Mahsos School Janitor & Food Preparation
Tobique Education is looking to recruit people during this pandemic in areas of janitorial and food preparation for the school.
We will also be taking names for fill in’s. For Teachers, Education Assistance, Janitors, Cooks, Bus drivers, Administration.
• Must enjoy working around children
• Must be able to pass a criminal record check.
Call 273-5535 for more details.
The Maliseet Convenience & Gas Bar is currently in the process of a three phase renovation. The first phase of the renovation was changing the location of the gas pumps to just in front of the store. More pumps were also added, with an additional 2 main pumps totaling 6 main pumps, and an additional diesel pump was added, now totaling 2 diesel pumps.
The second phase of the renovation was a refurbishment of the building itself. Both the inside and outside were completely gutted and redone adding additional space on the inside of the store, and changing the layout around. More shelving and freezer space was added inside the store in order to expand the grocery capacity. This was done with the intent of having more essential grocery items available for the community, so community members can access what they need locally.
The final phase of the renovation will start sometime this summer and will see the entire parking lot re-paved including around the building to give people access to the new drive-thru. More detail on the new drive-thru will come soon, as it gets closer to opening. In the mean time, come and check out the new renovations.
Tobique Sunset Beach has recently undergone some major upgrades and improvements. The goal has been to make the beautiful space as user friendly as possible for everyone who wants to enjoy it. Our first objective was to consult the community to find what they wanted for the space. After careful thought and planning, Chief & Council took the first step towards building what our people wanted.
Our structures that now sit at the beach represent action. The riverside cabin will be used for point of sale for equipment rentals and display art work, and crafts, as well as provide restrooms. The building behind it is used for storage of the rental equipment. And the newly renovated Gazebo can be used for sitting and eating, special events, and drumming. These new permanent structures will last for generations to come.
With tourism interests on the rise, this is great time to not only provide ample recreational space for membership, but also open the doors to those who can respect our space and take in some raw beauty. We ask that all who come enjoy the beach leave it clean, and either stash their refuse in the appropriate bin or take it with them.
Soon all the facilities will be open for use and our community can enjoy our newly upgraded beach at the highest level.
Brad Sappier – Neqotkuk Councilor