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NADA Program and Services Evaluation Report

Posted: May 19th, 2015

NADA is pleased to share the recent NADA evaluation results. Please download the report by clicking on
NADA Program and Services Evaluation Report (11 downloads) .

Seeds of Native Health – A Campaing for Indigenous Nutrition

Posted: May 8th, 2015

First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) is now accepting proposals for its “Seeds of Native Health” grant program under its Native Agriculture and Food Systems Initiative (NAFSI). The purpose of the Seeds of Native Health campaign is to support Native tribes and organizations working to eliminate food insecurity, promote access to fresh and healthy foods, and provide increased access to nutritional programs aimed at improving the overall nutrition and health of Native people and communities.

For more information go to First Nations Development Institute Website

Dollars & Sense Report

Posted: May 1st, 2015

The Dollars & Sense: Opportunities to Strengthen Southern Ontario’s Food System study identifies ways Ontario can make changes to its food system to increase the supply of local food, create jobs, and support healthier lifestyles.

For more information, go to this website website.

NADA Website is Improved

Posted: April 30th, 2015

NADA is pleased that we added new navigational functionality to our website. Please download this poster NADA Website Annoucement (111 downloads) .

IMD Bi-annual Report

Posted: April 28th, 2015

The following is a detailed report of NADA resource downloads on iMD system IMD Bi-annual Report (27 downloads) .

Mentoring Programs for Aboriginal Youth

Posted: April 17th, 2015

This document outlines exploration and comparison of mentoring concepts from both mainstream and Aboriginal perspectives. Please go to this website to view the resource.

Share Our Play Toolkit

Posted: March 20th, 2015

NADA is pleased to share this toolkit developed by by Recreation Nova Scotia with funding from the Public Health Agency of Canada and Nova Scotia Health and Wellness. The Share Our Play Tool Kit provides a collection of traditional aboriginal games, activities, crafts, art projects, recipes and other information to help support frontline sport and recreation leaders in their work with children. The goal of the Tool Kit is to provide leaders and coaches with program ideas that introduce or reconnect children to recreational activities that reflect the rich cultural heritage of our Nova Scotia First Nation communities.

To download the toolkit please click on Share Our Play Toolkit (77 downloads)

Healthy Eating Poster

Posted: March 9th, 2015

NADA is pleased to share this Healthy Eating Poster created by the Six Nations Health Services. To view or download the poster please click on Healthy Eating Poster (117 downloads)

February 2015 NADA Newsletter

Posted: March 6th, 2015

We are pleased to announce that the February 2015 newsletter is now available on the NADA website at NADA newsletters.

Diabetes Prevention

Posted: February 18th, 2015

NADA is pleased to share this resource developed by the Six Nations Health Services. You can download the resource by clicking on Diabetes Prevention (122 downloads) .