NAHO News, June 2011
Acualités d'ONSA, juin 2011


NAHO Announces Departure of CEO Dr. Paulette Tremblay

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NAHO Welcomes Acting CEO, Simon Brascoupé

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What's New at NAHO: The NAHO Blog

The NAHO blog is an excellent way to keep informed on issues concerning the health and well-being of First Nations, Inuit and Métis, and an easy way to discover new resources and information.
Below are some links to recent posts:

New Toolkits from the First Nations Centre

Qaigitsi! Health Careers Rock! Searchable Database

Inuit Tuttarvingat recently redesigned its searchable database of health career training programs. Users can look for a wide range of college and university health education programs located in many of the “gateway” communities for Inuit.

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I am Inuk, Watch Me Grow Colouring Book

Due to popular demand, we have reprinted our colouring book with healthy messages in five dialects of the Inuit language and English. The colouring books have been distributed to child care centres in all Inuit communities.

View the colouring book here>>

Métis Centre Newsletter: June 2010

This issue includes the following articles:

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Role Models invited to Reception at Rideau Hall

On June 30, 2011, Two Role Models from the National Aboriginal, Caitlin Tolley and Charlotte Qamaniq, attended a reception at Rideau Hall in honour of Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.