Community·Community Bureau

Pusu'l Listuguj (Hello Listuguj)

Throughout the fall, CBC is in Listuguj, part of Gespe’gewa’gi and Mi’gma’gi territories. Our journalists Lance Delisle and Alexandre Silberman will be in the community and available for informal chats about whatever you'd like us to know. 

CBC is in Listuguj, drop by for a chat and tell us your stories

A graphic of blue fish and blue lobster in water with the words Pusu’l Listuguj
CBC is focusing on stories about Listuguj and its residents. (Rana Liu/CBC)

Throughout the fall, CBC is in Listuguj, part of Gespe'gewa'gi and Mi'gma'gi territories.

Our journalists Lance Delisle and Alexandre Silberman will be in the community and available for informal chats about whatever you'd like us to know.

Do you know someone with a story worth telling? What issues matter in your community? What concerns and hopes do you have for the future of your region? 

On Sunday, Sept. 25 and Monday, Sept. 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Lance was at Ki'Juice Listuguj to say hello to the community. 

Perhaps you know a place or event that we should visit in your community. Our journalists want to hear about it. 

Just contact us at listuguj@cbc.ca and someone from our team will be in touch with you.

Meet our journalists

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Lance Delisle (CBC)
Lance Delisle

She;kon/Greetings 

My name is Lance Delisle from the sovereign territory of Kahnawake, south of Tiohti:áke. (Montreal) I am Kanien'kehá:ka (Mohawk) of the Wolf Clan. I've been in the radio Industry for over 30 years. 

From the beginning, I dreamed of being a voice for my nation as a storyteller. My people come from a rich background storytelling through the oral tradition storytelling. But to tell a good story, one must listen to people. 

Our world is very fortunate to have so many vibrant stories of truth, identity, resilience and hope. I've always felt if I could be a gatherer of these stories and share them with the rest of the people residing on our Turtle Island and elsewhere.

In my time, I've grown to listen and take note of the things that matter. People feel love, feel strength and show there's more to one part of a person.

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Alexandre Silberman (Maria Jose Burgos/CBC)
Alexandre Silberman


Alexandre Silberman is a video journalist with CBC News based in Moncton, N.B. His reporting has taken him to all corners of New Brunswick, from a remote island school and cranberry bogs, to First Nations communities and northern wilderness

Alexandre has frequently travelled to nearby Campbellton and is looking forward to spending time on the other side of the river in Listuguj. He speaks English and French.

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