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Welcome to Natoaganeg

The Eel Ground First Nation (Natoaganeg) is a Mi’kmaq community with a population of approximately 1094 members located on the Miramichi River in northern New Brunswick, Canada. It is comprised of three reserves, including Eel Ground #2, Big Hole Tract #8, and Renous #12.

The community has a rich history and culture, with roots dating back thousands of years. The Mi'kmaq people have a deep connection to the land and water, and our way of life is centered around traditional practices such as hunting, fishing, and gathering for feasts and celebrations.

Today, the Natoaganeg First Nation is a thriving community, with a strong sense of identity and a commitment to their cultural traditions. The community is actively engaged in economic development, education, health, and social services, and is dedicated to building a bright future for their people

New greenhouse to extend the growing season at Community Food Centre.

Eel Ground First Nation, March, 22, 2024—The Natoaganeg Community Food Centre (CFC) is thrilled to announce they have built a new greenhouse, enhancing the organization’s food-growing efforts. More..

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JEDI is hiring summer students (multiple opportunities)! 📣

JEDI’s summer internships are expected to take place between May 6, 2024 and August 23, 2024 with opportunities for Indigenous students to work for up to 16 weeks with one or more of JEDI’s teams:
• Economic Development
• Workforce Development
• Communications
• Information Technology
• Finance/Administration

Application deadline: April 26, 2024, by 4:30 p.m.
If you are interested in joining our team for the summer term, please submit your resume and a cover letter, indicating which JEDI team and/or type of work experience would be of most interest and benefit to you, to janis.flemming@jedinb.ca stating Summer Internship in the subject line.

As applications may be processed when received until positions are filled please submit your application as soon as possible.
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JEDI is hiring summer students (multiple opportunities)! 📣

JEDI’s summer internships are expected to take place between May 6, 2024 and August 23, 2024 with opportunities for Indigenous students to work for up to 16 weeks with one or more of JEDI’s teams: 
• Economic Development
• Workforce Development
• Communications
• Information Technology 
• Finance/Administration

Application deadline: April 26, 2024, by 4:30 p.m.
If you are interested in joining our team for the summer term, please submit your resume and a cover letter, indicating which JEDI team and/or type of work experience would be of most interest and benefit to you, to janis.flemming@jedinb.ca stating Summer Internship in the subject line. 

As applications may be processed when received until positions are filled please submit your application as soon as possible.Image attachment

We're thrilled to announce the renewal of our partnership with the Joint Economic Development Initiative for another year! Together, we're dedicated to empowering Indigenous entrepreneurs in New Brunswick, amplifying their voices, and fostering economic growth. Join us at the Tobique Powwow on July 27th as we continue to support Indigenous entrepreneurship!

Read the full story about what we have planned for 2024: www.powwowpitch.org/jedi-partners-with-pow-wow-pitch-to-empower-indigenous-entrepreneurs-in-new-b...

#JEDI #PowWowPitch #IndigenousEntrepreneurs #Partnership #Empowerment #EconomicDevelopment #Startup
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Featherlight Defence Training, will be taking place this coming Friday and Saturday at the Natoaganeg School Gymnasium.

Youth 10-18 years of age - 4:30M - 6PM
Women 7PM - 8:30PM
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Featherlight Defence Training, will be taking place this coming Friday and Saturday at the Natoaganeg School Gymnasium.

Youth 10-18 years of age - 4:30M - 6PM
Women 7PM - 8:30PM