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Educational Services

Under the program for Community and Parental Involvement, we are happy to present the newsletter for parents and community members. On a regular basis, the newsletter will give you information on varied subjects that will enrich your daily experience as the first educator for your children. 

On Wednesday June 9th at noon, join Jacinthe Germain, FNEC student success adviser, for a presentation on exam preparation, via Zoom. She will also be available to answer any questions you may have! 

To register to the Zoom workshop, please write to:  

We invite parents and school principals to send us any photos, stories, initiatives or success stories in community and parental involvement in your community. We will be happy to share them with everyone in our newsletter. 

If you have any question or comment, do not hesitate to contact Eve Lapointe, at 1-855-842-7672! 

Technology Services

This year represents a very special milestone for FNEC as we have completed our mission to install fibre-optic networks in all member communities with schools. With the completion of Kitcisakik and Abitibiwini fibre-optic projects this year, we have completed our mission to deploy connectivity infrastructure across 330 public sectors buildings

This connectivity provides essential access to premium broadband services that are secure, viable, and cost-effective, capable of meeting future needs. The FNEC will continue its role to support the development and maintenance broadband infrastructure to meet the needs of our member communities.  

The FNEC would like to acknowledge infrastructure representatives from the First Nations Infrastructure Fund and the First Nations Health and Inuit Branch for their continued support in making this achievement possible.  

14th edition Inter-School Games Results
2022 Ancestor's Challenge
A building maintenance course will soon be offered in FNEC member communities.
This course will give school maintenance staff the opportunity to develop skills in preventive maintenance, as well as troubleshooting and problem solving in areas related to building maintenance including plumbing, heating, electricity, and ventilation.
The following topics will be addressed:
  •  ASP Health and Safety on Construction Sites course
  • Computer science
  • Time management and workplace communication
  • Reading electrical plans and wiring diagrams
  • Electricity
  • Plumbing
  • Heating
  • Ventilation
  • Refrigeration and air conditioning
  • Home automation and direct digital control (DDC)
  • Fire protection
This workplace training course gives participants a combination of theoretical notions and hands-on practice and will be adapted to suit the unique context of each community.
Participants will also have access to videos they can use as checklists after the training course is over.
If you have any questions in the meantime, please email Patrick Marois, at, or  Dick Cleary, at, or call us at 1-855-842-7672.
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First Nations Education Council
95, rue de l’Ours
Wendake, QC
G0A 4V0

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