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Posted 22 January 2020, 12:00 pm NST
MICG would like to officially welcome aboard to the Recreation Dept Crew, Cory Pottle, as the new Director of Recreation and Community Events.
And Paul Andersen who has returned to his postition as the Recreation Youth Coordinator.

We wish you all the best!

Under the Work Experience Program( WEP), we have two employees:
- Damien Andersen- Arena Rec. Assistant- Assists with programming and labour duties at the Makkovik Arena
- Trisha Andersen- Rec Assistant- Assist with gym and youth center activities and many other Community Events.

Thank you goes out to Inuit Pathways (and staff) for making these positions possible.
Posted 22 January 2020, 11:31 am NST
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John at his last Recreation Event (Ladies Hockey) in the Arena as Director of Recreation and Community Events January 21, 2020 (photo courtesy Gary Andersen) (larger version)
At the Arena last night, John Andersen dropped his last puck as our Director of Recreation and Community Events. " Johnny" as most people call him, has worked with the Town since October 31, 1992. His community spirit has shone through in whatever he took on for the Community of Makkovik!

He dedicated his time in assisting our children, youth and adults to try their best, no matter what activity he or she wanted to participate in. More importantly, he taught them to be proud of who they are,...
Posted 16 January 2020, 2:36 pm NST
Makkovik Inuit Community Government
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
(for Makkovik residents only)

Acting Chief Administrative Officer (Acting CAO)
Permanent/Full-time

The Makkovik Inuit Community Government (MICG) is seeking an effective and dynamic individual to support the Town's operations in the role of Acting CAO.

MICG is offering all possible support like training-coaching and tools that will permit the Acting CAO hired to get all the leadership and management competencies to eventually become...
Posted 13 January 2020, 5:23 pm NST
Here, when we talk about talents, it is not about singing or dancing in front of a crowd. Here talents are about the inner qualities and strengths that each person has differently from any other persons.
The problem is that that most people are unaware that they possess them, thus, they do not use them for their own good, neither for the good of their family and community.
MICG is presently looking for individuals who would like their talents (qualities-strengths) to be:
• discovered by...
Posted 07 January 2020, 4:14 pm NST
Some of CCG buoys will not be lifted in Newfoundland and Labrador due to fast ice. This may have an effect for those that travel over sea ice via snowmobiles or other means, as the buoys may pose a collision hazard.

The affected communities are as follows:
Hopedale
Happy Valley / Goose Bay
Makkovik
Nain

The coordinates are as follows:

Labrador Coast - Hopedale, Happy Valley / Goose Bay
LL 312 Birch Island Light Buoy H22 – 53 23 21.798N 60 14 16.9020W
LL 313 Chaulk Point Light Buoy H23 -...
Posted 17 December 2019, 11:32 am NST
Groomer Operator (Internal/External)

This is a unionized seasonal position that reports directly to the Chief Administrative Officer of the Makkovik Inuit Community Government

Qualifications:

The Groomer Operator must hold a driver's license with class 5 endorsement and experience in the operation and light maintenance of track vehicles and other equipment. Familiarity with the trail system and, in particular, the trail way between Makkovik and Mulligan is required. WHIMS certification (or...
Posted 16 December 2019, 2:30 pm NST
December 16th, 2019
Public Notice

Makkovik Inuit Community Government will be closed during the Christmas Holidays on the following dates:

December 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th, 30th, and December 31st 2019.

Closed January 01st, 2020 . Will re-open on January 02, 2020. Closed the following Monday, January 06th, 2020 for Old Christmas Day.

Garbage Collection Dates will be on the following dates:

Monday December 23, 2019
Friday, December 27th, 2019
Thursday, January 2nd, 2019

In case of an...
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