This notice concerns the compensation for survivors who attended federal Indian day schools or federal day schools funded, managed and controlled by Canada and listed such as St. Francis Academy (St. Joseph Academy), Pierreville Anglican/Protestant Abenaki Indian School, St. Francis Protestant, Anglican Church and St. Joseph's. The claim process was expected to commence on or [...]
La directrice générale du Musée des Abénakis, Madame Geneviève Bédard, en compagnie de Martin Paré, directeur régional de Culture et Communications Québec Mauricie Le 21 novembre dernier avait lieu la seizième édition du GalArt de Culture Centre-du-Québec, soirée annuelle de reconnaissance des intervenants culturels centricois. C’est avec beaucoup de fierté que le Musée [...]
The W8banaki Nation (Abenaki) has learned that an event occurred during the weekend of November 16th in the w8banaki community of Odanak in connection with the Métis Nation in Quebec through a publication freely circulating on Facebook. Considering that the W8banaki Nation is engaged in a process of denouncing self-proclaimed groups active on the Ndakina, [...]
This notice follows the last power outage in early November 2019. People who have suffered loss or damages in connection with this failure and who wish to be compensated must first make a claim with their insurance companie. Proof must be provided by your insurer and must be indicated if you are covered for this [...]
We remind you that waste collection will take place every TWO WEEKS for the months of November and December 2019 as well as for the months of January, February, March and April 2020.
The FNCFS is proud to be involved in the 2019 edition of the Odanak Food Drive. This year, the fundraising event will take place on Saturday, December 7, 2019, between 10am and 3pm. Two collection points will be at your disposal: - At the intersection of Waban-Aki and Awassos streets - On the Marie-Victorin road [...]