March 16, 2020, Corner Brook—Further to a press release issued on March 13, Qalipu First Nation wishes to advise its membership and other stakeholders that we have added additional safety measures to help prevent unnecessary contact or potential spread of COVID-19 in our communities. As previously noted, all events, workshops and other gatherings have been postponed, and staff travel has been restricted.
At this time, we wish to advise that our offices will not be open to walk-in traffic or appointments in St. George’s, Stephenville, Corner Brook, Glenwood, and Grand Falls-Windsor. We will continue to provide a high level of service and encourage our members to contact us by phone or email. A full list of staff contact and Council information can be found on our website: http://qalipu.ca/about/office-and-e-mail-addresses/
The Council meeting scheduled for March 21 in Corner Brook will proceed as planned however, this meeting will not be open for the attendance of membership.
Additionally, until further notice, our community rooms in Grand Falls-Windsor and Corner Brook will be closed. If you have reserved this space, you will be contacted regarding this change.
We will continue to monitor updates and update our emergency preparedness plans as needed. We will advise of all changes impacting our members and the services that we provide.