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Media Advisory: Minister Miller and Indigenous Services Canada officials to hold a news conference on coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

From: Indigenous Services Canada Ottawa, Ontario — Please be advised that the Honourable Marc Miller, Minister of Indigenous Services, Valerie Gideon, Associate Deputy Minister of Indigenous Services Canada, and Dr. Tom Wong, Chief Medical Officer of Public Health, will hold a news conference to provide an update on coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Date:  June 16, 2021 […]

by ahnationtalk on June 15, 20213 Views

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Years after release of TRC report, most Canadians want accelerated action to remedy damage done by residential school system, says poll

Years after release of TRC report, most Canadians want accelerated action to remedy damage done by residential school system, says poll A poll conducted by the Canadian Race Relations Foundation, the Assembly of First Nations and Abacus Data shows that the majority of Canadians believe governments are not doing enough to teach students about the […]

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People with stroke, heart conditions want virtual care to continue post-pandemic

Use of technology holds promise but more to do to ensure equitable access Jun 15, 2021 Virtual healthcare has potential to reduce the burden on the healthcare system and provide benefits to patients and caregivers long after COVID-19 related public health measures roll back. Heart & Stroke spoke with experts, reviewed current evidence, surveyed people […]

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There’s a lot of anxiety rising. Everybody’s getting scared’: Kashechewan flooded by third wave of COVID-19 – CBC

Jun 15, 2021 Federal government dispatching nurses and military to help beleaguered local workers COVID-19 is bringing the James Bay community of Kashechewan to the breaking point. There are 216 active cases as of Tuesday morning, and most of them are children. About half a dozen are so sick they were airlifted to a hospital […]

by ahnationtalk on June 15, 20212 Views

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Six New Positive Covid-19 Cases and Twenty-Seven Resolved Confirmed in James & Hudson Bay

To our community members: We can confirm that there are six new COVID-19 cases and twenty-seven resolved in our region. WAHA has received authorization from the leadership of Kashechewan First Nation, and Moose Factory First Nation, to state that these new cases are in their respective communities. WAHA is working with Porcupine Health Unit and […]

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COVID-19: What you need to know for June 14 – TVO

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province Per today’s government report, there are 447 new cases in Ontario, for a total of total of 540,130 since the pandemic began; 384 people are in hospital, 409 of them in intensive care, and 268 on ventilators. To date, 8,961 people have died. According to data from […]

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Statement by Minister Miller on the COVID-19 outbreak at Kashechewan First Nation

From: Indigenous Services Canada OTTAWA, ONTARIO  – Today, the Honourable Marc Miller, Minister of Indigenous Services, issued the following statement regarding the COVID-19 outbreak in Kashechewan First Nation: “The health and safety of Kashechewan residents remains our top priority. Our government is working closely with the leadership of Kashechewan First Nation, and other partners, including […]

by ahnationtalk on June 14, 20211 Views

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SOAHAC celebrates all members of LGBTQIA2S+ /2SLGBTQQIA communities on Turtle Island.

We know that there is so much more to be done to eliminate transphobia, homophobia, racism and sexism, and promote a just, equal and reconciled society. As an organization focused passionately on high quality, wholistic health and wellness services that blend traditional Indigenous and western health practices, we are committed to the rights of our […]

by ahnationtalk on June 11, 20218 Views

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MNO Citizen to “Shine” at Virtual Indigenous Music Festival

June 11, 2021 For nearly all her life, MNO Citizen Leah Belle has been a performer. Her passion for singing and song-writing began early, and she was taking vocal lessons and performing at school recitals at the age of six. Today Leah continues performing and creating music. Her talents have earned her national recognition, including […]

by ahnationtalk on June 11, 20216 Views

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COVID-19: What you need to know for June 11 – TVO

Jun 11, 2021 The latest coronavirus updates from across the province Per today’s government report, there are 574 new cases in Ontario, for a total of total of 538,651 since the pandemic began; 489 people are in hospital, 440 of them in intensive care, and 292 on ventilators. To date, 8,935 people have died. According […]

by ahnationtalk on June 11, 202125 Views

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