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Businesses Who Recognize First Nation Status Card in Campbellton

Found here is a list of businesses who recognize First Nations Status Card Holders in Campbellton: View all Businesses >

Information on the proposed Settlement Agreement

Here is a link to information in reference to the Proposed Settlement Agreement:

http://www.listuguj.ca/listuguj-canada-settlement-agreement/ 

“Attention all Listuguj members: If you want the chance to vote on this proposed Settlement Agreement, we need your address. Please contact Mike Isaac with your address so we can send you an information package and a mail in ballot.”

http://www.listuguj.ca//information-release-form 

Or

E-mail Mike Isaac, Communications Officer at  misaac@listuguj.ca and provide him with your first and last name, band #, home address, city, postal/zip code and country.

 

Welcome

Chief Scott Martin

Chief Scott Martin

A vibrant Mi’gmaq community, Listuguj is located in the southwestern part of the Gaspé Peninsula (Québec).  The Appalachian Mountains surround us, and the Restigouche River runs along the southern border of our community.  The province of New Brunswick is just across the river.

Listuguj has a population of approximately 3,768 – there are about 2,060 Mi’gmaq people living in the community and 1,708 of our members live off reserve.  Just over half of the population is under the age of thirty.  In our community we speak Mi’gmaq, English and French; most of the fluent Mi’gmaq language speakers are over the age fifty.

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Press Releases

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Videos about the proposed Settlement Agrement

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