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Canada’s Aboriginal Children Living in Below Average Conditions – Survey

Nearly half (49%) of off-reserve First Nations children under 6 years of age live in low-income families, compared with 18% of non-Aboriginal children, while about 43% of Inuit children are living in a crowded dwelling, six times the proportion of 7% among non-Aboriginal children, according to a survey by Statistics Canada. The survey also reveals that more than one-quarter (27%) of off-reserve First Nations children under 6 years old have mothers between the ages of 15 and 24, compared with 8% of non-Aboriginal children.

by NationTalk on October 30, 2008854 Views

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Health Council of Canada Endorses Findings of Conference Board of Canada Report

MEDIA RELEASE: Attention Assignment Editors and Health Reporters

Toronto Oct. 29, 2008 – Dr. Jeanne Besner, Chair of the Health Council of Canada, today endorsed the Conference Board of Canada’s recent report on Canada’s health performance. The report gave Canada a “B” ranking, placing the country 10th out of 16 countries in relative health performance.

by NationTalk on October 30, 2008780 Views

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Certified Environmental Group Inc. Signs Multimillion Dollar Agreement

Toronto, Ontario –(Oct. 29, 2008) – Certified Environmental Group Inc. (PINK SHEETS:CENV) today announces it has signed an agreement with First Nations to provide clean drinking water units to its communities.

There are more than 135 First Nations communities in the east coast that require clean drinking water. Global Life Water purification power plants can successfully purify fast current river water. Funding of the water power stations for the 135 First Nations communities is approximately a $75,000,000 undertaking. The Global Life Water water purification power plants provide 5,000 gallons of clean drinking water every day and up to 2.5 KW of electricity as a compact stand-alone unit.

by NationTalk on October 29, 2008830 Views

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New Haida Gwaii Hospital and Health Centre Opens

NEWS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
2008HSERV0098-001623
Oct. 25, 2008

Ministry of Health Services
Northern Health

MASSET – Residents of northern Haida Gwaii will receive better care in a new facility designed to reflect local architecture and heritage. Combining hospital services, residential care beds, assisted living units and community health programs, the Northern Haida Gwaii Hospital and Health Centre was officially opened today.

by NationTalk on October 27, 2008997 Views

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CIHR Guidelines for Health Research Involving Aboriginal People Are Now in Effect

(2008-10-23) The CIHR Guidelines for Health Research Involving Aboriginal People were developed through extensive consultation with Aboriginal communities and researchers across Canada. These Guidelines are aimed at promoting and enabling health research that is in keeping with Aboriginal values and traditions. They do this by establishing clarity of expectations and responsibilities among all parties.

by NationTalk on October 25, 20082343 Views

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Ethics in Aboriginal Health Research

An Ethics Workshop hosted by the Vancouver Island
Node of Network Environments for Aboriginal Research
(NEARBC)

The Vancouver Island Node of Network Environments for Aboriginal Research invites you to attend an all day workshop scheduled for October 31st 2008 at the University Club located at the University of Victoria.

by NationTalk on October 25, 2008738 Views

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Diabetes Symposium – Walk This Way

Wednesday, November 5, 2008
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Registration 8:30 a.m.

Richelieu-Vanier Centre
300 des Peres-Blancs Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario

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by NationTalk on October 25, 2008637 Views

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Health Care in Canada 2008

Pages: 90

Date published: October 23, 2008

ISBN 978-1-55465-349-2 (PDF)

Table of Contents

List of Figures

Today, the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) released the ninth edition of Health Care in Canada. The report, composed of pivotal analytic work undertaken at CIHI during the last year, is a reference guide offering a condensed look at the most up-to-date information on the Canadian health care system. A recognized resource for those interested in health information, Health Care in Canada 2008 takes a look at key issues surrounding health spending, health human resources, access to care, quality of care and population health.

When: October 23, 2008

by NationTalk on October 24, 2008776 Views

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Global Challenges | Conference in Canadian Province Focuses on HIV/AIDS Among Native Youth

Kaiser Daily HIV/AIDS Report

[Oct 23, 2008]

Aboriginal youth from northern parts of the Canadian province of British Columbia recently gathered for a three-day conference on HIV/AIDS in an effort to curb the spread of the disease in their communities, the CP/Prince George Citizen reports. Conference attendees, ages 15 to 22, were selected by the First Nations chiefs, councils and health directors.

by NationTalk on October 23, 2008863 Views

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Coca-Cola to Award 2010 Olympic Torch Relay Spots through Halifax Organization for Youth who Get Active

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HALIFAX, Oct. 21 – “Coca-Cola Canada announced today that Active Halifax Communities will be the first community organization in Nova Scotia to host the SOGO Active program (www.sogoactive.com), a national active living program aimed at Canadian youth. Coca-Cola will award over 1,000 torchbearer spots in the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Torch Relay to teenagers who join the program and demonstrate a commitment to adopting an active lifestyle, 20 of which will be awarded to youth affiliated with Halifax-based Active Halifax Communities.”

by NationTalk on October 22, 20082145 Views

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Province Boosts Funding for Aboriginal ActNow

NEWS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
2008HLS0018-001590
Oct. 21, 2008

Ministry of Healthy Living and Sport

VANCOUVER – The Province is almost doubling funding for the Honour Your Health Challenge to $1.4 million this year, supporting Aboriginal leaders to establish and lead healthy living initiatives in their communities, announced Mary Polak, Minister of Healthy Living and Sport.

by NationTalk on October 21, 20081195 Views

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Provincial Youth Suicide Prevention Planning Conference

October 24-26th in Vancouver

During this planning conference BC First Nations youth will develop curriculum for the upcoming regional spring break camps on youth suicide prevention to be held throughout BC. The Planning Conference will bring together Youth and Elders representatives from each region along with representatives from each regional Health Authority, and Aboriginal MCFD regional reps.

by NationTalk on October 20, 2008928 Views

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Dr. Malcolm King appointed Scientific Director of CIHR’s Institute of Aboriginal Peoples’ Health

For immediate release- 2008-39

OTTAWA (October 20, 2008) – Dr. Alain Beaudet, President of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), along with CIHR’s Governing Council, announced today the appointment of Dr. Malcolm King as incoming Scientific Director of CIHR’s Institute of Aboriginal Peoples’ Health (CIHR-IAPH). This appointment is effective January 1, 2009.

by NationTalk on October 20, 20081341 Views

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Albian Sands Energy Helps First Aid Response

October 17, 2008

The RCMP detachment in Fort Chipewyan, northern Alberta expressed heartfelt thanks recently to Albian Sands Energy (Albian) for its donation of a new Automatic External Defibrillator (AED).

by NationTalk on October 18, 20081170 Views

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North East LHIN News – Fall 2008

NE LHIN Integration Strategy Moves Forward

On September 26, 2008, the NE LHIN Board of Directors received a document that will chart the course for a more coordinated delivery of health care programs and services in North East Ontario. The NE LHIN Integration Strategy was reviewed by the Board at its monthly meeting held in Espanola.

by NationTalk on October 18, 2008834 Views

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FSIN Wants Health Care Professionals Better Trained To Deal With First Nation Clients

FSIN Communications Unit
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 17, 2008

(Saskatoon, Saskatchewan) Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations Vice-Chief Guy Lonechild wants doctors and staff to receive cultural sensitivity training. This comes in light of some cases where First Nation people died shortly after visiting doctors who may have misdiagnosed the clients.

by NationTalk on October 17, 20081086 Views

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Northern Communities Improving Self-Sufficiency With Healthy Food Projects: Lathlin

October 16, 2008

Northern Healthy Food Initiative Promotes Local Gardening Skills; Provides Tools, Seeds, Storage, Chickens, Goats

THOMPSON—Speaking at the Northern Harvest Security Forum, Aboriginal and Northern Affairs Minister Oscar Lathlin today congratulated the producers and partners for their successes in fostering more food production in the north, particularly in remote northern communities.

by NationTalk on October 17, 2008857 Views

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Province Launches Poverty Reduction Consultations

Human Resources, Labour and Employment
October 16, 2008

The Provincial Government is planning a series of public consultations to strengthen its Poverty Reduction Strategy. This will include a series of public sessions, round tables, focus groups, and a website. These consultations are designed to engage individuals living in poverty, the community and the general public in a dialogue on the strategy’s themes, goals and objectives.

by NationTalk on October 16, 2008764 Views

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5th Annual Vancouver Island Chiefs Health Symposium

Dear Chiefs/Designates:

RE: 5th Annual Chiefs Health Symposium Invitation

Date: October 27, 2008 – 6:30pm-8:30pm – Welcome Reception (deserts & coffee will be served)

October 28, 2008 – 8:30am – 4:30pm – Symposium (lunch will be served)

Location: Vancouver Island Conference Centre
101 Gordon Street, Nanaimo, BC

by NationTalk on October 16, 2008807 Views

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Iron Eagle Project

IRON EAGLE FITNESS CONSULTING

Message from the Founder

I am pleased to introduce IRON EAGLE Fitness Centres. A professional and affordable fitness, nutritional and wellness Centre, designed for First Nation’s and North American Indian band members in Canada and the USA.

My HOPE and Vision is to help our people in the struggle for daily living.

My MISSION is to Challenge Community Leaders to take Action! “No more talk!” Just Do It…as Nike says.

by NationTalk on October 16, 20081348 Views

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The Real Winners of Election 2008: Canadians Who Want Better Lung Health

October 15, 2008

Lung Association congratulates Conservatives on re-election and commitment to lung health, looks forward to working with all parties on advancing respiratory health agenda in Canada

(Ottawa) – The Lung Association today congratulated the Prime Minister and the Conservative Party on their re-election to government. The Association also took the opportunity to extend congratulatory wishes to all federal party leaders and candidates who were elected or re-elected. As well, the Association expressed its desire to work with all Parliamentarians to advance the respiratory health agenda in Canada.

by NationTalk on October 15, 2008824 Views

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KO Telemedicine – Teleophthalmology Program Update

The KOTM Teleophthalmology program, in effect since 2004, has slowly been growing and progressing despite a lack of sustainable funding. Communities fortunate to have services this year include Keewaywin, North Spirit Lake, Poplar Hill, Deer Lake, Fort Severn, Big Trout Lake and Sandy Lake.

by NationTalk on October 15, 2008956 Views

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KO Telemedicine Meets with Brazilian Delegation

The staff of KOTM had an opportunity to meet with a delegation from Brazil. Ana Haddad, a Director within the Brazil Ministry of Health, Wanderley Guenka, a Director of the Department of Indigenous Health, Marivand Pinto,International Affairs Advisor and Humberto Alves, from the Federal University of Medicine were at the Canadian Society of Telehealth’s annual conference in Ottawa to learn about the advancements of Telemedicine in Canada, with a focus on Indigenous Telemedicine.

by NationTalk on October 15, 20081240 Views

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Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network Petition

HIV/AIDS is a serious health issue, often faced with stigma and discrimination toward those living with it. Stigma and discrimination affects whether people will step forward for care, treatment and support, when HIV-positive, while also stopping others for getting to know the facts or to go for HIV testing. We can change this! WE the undersigned do hereby commit to ending HIV/AIDS stigma and discrimination. Please sign on the dotted line, and make your voice count.
http://caan.ca/petition/

by NationTalk on October 14, 2008682 Views

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Media Notice – Unique Conference Focuses on Depression in Adults

CALGARY, Oct. 13 – Media are invited to attend a unique conference highlighting the latest information on depression in adults including its causes, most effective treatments, and benefits to individuals and society. The conference begins at The Westin in downtown Calgary on Wednesday, October 15 and runs until Friday, October 17.

by NationTalk on October 14, 2008767 Views

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Coca-Cola Canada Launches New Physical Activity Program

Opportunity to carry Olympic Flame used as incentive for Canadian youth to get active

Vancouver, October 9, 2008

Coca-Cola Canada today unveiled SOGO Active (www.sogoactive.com), its national active living program aimed at Canadian youth. Coca-Cola will award over 1,000 torchbearer spots in the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Torch Relay to teenagers who join the program and demonstrate a commitment to adopting an active lifestyle.

by NationTalk on October 12, 20081182 Views

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Conservatives Commit $10 Million in Initial Funding for First-ever Action Plan on Lung Health

Lung Association lauds demonstration of leadership on priority health issue, urges other national parties to commit to funding action plan on lung health

OTTAWA, Oct. 9 – The Lung Association today congratulated the Conservative Party of Canada for being the first federal party to publicly pledge funding towards Canada’s first national action plan on lung health – the National Lung Health Framework.

by NationTalk on October 12, 2008888 Views

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First Nations Health Council Regional Governance Caucuses

Various Dates in Locations throughout the Province

Regional Caucus Documents: Agenda [pdf] | Workbook [pdf]

The Health Council’s Interim Governance Subcommittee will be holding regional governance caucuses in the following cities on the following dates:

by NationTalk on October 10, 20081027 Views

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Mbtelehealth Expansion Connects More Rural Manitobans With Health-Care Expertise: Oswald

October 8, 2008

More Manitobans will be able to access specialized health-care expertise with the expansion of Manitoba’s successful MBTelehealth program to three new communities, Health Minister Theresa Oswald announced today.

by NationTalk on October 8, 2008872 Views

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3rd International Meeting on Indigenous Child Health: Many Voices into One Song

The purpose of this international, collaborative conference will be to focus on innovative clinical care models and community-based public health approaches for children and youth in First Nations, Inuit, Métis, American Indian and Alaska Native communities.

by NationTalk on October 7, 2008913 Views

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New Program Cleans The Environment While Helping Manitobans With Kidney Disease

October 7, 2008

The Manitoba government and the Kidney Foundation of Canada – Manitoba Branch have launched a free Home Appliance Retirement Program that will help fight kidney disease and protect the environment, Science, Technology, Energy and Mines Minister Jim Rondeau announced today.

by NationTalk on October 7, 2008846 Views

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Innovative HIV-AIDS Treatment ISENTRESS(TM) now available to Canadian First Nations

MONTREAL, Oct. 7 – Canadian First Nations people living with HIV-AIDS will now have access to ISENTRESS(TM) (raltegravir), the first of a new class of antiretrovirals for the treatment of HIV-AIDS through Health Canada’s Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB) Program. The NIHB program provides coverage for health-related needs for First Nations, Inuit and Aboriginal people.

by NationTalk on October 7, 2008801 Views

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Rural Health-Care Training Reaches Record High: Ministers

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October 7, 2008

Nearly 450 training spaces for front-line health-care professionals are being offered in rural communities this year, a greater volume of rural health training than ever before and more than double the training spaces offered a decade ago, Health Minister Theresa Oswald and Advanced Education and Literacy Minister Diane McGifford said today.

by NationTalk on October 7, 2008731 Views

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CAOT Election Resources

posted: Wednesday, October 01, 2008

With the Federal Election called for October 14, CAOT wants its members to be informed about the issues facing you this election.

by NationTalk on October 2, 2008901 Views

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Satellite Dialysis Unit Officially Opens in Happy Valley-Goose Bay

Health and Community Services
Labrador and Aboriginal Affairs

October 1, 2008

Dialysis patients in Happy Valley-Goose Bay are now availing of treatment closer to home through the new satellite dialysis unit at the Labrador Health Centre. The Honourable Ross Wiseman, Minister of Health and Community Services, was joined today by the Honourable John Hickey, Minister of Labrador Affairs; the Honourable Patty Pottle, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs; Boyd Rowe, Chief Executive Officer of Labrador-Grenfell Health; and, Mayor Leo Abbass, Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay, for the official opening of the satellite dialysis unit in the Labrador Health Centre.

by NationTalk on October 1, 2008974 Views

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Emergency Room’s Neglect Horrifying

From: SCO and First Nations Disability Association

Re: Death of Brian Sinclair going unnoticed during 34-hour wait at hospital

Grand Chief Morris Swan Shannacappo of the Southern Chiefs’ Organization is demanding federal and provincial governments and politicians immediately address a wide range of issues that may have come into play during tragic situation surrounding the death of Brian Sinclair at the Health Sciences Centre.

by NationTalk on October 1, 20082786 Views

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ER Mismanagement Can Be Fatal

Lengthy waits, failure to adapt cause morbidity and mortality

In Brief:

– A Winnipeg man died after waiting 34 hours at HSC
– Too many people are using ERs for minor problems due to barriers to proper care
– Innovations that work elsewhere must be applied here
– It shouldn’t take a death to prompt overdue reforms

by NationTalk on October 1, 2008915 Views

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Media Advisory: Minister to Officially Open Happy Valley-Goose Bay Satellite Dialysis Unit

Health and Community Services
Labrador and Aboriginal Affairs
September 30, 2008

The Honourable Ross Wiseman, Minister of Health and Community Services, will be joined by the Honourable John Hickey, Minister of Labrador Affairs and MHA for Lake Melville; the Honourable Patty Pottle, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and MHA for Torngat Mountains; Boyd Rowe, Chief Executive Officer of Labrador-Grenfell Health; and, Mayor Leo Abbass, Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay, for the official opening of the new satellite dialysis unit in Happy Valley-Goose Bay tomorrow (Wednesday, October 1) at 10:00 a.m. at the Labrador Health Centre.

by NationTalk on September 30, 2008815 Views

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Exploring Canada’s Health Care Workforce

What: Canada’s Health Care Providers, 1997 to 2006, A Reference Guide

Canada’s Health Care Providers, 1997 to 2006, A Reference Guide provides the latest available information on 24 health service occupations in Canada, including midwives, dentists, audiologists and chiropractors. The report looks specifically at supply and demographic trends, graduates of educational institutions offering health-related programs by province and the regulatory environment for each health occupation by province and territory. In addition, for the first time, information on gender, age and common practice settings are included.

by NationTalk on September 30, 20081003 Views

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2nd Annual HIV/AIDS & HCV Conference – “In the Spirit of the Family” – Call for Abstracts

Youth and Elders

February 11 and 12, 2009
Parkland Inn – 100 Broadway St. East
Phone: (306)783-9781 or Toll Free: 1-800-667-1585
Yorkton, SK

Who should attend?

Front line workers, professionals, students, youth, people living with HIV/AIDS and/or Hepatitis C, addictions counselors, Chiefs/Council members, physicians and any community member who wants to make a difference.

by NationTalk on September 30, 2008827 Views

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Warning From Campaign 2000 to Federal Parties: High Child Poverty Rates Threaten Social Fabric of Canada’s Cities

Toronto, Ontario –(Sept. 29, 2008) – Citing disturbing census data on high child and family poverty rates in major Canadian cities, the national anti-poverty coalition, Campaign 2000, today urged all federal party leaders to commit to a Poverty Reduction Strategy for Canada.

by NationTalk on September 29, 2008826 Views

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Yukon to Host Follow-Up FASD Conference

FOR RELEASE #08-234
September 26, 2008

WHITEHORSE – The Department of Justice will host a Yukon roundtable on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) this October, Justice Minister Marian C. Horne announced today.

by NationTalk on September 28, 2008947 Views

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Pressing Health Care Issues Shut Out of Federal Election Campaign – Physiotherapy Association Questions Political Will to Spend New Money on Old Problems

TORONTO, Sept. 25 – A recent poll indicated that Canadians have identified health care as one of their top concerns in this election. However, the leaders of Canada’s major political parties have paid very little attention to health care issues in the campaign. The Canadian Physiotherapy Association is calling on all the party leaders and candidates to take a closer look at health care and provide concrete ideas for improving the health care system in Canada. This will allow Canadians to make an informed decision on who to vote for when they go to the polls on October 14.

by NationTalk on September 26, 2008890 Views

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Neskantaga First Nation Rebuilds Recreation Centre

News Release
September 25, 2008 – 155

McGuinty Government Invests In Healthier Community

NEWS

The Neskantaga First Nation will have a new focal point for social and economic activity in the community with the support of the Ontario government.

by NationTalk on September 25, 20081065 Views

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Ottawa Dermatologist Honoured by Ministry of Health and Social Services in Iqaluit

OTTAWA, Sept. 23 – Dr. Robert Jackson, of the Division of Dermatology, University of Ottawa, and former president of the Canadian Dermatology Association (CDA), was honoured for over 10 years of providing dermatology services to the eastern portion of Nunavut, encouraging the use of telehealth for dermatology consultations and as a leader among medical specialists providing services from Ottawa.

by NationTalk on September 23, 20081311 Views

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Physician Advocacy Essential for Canada’s First Nations

CMAJ. 2008 September 23; 179(7): 728.
doi: 10.1503/cmaj.081290.

Peter Warren, MB B Chir
Winnipeg Man.

The Government of Canada recently apologized to our First Nations’ people for its residential school policy, which effectively suppressed the linguistic, cultural and spiritual practices of their pupils, with the ultimate aim of assimilation. Federal underfunding coupled with harsh discipline, exacerbated by the presence of abusive staff in some schools, also served to demoralize students and compromise their resistance to disease.

by NationTalk on September 23, 20083211 Views

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Mohawk Council of Akwesasne Contributes $1 Million to Cornwall Community Hospital Renovation Project

Seskehko:wa / September 22, 2008

Akwesasne, ONTARIO — The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne (MCA) announced that it has made a substantial contribution to ensure that Akwesasne community members will continue to access and receive quality heath care at the Cornwall Community Hospital. MCA has made a $1 million donation to be dispensed over a five-year period towards the hospital’s recent and ongoing renovations to make it the region’s leading State-of-the-Art medical facility.

by NationTalk on September 23, 20082420 Views

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Rural B.C. Communities get Better Doctor Coverage

NEWS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
2008HSERV0087-001422
Sept. 19, 2008

Ministry of Health Services
B.C. Medical Association

CHASE – More than 60 rural communities in British Columbia are set to benefit from changes to the Province’s rural doctor coverage program, which are made possible by a funding increase of approximately $800,000 on top of the $2.6 million provided annually for this program, announced Health Services Minister George Abbott.

by NationTalk on September 20, 20081077 Views

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Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre Queen’s University’s Good Food Box Host Site

Please note that a survey will is available to be filled out and sent in with your order.

Buy a box of fresh fruits and vegetables for less than the grocery store.

Pay $5, $10 or $15 at the beginning of the month (every 2nd Friday).

Pick up your box the following Thursday

by NationTalk on September 20, 20081099 Views

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Request for Proposal from First Nations and Inuit Health Branch (FNIHB)

General Information
Country: Canada
City/Locality: Canada
Notice/Contract Number: can:151016
Publication Date: May 28, 2008
Deadline: Jul 2, 2008
Buyer: Health Canada First Nation & Inuit Health Branch
Original Language: English

by NationTalk on September 20, 20082626 Views

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