We’koqma’q
First Nation

A Community on the Rise

Pjila’si!

Over the past decade, We’koqma’q has proven to be a community on the rise. As Chief and Council, with every decision we make, we ask ourselves a simple question: Will this improve the quality life and well-being of our community members?

 

With that lens, the path forward has been challenging, but clear. Together, as a community, we are creating a self-sustaining economy, we are investing in our youth, and we are building the
infrastructure needed to thrive… all while honouring our elders, our history and our culture.

 

To our community, for your trust and your pride…Wela’lin.

Chief Annie Bernard-Daisley & Council

#Wekoqmaq Proud

Our Priorities

Our investments in educational and recreational resources have brightened our community as a whole.

Improving the quality of life for our entire community is at the core of every decision we make.

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Our Elders help keep our community connected to each other, our history and traditions.

With significant investments, we’ve taken critical steps to create a prosperous and stable future for our entire community.
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Strategic partnerships have allowed our community’s impact and reputation to extend beyond the borders of We’koqma’q.
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We'koqma'q News

Find out what’s going on & stay up to date

Kwe’ We’koqma’q | September Newsletter

Newsletters

Check out our newsletter for September!... Read More → Kwe’ We’koqma’q | September Newsletter

Proof of Full Vaccination Policy

COVID-19

Starting 4 October 2021 – As part of the Proof of Full Vaccination Policy rolled out by our province , you need proof of full... Read More → Proof of Full Vaccination Policy

September Calendar of Events

Events

Blue Text = Health Centre | Red Text = Holidays Have an upcoming event you want to add to the calendar? Submit your event here!... Read More → September Calendar of Events

Community Events

Join us at various events in our community

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COVID-19

It’s important that our community continues to follow Provincial Public Health Orders and guidelines to keep ourselves and those most vulnerable in our community safe. Visit this page for recent updates. 

Are you looking for work?

Many of our community businesses are hiring!

Contact the We’koqma’q Employment & Training Department to discuss work opportunities or training in our community or visit our job board. 

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