Regional Covid-19 Resources and On Reserve Stats by Region Below:
Black = New Cases, Green = Recovered, Red = Deaths, Blue – Hospitalized, Purple – ISC reported total –  Updated Daily

21 273 96 4,614 4,983
110 703 118 12,201 13,003
45 354 92 12,041 12,539
22 560 104 9,728 10,031
0 146 41 3,282 3,357
0 17 9 980 1,014
3 1 1 62 85
77 124 23 2,882 3,226

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Solving the legacy of indigenous sexual abuse: think globally, act nationally – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Dec 4, 2016  By Kristy Kirkup and Sheryl Ubelacker THE CANADIAN PRESS Fred Kejick Thomas remembers the exact day _ April 14, 2005 _ when he confronted the uncle…

Health Canada names leaders of investigation of switched babies at Norway House Hospital – Thompson Citizen

December 2, 2016 A doctor from Ontario and a former health region CEO from Saskatchewan will lead an independent review into how four babies were switched at birth in two…

Miniature housing a homelessness solution – Prince George Citizen

December 1, 2016 I was very pleased to see the first of the tiny homes for homeless erected by the Nak’azdli Whut’en First Nation. Four such homes were built, but…

Blanket exercise helps Aboriginals heal over time – South Peace News

A process to heal through First Nations teachings was the focus of a blanket exercise Nov. 18 at High Prairie Friendship Centre. About 30 community leaders and workers from the…

First Nations communities cope with lack of emergency response resources – CBC

Dec 02, 2016 Sachigo Lake First Nation among remote Indigenous communities without paramedics, doctor or even X-ray machine When six-year-old Jedediah Barkman from Sachigo Lake First Nation in northwestern Ontario…

New YMCA on First Nation blends exercise with spiritual health – CBC

‘To me it shows that once there is something Indigenous people are comfortable with … we go to it’ A new YMCA on a Cape Breton First Nation is aiming…

Nunavut health workers encourage testing, dialogue on World AIDS Day – CBC

While Nunavut has a relatively low rate of new HIV infections, it has high rates of other STIs Thursday is World AIDS Day, and Nunavut health care workers are taking…

Ontario’s Psychologists Can Help Reduce Wait Lists For Children – Huffington Post Canada

December 1, 2016 Why isn’t Ontario bringing in psychologists to help solve the crisis over long wait times for therapy for children with severe mental health disorders? “This point can…

Trudeau marks World AIDS Day, says fight against HIV is ‘winnable’ – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Dec 1, 2016  OTTAWA _ The federal government has pledged more support for the fight against AIDS, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he’s confident the battle can be…

New home, new outlook – The Chronicle Journal

December 1, 2016 A brand new three-bedroom home for a remote First Nation family, and a new approach to local development and job creation. That was the takeaway this week…

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