Inuit Tuttarvingat believes the Inuit Tobacco-free Network is an ideal way to:

  • Provide Inuit health workers and their colleagues with up-to-date resources and the latest research on tobacco use reduction
  • Connect health workers in remote communities to others working in other Inuit regions
  • Inform health workers in Inuit communities of upcoming gatherings, training, and events related to their field
  • Encourage Inuit health workers and their colleagues to share their stories and experiences with others

The Inuit Tobacco-free Network also provides a listserv for information sharing.

The Inuit Tobacco-free Network aims to keep Inuit health workers and their colleagues up-to-date on tobacco reduction resources, research and events. Check here regularly to find out what's new.


New events:

Changing the Culture of Smoking
a community-based participatory research (CBPR) project

No Tobacco Week Challenge results, Ulukhaktok & Aklavik 11 January 2012 >>

This Month's Feature:

Congratulations to Two New Residents in Nain Who Chose To Be Smoke Free

The winners of “The Smoking Challenge”: Liz Pijogge and Johnny Ikkusek

New Resources:

          Inuit Specific | Inuktitut

          Adapted with permission from the Canadian        

          Centre For Tobacco Control, 2010


           See direct links in Videos

           Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada



Last Update: November 03 2012

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