About us

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The Société immobilière du Regroupement des centres d’amitié autochtones du Québec (SIRCAAQ) collectively develops and applies innovative and sustainable real estate infrastructure solutions that contribute to the wellness of Indigenous people.

The SIRCAAQ is distinct in its

  • ommitment to creating safe, healthy and culturally relevant living environments for Indigenous people,
  • coordination with the various actors in the environments where the projects are developed,
  • approach of putting Indigenous cultures at the centre of its projects,
  • expertise and knowledge of the urban Indigenous reality,
  • pioneering role in real estate,
  • concern for the environment and sustainable development goals, and
  • democratic, efficient and rigorous management approach.

VALUES

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  • TOGETHER

    Working together for the collective wellness of Indigenous people, within our organization and with the different partners involved in the developed projects.

  • RESPECT

    Taking action in harmony with our environment and valuing everyone’s contribution, to make our vision of development for the next seven generations a reality.

  • HONESTY AND TRUTH

    Staying true to who we are and acting transparently and fairly to build and maintain authentic, meaningful and trusting relationships.

  • HUMILITY

    Promising to guide the Friendship Centres in building their capacities, by supporting of the successes of the projects in a spirit of interconnection.

  • WISDOM AND COURAGE

    Designing and implementing innovative, relevant and culturally grounded solutions with great determination.

THE SIRCAAQ TEAM

Laurent Odjick

Laurent Odjick

Director

laurent.odjick@sircaaq.ca

Bruno Lemieux

Bruno Lemieux

Project coordinator

bruno.lemieux@sircaaq.ca

Lucie Hébert

Lucie Hébert

Administrative technician

lucie.hebert@sircaaq.ca

OUR PROJECTS

SIRCAAQ is developing several real estate infrastructure projects for the benefit of Indigenous people in Quebec.

EVERYDAY LIVING ENVIRONMENT FOR INDIGENOUS STUDENTS IN SEPT-ÎLES

INFORMATION ABOUT THE PROJECT

The Sept-Îles project has:

  • 32 rental units
  • 39 early childhood centre (CPE) spots
  • A large multipurpose room
  • Collaborative workspaces for students
  • A motor-skills room for young children
  • A shared kitchen
  • Offices for consultations
  • Play spaces and outdoor facilities for cultural activities

PRESS RELEASES

Rental Unit Application

You will receive an acknowledgement of receipt when we get your application for a unit. All applications will be reviewed by our selection committee and a response will be sent to you by April 29, 2022.

Please note: Applying for a unit does not automatically lead to a unit.

Fill the Rental Unit Application

If you have any questions, contact us at  1.888.297.3635 or info@sircaaq.ca.

EVERYDAY LIVING ENVIRONMENT FOR INDIGENOUS STUDENTS IN TROIS-RIVIÈRES

INFORMATION ABOUT THE PROJECT

The Trois-Rivières project has:

  • 42 rental units
  • 37 early childhood centre (CPE) spots
  • A four-year-old kindergarten
  • A multipurpose room
  • Collaborative workspaces for students
  • A living room
  • A shared kitchen
  • A physical activity room
  • A play space and outdoor facilities for cultural activities
  • The new offices of the CAATR Friendship centre (co-ownership)

PRESS RELEASES

To come…