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Sitansisk Wolastoqiyik is an urban community in North-Eastern Turtle Island. Sitansisk lies on the Wolastoq, opposite downtown Fredericton, New Brunswick.

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This year’s community moose hunt will be October 15, 16, 17th, 2021
Registration will take place October 6 th, 7th, 12 th, 13th 2021, from 9-12 & 1:30-4:30 at the Band Hall with Melissa Saunders.
Cost of registration will be $50.00
PAYMENT IN CASH ONLY!!!
Deadline for registration is October 13, 2021 @ 4:30 NO EXCEPTIONS
We look forward to meeting & seeing you all at this great yearly community event!
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This year’s community moose hunt will be October 15, 16, 17th, 2021
Registration will take place October 6 th, 7th, 12 th, 13th 2021, from 9-12 & 1:30-4:30 at the Band Hall with Melissa Saunders.
Cost of registration will be $50.00 
PAYMENT IN CASH ONLY!!!
Deadline for registration is October 13, 2021 @ 4:30 NO EXCEPTIONS
We look forward to meeting & seeing you all at this great yearly community event!

Cancellation and Postponement of Community Events

In light of the recent spike in transmission rates of COVID-19 within the province, St. Mary’s First Nation Band Administration and event organizers have decided to postpone or cancel all planned community events. This includes community softball games, the community pow-wow and all other large-scale gatherings.

These events will be be rescheduled for a date wherever possible. These postponement dates will be selected in line with best practices and with guidance from our Emergency Measures Operations (EMO) team.

More information regarding our community’s fourth wave COVID-19 response will be released soon.

St. Mary’s First Nation Administration and EMO would like to thank our community and citizens for being understanding of this delay. We look forward to returning to the scheduled events when it is safe to do so.
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Cancellation and Postponement of Community Events

In light of the recent spike in transmission rates of COVID-19 within the province, St. Mary’s First Nation Band Administration and event organizers have decided to postpone or cancel all planned community events. This includes community softball games, the community pow-wow and all other large-scale gatherings. 

These events will be be rescheduled for a date wherever possible. These postponement dates will be selected in line with best practices and with guidance from our Emergency Measures Operations (EMO) team.

More information regarding our community’s fourth wave COVID-19 response will be released soon.

St. Mary’s First Nation Administration and EMO would like to thank our community and citizens for being understanding of this delay. We look forward to returning to the scheduled events when it is safe to do so.

Postponement of Community Pow-Wow

In light of the recent spike in transmission rates of COVID-19 within the province, St. Mary’s First Nation Band Administration and Pow-Wow organizers have decided to postpone the 21st Annual St. Mary’s First Nation Pow-Wow.

The Pow-Wow will be rescheduled for a date which will be determined in the near future. This date will be selected in line with best practices and with guidance from our Emergency Measures Operations (EMO) team and the Pow-Wow Committee.

More information regarding our community’s fourth wave COVID-19 response will be released soon.

St. Mary’s First Nation Administration, EMO, and Pow-Wow Committee would like to thank our community and attendees for being understanding of this delay. We look forward to welcoming everyone back to our Pow-Wow when attendee safety can be ensured.
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Postponement of Community Pow-Wow

In light of the recent spike in transmission rates of COVID-19 within the province, St. Mary’s First Nation Band Administration and Pow-Wow organizers have decided to postpone the 21st Annual St. Mary’s First Nation Pow-Wow.

The Pow-Wow will be rescheduled for a date which will be determined in the near future. This date will be selected in line with best practices and with guidance from our Emergency Measures Operations (EMO) team and the Pow-Wow Committee.

More information regarding our community’s fourth wave COVID-19 response will be released soon.

St. Mary’s First Nation Administration, EMO, and Pow-Wow Committee would like to thank our community and attendees for being understanding of this delay. We look forward to welcoming everyone back to our Pow-Wow when attendee safety can be ensured.

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I am sure it wasn't an easy decision for the organizers seeing all the hard work you all have done but thanks for keeping everyone safe ❤️

This ruined my day💔

It’s call cold and flu season. Crazy to thing we can avoid that . And the ti call it covid is even more ridiculous. Jump whe the government says . Stand up we want a POW wow

Thanks, SMFN for doing the right and responsible choice, in order to keep everyone safe. Too bad Harvest and other large group organizations don't have the same common sense and decency!

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There will be a community polling station set up at Maqiyahtimok (Community Centre located between Maliseet Drive and Highland Avenue)

It will be in operation on Election Day, September 20, 2021, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Anyone wishing to vote should bring adequate voter identification.

There are three methods of proving your identity, listed below:
- Option 1 is a photo ID with your current address listed. Examples include a driver’s licence or provincial ID.
- Option 2 is to provide two forms of ID, with one having your current address listed. This can include a status card, health card, firearms licence etc. and a utility bill or bank statement showing your current address.
- Option 3 is to bring someone to vouch for you. This person must be able to prove their identity using one of the first two options and can only vouch for a single person.

For more information, please visit elections.ca
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There will be a community polling station set up at Maqiyahtimok (Community Centre located between Maliseet Drive and Highland Avenue)

It will be in operation on Election Day, September 20, 2021, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Anyone wishing to vote should bring adequate voter identification.

There are three methods of proving your identity, listed below:
- Option 1 is a photo ID with your current address listed. Examples include a driver’s licence or provincial ID.
- Option 2 is to provide two forms of ID, with one having your current address listed. This can include a status card, health card, firearms licence etc. and a utility bill or bank statement showing your current address.
- Option 3 is to bring someone to vouch for you. This person must be able to prove their identity using one of the first two options and can only vouch for a single person.

For more information, please visit elections.ca

NSMDC and the ASF will be providing a community information session regarding the proposed release of rotenone in the Miramichi Lake and Southwest Miramichi areas. This session will be at Maqiyahtimok from 6-8 p.m. on September 15, 2021. ... See MoreSee Less

NSMDC and the ASF will be providing a community information session regarding the proposed release of rotenone in the Miramichi Lake and Southwest Miramichi areas. This session will be at Maqiyahtimok from 6-8 p.m. on September 15, 2021.
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