Salluit Community Session

Completing a Claim Form in a safe and supportive environment can be an important step in your healing journey. The Federal Indian Day School Community Support program takes a trauma-informed approach to delivering free, one-on-one help with filling out or checking the status of your Claim Form.

The Community Support Program will offer free one-on-one support services in Salluit (QC) at the Community Centre, June 14, 2021.


Community Support Sessions connect you with a personal Claims Assistant along with cultural, healing and legal supports.  


Preparing for Your Session

It is important for you to bring your photo ID with you to your session, to support your claim application. If you have a Claim Form or personal narrative that you have already started, please bring it with you so we can build on the work you have already done.

Preparation Checklist:

  1. Photo ID
  2. Claim Form and personal narrative (if you’ve started it)
  3. Face covering
  4. Personal hand sanitizer (if you have it)
  5. Personal comfort items
  6. Support person or support items

Acceptable forms of valid government-issued identification include:

  • Social insurance card
  • Driver’s license card
  • Provincial/territory photo card
  • Passport
  • Birth certificate
  • Old age security (OAS) identification card
  • Firearms possession and acquisition license (PAL)
  • Official military ID
  • Nexus card
  • Bring Your ID (BYID) card (age of majority card)
  • Permanent resident card
  • U.S. state ID
  • Certificate of Canadian citizenship
  • Indian status card
  • Certificate of Indian status (CIS)
  • Secure Certificate of Indian Status (SCIS)
  • Land claim beneficiary card (Inuit)

Please note that health cards are NOT acceptable forms of ID for privacy reasons. Membership cards issued by an organization, or cards issued by a city, municipality or region are also not acceptable forms of ID, as they are not issued by a state, provincial, territorial or federal government.

If you do not have any of the above forms of ID, you can fill out a Sworn Declaration at Part 6 of the Claim Form.

Health and Safety

We are carefully monitoring the COVID-19 regulations and circumstances in Quebec. Our priority is to ensure your safety and comfort. During in-person community sessions, federal, provincial and community public health guidelines will be followed, and PPE will be worn by all program staff members. Disposable masks and hand sanitization will be available at all in-person sessions.

If sessions are cancelled due to COVID-19, our staff will work with your community to arrange alternative arrangements and ensure community members receive the support they need, in a safe manner. Alternative arrangements may include virtual delivery or a re-scheduled in-person session at a later date.

Our Community Support Team is available to answer questions about our service and assist with booking, changing or cancelling an appointment. You can call us at 1-877-515-7525 or email us at

Our Team

Megan Pearmain

I am of European descent. I live with my daughters in Sidney, BC., on the traditional lands of the WSANEC Peoples. I love to explore the beaches and mountains near my home. I am honoured to be here.

Jennifer Chandler

Hello! I am a mixed Anishinaabe and Métis woman. I am blessed to be residing as a visitor on Treaty 7 land. I am an Aunty to four nephews and one niece. I love to spend time with my family out in nature, smudging, attending pow-wows and dancing ceremonies. 

Karen Neu

Hello! I am of Cree descent and a member of the Montreal Lake Cree Nation in northern Saskatchewan. I grew up in the Prince Albert National Park area. I now live in Calgary and look forward to returning to the Waskesiu area to camp and spend time with family.

Brooke Graham

With a deep passion and involvement in the diversity, equity and inclusion space, I support two organizations dedicated to the professional advancement of the Black community outside of work. I love to work out, then spend the rest of my time eating and lounging in bed. My colleagues would describe me as passionate, dedicated and a team player.

Krystyna Lloyd

Being a parent and a partner are my toughest jobs but the ones that make everything else matter. It is important to me to do work that makes them proud. I believe that time off isn't a true vacation unless it is taken near a lake, an ocean or a mountain.

Carolynn Small Legs

Hello! I am Blackfoot from the Piikani First Nation. I am a mom and grandmomma to a beautiful grand daughter. I smudge to give thanks to the Creator and ask for guidance and strength to have a good life.

Kathryn Gray

I love walking in nature, spending time with family and knitting. I live with my husband and two teenage children, who make me laugh every day.

Vince Kewaquado

I am a proud Anishinabe father to four fantastic children and we miss being able to travel around the world. My colleagues would describe me as determined, loyal, a strong supporter of our endeavours and having a good sense of humour.

Nilou Alizadeh

When I’m not at work, I’m hanging out with my family or enjoying the outdoors with friends. My hobbies include deep wood camping, hiking, snowboarding and cross-country skiing. My colleagues describe me as focused, positive and organized.

Louise Mott

When I am not working, I love to spend time with my family. I have a rescue dog called ‘Blue’ and we take her on regular hikes. I appreciate the opportunity to take photographs wherever I go. My colleagues would describe me as friendly, optimistic and encouraging.