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Nominees for the 2023 National First Nations Water Leadership Award

| Indigenous Services Canada | backgrounders

The nominees for the 2023 National First Nations Water Leadership Award come from across Canada and represent First Nations individuals, organizations and communities who are innovative, inspirational, knowledgeable and collaborative with others.


Statement by Ministers Hajdu, Holland, and Anandasangaree on the third anniversary of the death of Joyce Echaquan

| Indigenous Services Canada | statements

Joyce’s Principle was created in response to Joyce Echaquan’s death, and aims to ensure that all Indigenous Peoples have the right to equitable access, without discrimination, to all health and social services. To this end, the Government of Canada has announced a bilateral agreement with the provinces and territories for a new $2-billion Indigenous Health Equity Fund that will be distributed equitably across the country. We are also jointly developing Indigenous legislation to ensure the safety and well-being of Indigenous Peoples within Canada’s health systems.


New recovery centre opens in Kuujjuaq

| Indigenous Services Canada | media advisories

Please be advised that the Honourable Patty Hajdu, Minister of Indigenous Services; Ian Lafrenière, Quebec’s Minister responsible for relations with First Nations and Inuit; Dave Forrest, President of the Isuarsivik Regional Recovery Centre; as well as several regional dignitaries and partners, will be taking part in the grand opening of the Isuarsivik Regional Recovery Centre in Kuujjuaq.


Saulteaux Pelly Agency Health Alliance, Saskatchewan, and ISC celebrate beginning of construction on historic multi-purpose health facility

| Indigenous Services Canada | news releases

The Saulteaux Pelly Agency Health Alliance (SPAHA) broke ground today on a new multi-purpose health care facility on the Keeseekoose First Nation. The SPAHA facility will provide a full suite of services, including public health programming, palliative care, long-term care and mental health services, as well as host the Keeseekoose First Nation Community Health Centre, all for the communities of Cote First Nation, Keeseekoose First Nation, and The Key First Nation.


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