Cree Nation of Waskaganish

Cree Nation of Waskaganish

Waskaganish (Cree for Little House) is a Cree village of about 2000 people at the mouth of the Rupert River on the south-east shore of James Bay in the Eeyou Istchee territory in Northern Quebec, Canada. Formerly called Fort Rupert, the location is one of three original Hudson's Bay Company posts on James Bay, the other two being Fort Albany on the west shore, and Moose Factory on the south.


The Cree Nation of Waskaganish has a rich culture and heritage, being the oldest Cree community in the James Bay and an important historical site for the Cree Nation and Quebec. As the birthplace of the Hudson Bay Company and the British fur trade in western Canada, Waskaganish stands at complex intersections between people, places and things that have helped create a nation.

To provide a glimpse into the community's history, we conducted extensive research and wrote a short but comprehensive brief history of the Cree Nation of Waskaganish for the website. The historical overview we crafted serves as a captivating narrative that connects the past, present, and future of The Cree Nation of Waskaganish.


Web Design & Development

We have been designing and developing the Waskaganish website for the past 15 years. With a deep understanding and respect for their rich heritage, we have been incorporating cultural elements and seamless navigation, enabling residents and visitors to easily access essential information, news, and resources. Our focus on user experience and mobile responsiveness ensures that the website serves as a valuable gateway to engage with the community and showcase their rich and vibrant culture.

Video Productions

As part of our video production services for The Cree Nation of Waskaganish, we had the honor of creating a captivating promo video for their momentous 350th anniversary celebration. This video served as an introduction to the festivities, weaving together a brief history of the community with a teaser of the exciting events and shows planned for the anniversary celebrations.

The video served as a promotional tool and fund raising tool, encouraging community engagement and attracting visitors from near and far to join in the celebration of this significant milestone.

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