39 articles
by Celina Carter

‘We reach them where they are:’ Mobile healing team delivers culturally based care

Jane Harrison is one of the unsung heroes of the pandemic who, along with her team at Anishnawbe Health Toronto, is caring for vulnerable communities in the Greater Toronto Area.

by Karen Lawford ...

COVID-19 death highlights dangers of birth evacuation policy in Indigenous communities

The death of Silatik Qavvik is the result of Health Canada’s birth evacuation policy and an appalling lack of government-funded maternity care in rural and remote Indigenous communities.  

by Amanda Larocque Maddie Venables

Addressing racism in Indigenous health – Moving beyond systemic reassurance

Reassurances from different levels of governments create the illusion that systemic racism is being addressed despite the lack of tangible results.

by Darrel Manitowabi

Culture and COVID-19 reponses

by Christine Miskonoodinkwe Smith

‘We do not want you anymore’: Sixties Scoop survivor still searching for home

I am a Sixties Scoop survivor, a Bill C-31 status Anishnaabe woman and a daughter of a Saulteaux mother and a Cree father.

by Tarun Rahman Christine Miskonoodinkwe Smith Chika Oriuwa

Canada’s plan to eliminate tuberculosis in Inuit communities: Will it be enough?

by Christine Miskonoodinkwe Smith

How I use the teachings of the Medicine Wheel in my healing journey

by Karen Palmer Joshua Tepper Michael Nolan

Indigenous health services often hampered by legislative confusion

by Vanessa Milne Jill Konkin Alika Lafontaine

The new era of First Nations health research

by Wendy Glauser Joshua Tepper

8 steps toward addressing Indigenous health inequities

by Jeremy Petch Joshua Tepper

Canadian medical schools struggle to recruit Aboriginal students

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