The Chiefs of Ontario are accepting applications for a Health Policy Analyst. Under the supervision of the COO Health Director, the Health Policy Analyst will assist in planning and coordination of initiatives and activities aimed at improving the Health environment for First Nation in Ontario. This position requires focus on NIHB Policy and Jordan’s Principal Initiative.
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Duration: September 1, 2018 ‒ March 31, 2019
Deadline to apply: Friday, August 3 at 5 PM
Submit letter of application, a resume and include two (2) references marked confidential to:
Ashley Nardella, Human Resources
Chiefs of Ontario
468 Queen St. E, Suite 400, Toronto, ON M5A 1T7
Or by email: email@example.com
Come join the Community Health Program in celebrating World Breastfeeding Week 2018 with a Breastfeeding Awareness Walk!
The A’nowarako:wa Arena will be host to the annual Founders’ Cup. The tournament is set to start officially on August 13 and finish with the championship round to take place on August 18. There are 8 teams total competing for the Founders Cup including Akwesasne’s Medicine Men.
The Seven Dancers Coalition is welcoming all Akwesasronon to attend a youth gathering and social to practice traditional teachings and instill traditional roles and responsibilities back into our youth. There will be transportation for those 14-17 years of age. Parents are welcome to drive to the gathering and social.
All are welcome to attend!
Registration is now open for the First Nations Youth Conference hosted by the Saugeen Ojibway Nations (SON) and their partners the SON Environmental Office.
This conference will take place on August 19-24 with accommodations being held at the Blue Water Outdoor Education Center (BWOEC). Travel will be arranged by the conference organizers.
Deadline to apply: Friday, August 3
Applicants must be between the ages of 18-29 and be from an Independent First Nation community. There will four (4) seats per community selected to delegate at the IFN Youth Conference.
All completed registration forms can also be sent to the above-mentioned email address (PREFERRED) or by fax to 905-765-2224 or by mail to:
Subject: 5th IFN Youth Conference
Attention: Sasha Maracle
50 Generations Drive Box #8
The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne’s Housing Department would like to inform the community of a schedule change to their satellite office locations for August 2018.
Due to the scheduled staff activity day, the date for Kawehno:ke has been moved to Friday, August 10 from 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM.
Please see updated satellite office schedule below:
CIA #3 (Small meeting room past OVS office)
August 10 | 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM
July 23 | 9 AM – 12 PM noon
August 27 | 9 AM – 12 PM noon
A Housing Dept. representative will be available to accept payments (exact change only) — applications will also be available. The yearly lease renewals for rental units and the rent-to-own program will be available on Kawehno:ke during the satellite office hours for tenants to come in and sign. A copy will be made for the tenants to keep for their records.
If you have any questions, please contact Teena Thompson at 613-575-2250 ext. 2304 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Friends of Tsiionkwanonhso:te would like to thank all those involved in making their recent fundraiser such a success! Nearly $4,000 was raised to help purchase indoor and outdoor furniture for residents and visitors to enjoy!
The Tom Longboat Awards were established in 1951 to recognize Aboriginal athletes for their outstanding contributions to sport in Canada. With a few exceptions, the Awards have been given out every year since its inauguration. It remains the longest standing and one of the most prestigious awards for the Aboriginal athletes in the country.
As a program of the Aboriginal Sport Circle, the Tom Longboat Awards provide a forum for acknowledging the growth and strength of the Aboriginal sport movement in Canada and its tremendous impact on the sport development from community level participation to elite level competition. The Awards include a male and female category.
For the 2018 program year, all nomination packages will be forwarded directly to the Aboriginal Sport Circle, where a National Selection Working Group will determine the national recipients for the male and female category. The two national recipients will be presented their Awards at the Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on October 18, 2018 in Toronto, Ontario.
The two national recipients will receive the following:
(1) All expenses paid round trip to Toronto with a family member to accept the national award.
(2) A custom-made Tom Longboat Award.
(3) A $1500 bursary to support personal athlete development.
The Awards honour the accomplishments of an athlete within a given program year (September 1st to August 31st). Applicants must meet the following criteria to be eligible as nominees:
▪ Applicants must be of Aboriginal descent (inclusive of First Nations, Inuit, and Metis).
▪ Applicants must be active within the year of nomination.
▪ Applicants must demonstrate sportsmanship, fair play and ethics in sport.
▪ Applicants must complete a nomination package and submit it on or before the application deadline of September 7th at 11:59 E.S.T. (Ottawa).
The MCA Community Health Program would like to honor all of our breastfeeding mothers in the community!