Band Administration

Local administration is assured by the band council of
EAGLE VILLAGE FIRST NATION - KIPAWA,
under the direction of chief and council.
Our council is part of the ANISHNABEG ALGONQUIN NATION.  

 

Department Information - Quick Links

 

Band Chief

Councilors

Financial Administrator

Housing Administrator

Algonquin Language

Education

Human Resources

Social Assistance

Maintenance

Band Membership

Recreation

Taxi Tem

CAP/Network Administrator

Reception

 

 

Department Information

 

Band Chief

Contact Information:

Lance Haymond

(819) 627-3455

[email protected]

 

Councilors

Contact Information:

Tony McLaughlin

(819) 627-3455

 

 

Contact Information:

Gail Joly

(819) 627-3455

[email protected]

 

Contact Information:

Madeleine Paul

(819) 627-3455

[email protected]

 

Financial Administrator

Description:

Under the direction of the Chief and Council Portfolio Holder and in accordance with the orientations and policies adopted by the Eagle Village First Nation Council, the Manager - Finance and Administration plans, organizes, directs and controls all the operations of the Finance and Administration Services, develops and implements procedures and systems for the efficient management and administration of the First Nation’s financial, human and material resources and assets.

Contact Information:

Jennifer Chevrier

(819) 627-3455

[email protected]

 

Housing Administrator

Description:

Under the direction of the Chief and Council Portfolio Holder, the Housing Administrator plans, organizes, develops, directs and controls the operations of the Housing Department. Also, the Administrator coordinates, supervises and controls the work of construction workers and tradesmen, oversees construction, repairs and regular maintenance of houses and buildings located within the community.

Contact Information:

Tanya McKenzie

(819) 627-3679

[email protected]

 

Housing Related Links:

Apply for Housing on the Eagle Village First Nation Reserve

Housing application

 

Additional Web pages

http://www.cmhc.ca/ - Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

 

Algonquin Language

Description:

An Eagle Village First Nation Representative who along with specific community members have documented and recorded the Algonquin dialectic for this area.

Also responsible for management and administration of our Language Library of information relating to Native Americans.

Contact Information:

Gail Joly

(819) 627-3455

[email protected]

 

Language Related Links:

Algonquin Language Page

 

Education

Description:

To administer the Elementary, Secondary and Post-Secondary Education programs available to the Eagle Village First Nation members.  The administration of the above mentioned is governed through policies and guidelines, to establish and maintain good communication and contact with the students, parents and the educational institutions.  Also to assist and provide students with relevant information to further their studies and provide counseling referral for educational help while in school.

Contact Information:

Glenda Moore Trepanier

(819) 627-9789

[email protected]

 

Education Graduates:

 

 

Education Related Links:

Applying For College Or University In Ontario: 

www.ontariocolleges.ca

www.ouac.on.ca/105/

Application For CEGEP Programs In Quebec:

Champlain Regional College

            -St. Lambert Campus – www.champlainOnline.com

            -Lennoxville Campus- www.lennox.champlaincollege.com

-Quebec City - www.slc.qc.ca

Dawson College  - www.dawsoncollege.qc.ca

Heritage College – www.cegep-heritage.qc.ca

John Abbott College  - www.johnabbott.qc.ca

Marianopolis College – www.marianopolis.edu

Vanier College – www.vaniercollege.qc.ca.

University in Quebec:

www.unb.ca

www.uo.ca

Scholarships:

www.studentawards.com

www.scholarshipscanada.com

www.terryfox.org – The Terry Fox Humanitarian award

www.excelleceaward.ca – The Garfield Weston Merit Scholarship for Colleges

www.excellenceaward.ca – The Millennium Scholarship Foundation

www.naaf.ca – Bursary & Scholarship Awards for First Nations, Inuit and Métis Post Secondary  Students

 

Human Resources

Description: 

The Local First Nation Human Resources of Eagle Village First Nation-Kipawa (LFNHR) is responsible for determining, delivering, and administering the mix of labor market programs and services that best meet the unique requirements of our community and our clients.  These services are available to all registered Eagle Village First Nation members, on and off reserve, unemployed and employed, in the province of Quebec.

Contact Information:

Arlene Chevrier

(819) 627-1980

[email protected]

 

Human Resources Related Links:

Helping you plan and pay for your education

www.canlearn.ca

Discover the skills you need in today's job market

www.hrdc.gc.ca/essentialskills

Get Clear Reliable and up-to-date career planning information

www.hrdc.gc.ca/career

www.jobfutures.ca

Find out detailed Information on wages and employment trends

www.labourmarketinformation.ca

Strong. Proud. Today's Canadian forces 

www.forces.gc.ca

Job Banks, helping connect people and jobs

www.jobbank.gc.ca

www.jobsetc.ca

www.monstar.ca

Public Service Commission of Canada

Unemployment Insurance

Main Page

Information about reactivating your claim

When should you submit your application?

Important notice for Macintosh users

Before you start

After you complete the application

Are you a worker or resident outside Canada

Your personal information is secure with us

Privacy Notice Statement/Start application

 

Social Assistance

Description:

Under the direction of the Chief and Council Portfolio Holder and in accordance with the orientations and policies adopted by the Eagle Village First Nation Council, the Finance Clerk organizes and controls the data entry procedures and tasks for the sound and efficient management of the Administration, plans and administers the Social Assistance program as prescribed.

Contact Information:

Lisa Chevrier

(819) 627-1525

[email protected]

 

Maintenance

Description:

Under the direction of the Chief and Council Portfolio Holder, the Maintenance Superintendent or Maintenance Technician is responsible to perform preventative maintenance and to oversee all repairs of community buildings and completes all duties related to the smooth functioning of the sanitary sewer lift station, waste water treatment plant and drinking water plant.

Contact Information:

Melvin McKenzie

(819) 627-3455

[email protected]

 

Band Membership

Description:

Under the direction of the Chief and Council Portfolio Holder, the incumbent is responsible report demographic events affecting the members of Eagle Village First Nation, oversees Certificates of Indian Status, complies with policies and procedures relating to the band list, process transfer of applicants membership to and from the community and respects confidentiality of information relating to Indian registration

Contact Information:

Joan St.Denis

(819) 627-1962

[email protected]

 

Recreation

Description:

Under the direction of the Chief and Council Portfolio Holder, the Recreation Administrator plans, organizes, develops, directs and controls the operations of the Recreation Department. Also, the Administrator coordinates, supervises and controls the work of workers and cooks, and oversees completion of the community events.

Contact Information:

Gail Jawbone

(819) 627-3455

[email protected]

 

Taxi Tem

Description:

Under the direction of the Chief and Council Portfolio Holder, Taxi Tem Administrator plans, organizes, develops, directs and controls the operations of the Taxi Tem. Also, the Administrator coordinates, supervises and controls the shifts of the workers, oversees dispatch, repairs and regular maintenance of Taxi Tem vehicles.

Contact Information:

Roger Lariviere

(819) 627-3331

[email protected]

 

CAP / Network Administrator

Description:

The Community Access Program (CAP) is a federal government initiative administered by Industry Canada.  It provides support for public computer access to the Information Highway via the Internet at the local community level.  The overall objective is to provide all Canadians with affordable, convenient access to the global, knowledge-based economy and the opportunity to use its technologies.

Canada has a strong base on which to build access links to the global, knowledge-based economy. In collaboration with provincial, territorial and municipal governments, the private sector and not-for-profit organizations, CAP will help to establish up to 10,000 public Internet access sites in rural, remote and urban communities across Canada.

http://cap.ic.gc.ca (Canadian, bilingual)

The Community Access program is a key component of the Government of Canada's Connecting Canadians initiative, whose goal is to make Canada the most connected nation in the world.

Community Access Program: Connecting Canada’s Communities to the Information Highway.

Here at the Eagle Village First Nation CAP we have many members who utilize our site and enjoy it very much. Our biggest users are the youth. Many of them do not own a home computer so this is their time to learn and play. Adults may come in to ask questions about computer programs and about computers in general. We are open a total of 35 hours a week for our communities use.

Contact Information:

Donna Pariseau

(819) 627-9339

[email protected]

 

Receptionist

Description:

Under the direction of the Chief and Council Portfolio Holder the incumbent records the deliberation of the First Nation Council, formats the Council’s decisions and resolutions, publishes and distributes them; maintains records and archives of the First Nation and of all proceedings of Council and of the Administration.

Contact Information:

Roxane McKenzie

(819) 627-3455

[email protected]