Migmawei

The Mi’gmawei Mawiomi Secretariat is the organization that represents the 7th district of the Mi’gmaq Nation, Gespe’gewa’gi.

Job Opportunity: Community & Citizen Engagement Assistant

JOB POSTING Title of Position: Communication & Citizen Engagement Assistant Duration: Permanent Full Time (35 hours/week) Location: Listuguj, QC The objective of the Communication and Citizen Engagement Assistant is to facilitate the processes of providing Mi’gmawei Mawiomi Secretariat with good quality communication services. Click here to read entire Job Description: Comm&CitizenEngagmentAsst.JobPosting START DATE: June, 2017 [&hellip

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Job Opportunity: Executive Assistant (Ango’tmeg Nm’tginen Directorate)

The objective of the Executive Assistant is to facilitate the administrative aspects related to the Ango’tmeg Nm’tginen Directorate and to assist the Director and AN team members in coordinating meetings and managing their schedules. CLICK below to download the Full Job Posting and Description: AN_ExecAsst 2017 START DATE: June, 2017 Interested candidates must submit their [&hellip

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McInnis Cement & the Environment: Study Results and Commitments

Environmental Studies McInnis Cement and the Environment: Study Results and Commitments The McInnis Cement team has released the updated environmental study of the cement plant project in Port-Daniel-Gascons. Prepared by environmental experts, this study filed with the Ministry of Sustainable Development, Environment, Wildlife and Parks (MDDEFP) was carefully analyzed by public officials in Canada and [&hellip

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Eel River Bar issues support of legal action by LMG & Mi’gmawei Mawiomi.

ERB Letter of Support July

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MI’GMAQ GO TO COURT TO PROTECT TERRITORY FROM BELLEDUNE BOMB TRAIN PROJECT

MMS_ENG 2015_07_06 FINAL Press Release_NB proceedings

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4 Major Actions for Public to take part in the Protection of the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

The St. Lawrence Coalition and its many partners (including the Mi’gmawei Mawiomi Chiefs) around the Gulf are proud to share with you four major actions for the protection of the Gulf of St. Lawrence: 1) A report by the St. Lawrence Coalition, which portrays the issues of oil and gas development in the Gulf (for [&hellip

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Chiefs condemn report on Oil exploration in Gulf of St. Lawrence.

Chiefs of the Mi’gmaq, Innu, and Malecite communities in Québec condemn an Environmental Assessment report that opens the Gulf of St. Lawrence to oil exploration. ENGLISH HERE: 2014-05-06_AlliancefortheGulf_PressRelease_CNLOPBreport FRANCAIS: 2014-05-06_Alliancepourlegolfe_Communique_Presse_Rapport

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Major contract gets signed for a 150-MW Wind Energy project.

On Friday, March 21st, 2014, the Mi’gmawei Mawiomi (representing the Mi’gmaq of Listuguj, Gesgapegiag and Gespeg) signed a Power Purchase Agreement with Hydro-Quebec for the three communities’ 150-MW Mesgi’g Ugju’s’n Wind Farm (MUWF).  We have been working tirelessly on this project since 2009 and it is now finally a reality. The MUWF project will bring [&hellip

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Mi’gmaq, Innu and Malecite united against Quebec’s plans for Oil Development in the Gulf of St. Lawrence

Gespe’gewa’gi  – The coalition formed by the Mi’gmawei Mawiomi Mi’gmaq, Innu and Malécite to protect the Gulf of St. Lawrence has criticized the Québec government for taking decisions in secret that would allow drilling for oil and has vowed to fight the measure. “The gulf is a unique and fragile area,” said Chief Claude Jeannotte [&hellip

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Bare Trust Info Sessions to be held in Gesgapegiag, Gespeg and Listuguj in February

Community Members are invited to a series of upcoming Info Sessions to learn more on the Mesgi’g Ugju’s’n Wind Project and the Bare Trust Model. Sessions to be held are: Feb. 4th in Listuguj, Feb. 5th in Gesgapegiag and Feb. 6th in Gespeg.  More information can be found on the Poster: Info Session Poster

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