Sharing their Stories: Narratives of Young Métis Parents and Elders about ParentingNew Report 
Sharing their Stories: Narratives of Young Métis Parents and Elders about Parenting



The National Collaborating Centre for Aboriginal Health (NCCAH) is a national Aboriginal organization established in 2005 by the Government of Canada and funded through the Public Health Agency of Canada to support First Nations, Inuit, and Métis public health renewal and health equity through knowledge translation and exchange. The NCCAH is hosted by the University of Northern BC (UNBC) in Prince George, BC. Learn more.  


From Coffee and Eggs to the First of its Kind in Canada: A Story of Determinants of Indigenous Health In Canada

"Sometimes really good things happen over a conference breakfast." Dr. Sarah de Leeuw

This resource documents and analyzes Métis narratives on parenting within the context of their unique historical and contemporary experiences.

The Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA) held its annual conference this year in Vancouver, British Columbia, from May 25-28th. The National Collaborating Centre for Aboriginal Health (NCCAH), along with the five other National Collaborating Centres for Public Health (NCCPH), presented and participated in plenary discussions, panel presentations, networking events, and workshop sessions throughout the gathering. As well, print resources and publications were distributed through the NCCAH booth.

A comprehensive listing of researchers who are affiliated with a Canadian university and have a wide range of expertise related to the health of Aboriginal peoples.

The National Collaborating Centre for Aboriginal Health (NCCAH) is pleased to announce the release of the Review of Core Competencies for Public Health: An Aboriginal Public Health Perspective. In this report, Dr. Sarah Hunt reviews and analyzes the seven categories and appendices of the 2007 Public Health Agency of Canada’s Core Competencies for Public Health in Canada 1.0 within an Aboriginal public health framework.

The National Collaborating Centre for Aboriginal Health (NCCAH) explores the ongoing and devastating impacts of accumulated trauma on the health and well-being of individuals, families, and communities, and presents one model for healing through the following two reports: Aboriginal Peoples and Historic Trauma: The process of intergenerational transmission and Addressing the Healing of Aboriginal Adults and Families within a Community-owned College Model.

This series of three fact sheets focuses on racism experienced by Aboriginal peoples in Canada – how to understand it in historical context, how it affects individuals and communities, and what programs, policies and strategies exist to combat it.
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