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On April 30, 1999, Assembly of First Nations Grand Chief Phil Fontaine proclaimed the first Friday in May as “National Aboriginal Diabetes Awareness Day”. Since then, thousands of children, adults and Elders have participated in community walks, gatherings and events that promote the prevention and management of type 2 diabetes.
NADA is pleased to present yet another culturally relevant resource developed the Mentoring Program for Aboriginal youth. To view the resource, please go to the link above.
Urban Poling is thrilled to announce that Urban Poling is making its first real entry into the Quebec market place through the West Island Cardiac Rehab Program! This connection was fundamentally driven through our partnership with the Cardiac Health Foundation. For more information, please click on the link above.
A call for abstracts to this event is now open. Registration begins May 1. Click on the link above for more information.
This is the nation’s largest conference on Physical Activity for First Nations, Métis and Inuit people, created for all of those with an interest in sports, fitness, & traditional activity who may be band council members; health directors, representatives, or health practitioners; counsellors; academics; recreation workers; coaches; fitness instructors; cultural leaders; community members, and all others interested in the promotion of health and wellness through physical activity.