A delicious lunch with native flavors for First Nations elders
Article published on 5 November 2021
last modification on 10 November 2021
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Thanks to generous funding from Santé et Services sociaux, Québec, QADA, and Bouffe Pontiac, the First Peoples Innovation Centre is organizing a free cooking activity with native flavors for Indigenous elders in the Outaouais. Elders will have access to a delicious free meal with native flavors prepared by a caterer and will be able to take the opportunity to chat with each other.

Who: Indigenous Métis, Inuit and First Nations elders with or without cards.

When: November 18 and 25 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.

Where: Club Lion, 6 Rue Borden, Campbell’s Bay, QC J0X 1K0

How to get there : TransporAction services are available and at our expense.

How to reserve : To reserve your place call Marie-Pier Labonté, Project Manager at (819) 685-2424, by email at mlabonte cipp-fpic.com or on Event Brite with the following link: Free community meals for Indigenous elders

Due to the COVID, the first 20 reservations will be retained.

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