Lodging and meals
Wiichihiituwin provides lodging and local transportation to and from your appointment.
Wiichihiituwin must have your contact number for any possible changes to your appointment, for transportation and for financial issues.
Let your local CMC know before arrival if you are staying in a private home or another hotel—some benefits might not be available.
Private home: $30/day
Your host fills out a lodging claim form that you submit to Wiichihiituwin.
Other hotel: $30/day
You must fill out a lodging claim form and submit it to Wiichihiituwin.
Boarding homes (Val d’Or)
Boarding homes provide breakfast, lunch and supper + snacks, and a lunch bag for traveling home by bus or taxi.
Before you eat at a restaurant, call Wiichihiituwin to make sure the meal is an authorized expense. Save your receipt for reimbursement.
Daily Meal Allowance
Adults and Children older than 5 years
Breakfast: $10, lunch: $14, supper: $20
Children 3 months to 5 years
Breakfast: $8, lunch: $10, supper: $15
Children younger than 3 months
At Hotel Espresso, meals are provided at the restaurant. There is also a community kitchen on the SS level (basement) where you can cook.
Forms can be picked up and submitted to Wiichihiituwin offices (6th floor, 1055 René Levesque Est or 2nd floor, Espresso Hotel).
Val d’Or, Chibougamau and Chisasibi
Wiichihiituwin receptionist. After form is filled out, reimbursement can take up to 8 weeks.
Forms to receive reimbursement for medical travel after travelling with Wiichihiituwin (CPS)
Please note that for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic the Cree Health Board has imposed new health and safety measures for medical travel. These measures are subject to change. Please visit our COVID-19 page for the latest updates.
Remember to bring your proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
Wiichihiituwin’s clients (patients and escorts) will benefit from improved food services at the ADC restaurant at Expresso Hotel, starting June 12, 2022.
500 Wiishkichaansh Road
Chisasibi QC J0M 1E0
Montreal QC H3H 2K4
Handles travel claims for clients who travel for medical appointments. Available 8 am to 4 pm, Monday to Friday.
- listens to concerns and helps the clients to find answers to their questions
- alerts management to areas that could be improved
- if necessary, connects the client with the office of the Commissioner of Quality of Services and Complaints