We would like to remind you that due to an increase in the alert level, the following measures come into effect as of THIS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10: Visitors domiciled at another address are prohibited in private homes, with the exception of: - Only one visitor from another address for people living alone; - Caregivers; - [...]
In February 2012, the First Nations of the Abenakis of Odanak and Wôlinak filed the three (3) files listed below with the Specific Claims Tribunal: SCT-2001-11: Odanak and the seigneurial regime (1635-1863); SCT-2002-11: The Seigneurie of Bécancour: the original boundaries (1647-1941); SCT-2003-11: The transfer of 38 lots in the Domaine des Abénakis de Saint-François (1858-1884). [...]
Hello, Due to the low drinking water reserves at the Bas Saint-François Intermunicipal Drinking Water Supply Authority, please DO NOT WATER lawns, gardens, or wash cars until further notice. Thank you for collaboration !
The Corps de police des Abénakis and the Band Council invite you to read the following information and thank you for your precious collaboration. IMPORTANT: Please understand that, for your safety and the safety of others, we do NOT encourage outdoor gatherings.
Please note that on April 21, 2020, Public Works will be rinsing out the fire hydrants in Odanak. During this day, please avoid washing your pale or white laundry and let the water run for a few minutes, as it could be cloudy. Thank you!
The Abenaki Council of Odanak is holding an information meeting for the class action on Indian day schools. The purpose of this information session is to answer your questions and / or help you fill out the compensation form if necessary. To attend, you must register with the Abenaki Council by March 3, 2020 at [...]
Take note that infrastructure construction for the Pakesso Street Development will begin the week of February 10, 2020. This work will affect traffic flow in Pakesso, Mgezo, Sips and Awassos streets. Thank you for your understanding!