IMPORTANT NOTICE | New health measures as of January 9

The provincial government has announced new health measures effective January 9.  These measures will have the following impacts on community services:

Council Office

The Council office is closed to visitors until February 8.  However, the various services will continue to be offered by telephone or e-mail.

Health Center

The health center remains open and continues to offer its services.  However, we encourage remote consultation whenever possible.


The library remains open but will exceptionally close at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesdays in order to respect the curfew.

We would like to remind you of the importance of respecting the instructions in order to limit the spread of the […]

For APTN chief executive Monika Ille, leadership means honouring her Nation’s history

Monika Ille is a member of the Abenaki First Nation of Odanak in Quebec. She serves as chief executive officer of the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, or APTN, and has had a 25-year career in the media industry.

A recent graduate of the McGill-HEC Montréal executive MBA, she wrote her final paper on Indigenous women’s leadership identity, a subject she thinks about daily in her role as the leader of a national network that highlights stories made by and for Indigenous peoples.

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The Abenaki Council of Odanak acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada.

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