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Cancer care survey for Indigenous people in Labrador

October 2016, 2:00 Do you identify as First Nations, Inuit or Métis? Have you, or someone you love, been diagnosed with cancer? If so, the Cancer Care program of Eastern Health wants to hear from you! Please take 5-10 minutes to complete a survey about your (or your loved one’s) cancer journey. Your answers will […]

by ahnationtalk on October 31, 2016209 Views

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NCC: Salmon, char and patridgeberries available in Community Freezer!

28 October 2016 Salmon, char and partridgeberries now available for Seniors (60+) and persons with disabilities in our community freezer. If you are interested in receiving either of these items at our Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Cartwright or Port Hope Simpson offices, please contact Donna Carroll at 709-896-0592 ext. 232 or dcarroll@nunatukavut.ca. Pick-up times Monday to […]

by ahnationtalk on October 31, 2016173 Views

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NS Opioid Deaths – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Oct 28, 2016  HALIFAX – Nova Scotia’s chief medical officer of health will give an update on the province’s response to opioid drug abuse and overdoses today. Dr. Robert Strang says he will discuss progress that came out of a meeting of a leadership committee that is developing a strategy […]

by ahnationtalk on October 28, 2016195 Views

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Provincial Government Provides Details of Harvard Professor’s Role in Forthcoming Methylmercury Study

October 20, 2016 The Provincial Government is clarifying the role of Harvard Professor Dr. Elsie Sunderland in a new methylmercury study announced yesterday as part of a series of enhanced measures regarding Muskrat Falls. The clarification is in response to recent statements from Harvard University officials. “The Department of Environment and Climate Change has been […]

by pmnationtalk on October 21, 2016181 Views

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Health promotion is shared responsibility, attendees learn

October 18, 2016 Health and Wellness Islanders at a learning event this morning heard how organizations, the community, and individuals must all work together to promote good health.Hosted by the Chief Public Health Office of the Department of Health and Wellness, “Your Work Matters in the Global Village” brought together more than 100 Islanders who […]

by pmnationtalk on October 19, 2016199 Views

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United Cannabis Corporation Signs Memo Of Understanding With The Megan Strong Foundation of the Maliseet Nation at Tobique New Brunswick

Companies Will Establish The Megan Strong Foundation Natural Healing Centre, ACT Now Program, and Research Lab DENVER, CO / October 12, 2016 / United Cannabis Corporation (OTCQB: CNAB) (the “Company” or “United Cannabis”) today announced that it has signed a Memo Of Understanding (the “Memo”) with the Megan Strong Foundation (the “Foundation”), regarding a number […]

by ahnationtalk on October 12, 2016152 Views

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Drilling to start next week for Potlotek First Nation wells – CBC

Oct 05, 2016 Current supply is ‘unacceptable for anybody to drink,’ says Coun. Sandra Johnson Drilling is expected to begin next week for new wells in Potlotek First Nation, which is struggling with dirty, foul-smelling water and a failing water system. Earlier this week Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada promised a new multimillion-dollar water system. […]

by ahnationtalk on October 6, 2016173 Views

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New Brunswick dentists urge city of Moncton to restart use of fluoride – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 5, 2016 By Kevin Bissett THE CANADIAN PRESS MONCTON, N.B. _ Restoring fluoride to drinking water is a no-brainer, say dentists in one New Brunswick city, citing a dramatic increase in tooth decay since fluoride use ended there in 2011. Suzanne Drapeau-McNally of Moncton says she has seen the startling change among […]

by ahnationtalk on October 5, 2016157 Views

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Federal government promises new water facility for Potlotek First Nation – CTV

October 5, 2016 After years of waiting and debating the water crisis on Potlotek First Nation in Cape Breton, residents finally had their say with government officials. Community members and the band council in Potlotek met with officials from Northern Affairs and Health Canada Tuesday to discuss the long-standing problem and possible interim solutions. Despite […]

by pmnationtalk on October 5, 2016183 Views

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Ottawa promises to build new treatment plant for reserve plagued by brown water – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Oct 4, 2016 ST. PETERS, N.S. _ The federal government is promising to build a new treatment plant at a First Nation in Cape Breton, where residents say their tap water is brown, thick and often smells. Valerie Hache, a spokeswoman with Indian and Northern Affairs, said in an email that design work […]

by ahnationtalk on October 4, 2016210 Views

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