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The community of Pabineau First Nation welcome a new chief and council.
From left to right; Chief Terry Richardson, Councillors Carolyn Fraser, Susan Motty
and Jim Richardson

To All Band Members Of Pabineau First Nation

A huge thank you to all Band members that took the time to vote on the land referendum that occurred on the 27th of January 2021. The results are 115 votes Yes and one vote No.
Now that the land has been designated for commercial development we will move ahead with our planned phase one development of a gas station and strip mall.  This development will bring further wealth to our community and lead to even more economic growth. On behalf of Chief and Council again, thank you to all members who took the time to vote.

New!
Job Opportunity

Canadian Roots Exchange
For the position of Policy School Facilitator for Canadian Roots Exchange.
See the details here.

For the position of Janitorial/Maintenance for The Pabineau First Nation Community Health Center. See the details here.

New partnership and new opportunities!

The Ulnooweg Indigenous Communities Foundation (UICF) is now recruiting to fill eight new positions in Atlantic Canada!
A partnership was recently formed between UICF and Mastercard Foundation to create an innovative program that will support meaningful, long term change for Indigenous youth in the Atlantic Region.

See details here!