MESSAGE FROM THE CHIEF
I am pleased to greet you during this festive season and I pray that each of you finds joy in the twinkling lights, the snow-covered trees and Christmas treats. I also pray that during this holiday season each one of you is blessed with many special moments of love and sharing. May your homes be warmed with the presence of children, grandchildren, family members, friends and beloved pets.
In this edition of Maw-pemita’jik Qalipu’k discover a new take on medicine wheel teachings through the wise words of our friend Brad Firth, aka Caribou Legs, in my editorial “God Shots”.
On page three, check out some great snapshots of some of the work that has been keeping our Chief and Council busy for the past month, and learn about the Seniors Mentoring and Leadership Project recently held at Kildevil Lodge.
Qalipu Natural Resource Division to Host Engagement Sessions, Review Proposed changes to Fisheries and Navigation Protection ActsJanuary 24 @ 6:00 pm
- January 24
Qalipu Natural Resource Division to Host Engagement Sessions, Review Proposed changes to Fisheries and Navigation Protection Acts Jan 26January 26 @ 6:00 pm
To view the Council Meeting Report that was held on December 3, 2016 please click here.Read More
2015 Qalipu Mi’Kmaq First Nation Green Team (Green Crab project) to be featured on new TV show: EcoVision
The Conservation Corps Newfoundland and Labrador’s (CCNL) has a new TV show, EcoVision, and our youth will be on it! Each ...Read More
Earlier this week, Qalipu Chief Brendan Mitchell sat down with Wendy Woodland at Corner Brook Café to talk about the upcoming ...Read More
Qalipu Natural Resource Division to Host Engagement Sessions, Review Proposed changes to Fisheries and Navigation Protection Acts
Later this month the Qalipu First Nation Natural Resource Division (QNR) will host engagement sessions with members to request input on ...Read More
Corner Brook, January 9, 2017—The Qalipu First Nation is pleased to announce the hiring of a Band Manager. Randy Drover of ...Read More
The Enrolment Committee has completed its review of all 101,000 applications. A letter regarding the Enrolment Committee’s decision on your file ...Read More