The FNQLEDC is a collaborative body for the Aboriginal community economic development officers and representatives.  It represents the economic development interests of 90 000 + Aboriginals in Quebec and Labrador.



Notice of Competition

Position: Director General
Deadline to apply: August 5th, 2016 at 4:00 p.m.
Job Description


September 28, 2015

The minister Geoffrey Kelley announced a financial assistance of up to $ 695,000 to the Conseil des Atikamekw de Manawan, to expand the food market located in this community.


June 2, 2015

RELEASE - Wendake, June 2, 2015 - The FNQLEDC represents the interests of over 90 000 Aboriginal people in economic development and taxation. Its mandate, amongst others, is to inform and support its members. Important issues related to taxation in aboriginal communities were recently raised by the FNQLEDC.


February 25, 2015

The FNQLEDC in cooperation with the FNQBN is proud to present this Aboriginal Business Directory.This Directory, contributes to increase exposure of your company to business community.  Since the directory may be used by large providers of work. You increase your chances of being informed of upcoming new calls from tender. The whole procedure is free.



August 22, 2014

The minister Kelley announced a grant of $ 800 000 from the Government of Quebec to support the projects of the Scierie Opitciwan and the grocery Opitciwonok.




August 21, 2014

Wendake acquired a lot of lands worth $ 5.5 million in Saint-Émile. The Huron-Wendat Nation intends to use the recent expansion of its territory as a springboard to revitalize its economy.


August 14, 2014

An $ 8 million hotel will be built in the parking lot of the Galeries Montagnaises. The developer, l’Immobilière Montagnaise, confirmed that works will start in the coming weeks. The facility, which will operat under the banner Quality Inn, will have 61 rooms and is expected to welcome its first guests in spring 2015.


July 23, 2014

Mason Graphite Company unveiled Wednesday in the Innu community of Pessamit on the Côte-Nord, its intention to start work as early as 2015 a graphite mine of exceptional quality 300 kilometers north of Baie-Comeau. The Innu of Pessamit are fully engaged in this project, valued for now at $ 90 million.