Canada's Response to the 2009 H1N1 Influenza Pandemic
Report of the Standing Senate Commitee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology, released December 2010, provides an overview of the H1N1 situation in Canada, the response of the Public Health Agency of Canada and assessment of the socio-economic and health impacts of the pandemic. The study aimed to identify important lessons learned and establish best practices in management, operations, logistics and communications.
See also:  Senate Report News ReleaseExecutive Summary; Recommendations

Lessons Learned Review: Public Health Agency of Canada and Health Canada Response to the 2009 H1N1 Pandemic
A report by the Public Health Agency of Canada Evaluation Services Directorate, November 2010.

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H1N1: A Public Health Success Story in Natuashish, Labrador
A powerpoint presentation at the 2010 Canadian Public Health Association Centennial Conference.

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Cowessess First Nations Community: H1N1 and Panedemic Preparations
The Federal Health Miinster celebrates pandemic preparations among Cowessess First Nations in Saskatchewan in partnership with Health Canada.
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Mushuau Innu First Nations
Community information, Aboriginal Canada Portal.

Relocation of the Mushuau Innu of Davis Inlet to the new community of Natuashish
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada.

The Relocation of the Mushuau Innu Canadian Human Rights Commission

Labrador Innu Comprehensive Healing Strategy
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada


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Annex B: Influenza Pandemic Planning Considerations in On Reserve First Nations
Provides guidance to pandemic planners at all levels of government, and to on reserve First Nations community health planners and tribal councils, regarding influenza pandemic planning.

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Canada needs Inuit-specific pandemic plan
SIKU News (2010)

Cree Health gets kudos for world-class H1N1 vaccination effort

Sharing Insights on Pandemic Planning in Aboriginal Communities
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