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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

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North Shore Mi'kmaq Tribal Council - NSMTC currently has employment opportunities for a Jordan's Principle Service Coordinator and a Speech-Language Pathologist.

Please submit your resume and cover letter to Tammy Scott, Human Resources Manager at careers@nsmtc.ca by no later than July 19, 2024, at 4:00 pm.

For more information please see the posted job descriptions below.
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North Shore Mikmaq Tribal Council - NSMTC currently has employment opportunities for a Jordans Principle Service Coordinator and a Speech-Language Pathologist. 

Please submit your resume and cover letter to Tammy Scott, Human Resources Manager at careers@nsmtc.ca by no later than July 19, 2024, at 4:00 pm.

For more information please see the posted job descriptions below.Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment

"After months of negotiation Chief and Council with support from Legal and Technical have endorsed a Development Agreement with PNB via the NB Regional Development Corporation and Indigenous Services Canada this past Friday, with Minister Rejean Savoie and Sara Moriss Colter from RDC.

This agreement will provide our FN with 75% of costs to start construction on a new 46 lot Subdivision, 45 new Homes over the 5 year agreement with a total value of 25 million dollars. The Agreement will also provide support for fisheries, recreation and road upgrades.

Indigenous Services Canada have also come to the table with the balance of 25% to complete the work. This will enable the band to make huge strides in meeting the housing needs of members including families, elders, and emergency needs.

The Community will be celebrating this with ground breaking for the new subdivision and a gathering and feast in late July or early August to properly acknowledge this major project to benefit Natoaganeg." Chief George for Natoaganeg Council.

Please see the attached link for GNB' release.

www2.gnb.ca/content/gnb/en/news/news_release.2024.07.0303.html
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After months of negotiation Chief and Council with support from Legal and Technical have endorsed a Development Agreement with PNB via the NB Regional Development Corporation and Indigenous Services Canada this past Friday, with Minister Rejean Savoie and Sara Moriss Colter from RDC. 

This agreement will provide our FN with 75% of costs to start construction on a new 46 lot Subdivision, 45 new Homes over the 5 year agreement with a total value of 25 million dollars. The Agreement will also provide support for fisheries, recreation and  road upgrades. 

Indigenous Services Canada have also come to the table with the balance of 25% to complete the work. This will enable the band to make huge strides in meeting the housing needs of members including families, elders, and emergency needs. 

The Community will be celebrating this with ground breaking for the new subdivision and a gathering and feast in late July or early August to properly acknowledge this major project to benefit Natoaganeg. Chief George for Natoaganeg Council. 

Please see the attached link for GNB release. 

https://www2.gnb.ca/content/gnb/en/news/news_release.2024.07.0303.html

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Congratulations

Natoaganeg First Nation Powwow will be taking place July 18 - 21, 2024.

Everyone is welcome! 🪶
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Natoaganeg First Nation Powwow will be taking place July 18 - 21, 2024. 

Everyone is welcome! 🪶

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Here is the agenda for Natoaganeg's Powwow.