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Legal Name Change Takes Effect- First Nations Health Authority

September 7, 2012

On August 21, 2012 provincial naming bylaws were changed to remove the interim and officially recognize the title of the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA). The change is a legal formality and a key milestone on our collective journey to create the first province-wide First Nations health authority of its kind in the country.

The First Nations Health Society (FNHS) was renamed the interim First Nations Health Authority on January 19, 2012. Further direction was provided by leadership at Gathering Wisdom V on May 15-17th 2012 to transition from the interim First Nations Health Authority to the First Nations Health Authority. The changes are consistent with the Tripartite First Nations Health Plan, The Consensus Paper: British Columbia First Nations Perspectives on a new Health Governance Arrangement, British Columbia Tripartite Framework Agreement on First Nation Health Governance and The Consensus Paper 2012: Navigating the Currents of Change: Transitioning to a New First Nations Health Governance Structure. The FNHA is currently undertaking the historic transfer of programs, services and budgets from First Nations Inuit Health – BC Region into First Nations control.

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