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COVID-19 UPDATES FOR NEYAASHIINIGMIING


August 12, 2022

AVIAN INFLUENZA UPDATE

Read more here: Avian Influenza

Latest Updates

Health and Well-Being of Indigenous Children and Youth 

Ian Reich, Public Health Manager with the Grey Bruce Health Unit has the following message for the community: Considerations for Parents and Caregivers We acknowledge that Indigenous families have had to alter their traditional ways of gathering and learning through celebrations, feasts and dances during COVID-19. The National Collaborating Centre for Indigenous Health created a […]

Crisis Support is Available

The Nawash Wellness Centre would like to remind everyone that support resources are still available during this period of relative isolation, from both inside and outside Neyaashiinigmiing. If you are feeling vulnerable, scared or alone, for any reason, please call any of these available services for friendly and compassionate assistance.

Driving Safety

Driving Safety With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, most of us have experienced changes in our daily routines. We are all working hard to reduce our health risks. Let us not forget about our traffic safety risks. There is a noticeable decrease in vehicle traffic, both within and outside of our community. This should not be […]

Applications Open for Educational Assistance

The world will be slowly and carefully coming back to life as the pandemic runs its course. Now is a perfect time to consider upgrading your skills in preparation for the post-pandemic economy. Nawash Board of Education is now accepting applications for the Nawash Education Diversity Assistance Program. The program provides assistance to Chippewas of […]

Neyaashiinigmiing Stay-At-Home Guidelines Extended Until May 29th

We are cautiously hopeful that the spread of COVID-19 has reached a plateau in Ontario, but there is not yet a statistical decline in cases. The province wants to see a consistent two-to-four week decline in new cases before it begins re-opening the economy. The Council has voted to align with the provincial plans and […]