COVID-19 and public health responses to the pandemic have the potential to prevent or generate stigma, a socially constructed phenomenon t
Indigenous Health, Northern Health, and the National Collaborating Centre for Indigenous Health (NCCIH), present this short animated video addressing the ongoing issue of stigmatization experienced by Indigenous Peoples in the health care system.
Northern Health, Indigenous Health, is excited to announce that Dr. Roseann Larstone has received a post-doc appointment with the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research (MSFHR). Dr.
In this issue we review Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond’s report released on addressing Indigenous racism. Health and wellness supports and resources for those affected by the report are also available.
Northern Health (NH) and First Nation’s Health Authority (FNHA) are happy to release the 2020/2021 call for Wellness Grant applications for
This report, produced by the Royal Society of Canada, is written as a collection of stories. This collection of stories is meant to offer support an improved understanding of how COVID-19 is impacting the health and wellness of Indigenous Peoples.
In partnership with the Provincial Overdose Emergency Response Centre (OERC), the Community Action Initiative (CAI) is offering funding for rural, remote, and Indigenous overdose initiatives or projects.
The Federal Government announced an additional $204 million dollars in funding aimed at child care, education and infrastructure to help Indigenous communities fight the COVID-19 pandemic.