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Tobacco Use in Canada: Patterns and Trends

Posted: August 12th, 2014

NADA would like to share this eye-opening report on Tobacco Use in Canada and its effects on the collective health of Canadian population. Click on Tobacco Use in Canada (6 downloads) to download the report.

Effects of Second Hand Smoke

Posted: August 8th, 2014

NADA would like to share a fact sheet on the effects of second hand smoke developed by the Physicians for Smoke Free Canada. Please view and download Effects of Second Hand Smoke (6 downloads)

Grocery List

Posted: July 25th, 2014

NADA is excited to share a resource developed by the Heart & Stroke Foundation that provides tips in a grocery store in terms of healthier food choices. Please use this list when you go grocery shopping. Download Grocery List (43 downloads) now.

Food Guide Servings of Fruit & Vegetables

Posted: July 18th, 2014

NADA is pleased to share a Health Canada resource on food guide servings of fruit & vegetables. Download this resource by clicking on What is Food Guide Serving for Fruit & Vegetables (38 downloads)

Urban Poling Announces Aboriginal Contest Winner

Posted: June 20th, 2014

Please click on Spirit Pole Press Release (40 downloads) to view and download a complete press release.

National Aboriginal Physical Activity Awareness Week June 21st to June 25th

Posted: June 20th, 2014

or NAPAAW for short. The intent of the week is to promote physical activity within our urban and rural Aboriginal communities through organizing several simple and fun initiatives. APACC would like to support your community or organization to “kick-off” the inaugural National Aboriginal Physical Activity Awareness week. Therefore we have created a toolkit (20 downloads) and some posters (17 downloads) to support you with the 5 day campaign to be physically active across Canada.

The theme for this year’s NAPAAW campaign is: “Show Us Your Active Spirit”. We are hoping to inspire other communities, organizations, groups, teams etc. to have a fun filled 5 days of physical activity and share their stories, photos and/or ideas to help inspire others to join in the week and “Show Us Their Active Spirit”. The attached toolkit will help you start your own 5 days of activity. APACC itself will be participating by having our own kick off and active events throughout the week so feel free to follow along with us as well. Our events and ideas for activity will be posted online on our Facebook group page: our Facebook group page

Please take a look at the toolkit and feel free to distribute with your contacts. We would be happy to discuss this or any other inquires you might have. We can be reached at 604 269 3771 or at aboriginalpacc@gmail.com.

Physical activity is great for the whole family, improves health and is FUN! Lets remind our communities that it doesn’t have to all be running laps and working out. The more people we get physically active the healthier our communities grow to be, so…

“SHOW US YOUR ACTIVE SPIRIT!”

Leonard Mason Memorial Fund Project

Posted: June 6th, 2014

To download the poster and to view more information click on Leonard Mason Memorial Fund Project (27 downloads)

Traditional Cookbook Project

Posted: May 27th, 2014

The Aboriginal Nutrition Network would like to create a collection of traditional Indigenous recipes from across Canada and we’re hoping you can help us! Every recipe that you submit will be a ballot towards a draw for cookbooks, an iPod shuffle and other great nutrition resources. The recipe does not have to be original, but you need to tell us where you got it.

Please download and share Poster & Submission Form (33 downloads)

World No Tobacco Day on May 31

Posted: May 22nd, 2014

Click on World No Tobacco Day Poster (26 downloads)

HEY Program

Posted: May 9th, 2014

This project respects the diversity of languages, traditions, protocols and ceremonies in Saskatchewan and Manitoba First Nations. Communities are encouraged to utilize local Elders for protocols and historical information, including health.The curriculum is designed to be useable by all First Nations, but with the flexibility to provide for local cultural content. Teachings of culture and traditions will vary in First Nations, and no teaching is wrong.

For more information download HEY Program Brochure (42 downloads) and HEY Emporewent for You (30 downloads)