COVID-19 Update: March 23, 2020 Public health officials advise the number of lab-confirmed positive and presumptive positive cases in Manitoba is 20 at this time.

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CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) Statement on Precaution and Prevention Measures from the Island Lake First Nation Chiefs

This is a statement to keep our membership informed and to help our communities deal with the onset of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in our region. Message in Oji-Cree Kuhkinuh Ahkoohzewin Oonji…

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Subject: Test ALL Symptomatic International Travelers for COVID-19

Information and resources are being regularly updated at the links below. Please review the attached memo and share as appropriate with leadership, sites, staff and physicians.  https://www.gov.mb.ca/health/coronavirus/ https://sharedhealthmb.ca/health-providers/coronavirus-resources/ ACTION –…

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Aerial view of Island Lake with Wasagamack First Nation in rear. - JOE.BRYKSA@FREEPRESS.MB.CA

The Worst Of The Bargain

Island Lake residents still waiting for so-called treaty benefits By: Helen Fallding Posted: 11/6/2010 1:00 AM | JOE.BRYKSA@FREEPRESS.MB.CA Sam Wood takes a drink from Kalicahoolie Lake, north of Wasagamack. This is traditional…

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The challenge of bringing health care services to remote First Nations communities

SHARAZ KHANSPECIAL TO THE GLOBE AND MAILPUBLISHED AUGUST 11, 2015UPDATED MAY 15, 2018The Challenge When Laurie Ducharme took over as director of operations at the Four Arrows Regional Health Authority in 2005, she…

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