Please be advised: Natoaganeg School, Headstart and Afterschool Program ARE closed today due to occurring freezing rain. All Offices are closed until noon and will be re-evaluated then. A Police advisory has been issued to stay off the roads if travel is not essential. - March 28th, 2018.
Please be advised: Due to the severe weather conditions all offices of Eel Ground First Nation will be closed today March 14th/18.
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the electors of the Eel Ground First Nation will be held at the Community Centre / Band Administration Building on the 5th day of April, 2018 beginning at 11:00 a.m. and lasting for at least three (3) hours, for the purpose of nominating candidates for the positions of chief and 10 councillor positions.
Please see link below for Important Information Regarding Nominations and the Election:
Click link below for pdf copy of notice.
Memo: Re: Community Bass Distribution
**For 3 days only**
We have scheduled a community Bass distribution starting:
Monday, December 18th until Wednesday the 20th of December 2017.
A member of each household is asked to go to the fish market between the periods of 10:30AM until 3:00PM to pick up their bass.
For Elders: (65 & over) or those with disabilities in the community, bass will be delivered.
CROWN LAND ROYALTY ALLOCATION FORMS WILL BE ISSUED, FOR THE 2017-18 SEASON, STARTING NOVEMBER 1, 2017. FINAL DEADLINE FOR REQUESTS FOR APPLICATIONS IS JANUARY 31, 2018. FORMS CAN BE PICKED UP FROM THE RECEPTIONIST OF THE BAND ADMINISTRATION BUILDING. ONLY ONE FORM PER REGISTERED MEMBER WILL BE ISSUED AND MUST BE PICKED UP BY THE MEMBER THEMSELVES. WE DO MAKE EXCEPTIONS FOR ELDERS AND HANDICAPPED INDIVIDUALS IF PROPER AUTHORIZATION IS RECEIVED.
THE FORM MUST BE COMPLETED IN IT’S ENTIRETY OR SUBSIDY WILL NOT BE ISSUED.
Chief and Council
"Mawiomi" is derived from the Mi’kmaq language meaning "Gathering". The Mawiomi presents an immersion into a vibrant Indigenous Culture.
Saturday, October 7 2017
Callanders Beach, Kouchibouguac National Park
Schedule *The event takes places rain or shine.
Sacred fire (6 am)
Water ceremony (9 am)
Grand entry (10 am)
Indigenous cultural event (from 10 am to 5 pm)
Spirit,Traditional Songs, Drumming & Dances, Music, Artists & Artisans, Storytelling, Food, Indigenous Games
Craig Isaac, Listuguj, QC
Ingrid Brooks, Indian Island, NB
Host Drum: Eastern Eagle Singers from/de Indian Brook, NS
Guest Drum: Spirit Bear Singers from/de Listuguj, QC
Guest Drum: Moose Crossing from/de Elsipogtog, NB
Guest Drum: Hey Cuzzin’s from/de Lennox Island, PEI
For more information please call: (506)876-2443.