Attention Members:

Please be advised that the offices in Corner Brook is closed for the remainder of today Feb 11, 2019 due to inclement weather.

Membership Notice:

If you were denied founding membership in the Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation in 2017 on the basis of the self-identification criterion and your address has recently changed, please update your address as soon as possible so we can contact you if you are affected by the recent Wells federal court decision.

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Skills Link “Ready to Work” program 2019

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College of the North Atlantic is offering a 13-week Skills Link “Ready to Work” program. This program includes 6 weeks of ...

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RCMP/Qalipu First Nation Summer Student Program

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The Qalipu First Nation and the RCMP are working together to build a worthwhile work experience for aboriginal youth who are ...

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The Qalipu Cultural Foundation Needs Volunteers!

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The Qalipu Cultural Foundation is a charitable organization that supports Mi’kmaq culture in our province.  Through the Foundation, and the contributions ...

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Notice Self-Identification Reassessment

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Letters are being mailed today, January 31st, 2019 regarding applicant re-assessment on the self-identification criterion of the enrolment process.  Here’s what ...

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2018 Bernie Hanlon Memorial Scholarship Winner

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We are pleased to announce the most recent winner of the Bernie Hanlon Memorial Scholarship, Salome Barker, a fourth-year student at ...

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Message From the Chief – January 10 2019

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Kwe’ I was saddened to hear the news of a terrible tragedy that occurred last night in Conne River.  A young ...

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