Mr. Jeremi Fournier, President of Fournier & Fils is happy to handle to M. Charles J. Hester a sponsorship for the Eeyou Istchee Sports & Recreation Association. Good luck to all the hockey and broomball players who will be participating in this weekend's tournament in Val-d’Or!
In the picture, from left to right : Mr. Nicola Fournier, Vice-President, L. Fournier et fils, M. Angus Mayappo, President, Meeyoubou inc., Mme Stephanie Georgekish, Vice-Presidente, Meeyoubou inc., Jérémi Fournier, President, L. Fournier et fils.
New Partnership Agreement
It is with great pleasure and enthusiasm that the executive management of Fournier & Fils announces the signature of an agreement on October 15thwith Meeyoubou inc.
Mr. Angus Mayappo and Mrs. Stephanie Georgekish are the two partners who founded Meeyoubou inc. Both from the Cree Nation of Wemindji, they are highly respected by all Wemindji band members as well as by all the staff members of Éléonore Mine.
We feel very privileged to have Mr. Mayappo and Mrs. Georgekish’s trust and we are exited to have this opportunity to create a strong partnership with a family based in the north part of Eeyou Istchee. Our partnership will certainly be a great advantage in order to achieve tangible work in the area of the 52nd parallel on the Eeyou Istchee Baie James territory. As we look forward, we are grateful that our expertise in building positive multicultural working teams will benefit Meeyoubou – Fournier.
This week, L. Fournier & fils proudly participated as a sponsor to the erection of a garage that will serve as a class to the students of the First Nations Regional Adult Education Center – Kitci Amik located in the Lac Simon Anishnabe Community.
Training to become an electronic device recycling employee or a vehicle parts recycling employee will be taught.
In the picture :
- Gaby Marchildon, Kitci Amik Adult Education Center teacher
- Christian Poucachiche, student
- Louise Bryce, Coordinator of Aboriginal Relations and Steve Girard, Sales representative, both from L. Fournier & fils
- Pascal Brazeau, student
- Martin Adam, Kitci Amik Adult Education Center principal.
On June 19, 2019, Fournier & Fils had visitors over from the Cree Nation of Oujé-Bougoumou at the Sigma site, where mining sterile of the closed mine is transformed and valorized.
From left to right: Alex Mapachee, Fournier & Fils employee, Shawn Wapachee & Reggie Neeposh of Oujé-Bougoumou Enterprises, Nicola Fournier, Norman Poulin and Maxime Cheezo, Fournier & Fils employees.
For a 17th year in a row, the Val-d’Or Native Friendship Centre has made it its mission to recognize and celebrate the perseverance, effort, and academic successes of all Indigenous students, from preschool to university, in Val-d’Or. The event took place at Theatre Telebec on June 6, 2019.
Fournier & Fils, represented by Jonathan Terleki, Training Coordinator and Rose-Marie Cayouette, Human Resources Advisor, is proud to be contributing and congratulates all the recipients of the elementary school level category : Wabaguin C., Haylie C., Mathew A., Meriam B., Harmony C., Delia D., Samayva C., Dasmond D., Evander C., Huge C., Nicolas C., Lana-May B., Ilyas B., Roselia A., Rustin A., Logan D. Wabaguin C., Haylie C., Mathew A., Meriam B., Harmony C., Delia D. et Samayva C., Dasmond D., Evander C., Huge C., Nicolas C., Lana-May B., Ilyas B., Roselia A., Rustin A. and Logan D.