Each week, we gather various news related to health and social services, as well as to First Nations. Below you will find some information and publications that may interest you.
Initiatives de travail de milieu auprès des aînés en situation de vulnérabilité (community work initiatives among seniors in vulnerable situations)
The call for projects for the Initiatives de travail de milieu auprès des aînés en situation de vulnérabilité (community work initiatives among seniors in vulnerable situations) has been launched for the 2023-2024 fiscal year. The deadline to submit a project is September 8, 2023. For more information, click here.
Programme d’aide financière aux infrastructures récréatives, sportives et de plein air (financial assistance program for recreational, sports and outdoor infrastructures)
The Programme d’aide financière aux infrastructures récréatives, sportives et de plein air (financial assistance program for recreational, sports and outdoor infrastructures) aims to increase:
- The presence of recreational, sports and outdoor infrastructures that are in good condition in all regions of Quebec.
- Access to these infrastructures for the public.
For more information, click here.
Report from the Senate Committee on Indigenous Peoples : Cannabis Act
A new report from the Senate Committee on Indigenous Peoples has found that many of the concerns raised by Indigenous peoples prior to the implementation of the Cannabis Act remain unaddressed. Read the report.
NACH 2025-Open for Bids
The bid process is now open for the National Aboriginal Hockey Championships 2025! Consult the submission form here. Questions and submissions can be submitted to email@example.com
Upcoming Healthcare Excellence Canada program opportunity
Healthcare Excellence Canada (HEC) is soon launching a new program to improve equitable access to safe, including culturally safe, team-based primary care closer to home in northern, rural and remote communities. A call for applications will be available in July 2023 and registration is now open for an informational webinar on July 11, 2023. Simultaneous interpretation will be available for the webinar. Register here.
As water sports are growing in popularity (paddleboarding, canoeing, open water swimming, etc.), promoting water safety becomes even more important. The Lifesaving Society proposes a variety of games and tools to help prevent drowning and promote safe water behaviour. Visit the toolbox: https://societedesauvetage.org/snpn/boite-a-outils/.