Listuguj Mi’gmaq Development Council
The Listuguj Mi’gmaq Government established the Listuguj Mi’gmaq Development Council on May 6, 1996 to provide the employment and training needs of Listuguj Mi’gmaq in conformity with the Regional Bilateral Agreement (1996-1999); Aboriginal Human Resources Development Agreements (1996-2010) and Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Strategy (2010-2017).
Listuguj Mi’gmaq Development Centre
The Listuguj Mi’gmaq Development Centre, established on the 29th day of February 1996, serves as the secretariat of the Listuguj Mi’gmaq Development Council. Staff of the Centre include: Receptionist; Career and Employment Counsellors; Communications and Information Technician; Administrative Supervisor; Associate Director; Director; and Custodian.
The Listuguj Mi’gmaq Development Centre is one of 22 local First Nations Commissions servicing 29 communities encompassing the First Nations Human Resources Development Commission of Quebec (FNHRDCQ).
The staff of the Listuguj Mi’gmaq Development Centre is committed to providing Listuguj Mi’gmaq Clients with programs and services aimed at guiding individuals towards independence with the establishment of education and career goals and plans.
Tools acquired through LMDC’s programs and services assists individuals towards self sufficiency by establishing “Foundations For Meaningful Lives”.
Identifying and prioritizing employment and training opportunities by managing funding to support client needs and format into relevant programs.