KITIGAN ZIBI ANISHINABEG Notice Black Rollway Bridge Closure


KITIGAN ZIBI ANISHINABEG Notice Black Rollway Bridge Closure
P.O. Box 309, Maniwaki, QC J9E 3B1 Tel: (819) 449-5270 Fax: (819) 449-5673
Notice Black Rollway Bridge Closure
The Ministry of Natural Resources has informed all users that the bridge nearest to the
Black Rollway that crosses the Eagle River is closed to all traffic. The reason is due to
the extreme poor state of the bridge. Therefore, anyone caught contravening article 34 of
the Forestry Acts, under which this falls, will be fined $600.00.
If you have any questions please contact the Ministry of Natural Resources at (819) 4493333 and refer to bridge number H073-003.
This is a reminder that Kitigan Zibi animal control services ended in December
2012. Please do not leave or dump your unwanted animals within the
community. One of the most heartbreaking sights around these parts is traveling
down the road and seeing a slowly starving dog or cat scavenging for food. It is
even more heartbreaking when that dog or cat is a female dog with pups or
kittens. People who no longer want or can’t handle their pets can take them to
the SPCA of Western Quebec, 659 rue August Mondoux, Aylmer, QC, telephone (819)
770-7722, and leave them in hopes that the animal will be adopted to a forever home.
Call the SPCA for business hours and instructions on bringing in the animals.
Saturday February 23, 2013
Kitigan Zibi School GYM
Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg, Quebec
Pipe Ceremony 4:00pm
Pot Luck Community Feast – bring food forr 5:00pm
Dance after Feast
Giveaway after Dance
M.C.: Gordon Sand
Stick M
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Lead Singer onorar um or c osen ea s ngers
Registration for 20 visiting Singers
Questions can be sent by facebook to “Keana Decontie”
Kitigan Zibi
Your invited
Talking Circle
DATE : Sun. February 10, 2013
For more information
If you have any questions please
contact Pauline Decontie.
Phone: 819-449-1838
Email: [email protected]
TIME : 1:00 P.M.
LOCATION : KZ Cultural Center
Topic on the agenda - Special Guest
ISSUES: Lands & Rights Issues
Kokom Caravan
Mid-afternoon snack will be available.
See you there.
Talking Circle
"The Circle has healing
power. In the Circle, we are
all equal. When in the Circle,
no one is in front of you. No
one is behind you. No one is
above you. No one is below
you. The Sacred Circle is
designed to create unity.
~Dave Chief, Oglala Lakota~

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