December 13, 2022

Christmas Parade!

Moose Factory's annual Christmas parade is on Saturday, December 17th @ 5 pm! Starts at the MoCreebec office and makes its way to the E.P.R. Centre.
December 13, 2022

Night of Lights Decorating Contest

Families are invited to participate in the Night of Lights! Decorate the outside of your home with lights, decorations, and even music for a chance at a cash prize! Register by Thursday, December 15th @ noon. Judging takes place at 5:30 pm that day.
December 11, 2022

Water Conservation Notice

Water pressure will be decreased over the next three nights to allow water reservoir levels to build up.
December 9, 2022

5-IN-1 Dog Vaccine Clinic

The Moose Factory Dog Program is holding a 5-IN-1 vaccine clinic. Protect against Canine Distemper, Adenovirus Type 2, Parainfluenza, and Parvovirus. December 10th and 11th, 2022. Register online.
December 9, 2022

Trust Fund Agreement Ratified

The Trust Fund Agreement has been approved with 76% of voters choosing yes.
December 9, 2022

Pond Water Available for Ice Rinks

Water conservation is needed at this time. Community members wishing to build outdoor skating rinks can contact Public Works to request for pond water to be delivered to their homes.
December 9, 2022

Prevent Frozen Water Lines This Winter

Prevent frozen water lines in your home this winter by taking a few simple preventative measures.
December 7, 2022

Additional Income Assistance Funding

Indigenous Services Canada is providing an additional funding to Income Assistance Clients to help alleviate the rising costs of living.
December 5, 2022

Child Welfare Natural Laws Community Sessions

We are developing our own laws that will allow us to transition to a Moose Cree approach to child welfare. Provide your input by attending an upcoming community session on December 7th & 8th.
November 28, 2022

Water Conservation Notice

UPDATE: NOV 30 - Water pressure will again be decreased today, beginning this evening from 9 pm to 6 am. The water plant has experienced a higher than usual water demand and has been unable to make water faster than it is being used, which is resulting in a depleted reservoir.