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NADA encourages your participation in making National Aboriginal Diabetes Awareness Day a successful one in your community by participating or organizing an event that promotes a healthier lifestyle. Click on the link above to view the poster.
NADA would like to share a new resource, developed by Vancouver Island Health Authority, on nutrition that includes instructions on how to read labels.
Duration 3 months beginning April 1, 2014 to June 30, 2014. Registration fee required $30.00. Minimum Sponsorship required: $100.00. The registration fee includes an introductory session plus 30 minutes follow up 2 weeks after with a dietician end of April, 2014 to be scheduled by appointment only. (exact date to be announced).
All proceeds go to the Island Lake Diabetes Camp
Since 2010, Right To Play has partnered with First Nations and urban Aboriginal organizations across Ontario and Manitoba to deliver the PLAY Program. The PLAY program is focused on limiting the challenges and building on the strengths of Aboriginal youth and their communities, while supporting the value of culture and identity. In keeping with holistic models of community wellness, the PLAY Program strives to create positive change through the guidance of the holistic wheel and its teachings.
APACC is planning our 4th annual Spring Run Hosted by APACC (formally Aboriginal 5 km competitive race and community run/walk) event on April 13th, 2014 in Vancouver, BC. For more information, click on the link above.