The Municipality of Sioux Lookout has released the following statement dated May 20, 2019
Media Release - The Municipality of Sioux Lookout Declares State of Emergency to Assist with Pikangikum First Nation Evacuation
RFP - Development of a Business Plan for Not-For-Profit Pharmacy
This RFP is to solicit proposals from qualified consultants to develop a business plan for Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority (SLFNHA) to own and operate a not-for-profit pharmacy.
SLFNHA Newsletter - AGM Edition
The Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority's Newsletter - AGM Edition is now available. Click here to view
Hard copies will also be available. Please email SLFNHA-Communications@slfnha.com or call 807-737-1802 to request your copy.
Data Management Conference
The Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority and the Weeneebayko Area Health Authority present:
Data Management Conference for Health Directors
This conference will provide health directors with a broader understanding of the purpose and importance of health data and how to ensure we have access and control over how it is used.
December 4,5,6 2018
33 Gerrald St W, Toronto, Ontario
Notice of reduced accommodations and flight availability during Winter 2018/2019
"Due to circumstances outside of our control the Sioux Lookout NIHB program has historically experienced challenges with the availability of flights and hotel accommodations for our First Nations and Inuit clients traveling for medical reasons to Sioux Lookout, ON during December 2018, February and March 2019.
In order to best serve our clients we ask that routine non-urgent appointments be scheduled outside of the dates of December 17 to Jan 3, 2019, February 8, to 17, 2019 and March 8 to 17, 2019 where possible.
For appointments that can not be rescheduled or those of an urgent or pressing nature, every effort will be made to book travel. Consultation with refering physicians may be required should challenges beyond our control be encountered.
As always, NIHB remains commited to making all travel arrangements a priority as per the needs of the clients. I am confident that through open communication and collaboration we will collectively best serve our NIHB clients during these periods.
Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.
Manager, Program Delivery, NIHB Northern Operations"
Orientation to Community/Family Healing Program
Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority’s Regional Wellness Response Program is accepting applications for its October 19-26 intake of the 6-day Community/Family Healing Program. This program will introduce concepts of healing and wellness for community, family and self through an Indigenous lens. It will deepen self-awareness, promote healthy life skills and provide participants with tools for relationship and parenting skills.
To apply, please fill in the application (click here) and fax to (807)737-6195.
For more information:
Mental Health Promoter
Toll Free: 1(866)337-0081