NAHO News, October 2010
Acualités d'ONSA, octobre 2010

 

NAHO CEO Dr. Paulette C. Tremblay, named 2010 Champion of Mental Health

As part of Mental Awareness Week, the National Aboriginal Health Organization (NAHO) is proud to announce that CEO, Dr. Paulette C. Tremblay was recognized as the 2010 Champion of Mental Health for the Aboriginal Category at the Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health awards ceremony dinner held at the Chateau Laurier Hotel on Monday night in Ottawa, ON.

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Speaker Series: Exploring HPV in First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities

This Speaker Series will focus on research and findings related to the Burden of HPV Disease in Nunavut and HPV infections among Manitobans and Manitoba First Nations.

Thursday October 28, 2010 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m
220 Laurier Avenue West, Ste. 1400, Ottawa, ON

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New publications from the First Nations Centre

Cervical Cancer in First Nations Women >>

Community Research for Change e-Workbook >>


New Publications from Inuit Tuttarvingat:

Working With Inuit: Selected Resources to Help You Learn About Inuit Culture and Way of Life

Youth Relevant Resource Materials from Inuit Tuttarvingat of NAHO

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Metis Centre Social Media

The Métis Centre of the National Aboriginal Health Organization would like to welcome you to the ISPAYIN- Métis Youth Express Yourself! blog.

Our goal is to offer a space for Métis youth to access and share information. We want to explore and celebrate contemporary Métis youth identity and diversity! Stay tuned for our blog topics and new information!

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You can win a Flipvideo Camera! Enter the Honouring Life Network Contest and "Show us how YOU honour life!!!"

How do YOU Honour Life?

We are nearing the end of the How do YOU Honour Life suicide prevention and awareness contest and the HLN wants to hear from YOU for more awesome entries in any of three categories:

1. Multimedia: this includes videos, songs, blogs etc.
2. Written: stories, poems, statements etc.
3. Visual: paintings, photos, sculptures etc.

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Nominate Your Role Model Today and win an iPod!

Is there an Aboriginal youth that you look up to because they’re a leader, a volunteer, preserves their culture, or excels in school or in sports? 

Nominate them as a National Aboriginal Roled Model today.

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