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Posted 28 April 2020, 9:20 am NDT
The Log Splitter is available to those who would like to rent it.

Rental Rates (hst included):

Daily Rates: $57.50
Weekend Rates: $86.25
Long weekend rental rates: $115.00

Payments for the rental can only be made through emts to info@makkovik.ca and in the message please state what your payment is for.

*Please note if you rent the log splitter you are responsible for topping off the log splitter with gas.*

If you would like to rent the log splitter, please contact either of the following:

Kate Mitchell at 923-2155
Doreen Winters at 923-2173
Marilyn Faulkner at 923-2283
Posted 26 April 2020, 5:37 pm NDT
WARNING FROM MAKKOVIK GSAR TEAM.
NOTICE TO THE TRAVELLING/HUNTING PUBLIC. THE TRAIL MARKERS AT KAIPOKOK BAY ARE LEADING TO THE OPEN WATER TOWARDS DRUNKEN HARBOUR. ICE BREAKING FROM THE PAST WEEKS LARGE SEA SWELL AND NOW STRONG WEST WINDS
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FROM GSAR TEAM MAKKOVIK (larger version)
Posted 21 April 2020, 3:27 pm NDT
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RANGER BIGHT (larger version)
IT HAS COME TO THE ATTENTION OF MICG SNOWMOBILERS ARE SKIPPING WATER AT RANGER BIGHT BROOK ON SNOWMOBILES.

PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE ENTIRE RANGER BIGHT WATER SUPPLY FOR THE COMMUNITY OF MAKKOVIK IS OFF LIMITS TO SNOWMOBILING. THIS INCLUDES RANGER BIGHT POND AND BROOK. SEE BELOW MAP FOR REFERENCE.

MICG HAS THE AUTHORITY TO ENFORCE VIOLATIONS UNDER SECTION 39 OF THE WATER RESOURSES ACT SNL 2002 cW-4.01.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION IN KEEPING OUR WATER SUPPLY SAFE.

Barry Andersen
AngajukKak
POB 132
Makkovik, NL A0P 1J0
Posted 21 April 2020, 3:27 pm NDT
IT HAS COME TO THE ATTENTION OF MICG SNOWMOBILERS ARE SKIPPING WATER AT RANGER BIGHT BROOK ON SNOWMOBILES.

PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE ENTIRE RANGER BIGHT WATER SUPPLY FOR THE COMMUNITY OF MAKKOVIK IS OFF LIMITS TO SNOWMOBILING. THIS INCLUDES RANGER BIGHT POND AND BROOK. SEE BELOW MAP FOR REFERENCE.

MICG HAS THE AUTHORITY TO ENFORCE VIOLATIONS UNDER SECTION 39 OF THE WATER RESOURSES ACT SNL 2002 cW-4.01.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION IN KEEPING OUR WATER SUPPLY SAFE.

Barry Andersen
AngajukKak
POB 132
Makkovik, NL A0P 1J0
Posted 20 April 2020, 8:41 am NDT
Service Canada is reaching out to ensure that your community receives important information on how to access Federal benefits. In response to the Covid-19 situation, the government has introduced the new Canada Emergency Response Benefit as part of Canada's Economic Response Plan.
https://www.canada.ca/en/department-finance/economic-response-plan.html

The Canada Emergency Response Benefit is now available and can be accessed
https://www.canada.ca/en/services/benefits/ei/cerb-application.html

Employment Insurance and Pension applications can be made online at: https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/portfolio/service-canada.html
Service Canada can help!

Service Canada is ready to help during COVID19 Atlantic Notice
Posted 16 April 2020, 5:07 pm NDT
COVID -19 World Wide Pandemic effects on Makkovik Fish Plant

Over the last week there has been much information coming down from the Federal and Provincial Governments regarding the assistance programs and services for individuals and businesses.

As of 15 April 2020 there has been no announcement from the Federal Government (Department of Fisheries and Oceans) regarding the opening of the fishing season or if there will be a fishery at all.

Our fishing season usually do not start up until July, but what happens on the world stage regarding COVID-19 pandemic will have an effect on us here.

As soon as the Makkovik Inuit Community Government receives information in this regard we will pass it on to the public.

Thank you.

Barry Andersen
AngajukKak
POB 132
Makkovik, NL.
A0P 1J0
Posted 15 April 2020, 11:14 pm NDT
To reach a Service Canada Agent, please refer to poster below listing contact information.
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From Service Canada Important contact information during COVID-19 (larger version)
Posted 15 April 2020, 10:47 pm NDT
Please see message below from our AngajuKkak

Let's all do our part to stay safe!
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Stay Safe, Stay Positive, we are all in this together! (larger version)
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