NAHO News, November 2008

New NAHO Resources

Regional workshop on First Nations environmental health issues in Ontario
Proceedings Report of Contaminants and Environmental Health: A Discussion Group for First Nations in Ontario
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National Aboriginal Health Organization congratulates new Health Minister
NAHO recognizes the accomplishments of The Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, newly appointed federal Minister of Health.
News Release>> | Communiqués de presse >>

Métis Centre Cookbook and Guide to Healthy Living
Try something new, Sukrii pi Seur Nariyaanl Plakootii, otherwise known as Sweet and Sour Moose Ribs
Download Recipe >> | Télécharger recette>>

Ajunnginiq Centre changes its name to Inuit Tuttarvingat
The new name reflects the fact that the Inuit Tuttarvingat focuses specifically on Inuit health and wellness within the National Aboriginal Health Organization (NAHO).
News Release >> | Inuktitut version >>

November is Diabetes Awareness Month
Diabetes is now considered a pandemic among Aboriginal Peoples and it is important to recognize the warning signs.
Resources >>

Speaker Series
The Lubicon Lake Nation: Indigenous Knowledge and Power:
Dr. Dawn Martin-Hill, cultural anthropologist and Academic Director of the Indigenous Studies Program at McMaster University.
October 24, 2008, 10-noon.

Invite a role model to make a presentation!
Submit a request today! >>
Soumettre une demande aujourd'hui! >>