Penwaaq L’nu’k


Health Considerations

Covid-19 vaccinations expected on our facilities. Social Distancing of 2 meters is required when at our facilities. If you are sick or showing flu-like symptoms you must not enter our facilities, please stay home. Please follow the posted rules covid-19 Please use hand sanitizers when entering and before exiting our buildings. It is the new normal. No hand shaking.

Disclaimer: Although we are supportive of regional cooperation, involvement, interaction, communication, sharing, and partnerships Benoit First Nation is a totally independant regional Lnu'k/Mi'kmaq Community.

Our Mandate:

Penwaaq L’nu’k was established to revive the old Port au Port Indian Band in Cape St George under a new name and to fill this void in our hearts and in our community and contiues to provide Lnu'k/Mi'kmaq regional and local programming and activities in Culture, language, traditions and much, much more. We provide additional services and programs that the Qalipu Band is unable to provide in its 67 Mi'kmaq communities.

We are working to build our community and educate our children exposing them to our true history.

"Kluskap and the great Creator teaches us to stay humble. Let them give you the wisdom of the ages and guide you on the path of respect and humility."

Saqmaw Jes'n Penwa'

We are a L’nui’suti Regional Cultural and Language Band. Our focus is Lnu'k cultural programming for our people.

Kwe', Penwaaq L’nu’k - Benoit First Nation. A Lnu'k/Mi'kmaw community that is working together to build its language, culture and traditions. Connecting the Elders and the Youth.

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