• Nunaaluk Interview

    Celina Wapachee interviewed Dorothy Stewart on Nunuulak: A Forgotten Story. We'd like to invite you to come listen.

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  • Regional Housing Show

    We at JBCCS are extremely excited to provide you with the first episode of the Cree Nation Government Regional Housing Talk Show.

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  • UFO Sighting

    Something strange is going on in in the Cree Nation, eye witness reports from Whapmagoostui have reported UFO sighting.

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JBCCS attends many of the public, government, and industry meetings to keep you informed

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JBCCS is committed to delivering the highest quality Cree broadcasting. 

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Part of the JBCCS mandate is to expand the communications capacity of the James Bay Territory via telecommunications, web based services, and any other venue that is expanding in the territory.

  • Investing in Cree Capacity
    Working with our youth to promote skills development and sustainable growth in the communications field
  • Working close with business and entities
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JBCCS keeping people connected, for over a decade now the James Bay Cree Communication Society has worked to keep people up to date with issues concerning the Cree territory,Canada and the world. We are dedicated to providing information that is relevant to our people and continue to expand the programs that we deliver. 

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Police Director Interview


On February 24th, 2014, we had the opportunity to speak with Police Director of the Eeyou Eenou Police Force (EEPF) about the recent drug bust operations in Eeyou Istchee. The operation, known as Operation Amisk, was performed at 2:30 PM and led to search of seven residences and two vehicles in Mistissini Quebec. The search was a collaboration between the EEPF, the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit (UMECO), and Sûreté du Québec(SQ). The operation was focused on Mistissini Residents, ranging in age from 27-54, who were suspected of trafficking both Cocaine and Marijuana; the resulting operation was able to seize undisclosed amounts of both substances.

The operation, which was lead by the EEPF, spanned over a range of 24 months and involved the collection of intelligence and monitoring of suspected drug trafficking. The EEPF would like to ask your assistance, if you have any information about illegal trafficking of drugs or alcohol, you can contact any EEPF center. If you would like to provide your information anonymously, the EEPF would like to encourage you to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-711-1800. Crime Stoppers is a one hundred percent anonymous service and your information and security will be treated with the utmost importance.