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Qauma Mobile Treatment Project Coming To Iqaluit January 11 To January 29, 2010

January 13, 2010

Nunavut Tunngavik Inc.’s Qauma Mobile Treatment Project is funded by the Aboriginal Healing Foundation. The Project was launched by NTI in 2003 to help former residential school students deal with the long lasting effects of their experiences.

by NationTalk on January 14, 20101083 Views

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What Are The Issues Facing Medicine? CMA Seeking Member Help To Set Annual Meeting Agenda

The CMA wants to hear from its 72,000-plus members about the issues they think should be debated during the association’s 143rd annual meeting in Niagara Falls, Ont., this August.

Meeting organizers have posted a member survey that offers a list of 12 potential topics for debate during the three-day meeting. Physicians have until noon on Jan. 18 to provide their first three choices.

by NationTalk on January 13, 20101200 Views

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First Call: BC Child and Youth Advocacy Coalition – Twenty Years Later – A Second Look

JANUARY 11, 2010 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

This is the first in a series of monthly reports by First Call: BC Child and Youth Advocacy Coalition on child poverty in British Columbia. The series is a continuing call to the BC government to start getting serious about fighting child and family poverty.

by NationTalk on January 12, 20101330 Views

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Community Groups Invited To Apply For 2010 OACP Substance Abuse Grants

For Immediate Release: January 12, 2010

(Toronto, ON) – The Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police is pleased to announce that applications by community groups in Ontario are being accepted for the 2010 OACP Substance Abuse Grants Program.

by NationTalk on January 12, 20101402 Views

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Canadian Paediatric Society releases report card on Canadian Public Policy and child and youth health

Canadian Paediatric Society releases report card on Canadian Public Policy and child and youth health including a report card on the implementation of Jordan’s Principle by provincial and territorial governments

>> Download Are We Doing Enough? A status report on Canadian public policy and child and youth health

by NationTalk on January 11, 20101239 Views

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First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada (FNCFCS) Breaking News

January 10, 2010

In a letter on January 8, 2010, Chair Shirish Chotalia (who was newly appointed by the Conservative Government on November 2, 2009) vacated all tribunal hearing dates for January and February 2010 and has apparently decided to hear Canada’s motion to dismiss the tribunal.

by NationTalk on January 11, 20101249 Views

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Challenging Students To Make Their Schools Healthier

McGuinty Government Promotes Healthy, Active Living For Students

Ontario students are being challenged to take part in the Healthy Schools Recognition Program and make their schools healthier.

by NationTalk on January 7, 20101004 Views

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Youth Addictions Day Treatment Program Officially Underway

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January 6, 2010
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The Provincial Youth Addictions Day Treatment Program is now operating, says Premier Robert Ghiz and Minister of Health Doug Currie.

by NationTalk on January 7, 20101119 Views

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The FSIN Is Calling For A Health Advocacy Office To Investigate Health Care Complaints

(Saskatoon, SK) FSIN Vice Chief E. Dutch Lerat is saddened by the recent report of the death of a 5-month old baby boy and extends condolences on behalf of the Federation to the child’s mother and family. Vice Chief Lerat says for the most part Saskatchewan’s Health care system provides adequate service but there are some instances where First Nations people fall between the cracks and denied the proper care they need.

by NationTalk on January 5, 20101274 Views

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