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Health Sciences North Research Institute

Health Sciences North (HSN) is a new approach to delivering the highest quality patient care, research, teaching and learning to our region and beyond. It is a network of integrated facilities and programs working together for the benefit of our patients, communities, physicians, researchers, staff and learners  in the areas of prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care.

HSN offers a variety of programs and services that meet many patient care needs, with leading regional programs in the areas of cardiac care, oncology, nephrology, trauma and rehabilitation.

First Nations University of Canada

FNUniv is a unique Canadian institution that specializes in Indigenous knowledge, providing post-secondary education for Indigenous and non-Indigenous students alike within a culturally supportive environment.


 

File Hill Qu'Appelle Tribal Council

Mission Statement: File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council is committed to being a leader and an advocate for the delivery of quality services for the sustainability, self-suffiency and autonomy of our First Nations membership. The File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council is a non-profit organization that carries out a variety of service delivery programs to its member First Nations. The Tribal Council is comprised of the following eleven First Nations: Carry the Kettle, Little Black Bear, Muscowpetung, Nekaneet, Okanese, Pasqua, Peepeekisis, Piapot, Standing Buffalo, Star Blanket & Wood Mountain.


University of Regina

The U of R works with community stakeholders, government organizations and funding agencies at home and around the world and have partnered with academic institutions globally to provide opportunities to collaborate on teaching, research, and community-development. 

 

Canadian HIV Women's Sexual & Reproductive Health Cohort Study (CHIWOS)

The Mandate for CHIWOS is to assess the barriers to and facilitators of women-specific HIV/AIDS service use and the impact of such patterns of use on sexual, reproductive, mental, and women's health outcomes of women living with HIV across Canada, through excellence in women-specific community-based research.

 

All Nations Hope

The mandate for All Nations Hope is: being a network of Indigenous people, organizations and agencies, we respectfully strive to provide support and services to our First Nations, Metis and Inuit families who are experiencing HIV, AIDS and Hepatitis C. 


 

AGE-WELL

AGE-WELL is a national research and innovation network of industry, non-profit organizations, government, care providers, caregivers, end-users, and academic partners working together to drive innovation and create technologies and services that benefit older adults.


University of Toronto

The University of Toronto's Mission, is committed to being an internationally significant research university, with undergraduate, graduate and professional programs of excellent quality.


 

The University of British Columbia 

The University of British Columbia is a global centre for research and teaching, consistently ranked among the 40 best universities in the world. Since 1915, UBC’s West Coast spirit has embraced innovation and challenged the status quo. Its entrepreneurial perspective encourages students, staff and faculty to challenge convention, lead discovery and explore new ways of learning. At UBC, bold        thinking is given a place to develop into ideas that can change the world.


Northern Ontario School of Medicine Laurentian University 

The Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) is committed to the education of high quality physicians and health professionals, and to international recognition as a leader in distributed, learning-centred, community-engaged education and research. The School has developed and delivers a distinctive model of distributed, community-engaged, and socially accountable, medical education.  In addition, NOSM is the only Canadian medical school to be established as a stand-alone, not-for-profit corporation, with its own Board of Directors and corporate by-laws.   


 

Keepers of the Water

The Keepers of the Water movement was born during the first Keepers of the Water Gathering in Liidlii Kui, Denendeh/Fort Simpson, NWT, held on September 7, 2006. This Gathering was called because the people of the northern Mackenzie River Basin were becoming alarmed with reports of increased turbidity and toxicity, and decreased volume of water in their watershed. What was happening to the water and the ecosystems that relied upon it? Meeting on the shores of the great Deh Cho (Mackenzie River), a gathering of Elders from the north created the Keepers of the Water Declaration: "Water is a sacred gift, an essential element that sustains and connects all life. It is not a commodity to be bought or sold. All people share an obligation to cooperate to ensure that water in all of its forms is protected and conserved with regard to the needs of all living things today and for future generations tomorrow."
- Keepers of the Water Declaration, Sept. 7th, 2006


 

West Moberly First Nations

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Our mission is to positively enhance the progression of West Moberly First Nations ethics with respect, honesty, fairness, integrity, and self motivation by promoting open communication with members, Chief & Council and staff. Using these values as our guide our Nation will build a healthy, strong and better future.