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The nutritional habits of Métis children and youth in Canada: A preliminary examination - This fact sheet utilized data from the 2006 APS to provide a snapshot of the nutritional habits of Métis children and youth as reported by their parent or caregivers.

The nutritional habits of Métis children and youth in Canada: A preliminary examination - This fact sheet utilized data from the 2006 APS to provide a snapshot of the nutritional habits of Métis children and youth as reported by their parent or caregivers.

Nutrition Fact Sheet - This fact sheet outlines the impacts of the shift from a traditional diet, consisting of a wide variety of highly nutritious foods harvested and gathered from the land and water, to a non-traditional diet based on commercially processed and packaged foods that are low in nutritional value.

Nutrition Fact Sheet - This fact sheet outlines the impacts of the shift from a traditional diet, consisting of a wide variety of highly nutritious foods harvested and gathered from the land and water, to a non-traditional diet based on commercially processed and packaged foods that are low in nutritional value.

Santé et hygiène bucco-dentaire - Une bonne hygiène bucco-dentaire est essentielle à la bonne santé et au bien-être globaux. Comme il est expliqué dans cette fiche d'information, le brossage des dents et l'utilisation de la soie dentaire chaque jour représentent une part importante d'une bonne hygiène bucco-dentaire et, combinées à des nettoyages réguliers effectués par un dentiste, ces habitudes peuvent prévenir les maladies des gencives.

Santé et hygiène bucco-dentaire - Une bonne hygiène bucco-dentaire est essentielle à la bonne santé et au bien-être globaux. Comme il est expliqué dans cette fiche d'information, le brossage des dents et l'utilisation de la soie dentaire chaque jour représentent une part importante d'une bonne hygiène bucco-dentaire et, combinées à des nettoyages réguliers effectués par un dentiste, ces habitudes peuvent prévenir les maladies des gencives.

La carie de la petite enfance - La petite enfance est une période importante de la vie pour adopter de saines habitudes d'hygiène bucco-dentaire. Cette fiche d'information mentionne le taux élevé de carie chez les jeunes enfants des communautés autochtones.

La carie de la petite enfance - La petite enfance est une période importante de la vie pour adopter de saines habitudes d'hygiène bucco-dentaire. Cette fiche d'information mentionne le taux élevé de carie chez les jeunes enfants des communautés autochtones.

Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (IQ): The role of Indigenous knowledge in supporting wellness in Inuit communities in Nunavut - IQ is the term used to describe Inuit epistemology. The term translates directly as “that which Inuit have always known to be true.” This fact sheet explores the relevance of Inuit traditional knowledge for health and well-being in Inuit communities, and the potential for IQ to be used as a foundation for health and wellness policy and programs.

Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (IQ): The role of Indigenous knowledge in supporting wellness in Inuit communities in Nunavut - IQ is the term used to describe Inuit epistemology. The term translates directly as “that which Inuit have always known to be true.” This fact sheet explores the relevance of Inuit traditional knowledge for health and well-being in Inuit communities, and the potential for IQ to be used as a foundation for health and wellness policy and programs.

Child welfare services in Canada: Aboriginal and mainstream - Aboriginal peoples began forming their own child welfare agencies in the 1970s, and the movement towards self-determination continues. However, numerous challenges remain. This fact sheet provides an overview of the various child welfare models serving Aboriginal children and the ways in which Aboriginal peoples have been able to gain some control over child welfare law and policy.

Child welfare services in Canada: Aboriginal and mainstream - Aboriginal peoples began forming their own child welfare agencies in the 1970s, and the movement towards self-determination continues. However, numerous challenges remain. This fact sheet provides an overview of the various child welfare models serving Aboriginal children and the ways in which Aboriginal peoples have been able to gain some control over child welfare law and policy.

Physical Activity Fact Sheet - This fact sheet identifies daily activities such as hunting, fishing, food gathering and preparation, games, and competitions as part of traditional lifestyles that maintained physical strength, fitness, and health throughout all life stages. It includes several suggestions for increasing physical activity for both children and adults, and provides links to organizations that support active living.

Physical Activity Fact Sheet - This fact sheet identifies daily activities such as hunting, fishing, food gathering and preparation, games, and competitions as part of traditional lifestyles that maintained physical strength, fitness, and health throughout all life stages. It includes several suggestions for increasing physical activity for both children and adults, and provides links to organizations that support active living.

Improving First Nations Children's Health with Social Justice Education for all Children - This fact sheet examines social justice education and its potential for improving First Nations children's health. It provides an overview of social justice education, the role of educators and schools in providing a socially conscious education, and examples of social justice initiatives led by children.

Improving First Nations Children's Health with Social Justice Education for all Children - This fact sheet examines social justice education and its potential for improving First Nations children's health. It provides an overview of social justice education, the role of educators and schools in providing a socially conscious education, and examples of social justice initiatives led by children.

Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (IQ) : le rôle du savoir autochtone pour favoriser le bien-être des communautés inuites du Nunavut - L'IQ est le terme utilisé pour décrire l'épistémologie inuite, soit le savoir autochtone des Inuits. Cette fiche d'information examine la pertinence des connaissances traditionnelles des Inuits pour la santé et le bien-être dans les collectivités inuites, et le potentiel d'utilisation de l'IQ comme fondement de la santé et de la politique et des programmes de…

Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (IQ) : le rôle du savoir autochtone pour favoriser le bien-être des communautés inuites du Nunavut - L'IQ est le terme utilisé pour décrire l'épistémologie inuite, soit le savoir autochtone des Inuits. Cette fiche d'information examine la pertinence des connaissances traditionnelles des Inuits pour la santé et le bien-être dans les collectivités inuites, et le potentiel d'utilisation de l'IQ comme fondement de la santé et de la politique et des programmes de…

Fiche d'information sur la nutrition - La fiche d'information décrit les effets du passage d'une alimentation traditionnelle, composée d'une grande variété d'aliments hautement nutritifs, cueillis et récoltés sur leur territoire ou dans les cours d'eau, à un régime non traditionnel basé sur des aliments transformés et emballés dans le commerce, faibles en valeur nutritive.

Fiche d'information sur la nutrition - La fiche d'information décrit les effets du passage d'une alimentation traditionnelle, composée d'une grande variété d'aliments hautement nutritifs, cueillis et récoltés sur leur territoire ou dans les cours d'eau, à un régime non traditionnel basé sur des aliments transformés et emballés dans le commerce, faibles en valeur nutritive.

Understanding neglect in First Nations families - The over-representation of First Nations children in substantiated child investigations and referrals to child welfare placement is clearly related to the level of caregiver, household, and community risk factors. This fact sheet is an update from the original 2009 version.

Understanding neglect in First Nations families - The over-representation of First Nations children in substantiated child investigations and referrals to child welfare placement is clearly related to the level of caregiver, household, and community risk factors. This fact sheet is an update from the original 2009 version.

Indigenous Children and the Child Welfare System in Canada - This fact sheet is contextualized by the specific Calls to Action on child welfare, set out by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. It begins by reviewing the historical context in which First Nations, Inuit and Metis children were removed from their communities and families, including the Indian Residential School system and the "Sixties Scoop". It then turns to an overview of the current Indigenous child welfare.

Indigenous Children and the Child Welfare System in Canada - This fact sheet is contextualized by the specific Calls to Action on child welfare, set out by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. It begins by reviewing the historical context in which First Nations, Inuit and Metis children were removed from their communities and families, including the Indian Residential School system and the "Sixties Scoop". It then turns to an overview of the current Indigenous child welfare.

Oral Health and Hygiene - Good oral health is vital for overall health and well-being. As outlined by this fact sheet, brushing and flossing daily is an important part of good oral hygiene, and in combination with regular cleanings by a dental professional, these habits can help prevent gum disease.

Oral Health and Hygiene - Good oral health is vital for overall health and well-being. As outlined by this fact sheet, brushing and flossing daily is an important part of good oral hygiene, and in combination with regular cleanings by a dental professional, these habits can help prevent gum disease.

Healthy Choices in Pregnancy Fact Sheet - This fact sheet includes information on nutrition, tobacco cessation, and physical activity, all with a focus on maternal health. In addition to individual choices a pregnant mother can make, the fact sheet points to the importance of having a supportive and caring network of family, friends, and health care professionals.

Healthy Choices in Pregnancy Fact Sheet - This fact sheet includes information on nutrition, tobacco cessation, and physical activity, all with a focus on maternal health. In addition to individual choices a pregnant mother can make, the fact sheet points to the importance of having a supportive and caring network of family, friends, and health care professionals.

The Rights of First Nations Children in Canada - The fact sheet highlights the reality that First Nations children continue to experience unacceptable and disproportionate levels of risk due to a combination of historical trauma, intergenerational poverty, and discriminatory and underfunded child welfare policies.

The Rights of First Nations Children in Canada - The fact sheet highlights the reality that First Nations children continue to experience unacceptable and disproportionate levels of risk due to a combination of historical trauma, intergenerational poverty, and discriminatory and underfunded child welfare policies.

Tobacco Fact Sheet - Stripped of its traditional spiritual, cultural, and medicinal value, tobacco misuse is related to a number of preventable diseases and early death. In addition to detailing health impacts, including smoking during pregnancy and second hand smoke, the fact sheet provides a number of concrete steps communities can take to reduce the rates of smoking and other tobacco misuse.

Tobacco Fact Sheet - Stripped of its traditional spiritual, cultural, and medicinal value, tobacco misuse is related to a number of preventable diseases and early death. In addition to detailing health impacts, including smoking during pregnancy and second hand smoke, the fact sheet provides a number of concrete steps communities can take to reduce the rates of smoking and other tobacco misuse.

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