

Kativik Employment & Training Center / Kangiqsualujjuaq, General Delivery, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0 (819) 337-5204(819) 337-5308

Kativik Regional Police Force / Kangiqsualujjuaq, General Delivery, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0 (819) 337-9111(819) 337-5364

Northern Village of Kangiqsualujjuaq, P.O. Box 120, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0(819) 337-5271(819) 337-5200

Palaqsivik CLSC / Kangiqsualujjuaq Nursing Station, P.O. Box 119, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0 (819) 337-9090(819) 337-5252

Qiniqtiq Landholding Corporation, P.O. Box 160, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0(819) 337-5449(819) 337-5752 Ullariaq School, P.O. Box 90, Kangiqsualujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1N0 (819) 337-5250(819) 337-5354

164 1 C.P. 383, Chef Émile Picard, Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0 T (581) 300-6313 info@indianacommunication.com www.quebecautochtone.net www.aboriginalquebec.net
Entreprises et organismes / Businesses and organizations tf Inuit

Inuit Kangiqsualujjuaq

Territoire : Kangiqsualujjuaq

Situation géographique : Au nord du 55e parallèle : le Nunavik

Population : 896

Activités économiques:

Art, artisanat, commerces et services, tourisme, construction, transport, pourvoirie.

Principales langues parlées: Inuktitut, anglais

Gouvernement :

Northern Village of Kangiqsualujjuaq P.O. Box 120, Kangiqsualujjuaq Québec J0M 1N0

Tél.: (819) 337-5271 Fax: (819) 337-5200 https://www.makivik.org/fr/kangiqsualujjuaq/ www.nlhca.ca

Territory: Kangiqsualujjuaq

Geographical location: North of the 55th parallel: the Nunavik

Population: 896

Economic Activities:

Arts and handicrafts, tourism, services, construction, transport, outfitting.

Principal languages spoken: Inuktitut, English

Government :

Northern Village of Kangiqsualujjuaq P.O. Box 120, Kangiqsualujjuaq Québec J0M 1N0

Tel.: (819) 337-5271 Fax: (819) 337-5200 https://www.makivik.org/fr/kangiqsualujjuaq/ www.nlhca.ca

165 1C.P. 383, Chef Émile Picard, Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0 T (581) 300-6313 info@indianacommunication.com www.quebecautochtone.net www.aboriginalquebec.net
NATIONS / INUIT

Inuit

Kangiqsujuaq

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Air Inuit Ltd. / Kangiqsujuaq, P.O. Box 29, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0 (819) 338-3245(819) 338-3296

Arsaniq School, P.O. Box 160, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0 (819) 338-3332(819) 338-3369

Canada Post / Kangiqsujuaq, General Delivery, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0 (819) 338-3320(819) 338-3316

Charlie Arngak Hotel and Lodging, P.O. Box 14, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0 (819) 338-3228(819) 338-3237

Kangiqsujuaq Airport Kativik Transport, P.O. Box 29, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0(819) 338-3343(819) 338-3343

Kangiqsujuaq Co-op Store, P.O. Box 120, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0 (819) 338-3252(819) 338-3316

Kangiqsujuaq Fire Department, P.O. Box 60, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0 (819) 338-9000(819) 338-3237

Kangiqsujuaq Hunter Support Program, P.O. Box 60, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0(819) 338-3342(819) 338-3342

Kangiqsujuaq Hydro-Quebec, P.O. Box 139, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0 (819) 338-1500(819) 338-1131

Kangiqsujuaq Municipal Garage, P.O. Box 60, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0 (819) 338-3398(819) 338-3237

Kangiqsujuaq Nursing Station, P.O. Box 119, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0 (819) 338-9090(819) 338-3313

Kangiqsujuaq Petro, P.O. Box 120, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0 (819) 338-3334(819) 338-3316

Kangiqsujuaq Recreation Department, P.O. Box 60, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0(819) 338-3342(819) 338-3237

Kangiqsujuaq Social Services, General Delivery, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0 (819) 338-3218(819) 338-3313

Kangiqsujuaq Welfare & Employment & Training Center, P.O. Box 89, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0 (819) 338-3327(819) 338-3339

Kangiqsujuaq Youth House, P.O. Box 60, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0 (819) 338-1233(819) 338-3237

Kativik Municipal Housing Bureau - Kangiqsujuaq, P.O. Box 99, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0 (819) 338-3217(819) 338-3237

Kativik Regional Police Force / Kangiqsujuaq, P.O. Box 69, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0(819) 338-9111(819) 338-3360

Mikijuq Child Care Centre, P.O. Box 169, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0 (819) 338-3362(819) 338-3242

Mission Catholique, P.O. Box 30, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0 (819) 338-3344(819) 338-1140

Northern Store / Kangiqsujuaq, P.O. Box 90, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0 (819) 338-3222(819) 338-3269

Northern Village of Kangiqsujuaq, P.O. Box 60, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0 (819) 338-3286(819) 338-3237

Nunaturlik Landholding, P.O. Box 39, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0 (819) 338-3368(819) 338-1071

Qarqalik FM Radio Station (88,9 FM), P.O. Box 60, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0(819) 338-3365(819) 338-3237

Tertiluk, Mark - Arts and Crafts, P.O. Box 84, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0 (819) 338-3332(819) 338-3369

Wakeham Bay Cooperative Association, P.O. Box 120, Kangiqsujuaq, (Québec), J0M 1K0(819) 338-3252(819) 338-3316

Wakeham Bay Hotel (Kangiqsujjuaq Co-op Hotel), 19950 Clark Graham, Montreal, (Québec), H9X 3R8 (514) 457-3294(514) 457-9834

166 1 C.P. 383, Chef Émile Picard, Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0 T (581) 300-6313 info@indianacommunication.com www.quebecautochtone.net www.aboriginalquebec.net
Entreprises et organismes / Businesses and organizations

Inuit Kangiqsujuaq

Territoire : Kangiqsujuaq (Baie Wakeham)

Situation géographique : Au nord du 55e parallèle : le Nunavik

Population : 754

Activités économiques: Art, artisanat, commerces et services, tourisme, construction, transport, pourvoirie, sports etc.

Principales langues parlées: Inuktitut, anglais et français

Gouvernement :

Northern Village of Kangiqsujuaq P.O. Box 60, Kangiqsujuaq

Québec J0M 1K0

Tél.: (819) 338-3286 Fax: (819) 3383237https://www.makivik.org/fr/kangiqsujuaq/ www.nlhca.ca

Territory: Kangiqsujuaq (Wakeham Bay)

Geographical location: North of the 55th parallel: the Nunavik

Population: 754

Economic Activities:

Arts and handicrafts, tourism, services, construction, outfitting, transport, sports, etc.

Principal languages spoken: Inuktitut, English & French

Government:

Northern Village of Kangiqsujuaq P.O. Box 60, Kangiqsujuaq, Québec J0M 1K0

Tel.: (819) 338-3286 Fax: (819) 338-3237 https://www.makivik.org/fr/kangiqsujuaq/ www.nlhca.ca

info@indianacommunication.com www.quebecautochtone.net www.aboriginalquebec.net

167 1C.P. 383, Chef Émile Picard, Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0 T (581) 300-6313
NATIONS / INUIT

Kangirsuk

KangirsukInuit

Entreprises et organismes / Businesses and organizations

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Air Inuit / Kangirsuk, General Delivery, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4260(819) 935-4073

Amaartuavik Child Care Centre, P.O. Box 150, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4848(819) 935-4851

Innautik Radio Society, General Delievry, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4388(819) 935-4284

Kangirsuk Airport, General Delivery, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4056

Kangirsuk Co-op Hotel (Payne Bay Hotel), General Delivery, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0(819) 935-4762(819) 935-4121

Kangirsuk Cooperative (Payne Bay), P.O. Box 9, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4382(819) 935-4121

Kangirsuk FCNQ Petro, General Delivery, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4686

Kangirsuk Fire & Emergencies, General Delivery, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-9000

Kangirsuk FM Station (88,7 FM), P.O. Box 90, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4258(819) 935-4287

Kangirsuk Garage, General Delivery, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4288

Kangirsuk Health Services, General Delivery, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4255(819) 935-4254

Kangirsuk Hydro-Quebec, General Delivery, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4354

Kangirsuk Kativik Employment & Training Center, General Delivery, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4406(819) 935-4436

Kangirsuk KMHB, General Delivery, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4275(819) 935-4335

Kangirsuk Municipal Services, General Delivery, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4614

Kangirsuk Northern Store, General Delivery, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4384(819) 935-4023

Kangirsuk Nursing Station, General Delivery, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-9090(819) 935-4254

Kangirsuk Post Office, General Delivery, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4400

Kangirsuk Pumping Station, General Delivery, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4552

Kangirsuk Qwikstop, P.O. Box 42, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4537(819) 935-4792

Kangirsuk Social Services, General Delivery, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4270 Kangirsuk Sports & R.V. Inc., P.O. Box 43, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4388(819) 935-4287

Kativik Regional Police Force / Kangirsuk, General Delivery, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0(819) 935-9111(819) 935-4615

Kiluit Shop, P.O. Box 72, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4406(819) 935-4436

Lizzie’s Variety Reg’d, P.O. Box 72, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4531(819) 935-4436

Makivik Corporation / Kangirsuk, General Delivery, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4054

Martha Kauki Reg’d, P.O. Box 43, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0

(819) 935-4553(819) 935-4554

Northern Village of Kangirsuk, P.O. Box 90, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4388(819) 935-4287

Payne Bay Cooperative Association, P.O. Box 66, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4382(819) 935-4121

Saputik Landholding Corporation, General Delivery, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4269(819) 935-4440

Sautjuit School, General Delievry, Kangirsuk, (Québec), J0M 1A0 (819) 935-4369(819) 935-4223

168 1 C.P. 383, Chef Émile Picard, Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0 T (581) 300-6313 info@indianacommunication.com www.quebecautochtone.net www.aboriginalquebec.net

Inuit Kangirsuk

Territoire : Kangirsuk

Situation géographique : Au nord du 55e parallèle : le Nunavik

Population : 593

Activités économiques:

Art, artisanat, commerces et services, tourisme, construction, transport, pourvoirie.

Principales langues parlées: Inuktitut, anglais

Gouvernement :

Northern Village of Kangirsuk P.O. Box 90, Kangirsuk, Québec J0M 1A0 Tél.: (819) 935-4388 Fax: (819) 935-4287 https://www.makivik.org/fr/kangirsuk/ www.nlhca.ca

Territory: Kangirsuk

Geographical location: North of the 55th parallel: the Nunavik

Population: 593

Economic Activities:

Arts and handicrafts, tourism, services, construction, transport, outfitting.

Principal languages spoken: Inuktitut, English

Government :

Northern Village of Kangirsuk P.O. Box 90, Kangirsuk, Québec J0M 1A0 Tel.: (819) 935-4388 Fax: (819) 935-4287

https://www.makivik.org/fr/kangirsuk/ www.nlhca.ca

C.P. 383, Chef Émile Picard, Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0 T (581) 300-6313

info@indianacommunication.com www.quebecautochtone.net www.aboriginalquebec.net

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NATIONS / INUIT

Air Inuit Cargo, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec),

Kuujjuaq

1C0 (819) 964-2938

Air Inuit Office / Kuujjuaq, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2935(819) 964-2788

Amautik Reg’d, P.O. Box 98, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-8860

Anglican Church / Kuujjuaq, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2119

Auberge Kuujjuaq Inn Inc., P.O.Box 840, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2903(819) 964-2031

Avaatani Environmental, P.O. Box 939, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-0131(866) 823-9581

Avataa Catering, P.O. Box 939, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-0131(819) 964-6977

Avataa Explorations & Logistics Inc., P.O. Box 939, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-0131(819) 964-6977

Banque CIBC Bank / Kuujjuaq, P. O. Box 121, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2724(819) 964-2494

Canada Post / Kuujjuaq, General Delievry, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2947

CKUJ-FM Radio (97,3 FM), P.O. Box 210, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2921(819) 964-2229

Canadian North, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (800) 267-1247

Fort Chimo Co-op Association, P.O. Box 330, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2272(819) 964-0589

Fort-Chimo Co-operative Association / Charlie Kudluk Hotel, P.O. Box 330, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2272(819) 964-0589

Fort-Chimo Cooperative Association / Co-op Store, P.O.Box 330, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0(819) 964-2990(819) 964-2019

Gad’s Grill, P.O. Box 784, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-1720

Garage Jobie, P.O. Box 772, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-0610

Halutik Entreprise Inc., P.O. Box 690, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2978(819) 964-2639

Iglooapic Construction, P.O. Box 976, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2289(819) 964-2289

Ikkaqivvik Bar, P.O. Box 21, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2097 Immutik Boutique, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0

Iqaluppijait Arctic Char Reg’d, P.O. Box 528, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0

(819) 964-0054

Iqitauvik and Tumiapiit Childcare Center, P.O.Box 78, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2754(819) 964-1995

Isuarsivik Treatment Centre, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2592(819) 964-2041 J.D.’s Pizzeria Reg’d, P.O. Box 530, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2574(819) 964-6319 J.F. Rentals (Kuujjuaq) Inc., P.O. Box 93, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2796(819) 964-0404 Jaanimmarik High School, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2912(819) 964-2818

Kajusivik Adult Education Centre, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2750(819) 964-2745

Kativik Employment & Training Center / Kuujjuaq, P.O. Box 9, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0(819) 964-2620(819) 964-2267

Kativik Regional Development Council / Head Office, P.O. Box 9, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0(819) 964-2035(819) 964-2611

Kativik Regional Government / Head Office / KLDC, P.O. Box 9, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0(819) 964-2961(819) 964-2956

Kativik Regional Police Force / Kuujjuaq, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0(819) 964-9111(819) 964-2830

Kautaq Construction P.O. Box 179 , Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2925

Kuujjuamiut Inc., P.O. Box 719, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2625(819) 964-2167

Kuujjuaq Chicken (Chester Fried Chicken), P.O. Box 213, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0(819) 964-2395

Kuujjuaq Courthouse, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2973

Kuujjuaq Elders Hme, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2005(819) 964-2980

Kuujjuaq Fire & Emergencies, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-9000

Kuujjuaq Forum / Fitness Club, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2069(819) 964-2167

Kuujjuaq Group Home, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2785

Kuujjuaq Hydro-Quebec, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2869(819) 964-2848

Kuujjuaq Legal Aid Office, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2333

Kuujjuaq Municipal Garage, P.O. Box 210, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-0298(819) 964-2010

Kuujjuaq Municipal Housing Bureau, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0(819) 964-2000(819) 964-0749

Kuujjuaq Municipal Swimming Pool, P.O. Box 210, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2581

Kuujjuaq Petro Inc., P.O. Box 363, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-0543(819) 964-2980

170 1 C.P. 383, Chef Émile Picard, Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0 T (581) 300-6313 info@indianacommunication.com www.quebecautochtone.net www.aboriginalquebec.net
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Entreprises et organismes / Businesses and organizations tf Inuit

Inuit Kuujjuaq

Territoire : Kuujjuaq

Situation géographique : Au nord du 55e parallèle: le Nunavik Population : 2 120

Activités économiques:

Art, artisanat, commerces et services, tourisme, transport, pourvoirie, construction, administration, etc.

Principales langues parlées: Inuktitut, anglais

Gouvernement :

Northern Village of Kuujjuaq

P.O. Box 210, Kuujjuaq, Québec J0M 1C0 Tél.: (819) 964-2943 Fax: (819) 964-0734 http://www.nvkuujjuaq.ca/index.html www.nlhca.ca

Territory: Kuujjuaq

Geographical location: North of the 55th parallel: the Nunavik

Population: 2,120

Economic Activities:

Arts and handicrafts, tourism, services, transport, outfitting, construction, administration, etc.

Principal languages spoken: Inuktitut, English

Government:

Northern Village of Kuujjuaq

P.O. Box 210, Kuujjuaq, Québec J0M 1C0

Tél.: (819) 964-2943 Fax: (819) 964-0734 http://www.nvkuujjuaq.ca/index.html www.nlhca.ca

C.P.

Émile Picard,

G0A

info@indianacommunication.com www.quebecautochtone.net www.aboriginalquebec.net

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NATIONS / INUIT

Inuit Kuujjuaq

Kuujjuaq Propane Inc. (Les), P.O. Box 630, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2316(819) 964-2112

Kuujjuaq Real Estate Inc., P.O. Box 359, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2305(819) 964-6319

Kuujjuaq Recreation Center, P.O. Box 563, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2069(819) 964-2167

Kuujjuaq Social Services, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2905(819) 964-2666

Kuujjuaq Taxi (Star Taxi), P.O. Box 213, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2008

Kuujjuaq Water Plant, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2988

Mary Kaye May, P.O. Box 45, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2689(819) 964-2689

Miqulilitalik Tannery Inc., P.O. Box 412, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2382

Nasittuq Corporation , 1830-360 Albert St, Ottawa (Ont) K1R 7X7 (613) 234-9033

Native Para-Judicial Services of Québec Courtworkers / Baie d’Ungava Area, C.P. 659, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2881

Nayumivik Landholding Corporation, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0(819) 964-2870(819) 964-2280

NEAS GROUP, P.O. Box 179 , Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2925

Newviq’vi Inc. - Les magasins Tullik Inc., P.O. Box 810, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0(819) 964-2228(819) 964-2020

Newviqviapik, P.O. Box 413, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2142(819) 964-0031

Northern Store / Kuujjuaq, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2877(819) 964-2584

Northern Store Quick-Stop, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2447

Northern Village of Kuujjuaq, P.O. Box 210, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2943(819) 964-2980

Nunalituqait Ikajuqatigiitut Inuit Association, P.O.Box 809, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0(819) 964-2976(819) 964-2741

Nunavik Communications Inc., P.O. Box 359, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2305(819) 964-6319

Nunavik Creations Inc., P.O. Box 729, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-1848(819) 964-1950

Nunavik Enterprises Inc., P.O. Box 359, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2305(819) 964-6319

Nunavik Furs, P.O. Box 729, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-1702(819) 964-1708

Nunavik Geomatics, P.O. Box 179 , Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964.2925

Nunavik Investment Corporation, P.O. Box 789, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-1872(819) 964-1497

Nunavik Lab, P.O. Box 484, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-1877(819) 964-1878

Nunavik Landholding Corporation, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-0364(819) 964-0331

Nunavik Marine Supply and Services, P.O. Box 184, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-0242(819) 964-0242

Nunavik Mineral Exploration Fund, P.O. Box 909, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-1316(819) 964-1328

Nunavik Regional Board of Health & Social Services, P.O. Box 900, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0(819) 964-2222(819) 964-2277

Nunavik Rotors Inc., P.O. Box 510, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-1185(819) 964-1188

Nunavik Tourism Association / Association Touristique du Nunavik, P.O.Box 779, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2876(819) 964-2002

Old Chimo Restaurant, P.O. Box 281, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2233(819) 964-0788

Ookpik Taxi, P.O. Box 14, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-0220(819) 964-2375

PAIL, P.O. Box 179 , Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964.2925

Pyramid Camp, P.O. Box 342, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2761(819) 964-1802

Qimuk Music Inc., P.O. Box 264, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-0566(819) 964-0825

Quebec Police Force / Sûreté du Québec / Kuujjuaq, General Delievry, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2400(819) 964-2227

Sanavik Inc., P.O. Box 429, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 964-0086(819) 964-0496

Saputiit Youth Association of Nunavik, General Delivery, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0(819) 964-0335(819) 964-0441

Société Makivik Corporation / Head Office, P.O. Box 179, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0(819) 964-2925(819) 964-4825

Tamaani Internet, P.O. Box 9, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2961(819) 964-2255

Taqramiut Nipingat Inc. / Television / Kuujjuaq, P.O.Box 360, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0(819) 964-2565(819) 964-2252

Tarquti Energy Corp. P.O. Box 179 , Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2925

Tik’s Pool Hall (Kuujjuaq Pool Hall), P.O. Box 270, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2828

Picard,

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Entreprises et organismes / Businesses and organizations tf

Kuujjuaq

Tivi Galleries, P.O. Box 175, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2465(819) 964-2831

Tivi Inc., P.O. Box 175, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2465(819) 964-2831

Tivi Transport Inc., P.O.Box 175, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2465(819) 964-2831

Tullik Inc. True Value Hardware, P.O.Box 1140, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2356(819) 964-2020

Unaaq Fisheries, P.O. Box 179 , Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964.2925

Ungava Tulattavik Health Centre, P.O.Box 149, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2905(819) 964-2071

Nunavik Parks, General Delievry, Kuujjuaq, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 964-2961

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Kuujjuarapik Kuujjuarapik

Air Creebec / Kuujjuarapik, General Delivery, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3646(819) 929-3642

Air Inuit / Kuujjuarapik, P.O. Box 570, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3356

Airport Resto, P.O. Box 148, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3606(819) 929-3786

Asimautaq School, P.O.Box 60, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3409(819) 929-3332

Atsaniq Radio Station, P.O. Box 179, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3305(819) 929-3106

Awash Estchees Child Care Center, General Delivery, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0(819) 929-3395

Cree Board of Health & Social Services of James Bay / Kuujuarapik, P.O.Box 250, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3596(819) 929-2098

Entreprises Sanaji Inc. (Les), P.O. Box 61, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1C0 (819) 929-1098

Great Whale Coop: P.O. Box 419 Kuujjuaraapik, Quebec J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3266

Inuulitsivik CLSC / Kuujjuarapik Nursing Station, General Delivery, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-9090(819) 929-3656

Kativik Municipal Housing Bureau - Kuujjuaraapik, General Delivery, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3214(819) 929-3404

Kativik Regional Government / Kuujjuaeapik / Child Care, P.O. Box 509, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3054(819) 929-3852

Kativik Regional Police Force / Kuujjuarapik, General Delivery, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0(819) 929-9111(819) 929-3872 Kuujjuarapik Airport / Kativik Transport, General Delivery, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0(819) 929-2530(819) 929-3389

Kuujjuarapik Coop Hotel (Great Whale River Hotel), General Delivery, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3734(819) 929-3734

Kuujjuarapik Cooperative Association (Great Whale), P.O. Box 419, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3266(819) 929-3525

Kuujjuarapik Fire & Emergencies, General Delivery, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0(819) 929-9000

Kuujjuarapik Gymnasium, General Delivery, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3401

Kuujjuarapik Hydro-Quebec, General Delivery, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-1500(819) 929-1518

Kuujjuarapik Kativik Employment & Training Center, General Delivery, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3552(819) 929-3576

Kuujjuarapik Northern Store, General Delivery, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3270(819) 929-3667

Kuujjuarapik Petro Garage, General Delivery, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3205

Kuujjuarapik Public Works Garage, General Delivery, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0(819) 929-3287(819) 929-3107

Kuujjuarapik Social Club, P.O. Box 600, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3514(819) 929-3666

Kuujjuarapik Social Services, General Delivery, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3377(819) 929-3676

Native Para-Judicial Services of Québec Courtworkers / Hudson Bay Area, P.O. Box 94, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0

(819) 929-3336

Northern Village of Kuujjuarapik, P.O. Box 360, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3511(819) 929-3453

Nunami, P.O. Box 120, Kuujjuaraapik, Quebec, J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3348

Plomberie Rolly Inc., P.O.Box 286, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0

(819) 929-3296

Qilalugaq Hotel, P.O. Box 129, Kuujjuaraapik, Quebec, J0M 1G (819) 929-3374

Sakivivvik Adult Education, General Delivery, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3284(819) 929-3522

Sakkuq Landholding Corporation, General Delivery, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0(819) 929-3348(819) 929-3275

Sandy’s Corner Store P.O. Box 23, Kuujjuaraapik, Quebec, J0M 1G0

(819) 929-3508

Saqliavik Child Care Centre, General Delivery, Kuujjuarapik, (Québec), J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3361(819) 929-3520

Service d'entretien Nordique B.L. Inc P.O. Box 480, Kuujjuarapik, Quebec, J0M 1G0 (819) 929-3664

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Entreprises et organismes / Businesses and organizations tf Inuit

Inuit Kuujjuarapik

Territoire : Kuujjuarapik

Situation géographique : Au nord du 55e parallèle : le Nunavik Population : 675

Activités économiques: Art, artisanat, commerces et services, tourisme, pourvoirie, transport, construction.

Principales langues parlées: Inuktitut, anglais

Gouvernement :

Northern Village of Kuujjuarapik

P.O. Box 360, Kuujjuarapik, Québec J0M 1G0 Tél.: (819) 929-3511 Fax: (819) 929-3453 https://www.makivik.org/fr/kuujjuarapik/ www.nlhca.ca

Territory: Kuujjuarapik

Geographical location:

North of the 55th parallel: the Nunavik Population: 675

Economic Activities:

Arts and handicrafts, tourism, services, transport, outfitting, construction.

Principal languages spoken: Inuktitut, English

Government:

Northern Village of Kuujjuarapik

P.O. Box 360, Kuujjuarapik, Québec J0M 1G0 Tel.: (819) 929-3511 Fax: (819) 929-3453 https://www.makivik.org/fr/kuujjuarapik/ www.nlhca.ca

C.P. 383, Chef Émile Picard, Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0 T (581) 300-6313

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Air Inuit / Puvirnituq, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2968(819) 988-2222

Allie’s Coffee Shop, P.O. Box 62, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (867) 988-2600

CKPV-FM Radio Station (99,9 FM), P.O. Box 54, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2581(819) 988-2571

Entreprises Aliva Tulugak Inc., P.O. Box 122, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2799(819) 988-8383

Housing Maintenance, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2909(819) 988-2870

Iguarsivik School, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2960(819) 988-2090

Inuulitsivik Health Centre, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-9090(819) 988-2434

Iqiquq Arcade, P.O. Box 27, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2937

Kativik Municipal Housing Bureau - Puvirnituq, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0(819) 988-2886

Kativik Regional Police Force / Puvirnituq, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0(819) 988-9111(819) 988-2785

Makivik Corporation / Puvirnituq, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2363(819) 988-9903

Mikikattit Wild Life Management, House 301, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2160(819) 988-2751

Northern Village of Puvirnituq, P.O. Box 150, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2825(819) 988-2751

Novalinga Hotel, P.O. Box 67, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2946(819) 988-2751

Nunavik Arctic Survival Training, P.O. Box 285, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2825(819) 988-2751

Pétro FCNQ, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2525(819) 988-2354

Pitsituuq Smoke Plant, P.O. Box 113, Puvirnituq, Quebec, J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2001

Puvirnituq Adult Education, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2269(819) 988-2204

Puvirnituq Airport, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2153(819) 988-2153

Puvirnituq Co-op Hotel, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2914

Puvirnituq Cooperative Association, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0(819) 988-2972(819) 988-2982

Puvirnituq Fire Hall, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-9000(819) 988-2751

Puvirnituq Group Home, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2534(819) 988-2492

Puvirnituq Hydro-Quebec, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2975(819) 988-2535

Puvirnituq Kativik Employment & Training Center, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2733(819) 988-2227

Puvirnituq Northern Store, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2920(819) 988-2729

Puvirnituq Post Office, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2663(819) 988-2982

Puvirnituq Public Works Garage, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-9919(819) 988-2751

Puvirnituq Pumping Station, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2024(819) 988-2751

Puvirnituq Recreation Committee, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2837

Puvirnituq Social Services, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2957(819) 988-2639

Puvirnituq Water Plant, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2024(819) 988-2751

Puvirnituq Youth House, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2297

Puvirnituq Youth Protection, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2191(819) 988-2304

Sarliatauvik Child Care Centre, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0 (819) 988-2197(819) 988-2565

Taqramiut Nipingat Inc. / Television / Puvirnituq, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0(819) 988-2421(819) 988-2421

Women’s Auxiliary, General Delivery, Puvirnituq, (Québec), J0M 1P0

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Entreprises et organismes / Businesses and organizations tf Inuit

Inuit Puvirnituq

Territoire : Puvirnituq

Situation géographique : Au nord du 55e parallèle : le Nunavik Population : 1 676

Activités économiques: Art, artisanat, commerce et services, tourisme et pourvoirie.

Principales langues parlées: Inuktitut, anglais

Gouvernement :

Northern Village of Puvirnituq P.O. Box 150, Puvirnituq, Québec J0M 1P0 Tél.: (819) 988-2825 Fax: (819) 988-2751 https://www.makivik.org/fr/puvirnituq/ www.nlhca.ca

Territory: Puvirnituq

Geographical location: North of the 55th parallel: the Nunavik

Population: 1,676

Economic Activities:

Arts and handicrafts, tourism, services, outfitting.

Principal languages spoken: Inuktitut, English

Government:

Northern Village of Puvirnituq P.O. Box 150, Puvirnituq, Québec J0M 1P0 Tel.: (819) 988-2825 Fax: (819) 988-2751

https://www.makivik.org/fr/puvirnituq/ www.nlhca.ca

C.P. 383, Chef Émile Picard, Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0 T (581) 300-6313

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Quaqtaq

Air Inuit / Quaqtaq, General Delivery, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0 (819) 492-9915(819) 492-9057

Hydro Quebec Transit, General Delivery, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0 (819) 492-9901

Inutsiaq Translation, P.O. Box 46, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0 (819) 492-9114(819) 492-9359

Isummasaqvik School, General Delivery, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0 (819) 492-9955(819) 492-9971

Kamattsiavik Daycare Center, General Delivery, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0 (819) 492-9337(819) 942-9442

Kativik Municipal Housing Bureau - Quaqtaq, General Delivery, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0(819) 492-9957

Kativik Regional Police Force / Quaqtaq, General Delivery, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0(819) 942-9111(819) 942-9300

Kativik Transport / Quaqtaq, General Delivery, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0 (819) 492-9079

Koartak Hotel (Quarqtaq Co-op Hotel), General Delivery, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0(819) 492-9289

Kuvviti Fuel Inc., P.O.Box 98, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0 (819) 492-9353(819) 492-9296

Makivik Corporation / Quaqtaq, General Delivery, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0 (819) 492-9359(819) 492-9359

Neighborhood Worker / Quataq, General Delivery, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0 (819) 492-9312

Northern Village of Quaqtaq, P.O. Box 107, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0 (819) 492-9985(819) 492-9935

Quaqtaq Arena, General Delivery, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0 (819) 492-9523(819) 492-9935

Quaqtaq Christian Fellowship, General Delivery, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0 (819) 492-9917

Quaqtaq Cooperative Association, P.O. Box 105, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0 (819) 492-9206(819) 492-9086

Quaqtaq Fire Department, General Delivery, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0 (819) 492-9000

Quaqtaq FM Radio Station (99,9 FM), P.O. Box 107, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0 (819) 492-9946(819) 492-9935

Quaqtaq Gym / Recreation Hall, General Delivery, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0 (819) 492-9029

Quaqtaq Hydro-Quebec, General Delivery, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0 (819) 492-9974(819) 492-9560

Quaqtaq Kativik Employment & Training Center, General Delivery, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0(819) 492-9183(819) 492-9197

Quaqtaq Post Office, General Delivery, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0 (819) 492-9538

Quaqtaq Social Services, General Delivery, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0 (819) 492-9933(819) 492-9004

Quaqtaq Water Plant, P.O. Box 107, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0 (819) 492-9371

Quaqtaq Youth Centre, P.O. Box 107, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0 (819) 492-9630

Tuvaaluk Landholding Corporation - Quaqtaq, P.O. Box 98, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0(819) 492-9281(819) 492-9302

Umikallak Clinic / Nursing Station, General Delivery, Quaqtaq, (Québec), J0M 1J0 (819) 492-9090(819) 492-9004

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Inuit Quaqtaq

Territoire : Quaqtaq

Situation géographique : Au nord du 55e parallèle : le Nunavik

Population : 410

Activités économiques: Art, artisanat, commerces et services, tourisme et pourvoirie.

Principales langues parlées: Inuktitut, anglais

Gouvernement :

Northern Village of Quaqtaq P.O. Box 107, Quaqtaq, Québec J0M 1J0 Tél.: (819) 492-9985 Fax: (819) 492-9935 https://www.makivik.org/fr/quaqtaq/ www.nlhca.ca

Territory: Quaqtaq

Geographical location: North of the 55th parallel: the Nunavik

Population: 410 Economic Activities:

Arts and handicrafts, tourism, services, outfitting.

Principal languages spoken: Inuktitut, English

Government :

Northern Village of Quaqtaq P.O. Box 107, Quaqtaq, Québec J0M 1J0 Tel.: (819) 492-9985 Fax: (819) 492-9935

https://www.makivik.org/fr/quaqtaq/ www.nlhca.ca

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Salluit

Adamie Keatainak Fisheries, P.O. Box 62, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8971(819) 255-8864

Adamie's Place, P.O. Box 6, Salluit, Quebec, J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8168

Air Inuit / Salluit, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8897(819) 255-8011

Airport Kasurvik, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8158(819) 255-8011

Aivik Safari, P.O. Box 63, Salluit, Quebec, J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8329

Angngutigiarvik Reg’d, P.O. Box 129, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8915(819) 255-8282

Arnauti Boutique Reg'd, P.O. Box 6, Salluit, Quebec, J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8168

CBC / Salluit, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8947

Federation of Co-operatives of Northern Quebec, 19950 Clark Graham, Baie D'Urfé, (Québec) H9X 3R8 (514) 457-9371

Hydro-Quebec / Salluit, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-1500(819) 255-8231

Ikusik School, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8827(819) 255-8909

Ikusik Ware House, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8818(819) 255-8909

Inuulitsivik CLSC / Salluit Nursing Station, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0(819) 255-9090(819) 255-8861

Kanguk Caribou Outfitters Inc., P.O. Box 63, Salluit, Quebec, J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8974

Katinniq Transport Inc., P.O. Box 91, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8924(819) 255-8581

Kativik Municipal Housing Bureau - Salluit, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0(819) 255-8849

Kativik Regional Development Council / Salluit, P.O. Box 89, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0(819) 255-8120(819) 255-8864

Kativik Regional Government Welfare Agent, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0(819) 255-8954(819) 255-8059

Kativik Regional Police Force / Salluit, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-9111(819) 255-8887

Mark Kakayuk Taxi Service, P.O. Box 129, Salluit, Quebec, J0M 1S (819) 255-8035

Northern Store Inc. / Salluit, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8949(819) 255-8936

Northern Village of Salluit, P.O. Box 240, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8953(819) 255-8802

Nunavik Lodging Inc., P.O. Box 30, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8908(819) 255-8864

Nuvu Fuels Inc., P.O. Box 30, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8908(819) 255-8864

Nuvu Transport Inc., P.O. Box 30, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8908(819) 255-8864

Nuvumiut Developments Inc., P.O. Box 30, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8908(819) 255-8864

Nuvumiut Drilling Inc., P.O. Box 30, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8908(819) 255-8864

Padlayat Foods Services, P.O. Box 91, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8924(819) 255-8581

Pirutsiak Daycare, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-1186(819) 255-9937

Qarqalik Landholding, P.O. Box 30, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8908(819) 255-8864

Quannaq Adult Education, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8857(819) 255-8804

Qavvik Hotel Inc., P.O. Box 219, Salluit, Quebec, J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8500

Salluit Arena, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8606

Salluit Community Hall, P.O. Box 240, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8336

Salluit Community Wellness, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-9932(819) 255-8207

Salluit Co-op Association, P.O. Box 59, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8910(819) 255-8087

Salluit Co-op Hotel, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8888

Salluit Garage, P.O. Box 240, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8820(819) 255-9959

Salluit Kativik Employment & Training Center, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0(819) 255-8801(819) 255-8059

Salluit Post Office, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8447(819) 255-8207

Salluit Rehabilitation Center, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-1188(819) 255-1192

Salluit Social Services, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8829(819) 255-8201

Salluit Youth Centre, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8898(819) 255-8188

Salluit Youth Protection, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8135(819) 255-8289

Sugluk Cooperative Association, P.O.Box 59, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8910(819) 255-8087

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Inuit Salluit

Territoire : Salluit

Situation géographique : Au nord du 55e parallèle : le Nunavik Population : 1 506

Activités économiques: Art, artisanat, commerces et services, tourisme et pourvoirie.

Principales langues parlées: Inuktitut, anglais

Gouvernement :

Northern Village of Salluit P.O. Box 240, Salluit, Québec J0M 1S0 Tél.: (819) 255-8953 Fax: (819) 255-8802 https://www.makivik.org/fr/salluit/ www.nlhca.ca

Territory: Salluit

Geographical location: North of the 55th parallel: the Nunavik Population: 1,506

Economic Activities: Arts and handicrafts, tourism, services outfitting.

Principal languages spoken: Inuktitut, English Government:

Northern Village of Salluit P.O. Box 240, Salluit, Québec J0M 1S0 Tel.: (819) 255-8953 Fax: (819) 255-8802 https://www.makivik.org/fr/salluit/ www.nlhca.ca

Taqramiut Nipingat Inc. / Radio / Salluit, P.O. Box 120, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8822(819) 255-8891

Tasiursivik Daycare, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8048(819) 255-8031

Transport Katinniq Inc., P.O. Box 91, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8279(819) 255-8295

Tusaayut Reg’d, P.O. Box 149, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8963

Tusarvik Radio Station (89,9 FM), P.O. Box 240, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-8951(819) 255-8864

Women Shelter Initsiak, General Delivery, Salluit, (Québec), J0M 1S0 (819) 255-1082(819) 255-8150

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Inuit Tasiujaq

Territoire : Tasiujaq

Situation géographique :

Au nord du 55e parallèle : le Nunavik

Population : 328

Activités économiques:

Art, artisanat, commerces et services, tourisme et pourvoirie.

Principales langues parlées:

Inuktitut, anglais

Territory: Tasiujaq

Geographical location:

North of the 55th parallel: the Nunavik

Population: 328

Economic Activities:

Arts and handicrafts, tourism, services and outifitting.

Gouvernement/Government :

Northern Village of Tasiujaq

P.O. Box 54, Tasiujaq, Québec J0M 1T0 Tél.: (819) 633-9924 Fax: (819) 633-5026 https://www.makivik.org/fr/tasiujaq/ www.nlhca.ca

Principal languages spoken: Inuktitut, English

Air Inuit / Tasiujaq, General Delivery, Tasiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1T0 (819) 633-5062(819) 633-5114

Ajagutak School, P.O.Box 27, Tasiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1T0 (819) 633-9955(819) 633-5020

Arqivik Landholding Corporation - Tasiujaq, P.O. Box 52, Tasiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1T0(819) 633-5464(819) 633-5655

FCNQ Co-operative, P.O.Box 26, Tasiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1T0 (819) 633-5691(819) 633-5106

Iqaluppik Hotel, General Delivery, Tasiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1T0 (819) 633-5414(819) 633-5337

Kativik Regional Police Force / Tasiujaq, General Delivery, Tasiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1T0(819) 633-9111(819) 633-5287

Northern Village of Tasiujaq, P.O. Box 54, Tasiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1T0 (819) 633-9924(819) 633-5026

Qulliapik Daycare, General Delivery, Tasiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1T0 (819) 633-5301(819) 633-5026

Tasiujaq Airport, General Delivery, Tasiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1T0 (819) 633-5142

Tasiujaq Fire & Emergencies, General Delivery, Tasiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1T0 (819) 633-9000(819) 633-5026

Tasiujaq FM Radio Station (93,1 FM), P.O. Box 36, Tasiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1T0 (819) 633-9915(819) 633-5026

Tasiujaq Garage, P.O.Box 54, Tasiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1T0 (819) 633-5003(819) 633-5026

Tasiujaq Hydro-Quebec, General Delivery, Tasiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1T0 (819) 633-5013

Tasiujaq Independent Co-operative, P.O. Box 26, Tasiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1T0 (819) 633-9933(819) 633-5106

Tasiujaq Kativik Employment & Training Center, General Delivery, Tasiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1T0(819) 633-5249(819) 633-5026

Tasiujaq Nursing Station, P.O.Box 53, Tasiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1T0 (819) 633-9090(819) 633-5098

Tasiujaq Post Office, General Delivery, Tasiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1T0 (819) 633-9924

Tasiujaq Social Services, P.O.Box 53, Tasiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1T0 (819) 633-5022

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Inuit

Territoire : Umiujaq

Situation géographique : Au nord du 55e parallèle : le Nunavik Population : 465

Activités économiques: Art, artisanat, commerces et services, tourisme et pourvoirie.

Principales langues parlées: Inuktitut, anglais

Gouvernement :

Northern Village of Umiujaq P.O. Box 108, Umiujaq, Québec J0M 1Y0 Tél.: (819) 331-7000 Fax: (819) 331-7057 https://www.makivik.org/fr/umiujaq/ www.nlhca.ca

Umiujaq

Air Inuit / Umiujaq, General Delivery, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0

Territory: Umiujaq

Geographical location: North of the 55th parallel: the Nunavik

Population: 465 Economic Activities: Arts and handicrafts, tourism, services and outfitting.

Principal languages spoken: Inuktitut, English

Gouvernement :

Northern Village of Umiujaq

P.O. Box 108, Umiujaq, Québec J0M 1Y0 Tel.: (819) 331-7000 Fax: (819) 331-7057 https://www.makivik.org/fr/umiujaq/ www.nlhca.ca

(819) 331-7004(819) 331-7166

Inuulitsivik CLSC / Umiujaq Nursing Station, P.O. Box 88, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0(819) 331-9090(819) 331-7880

Kativik Employment & Training Center / Umiujaq, General Delivery, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0(819) 331-7346(819) 331-7400

Kativik Regional Police Force / Umiujaq, P.O. Box 46, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-9111(819) 331-7600

Kiluutaq School, P.O. Box 98, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-7060(819) 331-7025

Makivik Corporation / Umiujaq, General Delivery, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-7443

Northern Village of Umiujaq, P.O. Box 108, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-7000(819) 331-7057

Richmond Gulf Tourism, General Delivery, Umiujaq, Quebec, J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-7901

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Umiujaq

Tuttulik Outfitters Inc., General Delivery, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-7831(819) 331-7832

Umiujaq Adult Education, General Delivery, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1T0 (819) 331-7060(819) 331-7025

Umiujaq Airport, General Delivery, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-7004(819) 331-7166

Umiujaq Anglican Church, General Delivery, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-7871

Umiujaq Child Care, General Delivery, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1T0 (819) 331-7933(819) 331-7935

Umiujaq Community House, General Delivery, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-7840(819) 331-7843

Umiujaq Cooperative Association, P.O.Box 78, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-7013(819) 331-7942

Umiujaq Fire & Emergencies, P.O. Box 108, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-9000(819) 331-7057

Umiujaq FM Radio Station (89,9 FM), P.O. Box 108, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-7065(819) 331-7057

Umiujaq Gas Station, P.O. Box 78, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-7310(819) 331-7942

Umiujaq Hotel, 19950 Clark Graham, Montreal, (Québec), H9X 3R8 (514) 457-3294(514) 457-9834

Umiujaq Housing Authority, General Delivery, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-7053(819) 331-7189

Umiujaq Hunter Support Program, General Delivery, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-7111(819) 331-7096

Umiujaq Hydro-Quebec, General Delivery, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-7170(819) 331-7267

Umiujaq Municipal Garage, P.O. Box 108, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-7083(819) 331-7057

Umiujaq North West Store, General Delivery, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-7590(819) 331-7593

Umiujaq Outfitters Inc., General Delivery, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-7094

Umiujaq Post Office, General Delivery, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-7960(819) 331-7942

Umiujaq Social Services, General Delivery, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-7019(819) 331-7096

Umiujaq Water Plant, P.O. Box 108, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-7845(819) 331-7057

Umiujaq Youth Co-ordinator, P.O. Box 108, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-7964

Umiujaq Youth Protection, General Delivery, Umiujaq, (Québec), J0M 1Y0 (819) 331-7643(819) 331-7096

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MALÉCITES

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THE MALECITESTHE MALECITES

The Malecites lived in New Brunswick; their territory extended west from the SaintJohn River. They were members of the Wabanaki Confederation, wich also included the Penobscot, Passamaquoddy, Maine Abenakis and Micmacs.

Half-nomads, they lived from hunting and fishing, but they also grew corn. The main Malecite community, Médotec, was along the banks of the Saint-John River. In 1694, a plague killed some 120 Malecites, and the rest of the community was forced to flee the village temporarily.

The Malecites proved to be faithful allies to the French in the colonization wars; they were considered a key element in the French defence. In 1728, however, the Malecites ratified the peace treaty concluded in Boston with the English. Under this treaty, the Indians of New England and Nova Scotia recognized British sovereignty over Nova Scotia. Malecite resentment of the English continued, however, until the surrender of Quebec City in 1763.

In 1826, thirty families form a settlement in Viger behind La Seigneurie de l’Isle-Verte in the county of Rivière-du-Loup, forming their actual name: Les Malécites de Viger.

According to the sedentarisation policy in force at this time, the Malecites were encouraged to settle there by the government, who will give them seeds and provisions. Those methods proved wrong and, as the Malecites did not settle there, the Canadian government give up to the pressure exerted by colonists interested in those fertile lands, and Viger is retroceded in 1869.

In 1876, the federal government created the Whitworth community and in 1890 the Cacouna community, and houses are built there for the Malecites. However, the Malecites resisted a sedentary way of life for a long time. The presence of this nation in Quebec was almost forgotten by the population because the members were so spread out across the province.

The band never ceased to exist in the federal government’s registers. In 1975, some hundred individuals were deemed to be part of this nation. After Bill C-31 (modifying the Indian Act ) was passed in 1985, many Malecites recovered their registered Indian status. In 1987, some 130 of them gathered in Rivière-du-Loup to elect a band council. Two years later, the Government of Quebec officially recognized the Malecite First Nation.

Nearly 800 Maliseet people live in Quebec. The offices of the Maliseet Viger First Nation, the only band located in Quebec, are located in Cacouna, near Rivière-du-Loup. In Quebec, the Maliseet people speak French and English. However, in New Brunswick and the state of Maine, some speak their mother tongue.

The Wolastoqiyik Wahsipekuk First Nation, formerly called the Maliseet of Viger First Nation, is the only Wolastoqiyik Nation in Quebec territory. Six other Wolastoqey Nations are in New Brunswick. After the loss of Viger's reserve lands in 1869, the community dispersed over the territories of Quebec, Canada and the United States. Today, the First Nation owns a small reserve land at Cacouna in Bas-Saint-Laurent and the members still constitute a diaspora living on the Québec territory and beyond. Several members of the Nation still go to Wolastokuk, ancestral territory, to practice traditional activities.

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LES MALÉCITESLES MALÉCITES

Jusqu’au XVIe siècle, les Malécites vivaient au Nouveau-Brunswick; leur territoire s’étendant vers l’ouest à partir de la rivière Saint-Jean. Leurs membres sont originaires de la Confédération Wabanaki qui regroupait les Penobscots, les Passamaquoddy, les Abénaquis du Maine et les Micmacs.

Semi-nomades, ils vivaient de chasse et de pêche, mais ils cultivaient aussi le maïs. La principale communauté malécite, Médotec, était située aux abords de la rivière Saint-Jean. En 1694, au contact des Européens, la peste décime la population emportant ainsi 120 Malécites; le reste de la communauté délaisse temporairement le village.

Les Malécites se sont alliés aux Français lors des guerres de colonisation : ils furent considérés comme un élément majeur de la défense française. En 1728, toutefois, les Malécites ratifient le traité de paix conclu à Boston avec les Anglais et, en vertu de ce traité, les Indiens de la Nouvelle-Angleterre de la Nouvelle-Écosse reconnaissent la souveraineté britannique sur la Nouvelle-Écosse. Le ressentiment des Malécites à l’endroit des Anglais dura jusqu’à la capitulation de Québec, en 1763.

En 1826, une trentaine de familles formèrent un établissement à Viger derrière la seigneurie de l'Isle-Verte dans le compté de Rivière-du-Loup, d'où l'origine de leur appellation actuelle, les Malécites de Viger.

Selon la politique de sédentarisation en vigueur à cette époque, on incite les Malécites à s’y installer de façon permanente et le gouvernement leur fournira des semences et des provisions à cet effet. Les mesures d’incitation échouent et faute d’occupation de cet établissement par les Malécites, le gouvernement canadien cède aux pressions des colons intéressés par ces terres fertiles et Viger est rétrocédé en 1869.

En 1876, le gouvernement fédéral crée la communauté de Whitworth, puis celle de Cacouna en 1890 et on y construit des maisons. Les Malécites résistent cependant au mode de vie sédentaire; la population canadienne et québécoise en vint presque à oublier leur présence au Québec tant les Malécites se sont dispersés sur le territoire québécois.

La bande de Viger n’a jamais cessé d’exister dans les registres du gouvernement fédéral. En 1975, une centaine d’individus étaient considérés comme faisant partie de cette nation. Dans la foulée du projet de loi C-31 modifiant la Loi sur les Indiens adopté en 1985, plusieurs Malécites ont recouvré le statut d’Indien inscrit. En 1987, environ 130 d’entre eux se sont réunis à Rivière-du-Loup pour élire un conseil de bande. Deux ans plus tard, le gouvernement du Québec reconnaissait officiellement la Première Nation Malécite de Viger.

Près de 800 Malécites vivent sur le territoire québécois. Les bureaux de la première nation malécite de Viger, la seule bande située au Québec, se trouvent à Cacouna, près de Rivièredu-Loup. Au Québec, les Malécites s’expriment en français et en anglais. Cependant, au Nouveau-Brunswick et dans l’État du Maine, certains parlent leur langue maternelle.

La Première Nation Wolastoqiyik Wahsipekuk, autrefois appelée Première Nation Malécite de Viger, est la seule Nation Wolastoqiyik en territoire québécois. Six autres Nations Wolastoqey se trouvent au Nouveau-Brunswick. Après la perte des terres de réserve de Viger en 1869, la communauté s’est dispersée sur les territoires du Québec, du Canada et des États-Unis. Aujourd’hui, la Première Nation possède une petite terre de réserve à Cacouna au Bas-Saint-Laurent et les membres forment une diaspora, répartie sur tout le territoire québécois et au-delà. Plusieurs membres de la Nation se rendent toujours sur le Wolastokuk, territoire ancestral, pour y pratiquer des activités traditionnelles.

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Wolastoqiyik (Malécite) Wahsipekuk Kataskomiq

Territoire : Territoire de Kataskomiq

Situation géographique :

La réserve de Kataskomiq est située sur la rivesud du Saint-Laurent, à 30 km de Rivière-duLoup, et Kataskomiq se trouve près de la municipalité de Cacouna.

Superficie :

Kataskomiq : 173,01 hectares Cacouna : 0,17 hectare

Population : 1 188

Principales langues parlées : Français

Gouvernement :

Première Nation Wolastoqiyik (Malécite) Wahsipekuk

217, rue de la Grève, Cacouna, Québec G0L 1G0 Tél.: (418) 860-2393 https://wolastoqiyikwahsipekuk.ca/

Activités économiques :

Entreprise de pêche commerciale, poissonnerie Crabe en Vrac.

Commerces et services :

Boutique d’artisanat et centre d’interprétation de l’histoire des malécites à la Maison Denis-Launière, tourisme.

Infrastructure :

Accès : Le territoire est accessible par l’autoroute 20 et par la route 185 aussi. Réseau routier : aucune installation permanente. Nombre de maisons : aucune installation permanente.

Territory:

Territory of Kataskomiq

Geographical location:

The reserve of Kataskomiq is located on the south shore of the Saint-Laurent river, 30km south of Rivière-du-Loup, and Kataskomiq is located near the municipality of Cacouna.

Area:

Kataskomiq: 173.01 hectares Cacouna: 0.17 hectare

Population: 1,188

Principal languages spoken: French

Government:

Première Nation Wolastoqiyik (Malécite) Wahsipekuk Québec G0L 1G0 Tel.: (418) 860-2393 https://wolastoqiyikwahsipekuk.ca/

Economic activities:

Commercial fisheries, Wholesale Crab fish market.

Businesses and services:

Art & handicrafts store, Malecites history interpretation Center at Maison DenisLaunière, Tourism.

Infrastructure:

Access :The territory can be reached by highway 20 and by road 185 also. Road network: no permanent facilities. Number of houses: no permanent facilities.

Entreprises et organismes / Businesses and organizations

tfBoutique d’artisanat Matuweskewin, 215, rue de la Grève, Cacouna, (Québec), G0L 1G0(418) 860-2393(418) 867-3(418) Crabe en Vrac, 700, boulevard Du Rivage, Rimouski, (Québec), G3L 1G9 (418) 730-0773 Maison Denis-Launière, 215, rue de la Grève, Cacouna, (Québec), G0L 1G0 (418) 860-2393

Pêcheries Malécites, 217, rue de la Grève, Cacouna (Québec), G0L 1G0 (418) 860-2393 Première Nation Wolastoqiyik (Malécite) Wahsipekuk, 217, rue de la Grève, Cacouna, (Qc), G0L 1G0(418) 860-2393 Société de gestion Toku, 181, avenue du Havre, Rimouski, (Québec), G5M 0B3 (418) 723-7089

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MICMACS NATIONS / MICMACS

Before the arrival of the Europeans, the members of the Wabanaki Confederation, the Souriquois, now called the Micmacs, occupied Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, and the southern portion of the Gaspé peninsula. In 1611, Father Pierre Briard estimated their population at 3,000 in these areas.

A nomadic people, the Micmacs lived primarily from the traditional activities of hunting, trapping, fishing and the harvesting of wild berries. Because of their way of life, they built their wigwams so that they could be easily moved from one place to another.

In the 16th century, the Micmacs were one of the first peoples to encounter Europeans. They tried to profit from the fur trade between the Europeans and the tribes further to the west by acting as middlemen.

As for all the other Aboriginal nations in America, a very large portion of the Micmac population was wiped out by the diseases contracted from the contacts with Europeans.

At the beginning of the XVII century, the arrival of Europeens missionary sack Micmacs way of life. As early as 1624, this nation will progressively abandon their spiritual and cultural values to the benifit of Europeen religion and way of life.

Following their victory over the French in 1763, the English from New England moved into the Atlantic region in large numbers. The British government tried to turn the Micmacs into farmers; its efforts failed and instead the Micmacs became workers in the forestry and transportation sectors, wich produced significant sociocultural changes.

The Micmacs are fishermen by tradition and they continue to fish salmon. In 1982, the community of Gesgapegiag and the owners of riverfornt property joined forces to form the Cascapedia River Salmon Management Society, wich organizes fishing trips for anglers. There is also the Micmac Crafts Cooperative, wich exports its products to the United States. They also built several facilities to deal with problems that are present in their communities that are worth mentioning: an addiction centre in Gesgapegiag, a youth centre and a battered women’s shelter in Listuguj. Listuguj and Gesgapegiag are also two dynamic MicMac business communities.

In 2001, the three Micmac communities in Quebec (Listuguj, Gesgapegiag, Gaspé) united to form a political and administrative body, the Mi'gmawei Mawiomi Secretariat, in order to provide common services, to establish links with non-native partners, particularly in the fishing and forestry sectors, and prepare their land claims negotiations.

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LES MICMACSLES MICMACS

Avant l’arrivée des Européens, les membres de la Confédération Wabanaki, les Souriquois, aujourd’hui nommés les Micmacs, occupaient la Nouvelle-Écosse, l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard, le Nouveau-Brunswick et la partie sud de la péninsule gaspésienne. En 1611, le père Pierre Nilard en dénombrait environ 3 000 en ces lieux.

Peuples nomades, les Micmacs vivaient surtout des activités traditionnelles de chasse, de pêche, de trappe et de cueillette de petits fruits. Étant donné leur mode de vie, ils construisaient leur wigwams de manière à pouvoir les transporter aisément d’un lieu à l’autre.

Au XVIe siècle, les Micmacs sont l’un des premiers peuples à entrer en contact avec les Européens. À titre d’intermédiaires, ils tenteront de tirer profit de la traite des fourrures entre les Européens et les nations situées plus à l’ouest.

Comme toutes les autres nations autochtones d’Amérique, une très grande partie de la population sera décimée par les maladies contagieuses attrapées au contact des Européens.

L’arrivée des missionnaires européens, au début du XVIIe siècle, transformera le mode de vie des Micmacs. Dès 1624, ce peuple délaissera progressivement ses valeurs spirituelles et culturelles au profit de la religion et du mode de vie européens.

À la suite de leur victoire sur les Français en 1763, les Anglais de la Nouvelle-Angleterre s’installeront en grand nombre dans la région atlantique. Le gouvernement britannique tentera de faire des Micmacs des agriculteurs et ces tentatives de sédentarisation échoueront. Malgré tout, les Micmacs deviendront une main-d’œuvre bon marché dans les domaines du transport et de la foresterie au détriment de leurs activités traditionnelles, ce qui entraînera des modifications socio-culturelles importantes pour leur nation.

De nos jours, la pêche au saumon est toujours pratiquée par les Micmacs et cette activité est devenue un facteur de développement économique important pour cette nation. Ainsi, la communauté de Gesgapegiag s’est associée à des propriétaires riverains pour former, en 1982, la Société de gestion du saumon de la Grande rivière Cascapédia qui organise des séjours de pêche pour les amateurs. Nous retrouvons également la coopérative d’artisanat micmac de Gesgapegiag, une coopérative florissante aux États-Unis. Plusieurs réalisations du peuple micmac ayant pour but de résoudre certains problèmes sociaux au sein de leurs communautés sont dignes de mention: la création d’un centre de désintoxication situé à Gesgapegiag, un centre d’accueil pour les jeunes en difficulté et un centre d’hébergement pour les femmes victimes de violence, tous deux à Listuguj. Listuguj et Gesgapegiag sont aussi deux communautés d'affaires dynamiques.

En 2001, les trois communautés Micmacs au Québec (Listuguj, Gesgapegiag, Gaspé) se sont unies pour former un organisme politique et administratif, le Secrétariat Mi’gmawei Mawiomi, afin de se donner des services communs, d’établir des liens avec des partenaires allochtones, notamment dans les secteurs de la pêche et de la foresterie, et de préparer leurs négociations en matière de revendications territoriales.

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Gespeg

de bande Micmac de Gespeg,

Montée de Corte-Real,

Gaspé, (Québec), G4X

d’interprétation Micmac de Gespeg, 783, boul. de la Pointe-Navarre, C.P. 69, Gaspé, (Québec), G4X 6V2

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Micmacs Gespeg

Territoire :

Une partie des membres de Gespeg résident à proximité de Gaspé, l’autre partie résident dans la région de Montréal et à l’extérieur du Québec.

Situation géographique :

Les membres de la bande résident à proximité de Gaspé. Aucun territoire n’est réservé à l’usage de la bande.

Superficie :

Ne s’applique pas.

Population : 1500

Principales langues parlées : Français, anglais

Gouvernement :

Conseil de bande Micmac de Gespeg

34, Montée de Corte-Real, C.P. 69, Gaspé, (Québec), G4X 6V2

Tel.: (418) 368-6005 Fax: (418) 368-1272 https://www.micmacgespeg.ca/ https://www.migmawei.ca/

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, commerces et services, musée d’interprétation, site d’interprétation avec artisanat, pêches commerciales, foresterie.

Infrastructure :

Accès : la route 132 mène à Gaspé. Réseau routier : ne s’applique pas. Nombre de maisons : ne s’applique pas.

Territory:

In the Montreal region and outside of the province of Quebec.

Geographical location:

The Gespeg members lives near Gaspé, in the Montreal region and outside of the province of Quebec.

Area:

Not applicable.

Population: 1500 Principal languages spoken: French, English

Government:

Conseil de bande Micmac de Gespeg

34, Montée de Corte-Real, C.P. 69, Gaspé, (Québec), G4X 6V2

Tel.: (418) 368-6005 Fax: (418) 368-1272 https://www.micmacgespeg.ca/ https://www.migmawei.ca/

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, businesses and services, interpretation museum, interpretation site arts and handicrafts, commercial listing, forestry.

Infrastructure:

Access: Highway 132 leads to Gaspé. Road network: not applicable. Number of houses: not applicable.

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Gesgapegiag

Aligewogwom Thrift Shop, General Delivery, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0 (418) 759-3431

Angie’s Bakery, 35 Jerome Street, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0 (418) 759-8011

Caisse populaire Desjardins de Maria, 554, Blvd. Perron, Maria, (Québec), G0C 1Y0 (418) 759-3456(418) 759-3801

Chalets De L'Anse Ste-Helene, 892 Boulevard Perron O, Maria, QC G0C 1Y0 (581) 886-5455

CHRG Radio, 55 School St., Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0 (418) 759-8196

Chucky’s Auto Repair, 30 Beach Rd., Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0 (418) 759-5273

Dépanneur Martin, 185 Main Street, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0 (418) 759-5440(418) 759-5448

First Nation Baskets, 15 Droken Road, Maria, (Québec), G0C 1Y0 (418) 759-5988(418) 759-5988

Galgoasiet Natural Resources, 101 Perron Blvd., P.O. Box 429, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0(418) 759-1303(418) 759-1301

Gesgapegiag Early Childhood Center, 35B Main Street, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0(418) 759-5759(418) 759-5788

Gesgapegiag Education Services, 100 Perron Blvd., P.O. Box 1280, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0 (418) 759-3441(418) 759-5856 Gesgapegiag Excavation, General Delivery, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0 (418) 759-3441 Gesgapegiag Handycraft Coop - Coopérative Artisanat de Maria, 120 Perron Blvd., Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0 (418) 759-3504(418) 759-5424

Gesgapegiag Health & Community Services, 95 Main Street, P.O. Box 1450, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0 (418) 759-3431(418) 759-5866

Gesgapegiag Kateri Tekakwitha Church General Delivery, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0(418) 759-3406 Gesgapegiag Police and Fire Department, 110 Perron Boulevard, P.O. Box 369, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0 (418) 759-3113(418) 759-3209

Indian Handicraft, General Delivery, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0 (418) 759-1300

Indian Bay Smokehouse, 7 Perron Blvd, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0 (418) 392-6908

Jerome’s Canteen, 130 Main Street, P.O. Box 1182, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0(418) 759-5600

Le Relais De La Cache, C.P 706 Route 299 Km 62 Lac-Casault, (Quebec), G0C 1Y0 (581) 880-6025

Lobster Wholesale 104 Droken Road, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0.

(418) 759-1303

Lobster Hut, 4 Perron Blvd., General Delivery, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0 (419) 759-5467

Lumberjack Service General Delivery, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0 (581) 886-4081

Mawiomi Treatment Services, 85 School Street, P.O. Box 1068, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0(418) 759-3522(418) 759-3048

Micmac Cabinet Making, 30B Church Court, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0

(418) 392-9841

Micmac Camp General Delivery, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0 (418) 392-6327 Micmac Co-Op, 6 Perron Blvd, General Delivery, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0 (418) 759-3504

Micmacs of Gesgapegiag Band Council, 100 Perron Blvd., P.O. Box 1280, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0 (418) 759-3441(418) 759-5856

Micmacs Of Gesgapegiag Joneve, 100 Perron Boulevard, General Delivery, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0 (418) 392-1918

Micmacs of the Grand Cascapedia, 10 Drokon, P.O. Box 516, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0(418) 392-6327(418) 392-5044

Psychic Medium And Intuitive Coach, General Delivery, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0(418) 392-1918 Walgwan Center, P.O.Box 1009, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0 (418) 759-3006(418) 759-3064 Wejgwapniag School, 40 Main Street, P.O.Box 1280, Gesgapegiag, (Québec), G0C 1Y0(418) 759-3422(418) 759-5446

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Micmacs Gesgapegiag

Territoire : Communauté de Gesgapegiag

Situation géographique :

La communauté est située à 45 kilomètres à l’ouest de Bonaventure, sur la rive nord de la baie de Cascapédia.

Superficie : 182,26 hectares

Population : 1 501

Principales langues parlées : Micmac, anglais

Gouvernement :

Micmacs of Gesgapegiag Band Council 100 Perron Blvd., P.O. Box 1280, Gesgapegiag, Québec G0C 1Y0

Tél.: (418) 759-3441 Fax: (418) 759-5856 https://www.gesgapegiag.ca/en/index https://www.migmawei.ca/

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, commerces et services, tourisme, foresterie, construction, transport, pourvoirie.

Commerces et services :

Alimentation, articles de sport, art et artisanat, restauration, vêtements, station service.

Infrastructure :

Accès : la communauté est accessible par la 132.

Réseau routier : 1 490 mètres de routes en gravier et 4 490 mètres en asphalte. Nombre de maisons : 154

Territory:

Community of Gesgapegiag

Geographical location: Gesgapegiag is located 45 km west of Bonaven-ture, on the north shore of Cascapédia Bay.

Area: 182.26 hectares

Population: 1,501

Principal languages spoken: Micmac, English

Government:

Micmacs of Gesgapegiag Band Council 100 Perron Blvd., P.O. Box 1280, Gesgapegiag, Québec G0C 1Y0

Tel.: (418) 759-3441 Fax: (418) 759-5856 https://www.gesgapegiag.ca/en/index https://www.migmawei.ca/

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, services, tourism, forestry, construction, transport, outfitting.

Businesses and services:

Arts and handicrafts, clothing, food supplier, restaurant, sporting goods, service station.

Infrastructure:

Access: Gesgapegiag can be reached by Highway 132. Road network: 1,490 metres of gravel road and 4,490 metres of paved road.

Number of houses: 154

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Alaqsite’w Gitpu School, 18 Caplin, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0

Listuguj

(418) 788-3100(418) 788-3120

Barnaby’s, 113 Riverside West, P.O. Box 273, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0 (418) 788-2047

Birch Bark Canoes Sales / Fabrication, 47 Dundee Road, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0(418) 788-2963

CHRQ-FM Radio (106,9 FM), 116 Riverside West, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0 (418) 788-2121(418) 788-2653

Conseillers parajudiciaires autochtones / Région Restigouche-Gaspé, 6, Church Crescent, C.P. 203, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0 (418) 788-5455

Dépanneur Restigouche Drive-Throu, 17 Interprovincial Blvd., Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0(418) 788-3203(418) 788-5225

Gignu / Restigouche Redaptation Center, 4 Pacific Drive, P.O. Box 193, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0

Haven House, 2 Ennu, P.O. Box 99, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0

J. Mitchell Trucking, 89 Riverside West, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0

Jerome Grocery, 17 Riverside East, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0

(418) 788-5605(418) 788-2751

(418) 788-5544(418) 788-2687

(418) 788-3204(418) 788-5460

(418) 788-2836

Kosh Construction, General Delivery, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0 (418) 788-5106

Listuguj Community Development Center, 42 Dundee Road, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0(418) 788-3000(418) 788-3001

Listuguj Community Health Services, 6 Pacific Drive, P.O. Box 377, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0(418) 788-2155(418) 788-3155

Listuguj Eats (Subway),

Riverside East, Listuguj,

G0C 2R0 (418) 788-2286(418) 788-2709

Listuguj Education Directorate, 1 Riverside West, P.O. Box 298, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0(418) 788-2248(418) 788-5980

Listuguj Fire Department, 17-A Riverside West, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0 (418) 788-5848(418) 788-3157

Listuguj Home Care, 9B Riverside East, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0 (418) 788-2988(418) 788-3146

Listuguj Mi’gmaq Development Center, 2 Pacific Drive, P.O. Box 173, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0(418) 788-1347(418) 788-3095

Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government, 17 Riverside West, P.O.Box 298, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0(418) 788-2136(418) 788-2058

Listuguj Natural Resources, 44 Dundee Road, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0 (418) 788-3022(418) 788-3058

Listuguj Police Department, 17-B Riverside West, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0 (418) 788-2003(418) 788-2330

Listuguj Social Assistance Services, 5 Riverside West, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0 (418) 788-2909(418) 788-3113

Listuguj Social Services, 17 Riverside West, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0 (418) 788-3039(418) 788-9021

Martin Grocery Store, 3 Pacific Drive, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0 (418) 788-2173

Mawo’Itijig Mijjuaji’jg Child Care Center, 8 Pacific Drive, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0(418) 788-2553(418) 788-2603

Mesgi’g Ugju’s’n Wind Farm, 2 Riverside Drive West, P.O. Box 135, Listugui, (Québec), G0C 2R0(418) 788-1760(418) 788-1315

Metallic’s Grocery, 34 Riverside West, P.O.Box 117, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0 (418) 788-2324

Mic Mac Electric, 67-A Interprovincial Blvd., Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0 (418) 788-5152(418) 788-5152

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Territoire : Communauté de Listuguj

Situation géographique :

La communauté est située à 118 kilomètres au sud-ouest de Bonaventure, sur la rive nord de la rivière Ristigouche.

Superficie : 3 663,22 hectares

Population : 4 021

Principales langues parlées : Mimac, Anglais

Gouvernement :

Listuguj Mi'gmaq Government 17 Riverside West, P.O.Box 298, Listuguj, Québec G0C 2R0 Tél.: (418) 788-2136 Fax: (418) 788-2058 http://listuguj.ca https://www.migmawei.ca

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, commerces et services, tourisme, construction, transport, foresterie, pêcheries.

Commerces et services :

Alimentation, électriciens, art et artisanat, plomberie, bureau de poste, quincaillerie, décoration intérieure, tabagie, essence, fleuriste, vêtements, fumoir, nourriture, fleuriste, paysagiste, tabagies.

Infrastructure :

Accès : la communauté est accessible par la route 132.

Réseau routier : 5 890 mètres de routes en gravier et 4 540 mètres en asphalte. Nombre de maisons : 805

Territory:

Community of Listuguj

Geographical location:

Listuguj is located 118 km southwest of Bonaventure, on the north shore of the Ristigouche River.

Area: 3,663.22 hectares

Population: 4,021

Principal languages spoken: Micmac, English Government:

Listuguj Mi'gmaq Government 17 Riverside West, P.O.Box 298, Listuguj, Québec G0C 2R0 Tel.: (418) 788-2136 Fax: (418) 788-2058 http://listuguj.ca https://www.migmawei.ca

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, businesses, services, tourism, construction, transport, forestry, fisheries.

Businesses and services: Arts and handicrafts, gasoline, clothing, hardware store, interior decoration, landscaping, electricians, post office, florist, smoke shop, food supplier.

Infrastructure:

Access: the community can be reached by Highway 132. Road network: 5,890 metres of gravel road and 4,540 metres of paved road. Number of houses: 805

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Mi’gmawei Mawiomi Secretariat, 2 Riverside West, P.O. Box 135, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0(418) 788-1760(418) 788-1315

Sophia’s Creative Spirit, 94 Riverside East, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0 (418) 788-2712(418) 788-2589

Sphinx International Consultants, 42 Caplin Road, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0 (418) 788-3377

St-Anne’s Church, 4 Riverside West, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0 (418) 788-2853

Tracey’s Canvas, Migmag Artisan, 21 A Church Crescent, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0(581) 884-0707

VM Wood Working, General Delivery, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0 (418) 788-2657

Woodpile Gas Bar & Handicrafts, 32 Gaspé Highway, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0 (418) 788-5876(418) 788-5876

Wysote Depanneur, 1 Principal Street, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0 (418) 788-2518(418) 788-5530

Wysote’s Pro Hardware, 1 Principale, Listuguj, (Québec), G0C 2R0 (418) 788-2932(418) 788-5530

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Before the 16th century, the members of the Five Nations Iroquois Confederacy (Haudenosaunee), called the Iroquois, lived primarily by farming, commercial trade of agricultural (corn floor, tobacco) and handicraft products, and traditional activities such as hunting, fishing, trapping and harvesting. In the 17th century, the territory of the Confederacy, along the SaintLawrence River and the Mohawk River is estimated to be 35,000 km2. Contact with Europeans in the 17th century gradually began to change the Mohawk way of life; especially with the fur trade, the use of firearms, metal, etc. At the same time, under the influence of the many Jesuits from Europe, the Mohawks were converting to Catholicism.

Skilful in the arts of war and trade, the Mohawks took part in the English-French wars who marked the beginning of the colonization in Nouvelle-France by being allies to the English forces. They progressively take the place of the Hurons in the monopole of fur trade and they will battle them fiercely. In the middle of the 16th century, the Mohawks gradually settle in reductions near English villages and, after several moves, they settle in 1717 in what is now Kahnawake. A group of Mohawks from the village moved again, in 1721, to an Algonquin village, wich they renamed Kanesatake in 1755.

Beginning in the 19th century, the Mohawks, with their ability to brave rapids and navigate rough waters, distinguished themselves as oarsmen with several shipping companies. In 1884, they proved their mettle by leading a British expedition up the Nile to Khartoum in Sudan. Other Mohawks were hired by construction companies because of their exceptional ability to climb the highest scaffolding. In Montreal, the Mohawks helped build the Victoria Bridge in 1860. In 1889, they worked on the Quebec city bridge. On August 29, 1907, the bridge collapsed, killing 96 people including 33 Kahnawake Mohawks.

Living on both sides of the Canada-US border, the Mohawks reject the actual frontiers of Canada and the United States and will claim the right of free circulation for their people and for merchandise over the borders. Many major demonstrations will be held to support these revendications. One of these demonstrations, with regards to land claims in the Oka village, remains a sadly well-known event in relations between the Mohawks and non-Native people in Quebec. This conflict, in wich the Canadian army and the Sûreté du Québec had to intervene in the summer of 1990, was one of the worst episodes in the history of relations between Native people and Quebecers.

Today, the Iroquois nation is spread across Quebec, Ontario and New York State. In Quebec, over 10,000 Mohawks live in Kahnawake, a 53 km2 territory. This dynamic community has four schools, including two high schools, a radio station, a newspaper (The Eastern Door), a hospital managed entirely by the community and a Caisse populaire.

The Mohawks aspire to a great deal of control over their own affairs. Kahnawake signed a framework agreement with the federal government in December 1991 in order to negotiate greater autonomy than provided for in the Indian Act. In Kanesatake, negotiations are still under way to definitively settle this community’s grievances.

The actual economy of the Mohawk communities is mainly based on public and private services businesses; the nearness of major urban centers helped the Mohawks to develop small businesses in various sectors of activities that are today flourishing.

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LES MOHAWKSLES MOHAWKS

Avant le XVIe siècle, les membres de la Confédération iroquoise des Cinq Nations (Haudenosaunee), communément appelés les Iroquois, vivaient principalement d’une économie de subsistance basée sur l’agriculture, l’échange commercial de produits agricoles (farine de maïs et tabac) et artisanaux, ainsi que sur la pratique d’activités traditionnelles de chasse, de pêche et de cueillette. Au XVIIe siècle, on évalue la superficie du territoire de la Confédération, qui longe le fleuve Saint-Laurent et s’échelonne le long de la rivière Mohawk, à environ 35 000 km2.Au contact des Européens, au XVIIe siècle, le mode de vie des Mohawks se transforme peu à peu; notamment avec l’usage de plus en plus répandu du métal et des armes à feu. À la même époque, sous l’influence des missionnaires jésuites, les Mohawks se convertissent au catholicisme.

Habiles dans les arts de la guerre et du commerce, les Mohawks participent aux guerres franco-anglaises qui marquèrent les débuts de la colonisation en Nouvelle-France en s’alliant aux forces britanniques. Ils supplantent progressivement les Hurons dans le monopole du commerce des fourrures et ils livreront à ces derniers une guerre sans merci.Au milieu du XVIe siècle, les Mohawks s’installent graduellement dans des réductions près des villages anglais et après plusieurs déménagements, ils s’installent en 1717 sur le site de Kahnawake. Un groupe de Mohawks de ce village déménage à nouveau en 1721 dans un village algonquin, nommé Kanesatake en 1755.

À compter du XIXe siècle, les Mohawks travaillent comme pagayeurs dans plusieurs compagnies de transport, étant donné leur aptitude à affronter les rapides et à voguer sur des eaux agitées. Ils s’illustreront à cet effet en 1884, en permettant à une expédition britannique de remonter le Nil jusqu’à Khartoum, au Soudan. Leur aptitude à travailler dans les hauteurs les amèneront à travailler dans d’importants chantiers de construction tant aux États-Unis qu’au Canada, d’où l’adage faisant état du fait que les autochtones n’ont pas le mal du vertige : à Montréal, les Mohawks participent à la construction du pont Victoria en 1860; en 1899. Ils travaillent aussi au montage du pont de Québec (le 29 août 1907, le pont s’écroule et fait 96 morts, dont 33 sont de Kahnawake).

Répartis de chaque côté de la frontière canado-américaine, les Mohawks rejettent les frontières actuelles du Canada et des États-Unis et revendiqueront le droit de libre circulation personnel et des biens du commerce. Quelques manifestations majeures viendront appuyer leurs revendications.Une de ces manifestations, à la suite d’un litige concernant la revendication territoriale du village d’Oka, demeure un épisode tristement célèbre dans les relations entre les Mohawks et les non-autochtones au Québec. Ce conflit, dans lequel l’armée canadienne et la Sûreté du Québec sont intervenus à l’été 1990, est l’un des pires de l’histoire moderne des relations entre Québécois et Autochtones.

Aujourd’hui, la nation iroquoise est répartie entre le Quebec, l’Ontario et l’État de New York. Au Québec, plus de 10,000 Mohawks résident à Kahnawakeprès, sur un territoire de 53 km2. Dans cette communauté dynamique, on retrouve quatre écoles, dont deux offrent aux étudiants l’opportunité de poursuivre leurs études secondaires. Il y a également une station radiophonique, un journal (The Eastern Door), un hôpital entièrement géré par la collectivité et une caisse populaire.

Ceux-ci se rendent dans les villes environnantes pour étudier ou pour recevoir des soins médicaux. Les Mohawks aspirent à un haut degré d’autonomie dans la gestion des affaires de leur bande. Kahnawake a signé une entente cadre avec le gouvernement fédéral, en décembre 1991, en vue de négocier un régime offrant une plus grande autonomie que celui prévu par la Loi sur les Indiens. À Kanesatake, des négociations se poursuivent toujours en vue du règlement territoriale définitif des griefs de cette collectivité.L’économie actuelle des communautés mohawks est basée principalement sur des entreprises de services publics et privés, leur voisinage des grands centres urbains leur a permis de développer des petites entreprises aujourd’hui très prospères.

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1 Smart Cookie, P.O. Box 1235, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0

Kahnawake

(514) 677-4449

4 Paws Grooming, P.O. Box 1235, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-7297

7 Generations Day Care, P.O. Box 2220, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-8838

99 Resto Bar, P.O. Box 2279, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-7529

Ahke:nonsah Basic Home Maintenance and Training Services, P.O. Box 532, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-3867

Akwa Construction, P.O. Box 1869, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-2892

Akwesane Sports, 1023 Highway 138 West, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-4447

Alan Goodleaf Plumbing, P.O,. Box 576, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 952-9584

All In Good Spirits, P.O. Box 1163, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0, (450) 638-2463

All Kinds of Crap, P.O. Box 1042, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0

Angel Deer Artist, General Delivery, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-2463

Aromatic Spirit, P.O. Box 1827, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-8009(450) 635-8009

ATD Manufacturing Technologies, 2100, route 138, PO box 2254, Highway 138, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-7171

Atohnhetsha, General Delivery, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 743-4635

Aurora Leborgne Painting, P.O. Box 1255, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 773-1728

Avery’s Guest & Meeting Facilities, P.O. Box 939, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-3322

Bad K Designs, P.O. Box 874, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-9819

Battling Cage / Eagle Eye Recreation, P.O. Box 716, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-1040 Bayview Restaurant, P.O. Box 2132, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-5656

Bear Design, General Delivery, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0, (514) 968-7989

Bee Gone - Infestation Removal Service, P.O. Box 36, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0(450) 632-6439

Big Bear Trading, P.O. Box 1814, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-7893(450) 635-7087

Black Berries Specialty Foods, P.O. Box 1695, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-6301 Bryan Lawrence Garage, P.O. Box 328, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-9947 Built-Rite Foundation, P.O.Box 985, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-6471 Bully’s Truck Stop, P.O. Box 1080, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-2152

Burton Jacobs Construction, P.O. Box 391, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 262-8453

Bush Tree Service , General Delivery, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 206-9001

Business Plans Plus, P.O. Box 1786, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-9045

Busy Bee Social Media Marketing, General Delivery, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0, (514) 773-1728

Calico Cottage Quilt and Gift Shop, P.O. Box 1488, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-7070

Cannon’s Auto Sales, P.O. Box 850, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-8664

Carolyn’s Activity Planner, P.O. Box 558, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-7960

Caughnawaga Construction, P.O. Box 87, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-4556

Caughnawaga Garage, P.O. Box 96, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-0571(450) 632-0192

Caughnawaga Golf Club & Dining Room, P.O. Box 840, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0(450) 632-7163(450) 632-0192

Cedar Hedge Trimming, P.O. Box 687, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 776-9759

Central Station, P.O. Box 949, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-6186

Chainsaw Landscapers, P.O. Box 1484, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 716-6952

Chris Montour Construction, P.O. Box 181, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-5278(450) 632-8351

Clear Sky Painting, P.O. Box 575, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 821-6810

Club Rez, Route 207, P.O.Box 1350, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-9434(450) 635-3695

Commission de développement des ressources humaines des Pemières Nations du Québec (CDRHPNQ), New Business Complex, 2 River Road, P.O. Box 2010, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-4171(450) 638-4101

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Entreprises et organismes / Businesses and organizations tf Mohawks

Mohawks Kahnawake

Gouvernement/ Government:

Mohawk Council of Kahnawake, P.O. Box 720, Kahnawake (Qc) J0L 1B0

Tél.: (450) 632-7500 http://www.kahnawake.com

Territoire : Communauté de Kahnawake

Situation géographique :

La communauté de Kahnawake est située à 10 kilomètres au sud-ouest de Montréal, sur la rive sud du lac Saint-Louis.

Superficie :

Kahnawake : 5 059,17 hectares

Doncaster : 7 896,20 hectares

Population : 10 982

Principales langues parlées : Mohawk, anglais

Activités économiques : Commerces et services

Commerces et services : Buanderie, ébénisterie, informatique, peintre, services de secrétariat, alimentation, bureau de poste, électriciens, jardinage, pharmacie, services de produits et de nettoyage, aménagement et entretien paysager, cadeaux, embarcations, jouets, photographes, services funéraires, carrière, entrepreneurs en construction, journal «The Eastern Door», pièces automobiles, services juridiques, centre de jardinage, lave-auto, piscines, soins esthétiques, art et artisanat, centre sportif, équitation, plomberie, soudure, articles de sport, céra-mique, essence, produits de beauté, structures d’acier, automobiles, cimenterie, excavation, maçonnerie, produits pétroliers, bar laitier, confiserie, marina, quincaillerie, taxi, bétail, fleuristes, matériaux de construction, restauration, traiteur, bijoux, débosselage, fondations, menuiserie, revêtement routier, transport ambulancier, bingo, décoration et désign intérieur, foresterie, meubles, salon de beauté, transport routier, dépanneurs, garderies, services bancaires, vêtements, boulangerie, disquaire, golf, nettoyage à sec, services de consultants, boutique chasse et pêche, eau de source, imprimerie, nettoyage de tapis.

Infrastructure :

Accès : la communauté de Kahnawake est accessible par la route 132, la route 138 et la route 207.

Réseau routier : 32 120 mètres de routes en gravier et 59 250 mètres en asphalte.

Nombre de maisons : 2 190

Territory: Community of Kahnawake

Geographical location:

The community of Kahnawake is located 10 km southwest of Montreal on the southern shore of Lake Saint-Louis.

Area:

Kahnawake: 5,059.17 hectares

Doncaster: 7,896.2 hectares

Population: 10,982

Principal languages spoken:

Mohawk, English

Economic activities: Businesses and services.

Businesses and services:

Ambulance service, cabinets, dry cleaning, home decorating/interior design, painting, road transport, arts and handicrafts, candy, electricians, horseback riding/stables, paving, sandblasting, athletic centre, carwash, excavation, household appliances, pharmacy, automobiles, carpenters, florists, hunting and fishing supplies, sporting goods, bakery, caterer, forestry, jewellery, plumbing, steel erectors, banking services, cemetery, foundations, landscaping/maintenance, pools, taxis, beauty salons, ceramics, funeral parlour, laundry, post office, toys, beauty treatments, cleaning products and services, furniture, livestock, printing, bingo, clothing, garden centre, marina, quarry, typing services, boats, computer services, gardening, masonry, consultant services, gasoline, newspaper “The Eastern Door”, welding, building contractors, convenience stores, gifts, restaurant, building materials, cosmetics, golf, oil products, day-care centres, hardware store.

Infrastructure:

Access: Kahnawake can be reached by Highway 132, 138 and 207. Road network: 32,120 metres of gravel road and 59,250 metres of paved road.

Number of houses: 2,190

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Conseillers parajudiciaires autochtones / Région Montréal-Kahnawake-Akwesasne, P.O. Box 2143, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-5647

Country Peddlers Gas Bar, P.O. Box 530, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-6357

Country Side Gas Station, P.O. Box 454, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-5183

Creekside Store, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-9772

Cross Painting, P.O. Box 171, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-6281

Dairy King, P.O.Box 304, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-9661

Dave’s Auto Body, P.O. Box 1029, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-3492(450) 632-3548

Dave’s Industrial Sandblasting, P.O. Box 1029, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-3492(450) 632-3548

Day Taxi, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 795-8928

Deer, Angel - Artist, P.O. Box 1923, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-2640

Deer Crossing, P.O. Box 899, Route 132, Kahnawake, QC, (450) 638-4422

Deere Garage, P.O.Box 71, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-0744(450) 638-7244

Devcom Installations, P.O. Box 1594, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-1741

Diabo Auto, P.O. Box 1017, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-9009(450) 638-2369

Diabo Construction, P.O.Box 743, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-0594(450) 635-0694

Diabo Excavation, P.O. Box 1449, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-1364

Diabo Trucking, P.O. Box 1449, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-1364

Diva’s Den, P.O. Box 1075, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 654-7611

Dustin’s, P.O. Box 82, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-3613

Eagle’s Nest, P.O. Box 1651, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 633-0181(450) 633-0181

Eastern Door, The, P.O. Box 1170, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-3050(450) 635-8479

Echos of a Proud Nation Pow Wow, P.O. Box 1079, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-8667(450) 632-2813

Eileen’s Cakes & Pastries, P.O. Box 777, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-2253(450) 638-9866

Electrician J. Diabo Electric, P.O. Box 1243, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-4369(450) 632-9420

Electrolux Kahnawake, P.O. Box 131, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-9396(450) 635-9113

Erlene & Joanne’s Catering, P.O. Box 1244, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-6268

Fadee’s Chip Stand, General Delivery, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0

Favors, P.O. Box 1724, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-6669(450) 635-6669

Femmes Autochtones du Québec inc. (FAQ) / Quebec Native Women Inc. (QNW), Business Complex, 2 River Road, P.O. Box 1989, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-0088(450) 632-9280

First Choice Gas Station, General Delivery, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-7211

First Nations TV, P.O. Box 1311, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 880-9449(450) 632-9066

First Nations Wireless, P.O. Box 1749, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-4441(450) 632-2692

Franklin Empire Electric, P.O. Box 1455, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-4407(450) 632-9954

Fun Bounce Inflatables, P.O. Box 1472, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-6236

G. Dione Construction, P.O. Box 333, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0

(450) 638-0790

G.D.’s Garage, P.O.Box 298, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-9891

Gail Horne’s Meat Pies, P.O. Box 689, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-5856

Gene’s Machines, P.O. Box 677, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-6975

Get Plastered, P.O. Box 1107, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-3115

Get-N-Go Gas Station, P.O. Box 643, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-1937(514) 835-2081

Golden Meadow’s Professional Certified Wedding Consultant & Event Planner, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (438) 580-5661(450) 638-5968

Goodleaf Consulting, P.O. Box 550, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-5108(450) 632-0665

Goodleaf Convenience, P.O. Box 1857, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-5103

Goodleaf Gas Station, P.O. Box 1256, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-4261

Gran Sport Auto, P.O.Box 553, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-1177

Host Hotel, General Delivery, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-4678

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Hurrican Fuel, General Delivery, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-9229

Iron Horse Wear House, P.O. Box 952, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-0873

J & J Mini Mart, P.O. Box 651, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-4545(450) 635-5949

J P Iroquois Woods, P.O. Box 1808, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-2381

J. R. Petroleum, P.O. Box 96, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-0571

J.R.’s Evergreen Lawn Service, P.O. Box 430, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 968-8401(450) 635-9173

Jacobs Excavation, P.O. Box 131, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-9796

Jacob’s Hardware & Supplies, P.O.Box 780, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-0328(450) 638-0368

Jacobs Taxi Service, P.O. Box 131, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-9396

Jacobs Woodwork & Cabinets, P.O. Box 963, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-3155

JFK Concrete, P.O. Box 1620, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-0110(450) 234-3227

JFK Quary, P.O. Box 1620, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-7625(450)638-2733

Jimmy Goodleaf’s Auto Supply, P.O.Box 560, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-5103

Joe Flo Musky Tackle, P.O. Box 721, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-8848

JoJo Nursery, P.O. Box 351, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-7095(450) 635-9861

Jungle Love, P.O. Box 338, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-7673

K-103 Mohawk Radio CKRK-FM (103,7 FM), P.O. Box 1050, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0(450) 638-1313(450) 638-4009

Kahkotsi:io Beauty Salon, P.O. Box 1629, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-9360

Kahnawà:ke Sustainable Energies, 2 River Road, 3e étage, C.P. 1110, Kahnawà:ke, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-4280

Kahnawake Computer Service, P.O. Box 449, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-8996

Kahnawake Crossfit, P.O. Box 15, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-8885

Kahnawake Driving Range, P.O.Box 391, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-0280

Kahnawake Dry Cleaning, P.O. Box 1139, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-2558(450) 635-5521

Kahnawake Environment Office, P.O. Box 1089, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-0600(450) 635-2787

Kahnewake Gas & Grocery, General Deliveery, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-7372

Kahnawake Hydro-Quebec, P.O. Box 166, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-2616

Kahnawake Lands Unit, P.O. Box 720, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-8244(418) 635-1773

Kahnawake Learning Center, P.O. Box 550, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-7878

Kahnawake Library, P.O. Box 1950, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 633-1016(450) 633-1017

Kahnawake Marina, P.O.Box 98, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-6061(450) 632-7991

Kahnawake Peacekeepers, P.O. Box 203, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-6505(450) 632-4763

Kahnawake Pizza & Subs, P.O. Box 1802, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 633-1583

Kahnawake Pool Supplies, P.O. Box 1139, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-2558(450) 635-5521

Kahnawake Social Development Unit, P.O. Box 720, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-0500(450) 632-0976

Kahnawake Sports Complex, P.O.Box 720, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-3311(450) 638-7063

Kahnawake Survival School, P.O. Box 1978, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-8831(450) 632-9081

Kahnawake Taxi, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 210-7599

Kahnawake Youth Center, P.O.Box 907, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-6601 Kahnawakenews.com, P.O. Box 841, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 591-6012

Kambry’s Smoothies, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-9119

Kateri Memorial Hospital Center, P.O. Box 10, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-3930(450) 638-4634

Kateri School, P.O. Box 100, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-3350

Keepers of the Eastern Door - Mohawk Singers and Dancers, P.O. Box 332, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-6521(450) 635-2174

Khanata Gas Bar, P.O. Box 1053, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-8487

Kirby Tree Service, P.O. Box 773, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-7506

Kwe Kwe Gourmet, P.O. Box 2015, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-5338

L. Albany Construction, P.O. Box 862, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-7503

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Lafleur Golf Club and Dining, P.O.Box 132, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0

(450) 638-0274

Leborgne Masonry, P.O. Box 474, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 820-7736(450) 638-7217

Legendz Barber Shop, P.O. Box 2397, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0

Leonard Homer Construction, P.O. Box 1287, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0

(450) 635-5304

Listen Entertainment Services, P.O. Box 480, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-2167

Lori’s Sewing, P.O. Box 640, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-3819

Martha Montour, Lawyer, Accredited Mediator and Other Professional Services, P.O. Box 939, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0

McComber Archery, P.O.Box 690, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0

(450) 635-3322

(450) 632-5732(450) 638-2586

McComber Fisheries, P.O. Box 1535, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-2892(450) 638-7742

McComber’s Convenience, P.O. Box 340, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-6225

McComber’s Fish and Game, Highway 138, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-2892(450) 638-7742

McWeld, P.O.Box 1119, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-3732

Megan Whyte, Artist, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0

Men at Work, P.O. Box 2087, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 649-2599

Mikies Taxi, P.O.Box 1784, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-3114(450) 635-4790

Millie’s Antiques, P.O. Box 1119, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-0266

MMA Fight Shop, P.O. Box 2242, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-6363(450) 638-1502

Mohawk Bingo, Route 138, P.O. Box 1149, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-6830(450) 638-3969

Mohawk Bridge Consortium, P.O. Box 2253, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-6063(450) 638-4990

Mohawk Council of Kahnawake, P.O.Box 720, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-7500(450) 638-5958

Mohawk Hills Golf & Country Club, P.O. Box 505, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-7446

Mohawk Internet Technologies, 1470 Route 138, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-4007(450) 638-9885

Mohawk Market, P.O. Box 2279, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-0099(450) 638-8960

Mohawk Masonry, P.O. Box 2278, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 820-7526

Mohawk Nation News, P.O. Box 991, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-9345

Mohawk Painting, P.O. Box 1636, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-3918

Mohawk Princess Productions, P.O. Box 1971, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 777-8759

Mohawk Royal Equestrain Centre, P.O. Box 1980, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 633-1444

Mohawk Wood Products, P.O. Box 746, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-4775

Mouchie’s Mobile Music, P.O. Box 327, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-9613(450) 632-7625

Musée Kateri Tekakwitha Museum, P.O.Box 70, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-6030

Musky Mike’s Charter Service, P.O. Box 432, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 795-7998

My Messy Kitchen Catering, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 561-3420

Mystic Pines Golf & Country Club, P.O. Box 279, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 817-7849

National Indian and Inuit Community Health Representatives Organization, 1 Roy Montour Lane, P.O. Box 1019, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-0892(450) 632-2111

North American Towing Service, P.O. Box 1712, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-4453

OCR Gas Bar and Car Wash, P.O. Box 53, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-7147

OCR Necessities & Gas Bar, P.O. Box 1354, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-8821

Okwaho’s Mohawk Moving Systems, P.O. Box 531, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-4357

Okwari Arts / Rapid Water Studio Gallery, Rte 138 West, Khanata Plaza, P.O. Box 389, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-7771(450) 632-7527

Old Malone Gas Bar, P.O. Box 53, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-7100(450) 632-0177

Organizational Development Services, P.O. Box 1440, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0(450) 632-6880

Patton’s Glen Golf Club, P.O. Box 1815, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-6132

Patton’s Woodcraft, P.O.Box 492, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-7126 Perron, Tonya - Lawyer, P.O. Box 38, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-9929(450) 638-7863

Playground Poker, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-4318

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Poissant & Deer Funeral Directors, P.O. Box 558, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-7960

Precision Audio Lab, P.O. Box 1795, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 516-4143

Pro Cut Tree Service, P.O. Box 695, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 293-6500

Quick 8 Construction, P.O. Box 1859, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-8808(450) 632-8804

R & S Construction, P.O. Box 2041, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (438) 887-8789

Rail, The @ Playground Poker, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-4318

Rakwatakwas Carpentry, P.O. Box 837, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-1953(450) 638-9084

Redwire Computers, General Delivery, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 867-4062

Revolutionary Creations, P.O. Box 1331, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-0818

Rice Mohawk Lawn & Landscaping, P.O. Box 430, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 999-7963(450) 638-6412

Ristorante La Vista, General Delivery, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 528-4782

Riverside Inn, P.O. Box 1636, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-6228(450) 635-8479

Robbie’s Smokehouse & Burger Bar, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0

Sequoia Soaps, P.O. Box 1443, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-2197

Simple Pleasures Catering, P.O. Box 1276, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-2630

Snake’s Poker, P.O. Box 1349, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-6999

Step-By-Step Child Family Center, P.O. Box 771, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-7603

Tammy Beauvais Designs, P.O. Box 1599, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-6757(514) 717-6757

Tewatohnhi’saktha (Kahnawake Economic Development Commission), P.O. Box 1110, 2 River Road, 3rd Floor - Kahnawake Business Complex, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0(450) 638-4280(450) 638-3276

The Barn , General Delivery, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-5757

The Batting Cage, General Delivery, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-1040

The Rail Coal Fire Bistro General Delivery, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-4318

Tota Màs Café, General Delivery, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-7500

Total Fitness, P.O. Box 933, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 464-4348

Delectable Delights, General Delivery, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-8995

Triple Delights Chocolate, P.O. Box 339, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 222-9561

Caisse Populaire Kahnawake, P.O. Box 1987, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-5464(450) 638-3411

Turtle Clan Construction, P.O. Box 1277, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 633-1062

Turtle Island Arts & Crafts, P.O.Box 77, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-8702

Two O Seven Steak and Seafood, General Delivery, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (438) 923-8236

Two Row Occupational Health & Safety Services, PO Box 1789, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 922-7120

United Church Office, General Delivery, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 632-7799

V.I.S.T.A. Seminars, P.O. Box 1117, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-4544(450) 635-9974

Victor K. Diabo Construction, P.O. Box 88, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-1866

Village Variety, P.O.Box 99, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-2445(450) 635-2648

Vision Design, P.O. Box 1798, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 898-1769

W.J.S. Gas Bar / Excavation, P.O. Box 1080, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-3986(450) 638-3589

Wacky Weedeaters, P.O. Box 2228, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 433-7245

Wayne’s Complete Tree Service, P.O. Box 1229, Old Malone Highway, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-7590

West Island Tree Service, P.O. Box 1526, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-1924(450) 638-4787

Wild Wild West, P.O. Box 1372, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 444-2373

Wine Barrel, General Delivery, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 635-1787

Wolfco, P.O. Box 1809, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-6679

Wolf’s Den, P.O.Box 743, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (450) 638-5270

WWK Stacey Printing & Office Supplies, P.O. Box 837, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0(450) 638-1953(450) 638-9084

Yes Sir Taxi, Kahnawake, (Québec), J0L 1B0 (514) 318-5070

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Kohsatens Stables, 501 Ste. Philomene, Kanesatake, (Québec), J0N 1E0 (450) 479-6822

Moccasin - Jo Coffee + Tea, 113 Ahsennenson, Kanesatake, (Québec), J0N 1E0 (450) 479-8415

Mohawk Council of Kanesatake, 681, Ste-Philomène, Kanesatake, (Québec), J0N 1E0(450) 479-8373(450) 479-8249

Onen’to:kon Treatment Center, P.O. Box 89, 380 St. Michel, Kanesatake, (Québec), J0N 1E0(450) 479-8353(450) 479-1034

Ratihente High School, 681-A Ste-Philomene, Kanesatake, (Québec), J0N 1E0 (450) 479-8373(450) 479-1904

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Mohawks Kanesatake

Territoire :

Communauté de Kanesatake et établissement de Doncaster

Situation géographique :

L’établissement de Kanesatake est situé sur la rive nord de l’Outaouais, à 53 kilomètres à l’ouest de Montréal.

Superficie :

Kanesatake : 958,05 hectares Doncaster : 7 896,2 hectares

Population : 2 513

Principales langues parlées : Mohawk, anglais et français

Gouvernement : Mohawk Council of Kanesatake 681, Ste-Philomène, Kanesatake, Québec J0N 1E0

Tél.: (450) 479-8373 Fax: (450) 479-8249 https://kanesatake.ca

Activités économiques : Agriculture, art et artisanat, commerces et services, construction, transport.

Commerces et services :

Confection de vêtements, mécanique automobile, dépanneurs, réparation de petits moteurs, ébénisteries, services ambulanciers, entrepreneur général, site de camping, équipement de bureau, vente et location de matériel de pêche, essence, vergers.

Infrastructure : Accès : Kanesatake est accessible par la route 344.

Réseau routier : 4 680 mètres de routes en gravier et 4 620 mètres en asphalte. Nombre de maisons : 327

Territory:

Community of Kanesatake and settlement of Doncaster

Geographical location:

The settlement if Kanesatake is located on the north shore of the Ottawa River, 53 km west of Montreal.

Area:

Kanesatake: 958.05 hectares Doncaster: 7,896.2 hectares

Population: 2,513

Principal languages spoken: Mohawk, English and French

Government:

Mohawk Council of Kanesatake 681, Ste-Philomène, Kanesatake, Québec J0N 1E0

Tél.: (450) 479-1690 Fax: (450) 479-1622 https://kanesatake.ca

Economic activities:

Agriculture, Arts and handicrafts, businesses and services, construction, transport.

Businesses and services:

Ambulance service, automobile repairs, cabinet making, camp ground, clothing manufacturing, convenience stores, fishing equipment, gasoline, general contraction, office equipment, apples, small engine repair.

Infrastructure:

Access: Kanesatake can be reached by Highway 344. Road network: 4,680 metres of gravel road and 4,620 metres of paved road. Number of houses: 327

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Asmall nomadic tribe of 1,500 Indians, the Naskapis lived south of Ungava Bay, between the Labrador coast and Hudson Bay until the 17th century. Since agriculture was impractical in thes northern lands, the Naskapis lived by trapping, hunting caribou, seal, migrating birds and fishing.

They hunted mainly caribou, and they followed the migration of the game. Hunting required families to split up during the winter when game was scarce and to regroup in the spring to hunt the herds of caribou returning from the south. These reunions were a cause for celebration and prayer. The women prepared the pelts used to make clothes, bags, tents, and strips for the snowshoes and drums.

The Naskapis have a culture and a language of their own; distinct from the language and traditions of all the other Native nations in Quebec. They preserved this way of life since the beginning ot the 20th century because they were in contact occasionally with Europeans, and with Quebecers after 1821.

When a fur post opened in the Schefferville region at Fort Nascopie in 1838, however, it disrupted the Naskapi way of life. Because the trading post was close to their encampment, they were encouraged to abandon the caribou hunt to trap small animals whose pelts fetched a good price.

The Naskapis quickly became dependant on the trading posts. This dependance cut ties among families frequenting different posts. The lack of communication meant the hunters did not know what path the herds of caribou were taking, and a lack of caribou meat caused a famine among the Naskapis that threatened the community’s existence. In 1949, the federal government had to send to Fort Chimo food rations and provided health care to the population.

In 1956, the federal government decided to move the Naskapi community to Schefferville. Over the course of twenty-five years, the Naskapis established good relations with the neighbouring Innus in the village of Matimekosh.

The signing of the Northeastern Quebec Agreement, in January 1978, marked a new turning point in the life of the Naskapis. In compensation for the loss of their lands and ancestral rights, they receive 9 million dollars. The Naskapis are also given a 41.1 km2 of (1A-N) land by the federal government for their exclusive use and a 284.9 km2 of (1B-N) land. They also have exclusive hunting and fishing rights on 4,144 km2. In the fall of 1984, they move into their new village, Kawawachikamach, 20 km north of Schefferville.

In 1984, the Cree-Naskapi Act exempted the latter from the Indian Act and granted them great administrative autonomy. The Naskapi Development Corporation was then created to ensure the socio-economic development of the community. The main economic activities of the community revolve around adventure tourism, construction, mining services and transportation, trapping of fur animals and handicrafts. Kawawachikamach has wellequipped community buildings, including a primary and secondary school, a CLSC, a fire station, a police station, a shopping center, a community center and a multi-purpose arena.

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NASKAPIS

LES NASKAPIS

Petite communauté nomade d’environ 1 500 autochtones, les Naskapis vivaient au XVIIe siècle, au sud de la Baie d’Ungava, entre la côte du Labrador et de la Baie d’Hudson. L’agriculture étant impraticable sur ces terres nordiques, les Naskapis tiraient leur subsistance de la chasse au caribou, au phoque et aux oiseaux migrateurs ainsi que de la pêche blanche.

La Nation Naskapi possède une culture et une langue spécifique et distincte des autres nations autochtones et Inuit. Ceux-ci ont pu préserver leur mode de vie traditionnel jusqu’au début du siècle, puisqu’ils n’ont été en contact que de façon occasionnelle avec les Européens, et par la suite avec les Québécois à partir de 1821.

Toutefois, l’ouverture d’un comptoir de fourrures dans la région de Schefferville, à FortNascopie, en 1838, vient bouleverser le mode de vie des Naskapis. L’installation de ce poste de traite à proximité de leur campement les encourage à abandonner leurs pratiques de chasse traditionnelle pour s’adonner au piégeage des animaux à fourrure, qui devient une bonne monnaie d’échange.

Les Naskapis deviennent vite dépendants des postes de traite. Cette dépendance entraîne une séparation des familles qui fréquentent différents postes de traite. Fautes d’échanges, les chasseurs ne connaissent plus la trajectoire suivie par les hardes de caribous. Privé de cette source d’alimentation, le peuple naskapi fait face à la famine qui menace l’existence de la communauté. Ainsi, en 1949, Fort-Chimo doit recourir à l’aide alimentaire et sanitaire du gouvernement fédéral pour assurer sa survie.

En 1956, le gouvernement fédéral décide de déménager la communauté naskapie à Schefferville. Durant vingt-cinq ans, les Naskapis font bon voisinage avec les Innus, dans le village de Matimekosh.

La signature de la Convention du Nord-Est québécois, en 1978, marque un nouveau tournant dans la vie de la population naskapie. En compensation de la perte de leurs territoires et droits ancestraux, on leur accorde 9 millions de dollars. Les Naskapis se voient concéder un territoire de 41,1 km2 (terre 1A-N) par le gouvernement fédéral pour leur usage exclusif ainsi qu’un terrain de 284,9 km2 (terre 1B-N). Ils disposent d’un territoire exclusif de chasse et de pêche de 4 144 km2. À l’automne 1984, ils déménagent dans leur nouveau village, Kawawachikamach, à 20 kilomètres au nord de Schefferville.

En 1984, la Loi sur les Cris et les Naskapis soustrait ces derniers à la Loi sur les Indiens et leur confère une grande autonomie administrative. La Société de développement des Naskapis est alors créée pour assurer le développement socioéconomique de la communauté. Les principales activités économiques de la communauté gravitent autour du tourisme d’aventure, de la construction, des services miniers et du transport, du piégeage d’animaux à fourrure et de l’artisanat. Kawawachikamach est doté d’édifices communautaires bien équipés, dont une école qui offre l’enseignement primaire et secondaire, un CLSC, une caserne de pompiers, un poste de police, un centre commercial, un centre communautaire et un aréna multifonctionnel.

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Naskapis

Territoire : Communauté de Kawawachikamach

Situation géographique :

Le territoire est situé à 15 kilomètres au nordest de Schefferville, près du lac Matemace.

Superficie : 326,34 kilomètres carrés

Population : 1 356

Principales langues parlées : Naskapis, anglais

Gouvernement :

Naskapi Nation of Kawawachikamach, P.O. Box 5111, Kawawachikamach, Québec G0G 2Z0 Tél.: (418) 585-2686 Fax: (418) 585-3130 http://www.naskapi.ca

Activités économiques :

Art et artisanat, piégeage, tourisme, pourvoirie, construction, transport.

Commerces et services :

Bureau de poste, essence, restauration, magasin général, arcade, vidéo, dépanneur.

Infrastructure :

Accès : la communauté est accessible par auto, train, ou par avion, depuis Sept-Îles. Réseau routier : 2 880 mètres de routes. Nombre de maisons : 160

Territory:

Community of Kawawachikamach

Geographical location:

The territory is located 15 km northeast of Schefferville, near Lake Matemace.

Area: 326.34 squares kilometres

Population: 1,356

Principal languages spoken: Naskapi, English Government:

Naskapi Nation of Kawawachikamach, P.O. Box 5111, Kawawachikamach, Québec G0G 2Z0

Tél.: (418) 585-2686 Fax: (418) 585-3130 http://www.naskapi.ca

Economic activities:

Arts and handicrafts, tourism, trapping, outfitting, construction, transport.

Businesses and services:

Gasoline, restaurant, general store, arcade, post office, video, gas bar, depanneur.

Infrastructure:

Access: the community can be reached by car, train or airplane from Sept-îles. Road network: 2,880 metres.

Number of houses: 160

Naskapi
Nation of Kawawachikamach
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Kawawachikamach

CLSC Naskapi (Community Local Services Centre), P.O. Box 5154, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0 (418) 585-2131(418) 585-2430

Drop-In-Centre, P.O. Box 5004, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0 (418) 585-3587(418) 585-3130

James Chescappio Memorial Learning Centre, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0(418) 585-2621

Jimmy Sandy Memorial School, P.O. Box 5152, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0(418) 585-3811(418) 585-3347

Jonathan Shecanapish’s Memorial Fire Station, P.O. Box 5111, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0 (418) 585-3297(418) 585-3267

Kathleen Tooma Beautiful Dawn Centre, 177 Chittspattio Road, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0 (418) 585-2663

Kawawachikamach Energy Services Inc., P.O. Box 5036, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0(418) 585-3271(418) 585-2439

Kawawachikamach Gas Bar, P.O. Box 5112, Kawawachikamach, (Quebec) GOG 2Z0 (418) 585-2070(418) 585-3267

Manikin Center, P.O. Box 5113, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0 (418) 585-3660(418) 585-2737

Naskapi Arts & Crafts Shop, P.O. Box 5113, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0(418) 585-3660(418) 585-2737

Naskapi Catering LP, P.O. Box 5111, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0 (418) 585-2686(418) 585-3130

Naskapi Department of Public Works, P.O. Box 5112, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0(418) 585-3650(418) 585-3267

Naskapi Community Center, General Delivery, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0 (418) 585-3059(418) 585-2164

Naskapi Development Corporation - Société de Développement Naskapis / Kawawachikamach, P.O.Box 5153, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0 (418) 585-2612(418) 585-3953

Naskapi Gas Bar & Garage Inc., P.O. Box 5111, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0(418) 585-2070(418) 585-3267

Naskapi Heavy Machinery LP, P.O. Box 5111, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0 (418) 585-2888(418) 585-2889

Naskapi Housing Maintenance, P.O. Box 5140, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0(418) 585-3650(418) 585-3267

Naskapi Hunters Support Program, P.O. Box 5111, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0(418) 585-2686(418) 585-3130

Naskapi Justice Healing Committee, P.O. Box 5121, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0(418) 585-2186(418) 585-3810

Naskapi Landholding Corporation, PO Box 5111, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0(418) 585-2686

Naskapi Nation of Kawawachikamach, P.O. Box 5111, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0(418) 585-2686(418) 585-3130

Naskapi NNADAP Program, P.O. Box 5111, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0 (418) 585-8020(418) 585-3130

Naskapi Northern Wind Radio Station (CJCK-FM 89,9), P.O. Box 5153, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0 (418) 585-2111(418) 585-3953

Naskapi Police Force, P.O. Box 5011, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0 (418) 585-2293(418) 585-2294 Naskapi Post Office, General Delivery, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0 (418) 585-3097(418) 585-2737

Naskapi Recreation Facility, P.O. Box 5004, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0 (418) 585-2123(418) 585-2446

Naskapi Wellness Center , 1008 Naskapi Road, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0 (418) 585-8020

Municipal Garage, P.O. Box 5112, Kawawachikamach, (Quebec) GOG 2Z0 (418) 585-2603(418) 585-2634

Pimi Naskinnuk LP, P.O. Box 5111, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0 (418) 585-2686(418) 585-3130

Sachidun ChildCare Center, P.O. Box 5075, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0(418) 585-2020(418) 585-2050

Shinapest Tooma Memorial Arena, General Delivery, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0 (418) 585-2264

Shinapest Tooma Memorial Arena Restaurant, General Delivery, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0 (418) 585-2772

Sichuun Inc., 96 rue Atlantic, Schefferville (Québec), G0G 2T0 (418) 585-8000

Social Services of CLSC Naskapi, P.O. Box 5154, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0(418) 585-3507(418) 585-2430

St. John’s Anglican Church, P.O. Box 5119, Kawawachikamach, (Québec), G0G 2Z0 (418) 585-2557(418) 585-3130

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MALISEET MALISEET

The Maliseet nation was a member of the Wabanaki Confederacy that controlled much of the Maritimes and New England. The Maliseet themselves are original natives of the area between New Brunswick and Maine, and are part of the Algonquian linguistic family. The Maliseet and Passamaquoddy people are closely related to each other. They spoke dialects of the same language, and shared the same custom and history. The Maliseet were also closely tied with Abenaki in Québec, Mi’kmaq in Maritimes and Penobscot Indians in Maine. The main Maliseet settlement was Medoctec, along the banks of the St. John River.

River people, the Maliseet were expert fishermen, using pronged spears to catch fish from their birch bark canoes. The Maliseet also hunted deer and moose; while men did the hunting and fishing, women harvested corn and gathered fruits. The Maliseet were considered semi-nomadic people. They lived in small round structures called wigwams, and traditionally wore the moccasins and beaded clothing.

The acquaintance of the Maliseet with the French began probably even earlier than the voyage of Cartier in 1535, through the medium of the fishing fleets which to the French as early as 1558, but the tribe is first mentioned, under the name of Etchemin, in 1604, by Champlain, who entered the mouth of this river close to Quebec city and was welcomed by the natives with feasts and dances. The Maliseet were allies with Mi’kmaq and Abenaki against the Iroquois, and allies to the French during the colony wars. They were considered a key element in the French defence against the English invaders. In 1728, however, the Maliseet ratified a peace treaty concluded in Boston with the English. Under this treaty, the Indians of New England and Nova Scotia recognized British sovereignty over Nova Scotia. The resentment of the Maliseet towards the English continued until the surrender of Québec City in 1763.

The main settlement Medoctec was finally abandoned around 1765. Since 1801, the federal government has established several reserves in western New Brunswick and in Québec. A few (about 100) stayed at Viger in Quebec and in eastern Maine; the Maliseet were all in New Brunswick, distributed upon small reserves, of which the most important was Tobique, with a population of about 200 individuals at that time.

Most of the territory of Atlantic Canada derives from Aboriginal treaties with the crown. The 1763 proclamation reserved all the lands in Atlantic Canada as the "Hunting Grounds" of the Indian nations and tribes, the only exemption being for land that was either ceded or purchased. The provinces of Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Quebec were originally part of Mi'kma'ki. The treaties signed with the Mi'kma'ki were intended to protect the aboriginal hunting grounds in the Atlantic.

Today, the Maliseet First Nation continues to prosper. Their economy is based on fishing, forestry, services and tourism. There are more than 6000 registered Maliseet in Canada, 745 in Québec and close to 5400 in New Brunswick.

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Maliseet Kingsclear

Access

Kingsclear First Nation is located 14.4 km west of Fredericton.

Area 374.7 ha.

Population

Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian (Maliseet)

Mother Tongue: Maliseet, English

Government

Kingsclear First Nation

Address: 77 French Village Road, Kingsclear First Nation, NB E3E 1K3 Tel.: (506) 363-3028 Fax: (506) 363-4324

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: Unaffiliated Provincial Organization: Union of New Brunswick Indians Industries

Fishing, manufacturing industry, services and trades.

Community Services and Facilities

Band office, school and community access centre, band hall, and convenience.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant, Eastlink Radio: n.a. Newspapers: n.a. Television: All major channels Internet Access: Yes Utilities

Water: n.a. Sewage: n.a. Other waste: n.a. Energy/electricity: n.a.

Historical Notes

The reserve was established in 1814.

Maliseet

Kingsclear

First Nation Band Hall, 77 French Village Road, Kingsclear First Nation, NB, E3E 1K3 (506) 363-3028(506) 363-4324

Kingsclear

Kingsclear First Nation ETO, 77 French Road, Kinsclear First Nation, NB, E3E 1K3 (506) 363-3022(506) 363-4324

Kingsclear First Nation, 77 French Village Road, Kingsclear First Nation, NB, E3E 1K3 (506) 363-3028(506) 363-4324

Wulastukw Convenience Store, 77 French Village Road, Kingsclear First Nation, NB, E3E 1K3(506) 363-5518(506) 363-5833

Wulastukw Elementary School, 77 French Village Road, Kinsclear First Nation, NB, E3E 1K3(506) 363-3019

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Maliseet

Madawaska Maliseet Fist Nation

Access

The Madawaska

Maliseet First Nation inhabits the St. Basile Reserve which is located 1.6 km east of Edmundston. On Highway 144 and Trans-Canada Highway.

Area 310 ha.

Population

367

Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian Mother Tongue: French, English

Government

Madawaska Maliseet First Nation

Address: 1771 Main Street, Madawaska Maliseet First Nation, NB E7C 1W9 Tel.: (506) 739-9765 Fax: (506) 735-0024

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: Saint John River Valley District Tribal Council Provincial Organization: Union of New Brunswick Indians Industries

Trades, retail and service industries, entertainment centre.

Community Services and Facilities

Administration office, recreation centre, economic development, alcohol and drug program, education, community health representative, community nurse, gas bar, smoke shop, fitness center, municipal garage.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant, Eastlink Radio: n.a. Newspapers: Drumbeat Television: All major channels Internet Access: Yes Utilities

Water: n.a. Sewage: n.a. Other waste: n.a. Energy/electricity: n.a.

Historical Notes

The reserve was established prior to 1867. Before the arrival of the first Acadian settlers in about 1784, the Upper St.John River valley was home to Native Peoples, in particular to the Wulustukieg or Malecite (Maliseet) Nation, who were members of the Wabanaki Alliance (a confederation of native nations), a branch of the Algonquin peoples. The very name Madawaska is from the Malecite's Algonquin language: "madawes" -- porcupine, "kak" -- place.

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Maliseet Madawaska Maliseet Fist Nation

Eagle View Smoke Shop, 1814 Main Street, Madawaska Maliseet First Nation, NB, E7C 1X1(506) 737-9003

J. Bernard & Sons Excavating & Paving, 1671 Main Street, Madawaska First Nation, NB, E7C 1W9 (506) 739-0101(506) 739-5742

Madawaska Entertainment Center, 1791 Main Street, Madawaska Maliseet First Nation, NB, E7C 1W9 (506) 735-1752

Madawaska Maliseet First Nation Community Health, 1771 Main Street, Madawaska Maliseet First Nation, NB, E7C 1W9 (506) 735-0676(506) 735-1746

Madawaska Maliseet First Nation Community Nurse, 1771 Main Street, Madawaska Maliseet First Nation, NB, E7C 1W9 (506) 735-0676(506) 735-1746

Madawaska Maliseet First Nation Education, 1771 Main Street, Madawaska Maliseet First Nation, NB, E7C 1W9 (506) 739-9765(506) 735-0024

Madawaska Maliseet First Nation Headstart, 1771 Main Street, Madawaska Maliseet First Nation, NB, E7C 1W9 (506) 739-9765(506) 735-0676

Madawaska Maliseet First Nation Housing, 1771 Main Street, Madawaska Maliseet First Nation, NB, E7C 1W9 (506) 739-9765(506) 735-0024

Madawaska Maliseet First Nation, 1771 Main Street, Madawaska Maliseet First Nation, NB, E7C 1W9 (506) 739-9765(506) 735-0024

Madawaska Maliseet Native Alcohol and Drug Program, 1771 Main Street, Madawaska Maliseet First Nation, NB, E7C 1W9 (506) 735-1751(506) 735-1746

Pirate de la Mer, 1791 Main Street, Madawaska Maliseet First Nation, NB, E7C 1W9(506) 735-7111

St-John Valley Gas Bar, 1637 Main Street, Madawaska Maliseet First Nation, NB, E7C 1W6(506) 735-1885(506) 735-3701

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Maliseet

Population

667 Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian (Maliseet) Mother Tongue: Maliseet, English

Government:

Oromocto First Nation Address: P.O. Box 417, Oromocto, NB E2V 2J2 Tel.: (506) 357-2083 Fax: (506) 357-2628

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: Saint John River Valley District Tribal Council Provincial Organization: Union of New Brunswick Indians Industries

Most jobs are in agriculture, fishing industry, wholesale and retail trade, education and health sector, also construction and manufacturing.

Oromocto

Access:

The Oromocto Band inhabits the Oromocto Reserve which is located north and adjacent to Gagetown.

Area: 27.3 ha.

Community Services and Facilities

Administration office, day care and Aboriginal Headstart program, health centre, child and family services, gas station.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant, Eastlink Radio: n.a. Newspapers: n.a. Television: All major channels Internet Access: Yes

Utilities

Water: n.a. Sewage: n.a. Other waste: n.a. Energy/electricity: n.a.

Historical Notes

The reserve was established in 1895.

Oromocto

Canada Seafood Products Inc., 121 Waasis Road, Oromocto, NB, E2V 2V4 (506) 476-2035(506) 455-5202

George & Sons Woodworking, 4 Wela-mooktook Street, Oromocto, NB, E2V 2R6 (506) 357-2288(506) 357-2199

Oromocto First Nation Fisheries, P.O. Box 417, Station Main, Oromocto, NB, E2V 2J2(506) 357-2093(506) 357-4812

Oromocto First Nation Fuels, 2 Hiawatha Avenue, Oromocto, NB, E2V 2J2 (506) 446-4847(506) 446-9046

Oromocto First Nation Headstart Program and Day Care, 35 Nikie Drive, P.O. Box 21014, Oromocto, NB, E2V 2R9 (506) 357-3570(506) 357-3572

Oromocto First Nation Wel-A-Mook-Took Health Centre, P.O. Box 21014, Oromocto, NB, E2V 2R9 (506) 357-1027(306) 357-1026

Oromocto First Nation, 33 Hiawatha Avenue, P.O. Box 417, Oromocto, NB, E2V 2J2 (506) 357-2083(506) 357-2628

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Businesses and organizations Maliseet

Maliseet Saint Mary’s

Businesses and

Bear Construction Ltd., 120 Maliseet Drive, Saint Mary's First Nation, Fredericton, NB, E3A 2V9 (506) 453-7891(506) 459-7001

Chief Harold Sappier Memorial Elementary School, 305 Maliseet Drive, Saint Mary's First Nation, Fredericton, NB, E3A 5R7 (506) 462-9683(506) 462-9686 Earthly Enhancements Landscaping, 207 Paul Street, Fredericton, NB, E3A 2V7 (506) 470-5629

Gabriel Electric Ltd., 35 Maliseet Drive, Fredericton, NB, E3A 2W1 (506) 474-1123(506) 458-8114

Kchikhusis Commercial Centre / Saint Mary's Retail Sales, 150 Cliffe Street , Saint Mary's First Nation, Fredericton, NB, E3A 0A1 (506) 452-9367(506) 462-9629

Kchikhusis Daycare, 150 Cliffe Street, Fredericton, NB, E3A 0A1 (506) 452-7019

Paul's Pottery, 260 Maliseet Drive, Saint Mary's First Nation, Fredericton, NB, E3A 2V9(506) 474-0721

Saint Mary's Cultural Centre, 35 Dedham Street, Saint Mary's First Nation, Fredericton, NB, E3A 2V2 (506) 454-2186(506) 462-9491

Saint Mary's Entertainment Centre, 185 Gabriel Drive, Saint Mary's First Nation, Fredericton, NB, E3A 5V9 (506) 462-9300(506) 462-9333

Saint Mary's First Nation Child and Family Services, 440 Highland Avenue, Fredericton, NB, E3A 2S6 (506) 452-2750(506) 452-2759

Saint Mary's First Nation Veterans Memorial Health Centre, 440 Highland Avenue, Fredericton, NB, E3A 2S6 (506) 452-2750(506) 452-2759

Saint Mary's First Nation, 150 Cliffe Street, Box R2, Fredericton, NB, E3A 0A1 (506) 458-9511(506) 462-9491

Saint Mary's Forestry, 150 Cliffe Street, Box R2, Fredericton, NB, E3A 0A1 (506) 459-2200(506) 452-2763

Saint Mary's Gas Bar, 150 Cliff Street, Fredericton, NB, E3A 0A1 (506) 458-5400(506) 462-9680

Saint Mary's Lasting Impressions, 150 Cliff Street, Fredericton, NB, E3A 0A1 (506) 458-8531(506) 462-9680

Saint Mary's Smoke Shop, 150 Cliffe Street, Saint Mary's First Nation, Fredericton, NB, E3A 0A1 (506) 462-9603

Saint Mary's Supermarket, 150 Cliffe Street, Saint Mary's First Nation, Fredericton, NB, E3A 0A1 (506) 462-9604(506) 462-9680

Saint Mary's Tree Service, 56 Sappier Street, Saint Mary's First Nation, Fredericton, NB, E3A 2T9 (506) 472-8441

Sitansisk Fisheries, 150 Cliffe Street, Box R2, Fredericton, NB, E3A 0A1 (506) 458-9511(506) 459-5202

Spirit Lake Taxidermy, 25 Barlow Court, Fredericton, NB, E3A 5V9 (506) 457-2497

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Maliseet

Population

1 849

Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Wolastoq (Maliseet)

Mother Tongue: Maliseet, English Government

Saint Mary’s Indian Band Address: 150 Cliffe Street, Box R2, Fredericton, NB E3A 0A1

Tel.: (506) 458-9511 Fax: (506) 462-9491

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: Provincial Organization: Union of New Brunswick Indians Industries

Retail and service industry, gaming, construction and forestry, arts and crafts, fishing.

Saint Mary’s

Access:

The St. Mary's Band inhabits the Devon and St. Mary's Reserves which are located on the north bank of the St. John River and 6 km east of Fredericton

Area: Devon No. 30: 125.8 ha.

St Mary’s No. 24: 1 ha.

Community Services and Facilities

Administration office, cultural centre, entertainment centre, school, hair salon, clothing, supermarket and gas bar.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant, Eastlink Radio: n.a.

Newspapers: n.a. Television: All major channels Internet Access: Yes Utilities

Water: City of Fredericton

Sewage: City of Fredericton

Other waste: City of Fredericton Energy/electricity: City of Fredericton

Historical Notes

The reserves were established in 1929 and 1867.

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TobiqueMaliseet

Adam's Plowing Service Ltd., 100 Main Street, Tobique First Nation, NB, E7H 2Y5 (506) 273-0136

Bodin's Crafts and Supplies, 275 Main Street, Tobique First Nation, NB, E7H 2X7 (506) 273-4066(506) 273-2258

First Rate Residential Construction, 48 Loop Road, Tobique First Nation, NB, E7H 2W5(506) 273-3735

Mah-Sos School, 270 Main Street, Tobique First Nation, NB, E7H 2Y8 (506) 273-5407(506) 273-5436

Maliseet Gas Bar & Convenience Store Ltd., 13094 Route 105, Tobique First Nation, NB, E7H 3Y4 (506) 273-4463(506) 273-3035

Maliseet Smoke Shop, 18 Main Street, Tobique First Nation, NB, E7H 2Y4 (506) 273-4320(506) 273-4321

Maliseet St. Anne's Catholic Church, 28 River Road, Tobique First Nation, NB, E7H 3T1(506) 273-3220

NeGoot-Gook Day Care, 3rd Street, Box 1567, Tobique First Nation, NB, E7H 4Z2 (506) 273-5536(506) 273-5420

RCMP - Tobique First Nation Detachment, 812 Boulevard E.H. Daigle, Grand Falls, NB, E3Z 3Z4 (506) 273-5003(506) 273-5005

Tobique Child and Family Services, 13102 Route 105, Tobique First Nation, NB, E7H 3Y2(506) 273-5405(506) 273-5432

Tobique Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centre & Family Balance Prevention Program, 23 Rehab Road, Tobique First Nation, NB, E7H 3M9 (506) 273-5403(506) 273-4286

Tobique Emergency Services, 286 Main Street, Tobique First Nation, NB, E7H 2Y8 (506) 273-5410(506) 273-5434

Tobique Employment and Training, 13100 Route 105, Tobique First Nation, NB, E7H 3Y2(506) 273-5533(506) 273-5435

Tobique First Nation, 13156 Route 105, Tobique First Nation, NB, E7H 5M7 (506) 273-5433(506) 273-3035

Tobique Fisheries, 13056 Route 105, Tobique First Nation, NB, E7H 3Y4 (506) 273-1843(506) 273-1849

Tobique Head Start, 240 Main Street, Tobique First Nation, NB, E7H 2Y8 (506) 273-5408

Tobique High Stakes VT, 24 Main Street, Tobique First Nation, NB, E7H 2Y3 (506) 273-1850(506) 273-1840

Tobique Post Secondary, 13100 Route 105, Tobique First Nation, NB, E7H 3Y2 (506) 273-5543(506) 273-5435

Tobique Social Services, 13156 Route 105, Tobique First Nation, NB, E7H 5M7 (506) 273-5400(506) 273-3035

Tobique Wellness Center, 278 Main Street, Tobique First Nation, NB, E7H 2Y8 (506) 273-5430(506) 273-5428

Tobique Youth Centre, 272 Main Street, Tobique First Nation, NB, E7H 2Y8 (506) 273-1858

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Tobique

Access:

Tobique reserve is located 27 km south of Grand Falls.

Area: 2724

Population

2 293 Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian (Maliseet)

Mother Tongue: Maliseet, English Government

Tobique First Nation

Address: 13156 Route 105, Tobique First Nation, NB E7H 5M7

Tel.: (506) 273-5400 Fax: (506) 273-3035

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: Mawiw Council Provincial Organization: n.a. Industries

Sales and services sector, trade and transportation, education, health and government service, business and administration, forestry, arts and crafts.

Community Services and Facilities

Band office, radio station, emergency services, fire department, drug and alcohol rehab centre, day care, employment and training, child and family services, church, youth centre, police, gas bar and convenience, pool hall and VT centre.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant, Eastlink

Radio: n.a.

Newspapers: n.a. Television: All major channels Utilities

Water: n.a.

Sewage: n.a. Other waste: n.a. Energy/electricity: n.a.

Historical Notes

The reserve was established in 1801.

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WoodstockMaliseet

Businesses and organizations

Dr. Michael Perley Preofessional Corporation, 1 Maliseet Drive, Woodstock First Nation, NB, E7M 4J5 (506) 328-8813(506) 328-9387

Eagles Nest Bingo, 150 Hodgden Road, Woodstock First ation, NB, E7M 4L4 (506) 328-1600(506) 328-1601

Maliseet Fuels II, Mowin Lane, Woodstock First ation, NB, E7M 4K6 (506) 328-0491

Maliseet Fuels, 3 Wulastook Court, Woodstock First ation, NB, E7M 4K6 (506) 328-0580(506) 328-2420

Saint John River Valley Tribal Council, 7 Wulastook Court, Woodstock First ation, NB, E7M 4K6 (506) 328-0400(506) 328-0987

Woodstock First Nation Police, 3 Wulastook Court, Woodstock First ation, NB, E7M 4K6(506) 325-8114

Woodstock First Nation Preschool, 6 Eagles Nest Drive, Woodstock First Nation, NB, E7M 4J3 (506) 328-4332

Woodstock First Nation, 3 Wulastook Court, Woodstock First Nation, NB, E7M 4K6 (506) 328-3303(506) 328-2420

Woodstock First Nations Health Centre, 10 Turtle Lane, Woodstock First Nation, NB, E7M 3B4 (506) 325-3570(506) 325-3580

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Population

1 005

Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian (Maliseet)

Mother Tongue: Maliseet, English Government

Woodstock First Nation

Address: 3 Wulastook Court, Woodstock First Nation, NB E7M 4K6

Tel.: (506) 328-3303 Fax: (506) 328-2420

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: Saint John River Valley Tribal Council Provincial Organization: Union of New Brunswick Indians Industries

Fishing and hunting, forestry, retail and service industry, arts and crafts

Community Services and Facilities

Administration office, health centre, gas station, police, preschool and day care.

Woodstock

Access:

The Woodstock reserve is located 5 km south of Woodstock.

Area: 91.5 ha.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant, Eastlink

Radio: n.a.

Newspapers: n.a. Television: All major channels Internet Access: Yes Utilities Water: Sewage: Other waste: Energy/electricity:

Historical Notes

The Woodstock First Nation reserve was established in May 1851. But this was not the original reserve which was in Meductic, nine miles south of the Woodstock First Nation today. Before the technology of today like cars, airplanes, and various others, the people of the Woodstock First Nation would travel by canoe made of birch bark, foot or horse. The first Aboriginals at Woodstock were hunters. The caribou as well as beaver, muskrat, deer and moose were their main sources of food. Fishing was also a mean that brought in plenty of food for the families.

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MI’KMAQ MI’KMAQ

The first known inhabited Mi’kmaq site in the Maritimes has been dated back 10,600 years. Before the arrival of Europeans, their traditional territories included Nova Scotia, the Gaspé Peninsula of Québec, Prince Edward Island, the eastern coastal regions of New Brunswick, and later in the 17th Century some parts of Newfoundland. The term Mi’kmaq comes from their word nikmak, meaning “my-kin-friends”.

The Mi’kmaq lived in wigwams; the word “wigwam” originates from the word “wiknom”, meaning a dwelling. Wigwams were build using spruce poles tied up at top and spread out at bottom, and birch barks as shingles. Their clothing was made from the skins of mammals, birds and fish. A semi-nomadic people, the Mi’kmaq lived together in familial tribal groups, and they would move around between their seasonal villages. Because of living far north, the Mi’kmaq did very little farming but they were very skilled hunters and gatherers, especially on fishing sea mammals and harvesting wild berries; they were also known for their unique canoe skills.

Before the Europeans arrived, the entire Maritime region from east of St. John River to west of the St. Lawrence was know as Megumaage. It was divided into seven hunting districts with a chief for each district. Each of the districts was made up of several villages with each village has its own chief. While each group tended to live on its own, the whole community would assemble to make collective decisions in critical times, such as war. All of the district chiefs would convene in a Grand Council to achieve a consensus, and elect one of their members ‘Grand Saqamaw’ to act as their spokesman with outsiders. The wampum belts were used by each tribe to record its history.

The Mi’kmaq made their first recorded contact with Europeans in 1497 and the first permanent European settlement in the Maritimes was at Port Royal in 1605. The French settlers and Mi’kmaq became friends through the fur trade. The Mi’kmaq acted as middleman between the Europeans and the other native group. The British’s attack on the French settlements in the Mi’kmaq territory in 1613 convinced the Mi’kmaq that the British were their enemy. Since then, the hostilities between French/Mi’kmaq and the British lasted on and off for over 150 years. The Mi’kmaq have been at peace since 1779, and treaties signed during the early 1800s established the reserves which the Mi’kmaq still occupy in the Maritimes today.

The Mi’kmaq population was estimated between 3,000 and 20,000 before the contact with Europeans. The epidemics and typhus outbreak drastically reduced its population to as low as 1,800 in early 19th Century.

Today, there are over 27,600 registered Mi’kmaq in the Martimes and Québec including 9 bands and over 6, 750 Mi’kmaq in New Brunswick, 1 band and 2,385 Mi’kmaq in Newfoundland, 13 bands and more than 12,700 Mi’kmaq in Nova Scotia, 2 bands and over 1,000 Mi’kmaq in Prince Edward Island, and 3 bands over 4,800 Mi’kmaq in Québec.

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Buctouche

Access

The Buctouche Band inhabits the Buctouche Reserve which covers 154 acres and is located 2 miles southwest of Buctouche.

Area 62.32 Ha.

Population

119

Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian (Micmac)

Mother Tongue: Micmac, English Government

Buctouche First Nation

Address: 9 Reserve Road, Bouctouche Reserve, NB E4S 4G2

Tel.: (506) 743-2520 Fax: (506) 743-8995

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: North Shore Micmac District Council Provincial Organization: Union of New Brunswick Indians Industries

Forestry, tourism, arts and crafts

Community Services and Facilities

Band office, cultural and health centre are located on the reserve.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant, Eastlink

Radio: n.a.

Newspapers: n.a.

Television: All major channels

Internet Access: Yes Utilities Water: n.a. Sewage: n.a. Other waste: n.a. Energy/electricity: n.a.

Historical Notes

The reserve was established in September of 1810.

Buctouche

4 Directions, 9 Reserve Road, Buctouche Reserve, NB, E4S 4G2 (506) 743-2524(506) 743-2523

Buctouche First Nation Economic Development Office, 9 Reserve Road, Buctouche Reserve, NB, E4S 4G2 (506) 743-2520(506) 743-8995

Buctouche First Nation Health Centre, 9 Reserve Road, Buctouche Reserve, NB, E4S 4G2(506) 743-2537(506) 743-2536

Buctouche First Nation, 9 Reserve Road, Buctouche Reserve, NB, E4S 4G2 (506) 743-2520(506) 743-8995

Buctouche Micmac Band Headstart / Daycare, 9 Reserve Road, Buctouche Reserve, NB, E4S 4G2 (506) 743-2173

River of the Little Fire Inc., 14 Reserve Road, Buctouche Reserve, NB, E4S 4G4 (506) 743-8084

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Businesses and organizations Mi’kmaq

Eel GroundMi’kmaq

Businesses and

Assembly First Nations Regiona Chief - New Brunswick/Prince Edward Island, 8 Gitpo Road, Eel Ground First Nation, NB, E1V 4E4 (506) 625-7878

Beaver Enterprises, 43 Riverview Road West, Eel Ground, NB, E1V 4G2 (506) 627-4611

Craft and Grow, 60 Micmac Road, Eel Ground, NB, E1V 4B1 (506) 624-9317

Eel Ground Child and Family Services, 47 Church Road, Eel Ground, NB, E1V 4E6 (506) 627-4610(506) 627-4602

Eel Ground Community Bingo, 47 Church Road, Eel Ground, NB, E1V 4E6 (506) 627-4600(506) 627-4602

Eel Ground Community Development Centre, 40 Micmac Road, Eel Ground, NB, E1V 4B1(506) 627-4604(506) 627-4605

Eel Ground First Nation School, 55 Church Road, Eel Ground, NB, E1V 4E6 (506) 627-4615(506) 627-4621

Eel Ground First Nation Social Development, 47 Church Road, Eel Ground, NB, E1V 4E6(506) 627-4600(506) 627-4602

Eel Ground First Nation, 47 Church Road, Eel Ground, NB, E1V 4E6 (506) 627-4600(506) 627-4602

Eel Ground Head Start, 2 Riverview Road East, Eel Ground, NB, E1V 4G1 (506) 627-4612(506) 627-4602

Eel Ground Health Centre, 364 Micmac Road, Eel Ground, NB, E1V 4B1 (506) 627-4667(506) 627-4715

Joe's Kwik Way, 35 Micmac Road, Eel Ground, NB, E1V 4B6 (506) 622-3597(506) 622-6194

KEJU Development, 9 Pine Street, Eel Ground, NB, E1V 4C2 (506) 622-1756

Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Rehabilitation - Rising Sun, 31 Riverview Road West, Eel Ground, NB, E1V 4G2 (506) 627-4626(506) 627-4627

North Shore Mi'kmaq District Council Post-Secondary Education, 38 Micmac Road, Eel Ground, NB, E1V 1B1 (506) 627-1383(506) 627-4613

North Shore Mi'kmaq District Council, 38 Micmac Road, Eel Ground, NB, E1V 4B1 (506) 627-4611(506) 627-4613

Ray & Ray Carpet Cleaning & Upholstery, 39 Riverview West, Eel Ground, NB, E1V 4G2(506) 622-5936

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Mi’kmaq

Population

1 032

Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian (Micmac)

Mother Tongue: Micmac, English Government

Eel Ground First Nation

Address: 47 Church Road, Eel Ground, NB, E1V 4E6 Tel.: (506) 627-4600 Fax: (506) 627-4602

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: North Shore Micmac District Council Industries

Forestry, fishing, trades and service sector, arts and crafts.

Community Services and Facilities

The band hall is the centre of the community. It holds the offices of Chief and Councils as well as community social services. It is also the place for weekly bingos, wedding receptions and other community events. Many other services and facilities can be found on the reserves as well: school for grades k-8, Rehabilitation centre, community development centre offering continuing education programs, group home, police, child and family service, health centre and Headstart program.

Eel Ground

Access:

Eel Ground First Nation

Community is situated on the banks of the Miramichi River in northern New Brunswick. The community inhabits Eel Ground which the majority members of the community live on, Big Hole Tract and Renous Reserves. They are all located within 28 km of Miramichi City.

Area:

Eel Ground No. 2: 1072.8 ha

Big Hole Tract No. 8 (South Half): 1740.2 ha Renous No. 12: 10 ha

Communications

Telephone: Aliant, Eastlink

Radio: n.a.

Newspapers: n.a.

Television: All major channels Internet Access: Yes

Utilities

Water: n.a.

Sewage: n.a.

Other waste: n.a.

Energy/electricity: n.a.

Historical Notes

The reserve was established in 1783. Eel Ground First Nation was limited as a result of a treaty between King John Julien and King George. At that time England's King George had given Eel Ground six miles of land on both sides of the Southwest and Little Southwest Miramichi. Today Eel Ground consists of three tracts of land with total of 2823 hectares.

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Eel River Bar First NationMi’kmaq

Businesses and organizations

Eel River Bar Child and Family Services, 11 Main Street, Unit 201, Eel River Bar First Nation, NB, E8C 1A1 (506) 684-5654

Eel River Bar First Nation Economic Development Office, 11 Main Street, Unit 201, Eel River Bar First Nation, NB, E8C 1A1 (506) 684-6277(506) 684-6283

Eel River Bar First Nation, 11 Main Street, Unit 201, Eel River Bar First Nation, NB, E8C 1A1 (506) 684-6277(506) 684-6283

Eel River Bar Headstart, 11 Main Street, Unit 217, Eel River Bar First Nation, NB, E8C 1A1(506) 684-6305(506) 684-6282

Eel River Bar Medical Services, 11 Main Street, Unit 207, Eel River Bar First Nation, NB, E8C 1A1 (506) 684-6297

Eel River Bar Native Alcohol and Drug Program, 11 Main Street, Unit 201, Eel River Bar First Nation, NB, E8C 1A1 (506) 684-6293

Eel River Bar Pre-School, 11 Main Street, Unit 201, Eel River Bar First Nation, NB, E8C 1A1(506) 684-6307

G and L Trophies, 29 Blueberry Point Road, Eel River Bar First Nation, NB, E8C 2Y6 (506) 684-3203

Glooscap Homebuilders, 19 Blueberry Point Road, Eel River Bar First Nation, NB, E8C 2Y6(506) 684-2445

LaBillois Lobster Shop, 28 Beach Road, Eel River Bar First Nation, NB, E8C 2Y4 (506) 684-5208

Narvie Fisheries & Forestry, 2 Bayview Lane, Eel River Bar First Nation, NB, E8C 2Y1 (506) 684-5480(506) 684-4513

Pictou Trucking, 26 Main Street, Eel River Bar First Nation, NB, E8C 3A4 (506) 684-4534(506) 684-9803

Simonson's Auto, 1 Beach Road, Eel River Bar First Nation, NB, E8C 2Y2 (506) 684-2659

Simonson's Grocery, 5 Main Street, Eel River Bar First Nation, NB, E8C 2Z7 (506) 684-3125

Ulnooweg Development Group Inc. - Eel River Bar Office, 11 Main Street, Unit 211, Eel River Bar First Nation, NB, E8C 1A1 (506) 259-1952

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Mi’kmaq

Eel River Bar First Nation

Access:

The main reserve, Eel River Bar, is located 3.2 km south of Dalhousie, off highway 134.

Area:

Eel River No. 3: 122 ha

Indian Ranch: 45.7 Moose Meadows No. 4: 404.7

Population

727

Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian (Micmac)

Mother Tongue: Micmac, English

Government

Eel River Bar First Nation

Address: 11 Main Street, Unit 201, Dalhousie, NB E8C 1A1

Tel.: (506) 684-6277 Fax: (506) 684-6283

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: North Shore Micmac District Council Provincial Organization: Union of New Brunswick Indians Industries

Fishing, forestry, manufacturing industry, retail and trades, service sector, economic development and construction

Community Services and Facilities

Administration building, Headstart program, pre-school, child and family services, alcohol and drug program, ball park, medical services, convenience and grocery store, bed and breakfast.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant, Eastlink

Radio: n.a.

Newspapers: n.a.

Television: n.a.

Internet Access: Yes Utilities

Water: n.a.

Sewage: n.a.

Other waste: n.a.

Energy/electricity: n.a.

Historical Notes

The Eel River Band inhabits the Eel River, Moose Meadows, and Indian Ranch Reserves which cover a total of 572.4 hectares and are located within 32 km south of Dalhousie. The reserves were established in 1807 and 1978.

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Elsipogtog First NationMi’kmaq

Augustine's Renovation, 43 Maple Street, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2Y2 (506) 523-6448

Augustine's Variety, 373 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S3 (506) 523-9277(506) 523-9277

Bear Paw Production, 17 Union Street, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2Z5 (506) 523-4116

Bud's Smoke Shop, 427 Graham Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2T8 (506) 523-1889

C.L.C.D., 241 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S1 (506) 523-4704(506) 523-4743

Cara's Cafe, 34 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S4 (506) 523-6601

CFTI 101.1 F.M., 77 Main Street, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2W8 (506) 523-7339(506) 523-4142

Chief Young Eagle Recreation Centre, 241 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S1(506) 523-8279(506) 523-8230

Clair Louis - Basket Maker, 180 West Main Street, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2X8 (506) 523-6109

Clifton's Wood Burning, P.O. Box 1138, Rexton, NB, E4W 5N6 (506) 523-4215

Crafty Lady, P.O. Box 1138, Rexton, NB, E4W 5N6 (506) 524-9197

Elsipogtog Adult Education Centre, 6 Ball Park Street, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2R9 (506) 523-8246(506) 523-8364

Elsipogtog Alcohol and Drug Prevention Program, 205 - 2 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S1 (506) 523-8320(506) 523-8321

Elsipogtog Ambulance Service, 205 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S1 (506) 523-8227(506) 523-8232

Elsipogtog Child and Family Services, 373 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S3 (506) 523-8224(506) 523-8226

Elsipogtog Crisis Centre, 349 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S3 (506) 523-5999(506) 523-0139

Elsipogtog Day Care Centre, 208 Main Street, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2X9 (506) 523-8305

Elsipogtog Economic Development, 29 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S1 (506) 523-4726(506) 523-8350

Elsipogtog Federal School, 356 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S6 (506) 523-8240(506) 523-8235

Elsipogtog First Nation Education, 342 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S6 (506) 523-4608(506) 523-8234

Elsipogtog First Nation Family Wellness, P.O. Box 1078, Rexton, NB, E4W 5N6 (506) 523-4666(506) 523-8226

Elsipogtog First Nation, 373 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S3 (506) 523-8200(506) 523-8230

Elsipogtog Fisheries, 51 Hill Street, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2V4 (506) 523-8267(506) 523-8205

Elsipogtog Forestry, 230 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S5 (506) 523-4736(506) 523-2009

Elsipogtog Headstart Centre, 361 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S3 (506) 523-8254(506) 523-8226

Elsipogtog Health Centre, 205 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S1 (506) 523-8227(506) 523-8232

Elsipogtog Home Community Care, 205 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S1 (506) 523-8227(506) 523-8232

Elsipogtog Maintenance, 373 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S3 (506) 523-4751(506) 523-8230

Elsipogtog Priest House, 202 Main Street, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2X9 (506) 523-9788(506) 523-6219

Elsipogtog Psychology, 205 - 2 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S1 (506) 523-8222(506) 523-8321

Elsipogtog R.C.M.P., 206 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S3 (506) 523-8282(506) 523-8204

Elsipogtog Restorative Justice, 205 - 2 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S1 (506) 523-4747(506) 523-8321

Elsipogtog St. Anne's Church, 199 Main Street, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2W9 (506) 523-7578

Elsipogtog Welfare, 373 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S3 (506) 523-4676(506) 523-4651

Elsipogtog Youth Center, 250 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S5 (506) 523-4741(506) 523-6082

Francis Excavation, 139 Main Street, Unit 1, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2W9 (506) 523-0992(506) 523-9448

Frank's Rustic, 244 Levi Street, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2W6 (506) 524-9832

Jac's Pawnshop, 72 Army Street, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2R7 (506) 523-4544(506) 523-8098

Jen's Beaded Flowers, 73 Echo Drive, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2T4 (506) 523-7463

Joe and Irene's Baskets, 467 Main Street, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2X4 (506) 523-9868

Levi and Levi Amusement, 142 Main Street, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2X9 (506) 523-6449(506) 523-6449

Levi's Physiothery and Wellness Clinic, 9086 Route 116, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 3C2 (506) 523-6994(506) 523-0997

Liapi's, 5 Levi Street, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2V8 (506) 523-8987

Lola's Lounge, 547 Graham Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2T9 (506) 523-6516

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Businesses and organizations

Mi’kmaq

Elsipogtog First Nation

Access: The Elsipogtog Community inhabits the Richibucto Reserve which is located 8 km southwest of Rexton.

Area: 1667.3 ha

Population

3 287 Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian (Micmac)

Mother Tongue: Micmac, English Government

Elsipogtog First Nation

Address: 373 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB E4W 2S3

Tel.: (506) 523-8200 Fax: (506) 523-8230 http://www.bigcoveband.com/

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: Mawiw Council Provincial Organization: n.a. Industries

Agriculture, manufacturing and construction industries, health and education, wholesale and retail trade, service sector

Community Services and Facilities

Band Office, psychology, child and family services, health centre, adult education centre, treatment centre, headstart program, police, day care centre, alcohol and drug prevention program, community channel, recreation centre, church, economic development, gas bar and convenience, physiotherapy and wellness centre.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant, Eastlink

Radio: n.a.

Newspapers: n.a.

Television: All major channels

Internet Access: Yes

Utilities

Water: n.a.

Sewage: n.a.

Other waste: n.a.

Energy/electricity: n.a.

Historical Notes

The reserve was established in September of 1805. Big Cove is one of the two biggest Native Communities in New Brunswick.

The Mi'kmaqs of New Brunswick were Kent County's first inhabitants. Their nomadic life style led them as far as Prince Edward Island in the summer, while Big Cove represented a better shelter in the winter. The main body of the tribe stayed at what is presently called Richibucto, originally Melsigpogtog, meaning "Strong Point". Their right to the land was eroded in 1725, when a treaty guaranteed undisturbed encroachment by white settlers.

The Mi'kmaqs dispersed as white settlers grew. From 2000 originally, the population dropped to 12 families scattered around Richibucto and another 12 families up the river at the present reserve location. In 1802, the New Brunswick Legislature set aside 51,200 acres for the Big Cove Community but reclaimed over 3,000 acres in 1866, and by 1900, the Community only had 2,222 acres left.

In 1871, the Federal Government initiated a process to prepare the Indians for the transition to a farming mode of life. A first school was built in 1855 and a church in 1897. The outbreak of the Spanish Flu in 1919 decimated the Big Cove Community of 40 families to half its size. It was only after the second World War that it started to rebuild to the level known presently.

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Elsipogtog First NationMi’kmaq

Businesses and organizations

Lone Eagle Treatment Centre, 491 Graham Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2T8 (506) 523-8244(506) 523-8242

Mic Mac Industries, 9142 Route 116, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 3C3 (506) 523-9668(506) 523-1810

Mi'gmag Carving, 49 Hollow Cresent, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 5S5 (506) 523-1139(506) 523-4184

New Brunswick Aboriginal Women's Council Inc., 230 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S5 (506) 523-4732(506) 523-6014

Pete's Place, 64 Riverside Drive, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2Y8 (506) 523-4514(506) 523-0192

Pizza Place, Ball Park Street, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2R8 (506) 523-9302

Rosalies Pizza, 9060 Route 116, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 3C3 (506) 523-0985

Saint Bernadette Convent, 343 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2S2 (506) 523-6447

Self Storage Barn, 34 Big Cove Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2R7 (506) 523-7373(506) 523-8098

Shirley's Sub Shop, 36 Maple Street, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2Y2 (506) 523-6571

Shooter Lounge, 107 Levi Street, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2W1 (506) 523-9248

Simon Computer Services, 27 Hill Street, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2V4 (506) 523-9195(506) 523-0974

Sock Sanitation Services, 127 Levi Street, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2W1 (506) 523-6370

Spirit Thunder Studio, 93 Bridge Road, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2V4 (506) 524-9810

Stan's Grocery, 29 Maple Street, Elsipogtog, NB, E4W 2Y2 (506) 523-6196

Esgenoopetitj First Nation

Burnt Church Child and Family Services, 610 Bayview Drive, Burnt Church First Nation, NB, E9G 2A8

(506) 776-1249

Burnt Church Community Access Center, 621 Bayview Drive, Burnt Church First Nation, NB, E9G 2A5 (506) 776-4807

Burnt Church Economic Development Office, 621 Bayview Drive, Burnt Church First Nation, NB, E9G 2A8

Burnt Church Education Department, 626 Bayview Drive, Burnt Church First Nation, NB, E9G 2A8

Burnt Church First Nation Social Development Department, 620 Bayview Drive, Burnt Church First Nation, NB, E9G 2A8

(506) 776-1205

(506) 776-1206

(506) 776-1202

Burnt Church Fishery, 2930 Peter's Road, Burnt Church First Nation, NB, E9G 2E3 (506) 776-1310(506) 776-1313

Burnt Church Learning Centre, 621 Bayview Drive, Burnt Church First Nation, NB, E9G 2A5(506) 776-1201(506) 776-1214

Burnt Church Paintball Filed and Supply Store, 2870 Peter's Road, Burnt Church First Nation, NB, E9G 2E3 (506) 776-5918

Burnt Church Peat Moss, 156 Burnt Church Road, Burnt Church First Nation, NB, E9G 4E2(506) 776-5255(506) 776-5136

Burnt Church Police, Burnt Church, Neguac, NB, E0C 1S0 (506) 776-1212

Burnt Church School, 626 Bayview Drive, Burnt Church First Nation, NB, E9G 2A8 (506) 776-1206(506) 776-1226

Burnt Church Wellness Centre, 610 Bayview Drive, Burnt Church First Nation, NB, E9G 2A8(506) 776-1244(506) 776-1254

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Mi’kmaq

Mi’kmaq Esgenoopetitj First Nation

Access

The Burnt Church First Nation inhabits 3 reserves.

Burnt Church No. 14 is 32 km northeast of Chatham and is the most occupied reserve. Pokemouche No. 13 is 64 km east of Bathurst. And Tabusintac No. 9 is located at 40 km northeast of Chatham.

Area

Burnt Church No. 14: 14: 985.4 ha Pokemouche No. 13: 151.4 ha Tabusintac No. 9:3268.7 ha

Population

1 870

Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian (Micmac)

Mother Tongue: Micmac, English Government

Esgenoopetitj

Address: 620 Bayview Drive, Burnt Church, NB E9G 2A8

Tel.: (506) 776-1200 Fax: (506) 776-1214

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: Mawiw Council Provincial Organization: n.a. Industries

Fishing, retail and service industry, education and government service.

Community Services and Facilities

Band office, learning centre, school, grocery store, restaurants, convenience and gas bar, police, fire department and community access centre.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant, Eastlink

Radio: n.a. Newspapers: n.a. Television: All major channels Internet Access: Yes Utilities

Water: n.a.

Sewage: n.a. Other waste: n.a. Energy/electricity: n.a.

Historical Notes

The reserve was established in September of 1800’s.

Businesses and organizations

D.E.A. Office Supplies, 8 Condo Court, Burnt Church, NB, E9G-2B1 (506) 776-4135(506) 776-4956

Drake's Sports Bar, 2883 Peter's Road, Burnt Church First Nation, NB, E9G 2E1 (506) 776-4519

Esgenoopetitj (Burnt Church) First Nation, 620 Bayview Drive, Burnt Church, NB, E9G 2A8 (506) 776-1200(506) 776-1243

Four D's Grocery Store, 2996 Peter's Road, Burnt Church First Nation, NB, E9G 2E3 (506) 776-5010(506) 776-5014

Hilda's Convenience Store, P.O. Box 2094, New Jersey, NB, E9G 4J7 (506) 776-8930

Sharing and Caring, 611 Bayview Drive, Burnt Church First Nation, NB, E9G 2A5 (506) 776-1210 Tiny Treasure, 611 Bayview Drive, Burnt Church First Nation, NB, E9G 2A5 (506) 776-1210

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Fort FollyMi’kmaq

Access:

The reserve is situated at 1.6 km southeast of Dorchester.

Area: 40.6 ha.

Population

132 Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian (Micmac)

Mother Tongue: Micmac, English Government

Communications

Telephone: Aliant, Eastlink, Rogers Radio: Local Radio Stations. Newspapers: Times & Transcript Television: All major channels Internet Access: Yes Utilities

Fax: (506) 379-3408 W NB Power

Fort Folly First Nation Address: P.O. Box 1007, Dorchester, NB E4K 3V5 Tel.: (506) 379-3400 Fax: (506) 379-3408 Web Site: http://www.fortfolly.nb.ca

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: North Shore Micmac District Council Provincial Organization: Union of New Brunswick Indians

Industries

The main industry is fishing. Community Services and Facilities Band office and health centre.

Water: Village of Dorchester Sewage: Village of Dorchester Other waste: n.a. Energy/electricity: NB Power

H

Historical Notes

The original Fort Folly Indian Reserve No. 27 was situated near the Village of Beaumont. In 1840, the New Brunswick Indian Act began the reserve system, and Fort Folly was created. The new reserve Palmers Pond Indian Reserve No. 1 which was renamed Fort Folly Indian Reserve No. 1 was established in 1969.

Businesses and organizations

Fort Folly First Nation Economic Development Office, P.O. Box 1007, 38 Bernard Trail, Dorchester, NB, E4K 3V5 (506) 379-3400(506) 379-3408

Fort Folly First Nation, P.O. Box 1007, 38 Bernard Trail, Dorchester, NB, E4K 3V5 (506) 379-3400(506) 379-3408

Fort Folly Habitat Recovery, 100 Bernard Trail, Fort Folly First Nation, NB, E4K 3B3 (506) 379-3401

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Mi’kmaq

Population 183 Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian (Micmac)

Mother Tongue: Micmac, English

Government

Indian Island First Nation

Edmunston

Indian Island

Access:

Bathurst

Fax: (506) 523-8110

Saint John

Moncton

The Indian Island Reserve is situated at 8 km northeast of Rexton.

Area: 26.4 ha.

Community Services and Facilities

Band office, health centre, church, Child and family services. Communications

Address: 61 Island Drive, Indian Island, NB E4W 1S9 Tel.: (506) 523-4875 Fax: (506) 523-8110

A

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: North Shore Micmac District Council Provincial Organization: Union of New Brunswick Indians Industries

Tourism, arts and crafts.

B

Businesses and organizations

Telephone: Aliant, Eastlink Radio: n.a. Newspapers: n.a. Television: n.a. Internet:Yes Utilities

Water: n.a. Sewage: n.a. Other waste: n.a. Energy/electricity: n.a.

Historical Notes

The reserve was established in 1948.

Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha Church, 110 Island Drive, Indian Island, NB, E4W 1T3 (506) 523-4875

Indian Island First Nation Economic Development Office, 61 Island Drive, Indian Island, NB, E4W 1S9 (506) 523-4875(506) 523-8110

Indian Island First Nation, 61 Island Drive, Indian Island, NB, E4W 1S9 (506) 523-4875(506) 523-8110

Indian Island Health Centre, 61 Island Drive, Indian Island, NB, E4W 1S9 (506) 523-4875(506) 523-8110

Indian Island Vacations Ltd., 6 Island Drive, Indian Island, NB, E4W 1T2 (506) 523-9676

Mi'kmaq Designs, 160 Island Drive, Indian Island, NB, E4W 1T5 (506) 523-7294(506) 523-8110

Oounig Crafts, 179 Island Drive, Indian Island, NB, E4W 1T1 (506) 523-4539(506) 523-8110

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Metepenagiag Mi’kmaq NationMi’kmaq

Businesses and organizations

B and M Construction, 70 Shore Road, Red Bank, NB, E9E 1A5 (506) 836-2409

Cloud's Convenience Store and Cigar & Smoke Emporium, 1928 Micmac Road, Red Bank, NB, E9E 1B6 (506) 836-1109(506) 836-7494

Four Directions Child and Family Services Inc., 1926 Micmac Road, P.O. Box 293, Red Bank, NB, E2E 2P2 (506) 743-2171(506) 836-2492

Hawkeye Photography, 171 Indian Garden Road, Red Bank, NB, E9E 1T2 (506) 836-2841

Metapenagiag Heritage Park Inc., 2156 Micmac Road, P.O. Box 301, Red Bank, NB, E9E 2P3(506) 836-6118(506) 836-6186

Metepenagiag Federal School, 1926 Micmac Road, Red Bank, NB, E9E 1B3 (506) 836-6127(506) 836-2787

Metepenagiag Headstart and Day Care Program, 1926 Micmac Road, P.O. Box 293, Red Bank, NB, E2E 2P2 (506) 836-6165(506) 836-2492

Metepenagiag Health Centre, 1926 Micmac Road, Red Bank, NB, E9E 1B3 (506) 836-6130(506) 836-6140

Metepenagiag Mi'kmaq Nation, 1926 Micmac Road, P.O. Box 293, Red Bank, NB, E9E 2P2 (506) 836-6111(506) 836-7593

Metepenagiag Outdoor Adventure Lodge and Conference Centre, 2202 Micmac Road, P.O. Box 332, Red Bank, NB, E9E 2P3 (506) 836-6128(506) 836-6188

Red Bank Native Alcohol and Drug Program, 1926 Micmac Road, Red Bank, NB, E9E 1B3(506) 836-6144(506) 836-6140

St. Thomas Roman Catholic Church, 19 St. Thomas Street, Red Bank, NB, E9E 1B2 (506) 836-2610

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Mi’kmaq

Metepenagiag Mi’kmaq Nation

Access:

Metepenagiag Mi’kmaq Nation inhabits the Red Bank, Big Hole Tract and Indian Point Reserve which are located within 24 km West of Newcastle. The Main Reserve Red Bank No. 4 is located 22.4 km west of Miramichi City, off Route 8 on Highway #425.

Area:

Big Hole Tract No. 8 (North Half): 1396.2 ha. Indian Point No. 1: 42.1 ha. Red Bank No. 4: 1457 ha. Red Bank No. 7: 1011.7 ha.

Population

668

Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian (Micmac)

Mother Tongue: Micmac, English Government

Metepenagiag Mi’kmaq Nation

Address: 1926 Micmac Road, P.O. Box 293, Red Bank, NB E9E 2P2

Tel.: (506) 836-6111 Fax: (506) 836-7593 Web Site: www.metepenagiag.com

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: North Shore Micmac District Council Provincial Organization: Union of New Brunswick Indians Industries

Fishing, Eco-tourism, Silviculture, construction and service industry

Community Services and Facilities

Administration office, Headstart program and day care, child and family services, school, church, 2 ball parks, health centre, healing lodge, Native Alcohol and Drug Program, and police.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant, Eastlink

Radio: n.a.

Newspapers: n.a. Television: Satellite Internet Access: Yes Utilities

Water: n.a.

Sewage: n.a. Other waste: n.a.

Energy/electricity: n.a.

Historical Notes

The main reserve Red Bank No. 4 was established in 1783. The traditional name for the native community of Red Bank on the Northwest Miramichi River is Metepenagiag. Since 1975 over one hundred archaeological sites have been discovered in the Red Bank area. Several ancient campsites and a ceremonial site have been excavated. In recognition of their outstanding contribution to Canadian history both the Oxbow and the Augustine Mound sites have been declared National Historic Sites by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada. The key events and attractions are Annual Trout Derby, Annual Pow Wow, National Aboriginal Day, and Metepenagiag Heritage Exhibit. Metepenagiag is also known as the largest salmon fishing capital on the beautiful Miramichi, thus, tourists from all over the world share in the agricultural wealth of Red Bank.

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NEW BRUNSWICK FIRST NATIONS / MI’KMAQ NEW BRUNSWICK
Fredericton Saint John Moncton Bathurst Edmunston

Mi’kmaq

Population

301 Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian (Micmac)

Mother Tongue: Micmac, English Government

Pabineau First Nation Address: 1290 Pabineau Falls Road, Pabineau First Nation, NB E2A 7M3 Tel.: (506) 548-9211 Fax: (506) 545-6968 www.pabineaufirstnation.ca

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: North Shore Micmac District Council Provincial Organization: Union of New Brunswick Indians, Atlantic Policy Congress.

Industries Tourism, agriculture, arts and crafts, retail trade.

Pabineau

Access:

The Pabineau First Nation inhabits the Pabineau Reserve which is located 8 km south of Bathurst.

Area: 429.1 ha.

Community Services and Facilities

Band administration, cultural centre, and convenience store, Pabineau First Nation Community Health Centre, Pabineau Seafood Market & Takeout.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant, Eastlink Radio: n.a. Newspapers: n.a. Television: All major channels Internet Access: Yes Utilities

Water: n.a. Sewage: n.a. Other waste: n.a. Energy/electricity: n.a.

Historical Notes

The reserve was established in 1867.

Businesses and organizations

Mother Earth's Journey (Tour), 1295 Pabineau Falls Road, Pabineau First Nation, NB, E2A 7M3 (506) 544-0103 Muin Adventures, 40 Sewell Street, Pabineau First Nation, NB, E2A 7N8 (506) 548-1017

Pabineau First Nation Community Health Center, 1290 Pabineau Falls Road, Pabineau First Nation, NB, E2A 7M3 (506) 547-4204(506) 547-4894

Pabineau First Nation, 1290 Pabineau Falls Road, Pabineau First Nation, NB, E2A 7M3 (506) 548-9211(506) 545-6968

Pabineau Gas Bar & Smoke Shop, 1295 Pabineau Falls Road, Pabineau First Nation, NB, E2A 7M3 (506) 546-7440

Pabineau Pow Wow, 1358 Pabineau Falls Road, Pabineau First Nation, NB, E2A 7M3(506) 548-2666

Pabineau Seafood Takeout, 1295 Pabineau Falls Road, Pabineau First Nation, NB, E2A 7M2(506) 546-5150 Sipu River / Mi'gmag Beading Company, 65 Sewell Street, Pabineau First Nation, NB, E2A 7N7 (506) 546-3230

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The Innu, formerly known as the Naskapi-Montagnais Indians, are Algonkian-speaking people whose traditional territory, Nitassinan, is a vast area covering eastern portion of the Québec-Labrador peninsula.

The Innu were one of the first North American peoples to encounter European explorers, first the Norse, and later the Portuguese, Basques, French, Dutch and British. The Innu spent most of the year deep in the interior of Québec-Labrador for the winter months, living off moose, caribou and birds, and came to coast in the summer to live off wild berries, fish, seals, and sea birds. In the 16th and early 17th centuries, the Innu visited the Basque fisherman at their stations in Southern Labrador. The Innu quickly became dependent on those trading posts especially after French traders and missionaries in the 17th century, and British and Moravians in the 18th century. The nomadic life of the Innu started to evolve; in the 20th century many of these coastal places became year-round Innu villages.

The Innu were hit by many European diseases. By 1920s, Smallpox, Spanish flu, tuberculosis, syphillis, scarlet fever, whooping cough, measles and other diseases wiped out the Innu population by as much as two-thirds.

During the 1940s-1950s, the Innu were in a desperate situation. The collapsed fur trade, the reduction in the size of the caribou herds, the building of the mining towns in Schefferville, Wabush and Labrador City, the military base at Goose Bay, and the shipping terminus at Sept-Iles alienated vast quantities of land from the Innu. The growing dependence of the Innu on government services and social assistance had restricted them to the vicinity of the villages and prevented them making living by hunting and trapping, and living the traditional way

The growing social problems of settlement life led to formation of Innu political organizations such as the Naskapi Montagnais Innu Association in Labrador (later became the Innu Nation), and the Conseil Atikamekw-Montagnais in Québec in the 1970s. They lobbied and obtained programs for making it possible for some people to return to their traditional hunting and trapping grounds. The Innu began to turn their lives around by introducing the Innu language and culture to the school curriculum and by beginning programs to teach to the young members of the Nation harvesting skills, knowledge of the land, and oral traditions. The Innu also have been assuming increasing levels of control over their lives by taking over many elements of public administration, municipal services and local government, living the modern way.

The Mushuau Innu in Labrador were relocated to Utshimassits in 1967, and it was proven unsuitable for the difficulty access to the hunting, fishing and trapping grounds on the mainland. In December 2003, the federal government set apart the new community, Natuashish, nearly 4265 hectares as the reserve land for Mushuau Innu First Nation. Currently, there are two Innu communities (Sheshatshiu and Natuashish) in Labrador, and 11 (Betsiamites, Essipit, La Romaine, Mashteuiatsh, Matimekush-Lac John, Ekuanitshit, Natashquan, Pakua Shipi, Uashat mak Mani-Utenam) in Québec.

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Mushuau Innu First Nation

Innu Steel, P.O. Box 85, Natuashish, NL, A0P 1A0 (902) 448-0716(902) 832-1186

Mushuau Innu Child Care Centre, P.O. Box 178, Natuashish, NL, A0P 1A0 (709) 478-2062

Mushuau Innu First Nation, P.O. Box 190, Natuashish, NL, A0P 1A0 (709) 478-8827(709) 478-8936

Mushuau Innu General Store, NL (709) 478-2112(709) 478-8937

Mushuau Innu Health Commission, P.O. Box 188, Natuashish, NL, A0P 1A0 (709) 478-8871(709) 478-8821

Mushuau Innu Natuashish School, P.O. Box 189, Natuashish, NL, A0P 1A0 (709) 478-8971(709) 478-8989

Mushuau Innu Translation Services, General Delivery, Natuashish, NL, A0P 1A0 (709) 478-8998

Mushuau Water Treatment Plant, P.O. Box 190, Natuashish, NL, A0P 1A0 (709) 478-8827(709) 478-8936

Natuashish Fire Department, P.O. Box 190, Shango-Bay, NL, A0P 1A0 (709) 478-2133(709) 478-2135

Natuashish Housing Authority, P.O. Box 190, Natuashish, NL, A0P 1A0 (709) 478-8827

RCMP - Natuashish Detachment, P.O. Box 181, Natuashish, NL, A0P 1A0 (709) 478-8900(709) 478-8910

Sango Drilling Limited Partnership, P.O. Box 65, Natuashish, NL, A0P 1A0 (709) 897-7711

Sango Enterprises Inc., P.O. Box 65, Natuashish, NL, A0P 1A0 (709) 897-7711

Skidoo Innu and Recreation, P.O. Box 35, Natuashish, NL, A0P 1A0 (709) 478-8804(709) 478-8776

Teunike Atik Innu Wellness, 2 Nui Street, Natuashish, NL, A0P 1A0 (709) 478-8784

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Innu Mushuau Innu First Nation

Access

Situated on the northern coast of Labrador 185 miles north of Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Natuashish is only accessible by water or air.

Area

4267.3 ha

Population

984

Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian (Innu)

Mother Tongue: Innu-aimun, English Government

Mushuau Innu First Nation

Address: P.O. Box 190, Natuashish, NL A0P 1A0

Tel.: (709) 478-8827 Fax: (709) 478-8936

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: Unaffiliated Provincial Organization: n.a. Industries

The primary industry is hunting and fishing Community Services and Facilities

Band Office, RCMP, school, nursing station, fire hall, general store, recreation centre, and child care centre.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant Radio: n.a.

Newspapers: n.a.

Television: All major channels

Utilities

Water: The water intake is from the pump house facility at Sango Brook and then through the water main to an underground reservoir. There is a water treatment plant on the reserve to treat the leaving water from the underground reservoir and coming water to the reservoir.

Sewage: All sewerage from the community discharge into a 1.9 million litre facultative lagoon structure which will treat the water naturally through the action of micooorganismes and algae.

Other waste: Landfill Energy/electricity: Electrical transmission distribution, fuel supply and diesel generation.

Historical Notes

The Mushuau Innu were relocated to Utshimassits (Davis Inlet) on Iluikoyak Island, Labrador in 1967. It was then proven that Utshimassits was not a suitable site for a permanent community due to a rapidly growing population and unaccessiblity to the productive hunting, fishing and trapping grounds on the mainland for at least 5 months a year during winter freeze up and break up.

On December 11, 2003 the new community of Natuashish was set apart as reserve land for the Mushuau Innu First Nations.

The community of Natuashish was constructed from previously undeveloped land as a part of the Mushuau Innu Relocation Agreement (MIRA). The Mushuau Innu from Davis Inlet have now relocated to Natuashish. Reserve creation at Natuashish, along with the relocation of the Mushuau Innu, is part of a long-term strategy, to address the social challenges of the community.

The Mushuau Innu chose the Natuashish site, which is within the traditional territory, with the agreement of Canada and the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador in 1996. There are no neighbouring municipalities. The nearest communities are Davis Inlet, which will be decommissioned as part of the Mushuau Innu Relocation Agreement, and the coastal community of Hopedale. The area at Natuashish set apart as reserve land is approximately 4265.486 hectares, which includes a water lot for the wharf site of approximately 1.582 hectares and a water lot for the barge site of approximately 0.252 hectares.

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Sheshatshiu Innu First Nation

Businesses and organizations

Aboriginal Hvac Plumbing Limited - Sheshatshiu, P.O. Box 333, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0(709) 497-3367

ACM Investments Ltd., P.O. Box 91, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 765-8532

AJ's Innu Store, 88 Mistashini, P.O. Box 333, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0

(709) 497-3858(709) 497-3858

Antuan Woodworking, 8 MacKenzie Drive, P.O. Box 309, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0(709) 497-3382

Benuen's Musical Instruments Rentals, 13 MacKenzie Drive, P.O. Box 288, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0

(709) 897-5887

Charles J. Andrew Youth Treatment Centre, P.O. Box 109, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0(709) 497-8995(709) 497-8993

Dee-Max Innu Taushuap, P.O. Box 372, North West River, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-8488(709) 896-3149

Eimi Consulting, P.O. Box 537, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-8952

Etienne Andrew Translation Services, 181 Beach Road, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-8879

G.P. Automotive & Small Repair, P.O. Box 411, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 725-5358

Heli-Meikan Limited, 148 Shuashem Street, P.O. Box 403, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0(450) 668-3431

IDLP Properties Limited, P.O. Box 449, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-3670(709) 497-3677

Innu Atautshuap, P.O. Box 391, 40 MacKenzie, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-8451(709) 497-8120

Innu Dawn Works Inc., 59 McKenzie Drive, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0 (902) 746-3569

Innu Furniture Inc., P.O. Box 525, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-8101(506) 383-4560

Innu Nation, P.O. Box 119, Sheshstshiu, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-8398(709) 497-8397

Innu Recording Studio, General Delivery, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 478-2778

Innu SNC Lavalin Inc., P.O. Box 119, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-3670(709) 497-3677

Innu Studio, P.O. Box 72, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-3995

Innu Uauitshitun Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program, P.O. Box 160, North West River, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-8231(709) 497-8502

Kuekuatsheu Construction, 5 Broomfield Street, P.O. Box 1750, Station B, Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL, A0P 1E0 (709) 497-8791(709) 897-4034

Mamu Atushetau Adult Day Program, Sheshatshiu, North West River, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-8739

Mani Ashini Health Centre, P.O. Box 160, North West River, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-8202(709) 497-8202

Mista Metshu Aviation Services Inc., 301 Uapush Road, P.O. Box 477, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-8445(709) 497-8445

North West River Child, Youth and Family Services, P.O. Box 29, North West River, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-8280(709) 497-8459

Peenamin McKenzie School, P.O. Box 70, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-8361(709) 497-8310

Penashue-Davis Consulting, P.O. Box 252, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-8161

Picard Plaster & Painting, 4 McKenzie Drive, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-3408(709) 497-8120

Shakastueu Mitshuap Day Care & Head Start & Family Resource Centre, P.O. Box 160, North West River, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-8393(709) 497-8723

Shatshameu Biting Fly Management Inc., P.O. Box 457, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0 (866) 648-7773

Sheshatshit P. McKenzie Construction, P.O. Box 142, Shesahatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-8207(709) 497-8915

Sheshatshiu Adolescent Home, P.O. Box 59, North West River, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-8242(709) 497-8849

Sheshatshiu Community Access Centre, P.O. Box 160, North West River, NL, A0P 1M0(709) 497-8522(709) 497-8757

Sheshatshiu Community Youth Network, P.O. Box 160, North West River, NL, A0P 1M0(709) 497-8880

Sheshatshiu Innu Construction Limited, 84 Mistashini Crescent, P.O. Box 334, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-3417(709) 497-3922

Sheshatshiu Innu First Nation, P.O. Box 160, North West River, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-8522(709) 497-8757

Sheshatshiu Innus Radio Station, P.O. Box 160, North West River, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-8732(709) 497-8396

Sheshatshiu Plumbing & Ventilation, 20 Mitchell, Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL, A0P 1E0(709) 896-3761(709) 896-4761 Sheshatshiu Volunteer Fire Department, P.O. Box 160, North West River, NL, A0P 1M0(709) 497-2222

Shuashim Group Inc., 253 Jerome Street, P.O. Box 202, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-8116

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Innu Sheshatshiu Innu First Nation

Access

Sheshatshiu community is situated on the south side of Hamilton Inlet.

Area n.a.

Population

1 561

Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian (Innu)

Mother Tongue: Innu-aimun, English

Government

Sheshatshiu Innu First Nation

Address: P.O. Box 160, North West River, NL A0P 1M0

Tel.: (709) 497-8522 Fax: (709) 497-8757

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: Unaffiliated Provincial Organization: n.a.

Industries

Main industries are hunting and fishing, transportation and aviation, services sector and various businesses in construction.

Community Services and Facilities

Band Office, alcohol and drug program, treatment centre, radio station, health centre, RCMP, child , youth and family centre, fire department, day care and family resource centre.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant

Radio: n.a.

Newspapers: n.a.

Television: All major channels from satellite.

Utilities

Water: n.a.

Sewage: n.a.

Other waste: n.a.

Energy/electricity: n.a.

Historical Notes

Sheshatshiu is an Innu community positioned where Grand Lake meets Lake Melville. Traditionally the Innu people lived in small bands on a large piece of land called the Quebec-Labrador Peninsula. They were very knowledgeable about the land and relied on this information to survive. They lived in skin tents, later in canvas tents, and were highly dependant upon the Caribou for much of their food and clothing.

Businesses and organizations

Siska Contracting, 150-SC, Shesahatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0

Starr Transportation, P.O. Box 197, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0

(709) 497-8562

Teueikan Construction Limited - Sheshatshiu, P.O. Box 278, Sheshatshiu, North West River, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-8170(709) 497-8188

Uapishkut Construction Ltd., 85 North Street, P.O. Box 70, St. Anthony, NL, A0K 4S0(709) 454-2113(709) 454-2116

Uinepeuk Hydraulic Limited, P.O. Box 202, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0 (902) 468-4605(506) 859-6152

Ushkutum, P.O. Box 202, Sheshatshiu, NL, A0P 1M0 (709) 497-8116

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IINUIT NUIT

The Inuit live in a vast tundra territory scattered from Russia, across Alaska and northern Canada to Greenland (covering a distance of 9,500 km). There are thirteen distinct groups that make up the Inuit: Siberian, North Alaskan, Mackenzie, Copper, Peninsular, Caribou, Netsilik, Igloolik, Labrador, Polar, North Baffin, West Greenland and Angmagssalik. The Inuit living along the northern coast of Labrador are the direct descendants of a prehistoric hunting society that spread across Canada from Alaska and centered on capturing massive bowhead whales. Although the early Labrador Inuit lived mainly on the north coast, they travelled widely to harvest the resources of the land and sea.

The Labrador Inuit people expanded southward along the Labrador coastline, likely following the movements of whales and seals, to the Strait of Belle Isle in the mid-16th century. There they first made contact with Europeans, who were Basques from Spain looking for new whale hunting grounds. For over 200 years, Labrador Inuit would travel south to follow animal migrations and to trade with the seasonal, but growing, European population.

Although the contacts and conflicts with European fishermen continued for centuries, the lifestyle of Inuit still followed their traditional patterns. People hunted game all year around for food and material to craft articles needed for everyday life. They travelled in kayaks and umiaks framed with wood and covered by seal skins. Their clothing were made from the pelts of seals for summer and caribou for winter. They lived in skin tents during mild seasons, and settled during winter either in earthen huts banked by sods with a roof supported by whale ribs and shoulder blades, or in snow houses ingeniously shaped from blocks of hard snow, the igloo.

In the 1760s, Moravian missionaries became the first Europeans to establish a presence beyond north of Hamilton Inlet. They were granted large tracts of land by the British and settleed themselves in Nain, Okak, Hopedale and Hebron. They also set up trading posts and began to convert Inuit to Christianity. This resulted the beginning of large-scale change in Inuit Society. The Inuit were discouraged to live in southern Labrador and seasonal dwellings.

By the late 1800s, the majority of Labrador Inuit were living in Moravian Mission Stations. With such close contact with Europeans, many Inuit had died from their diseases. Most devastating one was the Spanish flu epidemic in 1918, which decimated the Inuit population by a third.

Through the 19th and 20th century, the Inuit became increasingly dependent on the market economy and adopted new technology to earn income from industries centered on fishing and trapping. The Inuit life became more and more tied to the trading posts. Initially, the trading posts flourished, but in the 1920s the Moravians experienced losses and sold their stores in the northern communities from Killinik to Makkovik to the Hudson’s Bay Company. After Confederation, the Moravian Church, the Grenfell Medical Mission and the provincial government decided to suspend services to the northern communities of Hebron and Nutak. The Inuit were to be resettled in other existing communities such as Nain, Hopedale, Makkovik and North West River.

The Labrador Inuit Association was formed in 1973 to promote the Inuit culture and advance the rights of Inuit to land which they traditionally harvested and occupied. It represents over 5,300 Inuit and Kablunângajuit (mixed of Labrador Inuit and European ancestry) members living mainly in the Labrador Inuit communities of Nain, Hopedale, Makkovik, Postville, and Rigolet, also in Happy Valley-Goose Bay and North West River.

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Today’s Inuit have to compete in the modern economic world instead of the world of nature. They live in wooded homes instead of tents, sod houses or igloos. The kayaks and umiaks are replaced by motor boats. The dog sleds are changed for snowmobiles; the Inukshuk are replaced by satellite phones, etc.; thus the hunting techniques and harvesting patterns have also changed drastically over the last several decades, the Inuit care to preserve their values, culture and language. The Inuit language, Inuktitut, is a rich and versatile language, adapted to contemporary realities. The Inuit’s second language is English.

The Inuit’s economy is also based on businesses related to the transport (aerial), services, administration and tourism sectors. The Inuit improved, all along the centuries, the manufacturing of utilitarian objects like made of stone, wood, bones and ivory. Today, Inuit crafts are world-renowned, especially the sculptures they make from soapstone, which became their international trademark.

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HopedaleInuit

Air Labrador - Hopedale, General Delivery, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3709(709) 933-3709

Amos Comenius Memorial, P.O. Box 105, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3815(709) 933-3805

Canada Post - Hopedale, General Delivery, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3710(709) 933-3710

College of the North Atlantic / Hopedale Learning Centre, P.O. Box 134, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3718(709) 933-3718

Concerned Citizen's Group, General Delivery, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3820(709) 933-3730

D.J. Gift Shop, P.O. Box 133, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3750(709) 933-3464

Forestry, Resources and Agrifoods, General Delivery, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3785

Grace Hotel Ltd. (Amaguk Inn), P.O. Box 133, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3750(709) 933-3464

Health Labrador Corporation / Clinic - Hopedale, P.O. Box 97, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0(709) 933-3887(709) 933-3651

Health Labrador Corporation / Hopedale Nursing Station, P.O. Box 102, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3857(709) 933-3744

Hopedale - Inuit Child Care Initiative, General Delivery, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3821(709) 933-3645

Hopedale - Public Health, General Delivery, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3842(709) 933-3645

Hopedale - Team Leader, General Delivery, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3739(709) 933-3645

Hopedale Fire Department, P.O. Box 190, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3701(709) 933-3800

Hopedale Garage, P.O. Box 190, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3880(709) 933-3800

Hopedale Inuit Community Government, P.O. Box 190, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3864(709) 933-3800

Hopedale Local Housing Committee, General Delivery, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3809(709) 933-3645

Hopedale Pump House, P.O. Box 190, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3646(709) 933-3800

Hopedale Radio Station, General Delivery, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3808(709) 933-3800

Hopedale Women's Group, General Delivery, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3687

Hosanna Pentecostal Church, General Delivery, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3830

Labrador Inuit Health Commission - Hopedale / Aboriginal Head Start, General Delivery, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3846

Labrador Investments Ltd.- Hopedale, General Delivery, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3844(709) 933-3676

Labrador Legal Services - Hopedale, General Delivery, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3790(709) 933-3790

Labrador Marine Inc., P.O. Box 108, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3660

Labrador Winter Trails, General Delivery, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3864(709) 933-3800

Moravian Church - Hopedale, General Delivery, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3773(709) 933-3782

Nunatsiavut Government - Hopedale Office, P.O. Box 12, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3777(709) 933-3746

RCMP - Hopedale Detachment, P.O. Box 106, Hopedale, NL, A0P 1G0 (709) 933-3820(709) 933-3730

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Inuit Hopedale

Access

The community of Hopedale is situated on a peninsula amid surrounding hills that dominate the landscape. Hopedale is about 236 km from Happy Valley – Goose Bay.

Area 336 hectares

Population

Total Population: 555

Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Inuit-Aleut (Inuit)

Mother Tongue: Inuktitut, English Government

Hopedale Inuit Community Government Address: P.O. Box 190, Hopedale, NL A0P 1G0 Tel.: (709) 933-3864 Fax: (709) 933-3800

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: Hopedale Inuit Community Government Provincial Organization: N/A

Industries and Economic Activities

Economic activity centers around government organizations and private businesses. Life in the community of Inuit, Settler and mixed Inuit/Settler decent revolves around seasonal activities of hunting and fishing. Residents pursue subsistence and recreational activities such as hunting, trapping, boating, snowmobiling, and camping in outlying bays. In a sculptured landscape of winter snow and windswept ocean the inhabitants pursue a livelihood that is still reflective of a traditional Inuit/Settler lifestyle.

Community Services and Facilities

The community is managed by the HICG-Hopedale Inuit Community Government Nunatsiavut Government. Amongst the numerous groups and organizations dedicated to the betterment of the community are the Women’s Group, Local School Committee, Housing Committee, Crime Prevention, Search and Rescue, Radio Society, and Recreation Committee. Hopedale has a nursing station staffed by 2 nurses and monthly visits by dentist and doctor. Police services are provided by RCMP with 4 regular members. There are also 2 churches, a school for Kindergarten to grade 12, fire department, legal services, gymnasium for recreation and sports, and postal services.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant

Radio: CBC (HVGB) and local community radio station Newspapers: none Television: 17 cable stations including VOCM Radio broadcast from St. John’s Satellite T.V. (private), (Star Choice, Express Vu) Internet Access: Aliant provides Sympatico internet service throughout the community.

Utilities

Water: Full community water and sewer system. Sewage: Full community water and sewer system. Other waste: n.a. Energy/electricity: Diesel Power and pumping station. Transportation: Airlines fly into Hopedale from Sunday to Friday. Marine Atlantic coastal boat from July to November. Speedboats, snowmobiles, trucks and four wheelers are other means to get around by local people.

Historical Notes

Agvituk, the Inuktitut original name for Hopedale means “place of the whales”. Hopedale is one of the largest Inuit communities of the five existing settlements on the northern coast of Labrador. The majority of the inhabitants are members of the Nunatsiavut Government.

According to W.W. Fitzhugh (1977), Inuit occupation of Hopedale began around 1600 A.D. with people building small nuclear-family sod houses during the Seventeenth Century. Winter settlements were located on or near the coast where seals could be easily killed by hunters. The Inuit dispersed to family groups in the fall when, based in skin tents erected on the outer islands, they fished char and trout. Whales and harp seals were also hunted during this season while caribou were hunted in the interior. During the early Eighteenth Century the Hopedale Inuit played important role as “middlemen” in the developing trade between Europeans and Inuit throughout Labrador.

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MakkovikInuit

Canada Post Postal Outlet - Makkovik, General Delivery, Makkovik, NL, A0P 1J0 (709)923-2396

CIML Radio Station, General Delivery, Makkovik, NL, A0P 1J0 (709)923-2327

Department of Health and Social Development, P.O. Box 105, Makkovik, NL, A0P 1J0(709)923-2340(709)923-2146

Health Labrador Corporation - Makkovik Clinic, General Delivery, Makkovik, NL, A0P 1J0(709)923-2229(709)923-2428

Hotel Makkovik, P.O. Box 123, Makkovik, NL, A0P 1J0 (709)923-2389(709)923-2388

Inuit Pathway, P.O. Box 116, Makkovik, NL, A0P 1J0 (709)923-2009(709)923-2347

John Christian Erhardt Memorial School, P.O. Box 134, Makkovik, NL, A0P 1J0 (709)923-2275(709)923-2106

Labrador Investment's Limited - Makkovik, P.O. Box 71, Makkovik, NL, A0P 1J0 (709)923-2277(902)923-2116

Makkovik Fire Department Building, P.O. Box 68, Makkovik, NL, A0P 1J0 (709)923-2379

Makkovik Health and Community Services, P.O. Box 76, Makkovik, NL, A0P 1J0 (709)923-2187(709)923-2181

Makkovik Inuit Community Government, P.O. Box 132 , Makkovik, NL, A0P 1J0 (709)923-2221(709) 923-2126

Makkovik Recreation, P.O. Box 73, Makkovik, NL, A0P 1J0 (709)923-2123

Moravian Church Provincial Board, General Delivery, Makkovik, NL, A0P 1J0 (709)923-2382(709)923-2383

Nunatsiavut Government - Inuit Pathways, P.O. Box 116, Makkovik, NL, A0P 1J0 (709)923-2105(709)923-2366

Nunatsiavut Government - Makkovik Office, P.O. Box 92, Makkovik, NL, A0P 1J0 (709)923-2001(709)923-2366

Nunatsiavut Solutions, P.O. Box 123, Makkovik, NL, A0P 1J0 (709)923-2349(709)754-7924

RCMP - Makkovik, P.O. Box 131, Makkovik, NL, A0P 1J0 (709)923-2317(709)923-2406

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Population

Total Population: 360

Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Inuit-Aleut (Inuit)

Mother Tongue: Inuktitut, English Government

Makkovik Inuit Community Government

Address: P.O. Box 132, Makkovik, NL A0P 1J0 Tel.: (709) 923-2221 Fax: (709) 923-2126

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: N/A Provincial Organization: N/A

Industries and Economic Activities

The main source of employment for the people of Makkovik is the fish plant. It operates from June to mid-November and employs about 125 workers at peak periods. Most people have a food license and ten trout and salmon nets in their spare time. Hunting is still carried on for ducks, geese, partridge, seal and the most important meat source, caribou. Berry picking for baking apples, blueberries, blackberries, and partridge berries is a favourite pastime in the fall. Other businesses are in retail and service industry such as variety stores, general store, hotel, bed and breakfast

Community Services and Facilities

Makkovik has a school from kindergarten to grade 12. Inuktitut is taught as a subject in school. There is a gymnasium which the community uses in the evenings for recreation programs. The nursing clinic is staffed with a doctor, a dentist and a public health nurse. There is also a church. Police services are provided by a RCMP officer stationed in the community with two constables’ assistance from the local community.

Makkovik

Access:

The town of Makkovik is located on the north coast of Labrador, about 210 kilometers northeast of Happy Valley –Goose Bay.

Area: 197 hectares

Communications

Telephone: Aliant

Radio: CBC, local radio station

Newspapers: n.a.

Television: CBC

Internet Access: The school has a public Community Access Centre. It operates daily.

Utilities

Water: Full community water and sewer system. Sewage: Full community water and sewer system. Other waste:

Energy/electricity: Diesel Power supplied by Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro. Woodward’s Oil Ltd operates a fuel and gas station.

Transportation: Makkovik has an airstrip. Airlines fly into Makkovik from Sunday to Saturday. Marine Atlantic has a passenger boat which, along with two freight boats, serves the coast from July until midNovember. Most families own their owne speedboat as well as one or more snowmobiles. The snowmobile is an important means of travel during the long winter.

Historical Notes

The community was founded in 1859 by a Norwegian named Torsten Kverna Anderson and his wife, Mary Ann Thomas from Makkovik Bay (her father was from England and her mother was a Labradorian). Together they settled in Flunder’s Bight which, in time, became better know as Makkovik. In 1959, during the resettlement program, about thirty Inuit families were resettled here from Hebron when that community closed. The most people in the community have ancestry that is mixture of European settler and Inuit.

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NainInuit

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Aivek Holdings Incorporated, P.O. Box 101, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2326(709) 922-2012

Aivek Stantec Limited Partnership, P.O. Box 101, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2326(709) 922-2012

Aivektuuk Holdings Inc., P.O. Box 101, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2326(709) 922-2012

Atsanik Lodge, P.O. Box 10, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2910(709) 922-2815

Bank of Montreal / Nain Community Branch, General Delivery, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2430(709) 922-2432

Canada Post - Nain, General Delivery, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2217(709) 922-2969

Child Youth and Family Services (H.L.C.), P.O. Box 130, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2860(709) 922-2396

CHL/HSL, P.O. Box 38, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2959(709) 922-2897

CJ Webb, P.O. Box 132, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2945(709) 922-1052

College of the North Atlantic / Nain Learning Centre, P.O. Box 129, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0(709) 922-2985(709) 922-2835

D & J Construction (1995) Ltd., P.O. Box 399, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2846(709) 922-2207

East End Express, P.O. Box 217, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2172(709) 922-2172

East End Holdings Inc., 1 Middle Path Road, P.O. Box 217, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-1194(709) 922-2172

Fire Emergency Reporting, General Delivery, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2929

Gilbert Hay Sculptures, P.O. Box 144, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-1020(888) 717-5801

Hayne's Store Ltd., 57 Middle Path Road, P.O. Box 23, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2822(709) 922-2897

Health Labrador Corporation Nain Health Centre, General Delivery, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0(709) 922-2912(709) 922-2103

Innu Mikun Airlines - Nain, General Delivery, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2500(709) 922-2500

Jens Haven Memorial School / K-3, General Delivery, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-1270(709) 922-1130

Jens Haven Memorial School /4-12, General Delivery, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2813(709) 922-2119

Jens Haven Memorial Student Council, General Delivery, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2842(709) 922-2119

Jesse's Taxi, P.O. Box 383, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-1549

John Terriak - Carver, P.O. Box 338, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2188(709) 922-1236

Labrador Investments Ltd. - Nain, P.O. Box 29, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2814(709) 922-2247

Labrador Legal Services, Bldg. 217 Hamilton River Road, P.O. Box 899, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0(709) 896-2919(709) 896-2588

Lyall Enterprises Ltd., P.O. Box 89, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2831(709) 922-2284

Martin Martin Group Home, General Delivery, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2211(709) 922-2212

Moravian Church in Labrador, General Delivery, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-1223

Nain Care, P.O. Box 43, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2910(709) 922-2815

Nain Community Elders, General Delivery, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2364

Nain Crime Prevention Committee, P.O. Box 220, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2862(709) 922-2133

Nain Family Resource Centre, P.O. Box 179, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2003(709) 922-2004

Nain Harbour Authority, P.O. Box 189, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-1999(709) 922-1490

Nain Husky Centre, P.O. Box 59, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2879(709) 922-2295

Nain Inuit Community Government Garage, P.O. Box 400, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2842(709) 922-2295

Nain Inuit Community Government Recreation Department / After School Program / Community Youth Network, P.O. Box 400, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2842(709) 922-2295

Nain Inuit Community Government, P.O. Box 400, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2842(709) 922-2295

Nain Local Housing Committee, P.O. Box 59, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2842(709) 922-2295

Nain Safe House, P.O. Box 447, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-1229(709) 922-1424

Nain Search & Rescue, P.O. Box 220, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2862(709) 922-2133

Nain Volunteer Fire Department, General Delivery, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2951(709) 922-2952

Nanuk Diving Inc., P.O. Box 281, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-1061(709) 922-1061

Nanuk Hi-Point Ltd., P.O. Box 281, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-1385(709) 922-1061

Natsik Services Incorporated, P.O. Box 222, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 576-6488(709) 576-6489

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Nain

Access: Nain is the most northern community found on the coast of Labrador. It is approximately 230 air miles north of Happy Valley Goose Bay.

Area: 9458 hectares

Population

Total Population: 1 185

Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Inuit-Aleut (Inuit) Mother Tongue: Inuktitut, English Government

Nain Inuit Community Government

Address: P.O. Box 400, Nain, NL A0P 1L0 Tel.: (709) 922-2842 Fax: (709) 922-2295

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: N/A Provincial Organization: N/A

Industries and Economic Activities

Fishing, hunting and trapping are still the big part of the economic activities in this community. The commercial fishing season usually lasts from July to October. The main species of fish are arctic char, Atlantic salmon, turbot, grenadier and scallop. In late spring just before the ice breaks up, people fish for trout, for home consumption, in the mouths of rivers in the Nain area. Subsistence hunting is performed year round for different species of animals, marine mammals and birds: ducks and geese are hunted in the fall just before freeze-up; caribou is mainly hunted in the spring when the George River Caribou Herd often passes on its way to calving grounds between Nain and Hebron. Some trapping is done during winter months for fox, wolf, etc., while seals are hunted year-round. Nain also has a wide variety of businesses including: hotel, restaurants, craft shop, diving company, bulk fuel storage facility, snack bars, boarding houses, retail stores. There are numerous small contracting companies offering home office services, construction, heavy equipment, heating, plumbing, electrical, trucking, long liner charters and other services.

Community Services and Facilities

There is wide range of services available such as medical clinic and health services provided by the department of Health and Social Development, churches,

RCMP, bank, postal service, child and family services, schools, day care centre, and sports and recreation centre. Various federal and provincial government departments are represented in town as well.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant

Radio: CBC radio from Goose Bay, one local radio station broadcast from Nain - Goose Bay.

Newspapers: n.a.

Television: Regional cable from St. John’s provides cable service.

Internet Access: Internet access through Sympatico is available in the community.

Utilities

Water: Nain is fully served with a town water supply going to every house in the community.

Sewage: All houses are hooked into a town sewage system.

Other waste: n.a.

Energy/electricity: Diesel Power and community gas and oil station.

Transportation: Airline service into Nain twice a day from Goose Bay. There are also regular cargo flights into the community each week. Marine services (freight or passenger) are operating from July to November. Local speedboats, trucks, cars, four wheelers and snowmobiles are used in the winter.

Historical Notes

Established in 1771 by Moravian Missionaries, Nain is the most northern community found on the coast of Labrador. Nestled between two mountains with Mount Sophie to the south and Nain Hill to the north, the community faces a large harbour which supplies the people with their main means of transportation both in summer and winter. The surrounding landscape includes mountains, tundra, woodland areas, bays, islands, fjords and lakes. The local wildlife is made up of caribou, wolves, foxes, black bears, many types of birds and an occasional polar bear. The people of the community are mostly of Inuit descent, with some people of European and mixed descent.

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Nain

Nortech Holdings Limited Weather Station - Nain, P.O. Box 429, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2405(709) 922-1273

Northern Store - Nain, General Delivery, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2832(709) 922-2101

Nunatsiavut Government - Environmental Research Office, P.O. Box 70, 25 Ikajuktauvik Road, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2847(709) 922-2902

Nunatsiavut Government - Department of Health and Social Development - Nain, General Delivery, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2232(709) 922-2216

Nunatsiavut Government - Department of Health and Social DevelopmentPublic Health, General Delivery, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2962(709) 922-2216

Nunatsiavut Government Research Office, General Delivery, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2847(709) 922-1040

Nunatsiavut Government, 25 Ikajuktauvik Road, P.O. Box 70, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2942(709) 922-2931

Okalakatiget Society, 22 Ikajutauvik Road, P.O. Box 160, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2955(709) 922-2293

Philip Rideout Electrical, P.O. Box 175, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-1382

Pigutsavik Children's Centre (DHSD), P.O. Box 250, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-1330(709) 922-1105

Ray Ford Construction Ltd., P.O. Box 46, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2949(709) 922-2934

RCMP - Nain Detachment, P.O. Box 220, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2862(709) 922-2133

Rising Youth Council, P.O. Box 450, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-1206(709) 922-1207

Sikumiut Environmental Management Ltd., 2 Morhardt Road, P.O. Box 189, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-1999(709) 922-1490

Tasiujatsoak Wilderness Camp Ltd., P.O. Box 253, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2201

Thule Consulting Incorporated, 19 Sandbanks Road, P.O. Box 247, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0(709) 922-2193(709) 922-2193

Torngasok Cultural Centre, P.O. Box 430, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2158(709) 922-2863

Torngat Fish Producers Co-Operative Society, Limited - Nain, General Delivery, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0(709) 922-2853(709) 922-2801

Ulapitsaijct Steering Committee, P.O. Box 490, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2942(709) 922-2931

Utshimau Sales & Rentals Inc., P.O. Box 281, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-1061

Webb's Boarding House & Gift Shop, P.O. Box 55, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2960(709) 922-2294

Webb's Services Ltd., P.O. Box 55, Nain, NL, A0P 1L0 (709) 922-2865(709) 922-2294

Postville

B.L. Morrison All Grade School, 22 Paipokok Drive, P.O. Box 76, Postville, NL, A0P 1N0(709) 479-9811(709) 479-9796

Canada Post Co-Operative - Postville, 31 Kaipokok Drive, Postville, NL, A0P 1N0 (709) 479-9739

Innu Mikun Airlines / Postville, 1 Airport Road, Postville, NL, A0P 1N0 (709) 479-9835(709) 479-9835

Nunatsiavut Government - Postville Office, 37 Kaipokok Drive, Postville, NL, A0P 1N0(709) 479-9880(709) 479-9891

Nunatsiavut Government -Department of Health & Social Development, 35 Kaipokok Drive, Postville, NL, A0P 1N0 (709) 479-9842(709) 479-9745

Postmill Lumber, P.O. Box 79, Postville, NL, A0P 1N0 (709) 479-9706(709) 479-9752

Postville Community Health Nurse, 35 Kaipokok Drive, P.O. Box 78, Postville, NL, A0P 1N0(709) 479-9878(709) 479-9745

Postville Ground Search and Rescue Team, General Delivery, Postville, NL, A0P 1N0 (709) 479-9826

Postville Health Clinic, 3 Park Road, Postville, NL, A0P 1N0 (709) 479-9851(709) 479-9715

Postville Inuit Community Government, 20 Kaipokok Drive, P.O. Box 74, Postville, NL, A0P 1N0 (709) 479-9830(709) 479-9888

Postville Local Housing Committee, General Delivery, Postville, NL, A0P 1N0 (709) 479-9897

Postville Radio Society, 20 Kaipokok Drive, P.O. Box 74, Postville, NL, A0P 1N0 (709) 479-9870

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Postville

Access: Postville community is located approximately 40 kilometres into the scenic interior of Kaipokok Bay.

Area: 196 hectares

Population

Total Population: 205

Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Inuit-Aleut (Inuit) Mother Tongue: Inuktitut, English

Government

Postville Inuit Community Government Address: P.O. Box 74, Postville, NL A0P 1N0 Tel.: (709) 479-9830 Fax: (709) 479-9888

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: Nunatsiavut Government Provincial Organization: N/A

Industries and Economic Activities

The economy depends largely on seasonal employment with the local sawmill, housing corporation, community council and fisheries as the main employers. The local business establishments in Postville are one general store, a gas station, a Bed & Breakfast and Canada Post.

Community Services and Facilities

The municipal council serves the people of the community. The nursing station is staffed with a nurse and an assistant with visits from the doctor, dentist and optometrist regularly. School education is provided by Labrador School Board for kindergarten to grade 12. Day care, Pentecostal church, and recreation services are also available in the community.

Communications

Telephone: Bell Aliant

Radio: - CBC Radio One CBND-FM 105.1 FM Relay inc., CFGB from Goose Bay.

CSPL 89.9 FM - Local Community Radio - Relays OK Society from Nain at all non-local times.

Newspapers: n.a.

Television: 15 channels cable television available, CBC from Goose Bay. Internet Access: Available Utilities

Water: Full community water and sewer system. Sewage: Full community water and sewer system. Other waste: Community dump Energy/electricity: Diesel power. Stove oil can be purchased.

Transportation: Airline service into Postville daily via Air Labrador. Sunday to Friday via Innu Mikun Provincial Airlines. Labrador Coastal Services are available from July to November. Cars, trucks and four wheelers can be used from May to November. Snowmobiles during the winter.

Historical Notes

Like all other communities on the north coast of Labrador, most people of the Postville community are of Aboriginal descent. First known as the Post, it was originally a traditional trading post. Postville’s rugged mountains, fast-flowing rivers and abundant forests are home to black bears, foxes, wolves, caribou and even moose. Migratory birds also flock to the area in spring and fall. It is said to have some of the finest rivers in the area for Atlantic salmon. It is also possible to fish for char and brook trout almost year round.

Businesses and organizations

Postville Recreation Committee, 20 Kaipokok Drive, P.O. Box 74, Postville, NL, A0P 1N0(709) 479-9882(709) 479-9888

Postville Volunteer Fire Brigade, General Delivery, Postville, NL, A0P 1N0 (709) 479-9899

Sheppard's Ski-Doo & Variety Shop Inc., P.O. Box 35, Postville, NL, A0P 1N0 (709) 479-9840(709) 479-9771

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Bear Safe Planning Inc., P.O. Box 66, Rigolet, NL, A0P 1P0

Rigolet

(709) 947-3335

Blakes Efficiency Units, P.O. Box 16, Rigolet, NL, A0P 1P0 (709) 947-3364

Blake's, P.O. Box 23, Rigolet, NL, A0P 1P0 (709) 947-3450

Canada Post Corporation - Rigolet, General Delivery, Rigolet, NL, A0P 1P0

(709) 947-3366

Health Labrador Corporation / Rigolet Medical Clinic, P.O. Box 25, Rigolet, NL, A0P 1P0(709) 947-3386(709) 947-3401

Michelin Gas - Convenience Ltd., P.O. Box 40, Rigolet, NL, A0P 1P0

Native Spirit Youth Centre, General Delivery, Rigolet, NL, A0P 1P0

Northern Lights Academy, P.O. Box 89, Rigolet, NL, A0P 1P0

Northern, General Delivery, Rigolet, NL, A0P 1P0

(709) 947-3399(709) 947-3471

(709) 947-3539

(709) 947-3350(709) 947-3429

(709) 947-3380(709) 947-3436

Nunatsiavut Governement - Health and Social Development - Rigolet, P.O. Box 26, Rigolet, NL, A0P 1P0 (709) 947-3328(709) 947-3412

Nunatsiavut Government - Rigolet Office, P.O. Box 47, Rigolet, NL, A0P 1P0 (709) 947-3363(709) 947-3371

RCMP - Rigolet, P.O. Box 170, Rigolet, NL, A0P 1P0 (709) 947-3400(709) 947-3447

Rigolet Community Hall, P.O. Box 69, Rigolet, NL, A0P 1P0 (709) 947-3411(709) 947-3360

Rigolet Fire Station, P.O. Box 69, Rigolet, NL, A0P 1P0 (709) 947-3377(709) 947-3360

Rigolet Inuit Community Government, P.O. Box 69, Rigolet, NL, A0P 1P0 (709) 947-3382(709) 947-3360

Sinittavik Inn, P.O. Box 123, Rigolet, NL, A0P 1P0 (709) 947-3459(709) 947-3430

Sister's By Two Ltd., P.O. Box 165, Rigolet, NL, A0P 1P0 (709) 947-3414(709) 947-3414

Businesses and organizations
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Population

Total Population: 305

Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Inuit-Aleut (Inuit)

Mother Tongue: Inuktitut, English

Government

Rigolet Inuit Community Government

Address: P.O. Box 69, Rigolet, NL A0P 1P0

Tel.: (709) 947-3382 Fax: (709) 947-3360

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: N/A Provincial Organization: N/A

Industries and Economic Activities

Rigolet’s economic base has taken a blow with the decline of the cod and salmon fishery. A cruise ship occasionally visits in the summer bringing opportunities for tourism development. The whale watching from Rigolet is spectacular. Local businesses includes: general store, convenience store and accommodations,

Community Services and Facilities

The nursing station operated by Health Labrador is staffed by 2 nurses with periodical visits from doctor, dentist and some specialists. RCMP officer is stationed in the community with 2 constables, school.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant

Radio: There is a local channel (89,9 FM) and CBC. Newspapers: The Labradorian. Television: All major channels Internet Access: Dial-up internet access is available with a local dial-up number, also high speed.

Rigolet

Access:

Rigolet is located on Hamilton Inlet, which is at the entrance to Lake Melville.

Area: 361 hectares

Utilities

Water: Water is pumped to homes from a local lake. Water samples are taken for testing regularly. Sewage: Full community water and sewer system. Other waste: n.a.

Energy/electricity: A hydro plant runs diesel generators to supply electricity to town. Most homes burn wood. Oil can be bought locally or bought yearly in the fall when the oil boat fills school tanks.

Transportation: Air service to Goose Bay and North Coast every day except Saturday. Labrador Coastal Services are available from July to November. Trucks, ATVs, snowmobiles and speed boats are local methods of transport.

Historical Notes

Rigolet was established in 1735 as a trading post. Rigolet is a small community nestled in a sheltered cove close to the entrance to Lake Melville. Lake Melville is a fresh water lake and freezes over winter, closing the port of Goose Bay to navigation. Rigolet, on the other hand, is on salt water and is accessible just about year round. Existing for over 200 years, it was first settled by French and native fur traders and boasts the first Hudson Bay Trading Post in Labrador.

Although isolated, Rigolet has always been important to the region. The rich Inuit heritage of the people offers the newcomer an opportunity for immersion into a traditional northern lifestyle involving a closeness to the land and its resources.

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The first known inhabited Mi’kmaq site in the Maritimes has been dated back 10,600 years. Before the arrival of Europeans, their traditional territories included Nova Scotia, the Gaspé Peninsula of Québec, Prince Edward Island, the eastern coastal regions of New Brunswick, and later in the 17th Century some parts of Newfoundland. The term Mi’kmaq comes from their word nikmak, meaning “my-kin-friends”.

The Mi’kmaq lived in wigwams; the word “wigwam” originates from the word “wiknom”, meaning a dwelling. Wigwams were build using spruce poles tied up at top and spread out at bottom, and birch barks as shingles. Their clothing was made from the skins of mammals, birds and fish. A semi-nomadic people, the Mi’kmaq lived together in familial tribal groups, and they would move around between their seasonal villages. Because of living far north, the Mi’kmaq did very little farming but they were very skilled hunters and gatherers, especially on fishing sea mammals and harvesting wild berries; they were also known for their unique canoe skills.

Before the Europeans arrived, the entire Maritime region from east of St. John River to west of the St. Lawrence was know as Megumaage. It was divided into seven hunting districts with a chief for each district. Each of the districts was made up of several villages with each village has its own chief. While each group tended to live on its own, the whole community would assemble to make collective decisions in critical times, such as war. All of the district chiefs would convene in a Grand Council to achieve a consensus, and elect one of their members ‘Grand Saqamaw’ to act as their spokesman with outsiders. The wampum belts were used by each tribe to record its history.

The Mi’kmaq made their first recorded contact with Europeans in 1497 and the first permanent European settlement in the Maritimes was at Port Royal in 1605. The French settlers and Mi’kmaq became friends through the fur trade. The Mi’kmaq acted as middleman between the Europeans and the other native group. The British’s attack on the French settlements in the Mi’kmaq territory in 1613 convinced the Mi’kmaq that the British were their enemy. Since then, the hostilities between French/Mi’kmaq and the British lasted on and off for over 150 years. The Mi’kmaq have been at peace since 1779, and treaties signed during the early 1800s established the reserves which the Mi’kmaq still occupy in the Maritimes today.

The Mi’kmaq population was estimated between 3,000 and 20,000 before the contact with Europeans. The epidemics and typhus outbreak drastically reduced its population to as low as 1,800 in early 19th Century.

Today, there are over 27,600 registered Mi’kmaq in the Martimes and Québec including 9 bands and over 6, 750 Mi’kmaq in New Brunswick, 1 band and 2,385 Mi’kmaq in Newfoundland, 13 bands and more than 12,700 Mi’kmaq in Nova Scotia, 2 bands and over 1,000 Mi’kmaq in Prince Edward Island, and 3 bands over 4,800 Mi’kmaq in Québec.

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Amalijek Lake Outfitting, P.O. Box 120, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0

Miawpkek

(709) 687-7554

Bayview Cloverfarm, P.O. Box 140, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2095(709) 882-2255

Canada Post - Conne River, General Delivery, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2185

Canadian Helicopters, General Delivery, Connie River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2858

Capital Lands and Housing, P.O. Box 10, Connie River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2148

Cecil Benoits Youth Center, P.O. Box 160, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2895(709) 882-2836

Christmas Tree Farming, P.O. Box 10, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2470(709) 882-2292

Coast of Bays Contracting & Development Ltd., General Delivery, Netukulimk Fisheries Building, Connie River, NL, A0H 1J0

(709) 882-3500(709) 882-3478

Conne River Ambulance, P.O. Box 160, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2705(709) 882-2836

Conne River Fire Department, P.O. Box 10, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2222(709) 882-2292

Conne River Garage, P.O. Box 10, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2731

Conne River Gas Bar, P.O. Box 10, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2731(709) 882-2292

Conne River Health & Social Services, P.O. Box 160, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2710(709) 882-2836

Conne River Nutrition Centre, P.O Box 160, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2131(709) 882-2836

Conne River Outfitting, P.O. Box 10, Bay D'Espoir, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2148(709) 882-2292

Conne.com, P.O. Box 100, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2952(709) 882-2528

Connie River Building Supplies, P.O. Box 10, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2882(709) 882-2276

Connie River Marina, P.O. Box 10, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2148

Dashwoods Diner, P.O. Box 180, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2976(709) 882-2976

Eaglequest Tourism Adventures, P.O. Box 10, Bay D'Espoir, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0(709) 882-2470(709) 882-2292

Fortune Bay Aquaculture, General Delivery, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2653(709) 882-3475

Four Winds Day Care, P.O. Box 160, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2710(709) 882-2836

Glenn John Arts and Crafts, P.O. Box 10, Bay D'Espoir, P.O. Box 10, Bay D'Espoir, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2555(709) 882-2292

Iroquois Bone Carvings, P.O. Box 180, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2976(709) 882-2976

Jane's Flower Shop, General Delivery, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2579

Jeddore Store, P.O. Box 29, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2454(709) 882-2460

Jeddore's Aviation Maintenance, P.O. Box 120, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 538-7773(709) 882-2460

Jipuji'j Nature Park, P.O. Box 10, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2470(709) 882-2292

Kopit Enterprises Ltd., P.O. Box 10, Bay D'Espoir, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2470(709) 882-2292

Miawpukek Cable Vision, P.O. Box 10, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2470(709) 882-2292

Miawpukek Economic Development, P.O. Box 10, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2470(709) 882-2458

Miawpukek First Nation Band Office, P.O. Box 10, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2470(709) 882-2292

Miawpukek First Nation Training & Economic Development Department, P.O. Box 10, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-1272(709) 882-2401

Miawpukek Justice Department, P.O. Box 10, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2148(709) 882-2894

Miawpukek Public Work, P.O. Box 10, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2470(709) 882-2292

Micmac Air Charter, P.O. Box 10, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2148(709) 882-2292

Mik'maq Discovery Centre, P.O. Box 10, Connie River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2148

Netukulimk Fisheries Ltd., P.O. Box 10, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-3500(709) 882-3478

Nicole's Hair Salon, General Delivery, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2158

Patridge Point Lounge, P.O. Box 99, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2229(709) 882-2169

RCMP - Bay D'Espoir Detachment / Conne River Aboriginal Police Force, P.O. Box 99, Milltown, NL, A0H 1W0 (709) 882-2915(709) 882-2274

Riverside Arcade and Take Out, P.O. Box 27, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2073

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NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

Mi’kmaq Miawpukek

Conne River Reserve is located on the South Central Coast of Newfoundland and is approximately 224 km south of Gander.

Population

Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation : Algonkian (Micmac)

Mother Tongue : English

Government

Miawpukek First Nation

Address: P.O. Box 10, Bay D’Espoir, Conne River, NL A0H 1J0

Tel.: (709) 882-2470 Fax: (709) 882-2292 Web Site: http://www.mfngov.ca

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: Unaffiliated Provincial Organization: n.a.

Industries

The most employment opportunities are from band office, clinic and school. The major businesses in the community are owned by the band and are operated by band members. Some businesses are owned privately. Most businesses are in outfitting, aquaculture industry, tourism, forestry, service sector and arts and crafts.

Community Services and Facilities

The facilities and services that exist are band office, fire station, health and social services building, post office, marina, church, recreation, softball field, playground, air services, school, RCMP, convenience stores and gas bar.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant

Radio: n.a.

Newspapers: The Coaster

Television: The Miawpukek First Nation Cablevision Operation provides cable television service to the Conne River & the community of Morrisville.

Utilities

Water: n.a.

Sewage: n.a.

Other waste: n.a.

Energy/electricity: Most of the homes in Conne River are heated by wood and electric heat.

Historical Notes

When Newfoundland and Labrador (NFLD) joined Confederation in 1949, its Aboriginal people were not distinctly recognized but were accorded the same status as other Newfoundlanders. In 1973 Conne River was established as a native community. But it was only until 1986, the Miawpukek First Nation finally received recognition under the Indian Act. The existing band office was constructed in 1991 with an expansion in 2000 to accommodate more new offices and a resource centre.

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Riverside Video, P.O. Box 9, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0

(709) 882-2729

Sentanneway School, P.O. Box 100, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2941(709) 882-2528

Wellness Center, P.O. Box 160, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2710(709) 882-2836

Wetzel's Law Office - Barrister and Solicitor / First Nation Consultant, P.O. Box 74, Conne River, NL, A0H 1J0 (709) 882-2666(709) 882-2666

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MI’KMAQ MI’KMAQ

The first known inhabited Mi’kmaq site in the Maritimes has been dated back 10,600 years. Before the arrival of Europeans, their traditional territories included Nova Scotia, the Gaspé Peninsula of Québec, Prince Edward Island, the eastern coastal regions of New Brunswick, and later in the 17th Century some parts of Newfoundland. The term Mi’kmaq comes from their word nikmak, meaning “my-kin-friends”.

The Mi’kmaq lived in wigwams; the word “wigwam” originates from the word “wiknom”, meaning a dwelling. Wigwams were build using spruce poles tied up at top and spread out at bottom, and birch barks as shingles. Their clothing was made from the skins of mammals, birds and fish. A semi-nomadic people, the Mi’kmaq lived together in familial tribal groups, and they would move around between their seasonal villages. Because of living far north, the Mi’kmaq did very little farming but they were very skilled hunters and gatherers, especially on fishing sea mammals and harvesting wild berries; they were also known for their unique canoe skills.

Before the Europeans arrived, the entire Maritime region from east of St. John River to west of the St. Lawrence was know as Megumaage. It was divided into seven hunting districts with a chief for each district. Each of the districts was made up of several villages with each village has its own chief. While each group tended to live on its own, the whole community would assemble to make collective decisions in critical times, such as war. All of the district chiefs would convene in a Grand Council to achieve a consensus, and elect one of their members ‘Grand Saqamaw’ to act as their spokesman with outsiders. The wampum belts were used by each tribe to record its history.

The Mi’kmaq made their first recorded contact with Europeans in 1497 and the first permanent European settlement in the Maritimes was at Port Royal in 1605. The French settlers and Mi’kmaq became friends through the fur trade. The Mi’kmaq acted as middleman between the Europeans and the other native group. The British’s attack on the French settlements in the Mi’kmaq territory in 1613 convinced the Mi’kmaq that the British were their enemy. Since then, the hostilities between French/Mi’kmaq and the British lasted on and off for over 150 years. The Mi’kmaq have been at peace since 1779, and treaties signed during the early 1800s established the reserves which the Mi’kmaq still occupy in the Maritimes today.

The Mi’kmaq population was estimated between 3,000 and 20,000 before the contact with Europeans. The epidemics and typhus outbreak drastically reduced its population to as low as 1,800 in early 19th Century.

Today, there are over 27,600 registered Mi’kmaq in the Martimes and Québec including 9 bands and over 6, 750 Mi’kmaq in New Brunswick, 1 band and 2,385 Mi’kmaq in Newfoundland, 13 bands and more than 12,700 Mi’kmaq in Nova Scotia, 2 bands and over 1,000 Mi’kmaq in Prince Edward Island, and 3 bands over 4,800 Mi’kmaq in Québec.

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Mi’kmaq

Businesses and organizations

Acadia

Acadia First Nation Youth Centre / Headstart Program, 10526 Highway 3, Yarmouth, NS, B5A 4A8 (902) 742-6928

Acadia First Nation, 10526 Highway 3, Yarmouth, NS, B5A 4A8 (902) 742-0257(902) 742-8854

Gold Reserves AFN, 13 Beech Hill Road, Gold River, NS, B0J 1K0 (902) 627-1189(902) 627-1242

Gold River Health Centre, R.R. #2, Chester Basin, NS, B0J 1K0 (902) 627-1245(902) 627-1361

Kespuwick Fisheries, 10526 Hwy 3, Starr's Road, Yarmouth, NS, B5A 4A8 (902) 742-7354(902) 742-9355

Medway River Entertainment Limited - AFN, 5163 Highway 210, Greenfield, NS, B0T 1X0(902) 685-2319(902) 685-2308

The Gold Nugget AFN, 35 Beech Hill Road, Gold River (Western Shore), NS, B0J 1K0(902) 627-1265(902) 627-1416

W ildcat Entertainment, R.R. #1, South Brookfield, NS, B0T 1X0 (902) 682-2665(902) 682-2324

Winners Corner AFN, 11 Reserve Road, Yarmouth, NS, B5A 4A8 (902) 742-1140(902) 742-5829

Yarmouth Health Centre, 10526 Hwy 3, R.R. #4, P.O. Box 5914C, Yarmouth, NS, B5A 4A8(902) 742-4337(902) 742-4824

Your Winners World - AFN, 10588 Starrs Road, Yarmouth, NS, B5A 4A8 (902) 742-4715(902) 742-5880

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Mi’kmaq Acadia

Access

Acadia First Nation is composed of Gold River (off Highway 103 near Chester Basin), Medway, Ponhook Lake (off Highway 8 on the Indian Garden Road), Wildcat and Yarmouth Reserves. Most of these reserves are located within 116 km of Halifax except Yarmouth Reserve which is most populated site located at 3.2 km east of Yarmouth.

Area

Gold River No. 21: 270.2 ha.

Medway No. 11: 403 ha.

Ponhook Lake No. 10:101.8 ha. Wildcat No.12: 465.4 ha. Yarmouth No.33: 27.57 ha.

Population

Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian (Micmac)

Mother Tongue: Micmac, English

Government

Acadia First Nation

Address: R.R. #4, 10526 Hwy 3, Yarmouth, NS, B5A 4A8

Tel.: (902) 742-0257 Fax: (902) 742-8854

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: Union of Nova Scotia Indians - Advisory Services

Provincial Organization: n.a.

Industries

There are 6 gaming facilities and stores on the reserves. Fishing and hunting, arts and crafts are still the traditional activities kept by the people of Acadia First Nation. Health, education and forestry sectors also employs large percentage of its band members.

Community Services and Facilities

Administration office, youth centre, health centre, day care and Headstart program.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant Radio: n.a.

Newspapers: n.a.

Television: All major channels Internet Access: Yes

Utilities

Water: n.a.

Sewage: n.a.

Other waste: n.a.

Energy/electricity: n.a.

Historical Notes

Acadia First Nation is composed of five reserves spread throughout the south western shore of Nova Scotia and across three counties. Gold River Reserve was established on May 8, 1820. Local myths claim that the first settlers in the area panned for gold in the river adjacent to the reserve, which is how it got its name. Wildcat Reserve is a native settlement that has managed to maintain its traditional activities such as hunting, trapping, fishing, and canoeing. The Reserve was established on June 8, 1820. Ponhook Reserve was established on June 8, 1843. Due to its isolated rural environment, the reserve becomes an ideal summer vacation land and hunting ground in the winter. Medway Reserve, established on May 8, 1865, is the smallest reserve among the 5 reserves. There are very few band members that inhabit the land. Finally, the Yarmouth Reserve which is now most populated reserve was established on June 8, 1887. However, before 1986, the reserve was situated on a swampy and inferior land until the land at the opposite of the original reserve was purchased by the band.

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Annapolis ValleyMi’kmaq

Businesses and organizations

Annapolis Valley First Nation Health Centre, 640 Ratchford Road, Cambridge 32, NS, B0P 1G0 (902) 538-1444(902) 538-1353

Annapolis Valley First Nation Smoke Shop, 64 Goo-ow Lane, Cambridge 32, NS, B0P 1G0(902) 538-7525

Annapolis Valley First Nation, 29 Toney Boulevard, Cambridge 32, NS, B0P 1G0 (902) 538-7149(902) 538-7734

Annapolis Valley Gas Bar, 38 Goo-Ow Lane, Cambridge 32, NS, B0P 1G0 (902) 538-1407

Annapolis Valley Recreation Hall, 120 Kakwa Street, Cambridge 32, NS, B0P 1G0 (902) 538-3317(902) 538-7734

NADACA - Annapolis Valley First Nation, 640 Ratchford Road, Cambridge 32, NS, B0P 1G0(902) 538-1444(902) 538-1353

Three Wishes Childs Care, 58 Goo-Ow Lane, Cambridge 32, NS, B0P 1G0 (902) 538-1048(902) 538-7734

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Mi’kmaq

Annapolis Valley

Access:

The Annapolis Valley First Nation inhabits the Cambridge Reserve which is located 88 km northwest of Halifax and the St. Croix Reserve which is located 46.4 km northwest of Halifax.

Area:

Cambridge No. 32: 18.7 ha. St. Croix No. 34: 126.2 ha.

Population

287 Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian (Micmac)

Mother Tongue: Micmac, English

Government

Annapolis Valley First Nation Band Council Address: 29 Toney Blvd., Cambridge Station, NS B0P 1G0

Tel.: (902) 538-7149 Fax: (902) 538-7734

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq Provincial Organization: n.a.

Industries

Fishing, retail and trades, service industry, education and health.

Community Services and Facilities

Administration office, day care, recreation hall, senior’s centre, and health centre

Communications

Telephone: Aliant Radio: n.a. Newspapers: n.a. Television: All major channels Internet Access: Yes

Utilities

Water: n.a.

Sewage: n.a.

Other waste: n.a.

Energy/electricity: n.a.

Historical Notes

Cambridge reserve and St. Croix reserve were established in 1880 and 1851. In the late 1940’s Indian Brook Reserve offered houses to a number of families from Annapolis Valley. A large segment of the population moved to Indian Brook, resulting in a breakdown in language and culture. Today, the Annapolis Valley First Nation is determined to regain its identity. Their reserves are surrounded by two mountains. Beyond the mountain to the north lies the Bay of Fundy, a natural habitat of lobster where the community normally harvests its stock of seafood. The fresh water Cornwallis River, a good source for trout, flows through the southern part of the reserve.

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Mi’kmaq

Population

332 Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian (Micmac)

Mother Tongue: Micmac, English

Government

Bear River First Nation

Address: P.O. Box 210, Bear River, NS B0S 1B0 Tel.: (902) 467-3802 Fax: (902) 467-4143

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq Provincial Organization: n.a. Industries

Fishing, tourism, forestry management, construction, arts and crafts

Community Services and Facilities

Band office, cultural and learning centre, alcohol and drug program, health centre, playground and pool, church, family and children services.

Bear River

Access:

The Bear River First Nation inhabits 3 Bear River Reserves which are located 17.7 km southeast of Digby, 9.6 km southeast of Annapolis Valley, and 6.4 km southeast of Annapolis Valley. To get there, take Trans Canada 101 towards Annapolis Valley and take right at exit #24 until you reach the Bear River Community.

Area:

Bear River No. 6:633.8 ha Bear River No. 6A:31.2 ha. Bear River No. 6B:24.3 ha.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant Radio: n.a. Newspapers: n.a. Television: All major channels Internet Access: Yes

Utilities

Water: Main system with pumping station. Sewage: A solar aquatics wastewater treatment facility is in place to treat the community's sewage. The plants and animals serving the system are housed within a greenhouse at the centre of the village. Other waste: n.a. Energy/electricity: n.a.

Historical Notes

Bear River reserves were established in 1820, 1938, and 1962. The community established its own church in 1831. The people of the Bear River hunted porpoise as well as blackfish, white whales and seals in the Bay of Fundy during the summer months in the nineteenth century. They would travel from forest to coast during the month of May and June. Canoes were used to carry the families and goods for the summer long hunt.

Bear

Businesses and

Bear River First Nation Band Office, P.O. Box 210, Bear River, NS, B0S 1B0 (902) 467-3802(902) 467-4143

Bear River First Nation Health Centre, P.O. Box 210, Bear River, NS, B0S 1B0 (902) 467-4197(902) 467-0951

L'sitkuk Gas Bar, General Delivery, Bear River, NS, B0S 1B0 (902) 467-0557

Muin Sipu Learning Centre, P.O. Box 210, Bear River, NS, B0S 1B0 (902) 467-4193

Stone Bear Tracks and Trails, General Delivery, Bear River, NS, B0S 1B0 (902) 467-3963

TINT Equipment Services, General Delivery, Bear River, NS, B0S 1B0 (902) 467-3828

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EskasoniMi’kmaq

Businesses and organizations

Al Gould's Electrical, 4243 Eskasoni Road, P.O. Box 8111, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1C2 (902) 379-2707(902) 379-2707

Allan W. Jeddore Trucking, 74 Castle Bay Road, Eskasoni First Nation, NS, B1W 1A1(902) 379-2583

Allison Bernard Memorial High School, 4673 Shore Road, P.O. Box 7969, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B8 (902) 379-3000(902) 379-3011

Bernard's Apartments, 4759 Shore Road, P.O. Box 7669, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B1 (902) 379-2178

Cal's Cash N Go, 78 Mini Mall Drive, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1A3 (902) 379-1282

Crane Cover Seafoods, 4115 Shore Road, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1C2 (902) 379-2024(902) 379-2159

Denny's Auto Sales and Repairs, 5 Jown Street, P.O. Box 8066, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1C1(902) 379-2734

Douglas Denny Trucking, 40 Denny's Lane, P.O. Box 8050, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1C1 (902) 379-2920(902) 379-2844

East Eagle Contracting, 65 Minimall Drive, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1C2 (902) 564-5600(902) 564-5684

Emergency Health Services, 10 Arena Road, P.O. Box 7801, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B8 (902) 379-2052

Eskasoni Home Care, 15 Medicine Trail, P.O. Box 7745, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B3 (902) 379-1357(902) 379-2421

Eskasoni Commercial Fishing, 4115 Shore Road, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1C2 (902) 379-2024(902) 379-2159

Eskasoni Community Health Center, 15 Medicine Trail, P.O. Box 7745, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B3(902) 379-3200(902) 379-2421

Eskasoni Dan. K Memorial Rink, 26 Arena Road, P.O. Box 7117, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1A2(902) 379-2344

Eskasoni Economic Development, 63 Mini Mall, P.O. Box 7172, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1A1(902) 379-2242(902) 379-2172

Eskasoni Elementary and Middle School, 4675 Shore Road, P.O. Box 7970, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B8 (902) 379-2825(902) 379-2886

Eskasoni First Nation, 63 Mini Mall Drive, P.O. Box 7040, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1A1 (902) 379-2800(902) 379-2172

Eskasoni Fish and Wildlife Commission, 4115 Shore Road, P.O. Box 8097, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1C2 (902) 379-2024(902) 379-2159

Eskasoni Fitness Center, 4543-Unit A Shore Road, P.O. Box 7921, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B7(902) 379-2496

Eskasoni Gambling Commission, 63 Mini Mall Drive, P.O. Box 7117, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1A2(902) 379-2704(902) 379-2670

Eskasoni Head Start Center, 14 Medicine Trail, P.O. Box 7745, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B3(902) 379-2232(902) 379-2875

Eskasoni Pharmachoice, 15 Medicine Trail, P.O. Box 7766, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B3 (902) 379-1029(902) 379-1032

Eskasoni Prenatal Clinic, 15 Medicine Trail, P.O. Box 7745, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B3 (902) 379-3200(902) 379-2421

Eskasoni Primary Care, 15 Medicine Trail, P.O. Box 7745, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B3 (902) 379-2500(902) 379-2271

Eskasoni School Board, 4645 Shore Road, P.O. Box 7959, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B8 (902) 379-2507(902) 379-2273

Eskasoni School Dental Clinic, 4675 Shore Road, P.O. Box 7970, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B8(902) 379-2302

Eskasoni Sewage Plant, 4893 Shore Road, P.O. Box 7739, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B3 (902) 379-2622

Eskasoni Social Development, 63 Mini Mall, P.O. Box 7070, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1A1 (902) 379-2826

Eskasoni Tobacco Shop, 63 Mini Mall, P.O. Box 7117, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1A1 (902) 379-2930

Eskasoni Trading Post, 4656 Shore Road, P.O. Box 7847, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B5 (902) 379-2254

First Nations Construction, 22 Castle Bay Road, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1A1 (902) 379-2855(902) 379-2217

Francis Apartments, 425 John Paul's Lane, P.O. Box 7274, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1A3

Frenchie's Canteen, 4850 Shore Road, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1A9 (902) 379-2178

Gould's Auto Body, 10 Crane Cove, P.O. Box 8003, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B9 (902) 379-2319

Gould's Auto Cleaning Services, 16 Crane Cove Road, P.O. Box 8006, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B9(902) 379-2899

Jackie's Bingo & Casino Tours, 44 Young Street, Eskasoni, NS, B1T 1K5 (902) 304-0115

Joey Jeddore Furnace Repair, 210 Castle Bay Road, P.O. Box 7462, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1A6(902) 379-2839

Ksite'taqnk Day Care, 4531 Shore Road, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B6 (902) 379-2017

Leonard Paul Apartments, 4762 Shore Road, P.O. Box 7676, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B1(902) 379-2874

Logan's Variety, 49 Logan Drive, P.O. Box 7161, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1A2 (902) 379-2420

Mike Marshall Garage, 137 Castle Bay Road, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1A1

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Eskasoni

Access:

Main reserve, Eskasoni No. 3 is located 40 km. southwest of Sydney. To access the reserve: Take Trans Canada Highway 104 East to Cape Breton followed by Trans Canada Highway 105 North East to Provincial Arterial 125 East, then take Trunk Highway 4 South and exit at Collector Highway 216 south which will lead you to Eskasoni First Nation.

Area:

Eskasoni No. 3: 3504.6 ha. Eskasoni No. 3A: 28.5 ha. Malagawatch No. 4 (20% of): 661.3 ha.

Population

4 371 Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian (Micmac)

Mother Tongue: Micmac, English Government

Eskasoni Band Council

Address: P.O. Box 7040, 63 Mini Mall Drive, Eskasoni, NS B1W 1A1

Tel.: (902) 379-2800 Fax: (902) 379-2172 Web Site: www.eskasonibc.ca

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: Union of Nova Scotia Indians – Advisory Services

Provincial Organization: n.a. Industries

Fishing, tourism, tobacco plant. There are also numerous private businesses in the retail, trades, forestry, farming, construction, and service industries.

Community Services and Facilities

Eskasoni is a growing community that has many facilities to take care of its members. The community is led by the Band council with services such as local police, fire department, housing, health centre, social services, family and children services, Young offender Project to serve the needs of the community. There are also radio station and community channel, day care centre, schools, training and education centre located in the community.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant Radio: n.a.

Newspapers: n.a. Television: 25% or less of the residents subscribe to a satellite television service.

Internet Access: Less than 50% of the residents subscribe to an internet service.

Utilities

Water: n.a.

Sewage: Eskasoni Sewage Treatment Plant

Other waste: n.a.

Energy/electricity: n.a.

Historical Notes

Located in Cape Breton on the north shores of the East Bay of the Bras d'Or Lakes, Nova Scotia, Eskasoni First Nation is a largest First Nation Community in Atlantic Canada Eskasoni is also a very young community, with a large percentage (about 55%)of the residents being under 20 years of age.

While the Mi'kmaq people can trace their roots in Eastern Canada and the northeastern United States back over 10,000 years, Eskasoni is a fairly young community. While it was officially dedicated as a Native reserve in 1834 (According to the census of 1871, there were 125 people living in Eskasoni, whose various trades were recorded as fishermen, farmers, basketmakers, and quillworkers), most families in the community did not settle in Eskasoni until a Government relocation program during the 1930s and 40s. In 1958, Band council was established to govern the community and manage Band finances.

The word Eskasoni is derived from a Mi’kmaq word “We’kwistoqnik”. It means “Where the fire trees are plentiful”.

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Halifax Cape Breton

EskasoniMi’kmaq

Mi'kmaq Legal Support Services Network, 29 Medicine Trail, P.O. Box 7703, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B2 (902) 379-2042(902) 379-2047

Mikmaw Family & Children Services of Nova Scotia, 80 Logan Drive, P.O. Box 7142, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1A2 (902) 379-2433(902) 379-2381

Mi'kmaw Lodge Treatment Center, 70 Gabriel Street, P.O. Box 7824, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B4(902) 379-2267(902) 379-2702

Morris Pizza, 4636 Shore Road, P.O. Box 7954, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B8 (902) 379-2517

Muin Gas Bar and Fuels, 183 Castle Bay Road, P.O. Box 7083, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1A1(902) 379-2083

Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselling Association of Nova ScotiaMain Office, 70 Gabriel Street, P.O. Box 7120, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B4 (902) 379-2262(902) 379-2412

Poulettes Pizza, 18 George Street, Eskasoni, NS

RCMP - Eskasoni Detachment, 4835 Shore Road, P.O. Box 7738, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B3(902) 379-2822(902) 379-2999

Sarah Denny Cultural Centre, P.O. Box 7133, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1A2 (902) 379-2298

Sisters of St. Martha, 58 Gabriel Street, P.O. Box 7823, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B4 (902) 379-2224

Slick's Cash & Carry, 4775 Shore Road, P.O. Box 7726, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B3 (902) 379-1268

Steven's Garage, 24 Crane Cove, P.O. Box 8013, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B9 (902) 379-2015

Sylliboy's Grocery and Hardware, 4580 Shore Road, P.O. Box 7932, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1B7(902) 379-2223(902) 379-2729

Toney's Place, 4350 Shore Road, P.O. Box 8156, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1C4

Unamaki Education and Training Centre, 51 Richards Avenue, P.O. Box 7645, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1A1 (902) 379-2758(902) 379-2586

Unamaki Institute of Natural Resources, 4102 Shore Road, P.O. Box 8096, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1C2 (902) 379-2163(902) 379-2250

Unamaki Oyster Farm, 4115 Shore Road, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1C2 (902) 379-2024(902) 379-2159

Young's Dairy, 9 Pine Street, P.O. Box 7619, Eskasoni, NS, B1W 1A9 (902) 379-2717

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Mi’kmaq

Glooscap First Nation

Access:

Glooscap First Nation is located 68.8 km Northeast of Halifax. The easiest way to find the reserve by car is to exit 8A, Highway 101, to the Ben Jackson Road until the intersection at Bishopville Road is reached. Turn right on Bishopville Road and continue for 2 km until the entrance to the Glooscap First Nation is visible on the right.

Area:

Glooscap Reserve: 171.1 ha.

Population

371 Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian (Micmac) Mother Tongue: Micmac, English Government

Glooscap First Nation Band Council Address: P.O. Box 449, Hantsport, NS B0P 1P0 Tel.: (902) 684-9788 Fax: (902) 684-9890 Toll free tel.: (855) 601-4943 www.glooscapfirstnation.com

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq Provincial Organization: n.a.

Industries

A five year gaming agreement is now in place with the province of Nova Scotia, wherein Glooscap operates a “gaming room” at the Glooscap Variety Store under the authority of the Gaming Commission. Profits made from this operation are used to fund various projects and assist the members in special needs. The band also employs several employees and students throughout the year.

Community Services and Facilities

The band office consists of staff such as director of administration, native employment officer, social development administrator, education counsellor, community health nurse, community health director, drug and alcohol counsellor, maintenance/security worker and administrative assistant. There is health centre located in the community.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant Radio: n.a.

Newspapers: n.a.

Television: All major channels Internet Access: Yes Utilities

Water: Energy/electricity:

Historical Notes

Glooscap First Nation (formly Horton First Nation) is a small community which is located within the boundaries of Hants County and 6 km. from the town of Hantsport. It was established March 3, 1907. Chief Rita Smith, the mother of the Horton Band, had the distinction of being the first woman to have been Chief of two Bands, Annapolis Valley and Horton. Until June 6, 1984, Horton was separated from Annapolis Valley and became independent. The name was changed to Glooscap First Nation in 2004.

Businesses and organizations

Glooscap First Nation Band Office, 159 Smith Road, Hantsport, NS, B0P 1P0 (855) 601-4943(902) 684-9890

Glooscap First Nation Economic Development Corporation, 36A Smith Road, Hantsport, NS, B0P 1P0 (855) 601-4943

Glooscap First Nation Health and Healing Centre, 157 Smith Road, Hantsport, NS, B0P 1P0(855) 601-4944(902) 684-9890

Glooscap Variety Store and Gas Bar/Glooscap Entertainment Centre, 92 Smith Road, Hantsport, NS, B0P 1P0 (902) 684-0007

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MembertouMi’kmaq

2 Season Sports Inc., 201 Churchill Drive, Unit 103, Membertou, NS, B1S 0H1 (902) 562-0050(902) 562-1632

Austin Christmas Plumbing & Heating, 17 Aqmoqew Awti, Membertou, NS, B1S 0B6(902) 304-1090

Caribou Marsh Enterprises Ltd., 111 Membertou Street, Sydney, NS, B1S 2M9 (902) 564-6466(902) 539-6645

Edna's Antiques and Collectibles, 32 Tupsi Drive, Membertou Reserve, Cape Breton, NS, B1S 3K6 (902) 539-7772(902) 539-5856

Eugene Simon Auto Body Repair, 2408 Gabarus Highway, Sydney, NS, B1L 1G1 (902) 562-2337

Herney's Convenience, 127 Membertou Street, Membertou, NS, B1S 2N1 JR and Bucks, 22 Bradley Street, Membertou, NS, B1S 3M4 (902) 539-2277

Little Chief Centre, 113 Membertou Street, Membertou, NS, B1S 2M9 (902) 562-1121(902) 539-6645

Marshall Paint Ball, 38 Tupsi Drive, Sydney, NS, B1S 2P3 (902) 539-6466(902) 539-6645

Membertou CAP Site, 3 Kateri Street, Membertou, NS, B1S 2P2 (902) 539-4920(902) 539-6645

Membertou Cigarette Shop, 115 Membertou Street, Membertou, NS, B1S 2M9 (902) 539-3798(902) 539-6645

Membertou Education, 111 Membertou Street, Sydney, NS, B1S 2M9 (902) 564-6466(902) 539-6645

Membertou Elementary School, 111 Membertou Street, Sydney, NS, B1S 2M9 (902) 562-2205(902) 562-4561

Membertou First Nation, 111 Membertou Street, Sydney, NS, B1S 2M9 (902) 564-6466(902) 539-6645

Membertou Gaming Building 1, 42 Maillard Street, Membertou, NS, B1S 3W3 (902) 539-3049

Membertou Gaming Building 2, 40 Maillard Street, Membertou, NS, B1S 3W3 (902) 539-3952

Membertou Gaming Trailler, 115 Membertou Street, Membertou, NS, B1S 2M9 (902) 539-3798

Membertou Halifax Corporate Division, 1969 Upper Water Street, Halifax, NS, B3J 3R7(902) 429-5445(902) 429-5461

Membertou Housing and Public Works, 111 Membertou Street, Sydney, NS, B1S 2M9(902) 564-1121(902) 562-9628

Membertou Market, 38 Maillard Street, Membertou, NS, B1S 2P6 (902) 539-8401

Membertou Natural Resources / Fisheries, 111 Membertou Street, Sydney, NS, B1S 2M9(902) 567-2018(902) 567-0933

Membertou Recreation Association, 117 Membertou Street, Sydney, NS, B1S 2M9 (902) 564-6466

Membertou Trade and Convention Centre, 50 Maillard Street, Membertou, NS, B1S 3W3(902) 562-6826(902) 562-6828

Membertou VLT 3, 51 Maillard Street, Membertou, NS, B1S 3W4 (902) 562-6969

Membertou Wellness Centre, 109 Membertou Street, Membertou, NS, B1S 2M9 (902) 564-6466(902) 539-9954

Mi'Kmaq Gas & Convenience, 101 Membertou Street, Membertou, NS, B1S 3M8 (902) 539-3121(902) 562-8216

Mi'kmaq Gifts and Collectibles, 6 Micmac Crescent, Membertou, NS, B1S 2P4 (902) 564-8997

Mi'kmaw Kina'matnewey, 47 Maillard Street, Membertou, NS, B1S 2P5 (902) 567-0336(902) 567-0337

Moore's Hardwood Flooring, 164 Membertou Street, Membertou, NS, B1S 2N5 (902) 539-7645

Native Design Services, 100 Membertou Street, Sydney, NS, B1S 2M8 (888) 828-9355(514) 828-9345

Union of Nova Scotia Indians, 201 Churchill Drive, Suite 304, Membertou, NS, B1S 0H1(902) 539-4107(902) 564-2137

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Mi’kmaq

Population

1 460 Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian (Micmac)

Mother Tongue: Micmac, English Government

Membertou Band Council Address: 111 Membertou Street, Sydney, Nova Scotia B1S 2M9

Tel.: (902) 564-6466 Fax: (902) 539-6645 Web Site: http://www.membertou.ca

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: Union of Nova Scotia Indians – Advisory Services

Provincial Organization: n.a.

Industries and Economic Development

The main industries are fishing and gaming. Other economic activities can be found are in retail and trades, service industry, construction, arts and crafts. There are numerous entrepreneurs undertaking a variety of business services ranging from the operation of convenience stores, a gas station, art gallery, barber shops, pizza shop, antique store, hair dressing salon, smoke shop, furniture and office supplies, medical supplies, home oil delivery, construction project management services, computer products, computer programming, web design, plumbing, brick laying, and welding amongst others.

Membertou

Access:

Membertou First Nation reserves are located in a radius of 1.6 km. to 62.4 km. of Sydney. Take Trans Canada 105 past Baddeck and towards North Sydney until reach exit 20 to get on Highway 125. Follow 125 towards Sydney and take exit 6 onto King Road and follow it till get to Holiday Inn and take the first street on right. Follow this street to the end then take a right and the first street on the left is Membertou street. The Band Office is on the left.

Area:

Membertou No. 28B: 95.1 ha. Sydney No. 28A: 5.1 ha

Caribou Marsh No. 29: 219.3 ha. Malagawatch No. 4: (20% of): 661.3

Community Services and Facilities

Administration office, day care, Veterans Memorial Building, senior citizens group, wellness centre, adult education, recreation facilities including a sports complex, 2 ball fields and a track, church services, elementary school, youth peer tutoring, education, housing and public works.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant Radio: n.a.

Newspapers: Weekly community newsletter. Television: About 50% of the residents subscribe to a satellite television service. Internet Access: More than 50% of the residents subscribe to an Internet service

Utilities

Water: n.a. Sewage: n.a.

Other waste: n.a. Energy/electricity: n.a.

Historical Notes

The Membertou reserve was established in August 31, 1925 (The original Membertou reserve was situated along the shore of Sydney Harbour and was known as the Old King’s Road Reserve, until 1927, Membertou was relocated to where it now exists.) Caribou Marsh Reserve was established in April 28, 1882. Sydney Reserve was established in September 7, 1921. And the Malagawatch Reserve (20% held by Membertou) was established in August 2, 1833.

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and organizations

Confederacy of Mainland Mi'kmaq, The, 57 Martin Crescent, P.O. Box 1590, Truro, NS, B2N 5V3 (902) 895-6385(902) 893-1520

Digital Sound Mobile D J Services, 127 Fern Drive, Truro, NS, B2N 6N6 (902) 895-6961

Eastern Woodland Publishing Inc., P.O. Box 1590, Truro, NS, B2N 5V3 (902) 895-2038(902) 895-3030

First Nations Forestry Association in Nova Scotia, 57 Martin Crescent, P.O. Box 1590, Truro, NS, B2N 5V3 (902) 895-6385(902) 893-1520

G and G Heating, 74 Abenaki Road, Truro, NS, B2N 6N3 (902) 893-1650(902) 893-0492

Glooscap Heritage Society, 65 Treaty Trail, Millbrook First Nation, NS, B6L 1W3 (902) 843-3496(902) 893-2269

Glooscaps Trading Post, 900 Willow Street, Truro, NS, B2N 6N8 (902) 897-6953

Jason's Convenience, 834 Willow Street, Truro, NS, B2N 6N8 (902) 895-4828

Keith's Gas Bar, 945 Willow Street, Truro, NS, B2N 6N8 (902) 897-2928(902) 897-2976

Marshall's Flooring, 975 Willow Street, Truro, NS, B2N 6N8 (902) 843-3440(902) 843-3440

Micmac-Maliseet Nations News Association, P.O. Box 1590, Truro, NS, B2N 5V3 (902) 895-2038(902) 895-3030

Mi'kmaq Family Treatment Centre - Millbrook, Millbrook First Nation, P.O. Box 665, Truro, NS, B2N 5E5 (902) 893-8483(902) 893-2987

Mi'kmaq Maintenance, 912 Willow Street, Truro, NS, B2N 6N8 (902) 893-0444

Mi'kmaq Trading Post, 969 Willow Street, Millbrook, NS, B2N 5V3 (902) 895-9893(902) 895-9893

Mi'kmaq-Maliseet Nations News, P.O. Box 1590, Truro, NS, B2N 5V3 (902) 895-2038(902) 895-3030

Millbrook First Nation Aboriginal Headstart, 820 Willow Street, Truro, NS, B2N 6N8 (902) 896-5731(902) 896-5732

Millbrook First Nation Economic Development Corporation Limited, P.O. Box 634, Truro, NS, B2N 5E5 (902) 897-9199(902) 893-4785

Millbrook First Nation Post Secondary Education, P.O. Box 634, Truro, NS, B2N 5E5 (902) 897-9199(902) 893-4785

Millbrook First Nation, P.O. Box 634, Truro, NS, B2N 5E5 (902) 897-9199(902) 893-4785

Millbrook Fisheries, 965 Willow Street, Truro, NS, B2N 6N8 (902) 897-0402(902) 895-1994

Millbrook Health Centre, 842 Willow Street, P.O. Box 634, Truro, NS, B2N 5E5 (902) 895-9468(902) 893-3665

Millbrook Housing Committee, P.O. Box 634, Truro, NS, B2N 5E5 (902) 897-9199(902) 893-4785

Millbrook Mi'kmaw Daycare, 851 Willow Street, Truro, NS, B2N 5N5 (902) 897-1249

Millbrook Pre-School, 36 Church Road, Truro, NS, B2N 6N4 (902) 897-0445(902) 897-0628

Millbrook Senior Centre, 820 Willow Street, Truro, NS, B2N 6N8 (902) 897-9199

Millbrook Social Assistance Program, 820 Willow Street, Truro, NS, B2N 6N8 (902) 897-9199(902) 893-4785

Millbrook Tobacco Store, P.O. Box 634, Truro, NS, B2N 5E5 (902) 895-9079

Millbrook Video & Variety, 984 Willow Street, Truro, NS, B2N 6N8 (902) 895-7039

Native Council of Nova Scotia - Caring Connections Office, P.O. Box 1320, Truro, NS, B2N 5N2 (902) 895-1738(902) 893-7680

Native Council of Nova Scotia - Netukulimkewe'l Commission Office, P.O. Box 1320, Truro, NS, B2N 5N2 (902) 895-7050(902) 895-8182

Native Council of Nova Scotia - Provincial Office, Abenaki Road, P.O. Box 1320, Truro, NS, B2N 5N2 (902) 895-1523(902) 895-0024

Native Council of Nova Scotia , 324 Abanaki Road, P.O. Box 1320, Truro, NS, B2N 5N2(902) 895-1523(902) 895-0024

Nova Scotia Native Women's Association, P.O. Box 805, Truro, NS, B2N 5E8 (902) 893-7402(902) 897-7162

RCMP - Millbrook Detachment, P.O. Box 993, Truro, NS, B2N 5G7 (902) 893-6819(902) 893-0002

Red Crane Studios, 19 Marshall's Lane, P.O. Box 492, Truro, NS, B2N 5C7 (902) 893-3866

Teazer's Hair & Tanning Salon, 969 Willow Street, Truro, NS, B2N 6N8 (902) 843-3444(902) 895-9893

Treaty Convenience (James Street), 173 James Street, Millbrook First Nation, Truro, NS, B2N 2Z9 (902) 895-3940

Treaty Convenience (Sheet Harbour), 55 Church Point Road, Sheet Harbour, NS, B0J 3B0(902) 885-2159

Treaty Enterprises/Gaming - Head Office, 10 Treaty Trail, R.R. #1, Truro, NS, B2N 5A9(902) 897-0986(902) 893-4785

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Businesses

Mi’kmaq

Population

1 795

Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian (Micmac)

Mother Tongue: Micmac, English

Government

Millbrook First Nation Council

Address: 820 Willow Street, P.O. Box 634, Truro, NS B2N 5E5

Tel.: (902) 897-9199 Fax: (902) 893-4785 Web Site: http://www.millbrookfirstnation.net

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq Provincial Organization: n.a.

Industries and Economic Development

Fishing, gaming, leasing, retail, trades and service industries. There is a major commercial and business park located on the reserve. The community has many businesses providing a wide range of goods and services such as business advisory service, courier service, trading post, gas bars, convenience stores, business consultants, news editors and publishers, graphic design, hairdressers, and native crafts.

Community Services and Facilities

Band administration, literacy centre, day care, Headstart, Adult Care Program, medical transportation, wellness program and health centre, family and children’s services, alcohol and drug abuse counselling, employment and training services, housing committee, post secondary education.

Businesses and organizations

Millbrook

Access:

The main reserve Millbrook is located 8 km east of Truro.

Highway 102 and Highway 104 intersect the reserve.

Area:

Millbrook No. 27: 300.4 ha.

Beaver Lake No. 17: 49.4 ha.

Truro No. 27A: 16.7 ha.

Truro No. 27B: 9.5 ha.

Truro No. 27C: 18.6 ha.

Cole Harbour No. 30: 18.6 ha.

Sheet Harbour No. 36: 32.7 ha.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant

Radio: n.a.

Newspapers: Millbrook Newsletter

Television: All major channels Internet Access: Yes Utilities

Water: n.a.

Sewage: n.a.

Other waste: n.a.

Energy/electricity: n.a.

Historical Notes

The Millbrook Band inhabits the Millbrook, Beaver Lake, Truro, Cole Harbour, and Sheet Harbour Reserves. These reserves were established between 1867 and 1915.

Sometime during the late 1700's and the early 1800's the Truro natives lived along the banks of the Salmon River which runs between the town and the village of Bible Hill, near where the former Archibald property was located. This parcel of land was sold in 1855 to the School of Agriculture. When the school started expanding, the native people were moved to property on King Street, where the St. Mary's School is now located. The natives called this Christmas Crossing. Cole Harbour is located off Caldwell Road in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, on the Eastern Passage. Sheet Harbour and Beaver Dam are located 50 km. east of Musquodoboit. These lands make up what is now Millbrook Reserve.

Treaty Entertainment, 10 Treaty Trail, R.R. #1, Truro, NS, B2N 5A9 (902) 897-2650

Treaty Gas, 600 Caldwell Road, Dartmouth, NS, B2V 2S8 (902) 434-7777

Truro Power Centre, 8 Treaty Trail, Truro, NS, B2N 5A9 (902) 897-0837(902) 897-0214

Ulnooweg Development Group Inc. - Head Office, P.O. Box 1259, Truro, NS, B2N 5N2(902) 893-7379(902) 893-0353

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Judy's Mug-A-Sun, 19 Mug-A-Sun Road, R.R. #1, Afton, Antigonish County, NS, B0H 1A0(902) 386-2021(902) 386-2117

Lafford Business Consulting, 511 Old Greenfield Road, R.R. #3, Truro, NS, B2N 5B2 (902) 893-2434(902) 893-7948

Paqtnkek Day Care, 7 Dillon Street, R.R. #1, Afton, Antigonish County, NS, B0H 1A0(902) 386-2244(902) 386-2180

Paqtnkek First Nation Adult Education Centre, 7 Dillon Street, R.R. #1, Afton, Antigonish County, NS, B0H 1A0 (902) 386-2781(902) 386-2676

Paqtnkek First Nation Water Treatment Plant, 7 Dillon Street, R.R. #1, Afton, Antigonish County, NS, B0H 1A0 (902) 386-2137

Paqtnkek First Nation, 7 Dillon Street, R.R. #1, Afton, Antigonish County, NS, B0H 1A0 (902) 386-2781(902) 386-2043

Paqtnkek Pre-School, 7 Dillon Street, R.R. #1, Afton, Antigonish County, NS, B0H 1A0(902) 386-2820

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Businesses
organizations

Mi’kmaq

Paqtnkek Mi’kmaw Nation

Access:

The Paqtnkek First Nation is a small native community located approximately 24 km. East of Antigonish. For accessing to the community, take Trans Canada Highway 104 East and take exit 37, then drive for approximately 5 minutes to reach Afton Reserve.

Area:

Pomquet and afton No. 23: 191.5 ha. Franklin Manor No. 22: 212.5 ha. Summerside No. 38: 43.4 ha.

Population

570 Languages spoken

Linguistic Affiliation: Algonkian (Micmac)

Mother Tongue: Micmaq

Government

Paqtnkek First Nation

Address: 7 Dillon Street, R.R. #1, Afton, Antigonish County, NS B0H 1A0

Tel.: (902) 386-2781 Fax: (902) 386-2043

Affiliations:

Tribal Council: The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq Provincial Organization: n.a.

Industries and Economic Development

6 fishing vessels lobster and crab, Paqtnkek Gas Bar and Tobacco store. Fisheries employs over 20 or so seasonal workers and also Paqtnkek Carpenters crew employs 12 or so people. There are also several retail businesses in the community and a full self gas bar.

Community Services and Facilities

Band office, pre-school, day care, adult education centre and medical centre, dental services and doctor.

Communications

Telephone: Aliant Radio: n.a.

Newspapers: n.a.

Television: All major channels Internet Access: Yes

Utilities

Water: n.a.

Sewage: n.a.

Other waste: n.a.

Energy/electricity: n.a.

Historical Notes

The Paqtnkek First Nation is composed of Pomquet –Afton (established March 3, 1820), Franklin Manor (established March 3, 1865), and Summerside reserves (established August 28, 1990).

Paqtnkek in Mi’kmaq means “by the bay”. This meaning emphasises the importance of the bay and its resources to the Mi’kmaq people of this region. The Antigonish and Pomquet harbours along with the associated watershed and the land surrounding this area have been the source of many types of food for all Mi’kmaq throughout the Maritime provinces.

Traditionally, the Mi’kmaq were a nomadic tribe travelling throughout the Maritimes in order to sustain their way of life. Often they would move according to seasons and were careful to treat Mother Nature with respect for they wanted to ensure the bountiful resources for future generations.

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and

Alden Francis Fisheries, R.R. #2, Site 6, Box 138, Trenton, NS, B0K 1X0

(902) 752-4912(902) 755-4715

Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Pictou Landing First Nation, New Glasgow, NS, B0K 1X0(902) 752-3995

Pictou Landing Development Corporation, Site 6, Box 55, R.R. #2, Trenton, NS, B0K 1X0(902) 752-4912(902) 755-4715

Pictou Landing First Nation Elementary School, Site 6, Box 55, R.R. #2, Trenton, NS, B0K 1X0(902) 755-9954(902) 752-4916

Pictou Landing First Nation Falcon Fisheries, 6504 Pictou Landing Road, Trenton, NS, B0K 1X0 (902) 752-5631

Pictou Landing First Nation, Site 6, Box 55, R.R. #2, Trenton, NS, B0K 1X0 (902) 752-4912(902) 755-4715

Pictou Landing Health Centre, Site 6, Box 55, R.R. #2, Trenton, NS, B0K 1X0 (902) 752-0085(902) 752-6465

Pine Breeze Logging Services, Site 6, RR #2, P.O. Box 77, Trenton, NS, B0K