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Community/Family Healing Program

Sioux Lookout, Ontario

Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority would like to announce it's Aboriginal Healing and Wellness Strategy department is offering two intakes for a 6-day Community/Family Healing Program. This program will introduce concepts of healing and wellness for community, family and self through an Indigenous worldview. It will deepen self-awareness, promote healthy life skills and provide participants with tools for relationship and parenting skills. Participants will also learn life skills to help you manage in today's world and learn how to move beyond past hurts. Please see links below for more information.

Intake One: August 11-18, 2017

Intake Two: August 18-25, 2017

To apply, please fill in the application below and fax to (807)737-6195. For more information, please contact:

Lyn-marie Manitowabi, Program Manager AHWS at SLFNHA, 1-866-337-0081 or (807) 737-5640

Application Form

2017 SLFNHA AGM

Lac Seul First Nation

The Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority will be holding this year's Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Lac Seul First Nation, for it's area Chiefs. The 3 day meeting will take place:

Tuesday September 12, 2017 to Thursday September 14, 2017

At the Lac Seul Events Centre

The Registration Form is to be completed by the Chief, or his/her delegated Proxy. A Proxy Letter (Sample here) must be sent in with registration if a delegate is attending on behalf of the Chief.

Please return completed Registration forms to an email below or by faxing to 807-737-1076.

If you have any questions or require more information concerning this year's SLFNHA Chiefs AGM, please contact:

Nancy Greaves, Assistant to the CAO by email at Executive.AssistantCAO(at)slfnha.com or by phone at 807-737-6168

or

Delaine Fiddler, Communications Officer by email at SLFNHA-Communications(at)slfnha.com or by phone at 807-737-6520

World Hepatitis Day 2017

In support of World Hepatitis Day. the Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority's Approaches to Community Wellbeing will be hosting a health fair to increase knowledge about Addictions, Harm Reduction, Hepatitis C & TB. Everyone is welcome! See Poster

Mamow Nigamoowag: Reconciliation through Art

March 24, 2017 at 7:00 pm
At Queen Elizabeth District High School

You are invited to a public launch of the new release of QEOHS Students Music Video, filmed and produced by N'we Jinan. The video, featuring 12 youth from 10 different communities, was one of four parts of a youth project funded by Canada Council of the Arts that focuses on reconciling youth through art. This song, written and recorded by the students themselves, illustrates the emotions the students previously explored on reconciliation.
The Launch Party will also feature special live performances by QEDHS Music Students, who worked alongside Nick Sherman to write anti perform brand new songs on Reconciliation.
Come check out the art work, photos, and behind-the-scenes clips that will contributed to this exciting project for youth! See poster here for full details