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  • Two New Positive Covid-19 Cases and Five Resolved Confirmed in James & Hudson Bay

    To our community members: We can confirm there are two new COVID-19 cases and five resolved in our region. WAHA has received authorization from the leadership of Attawapiskat First Nation to state that these new cases are in Attawapiskat, On. WAHA is working with Porcupine Health Unit and the local health services to ensure that…

  • Eight New Positive Covid-19 Cases and Fourteen Resolved Confirmed in James & Hudson Bay

    To our community members: We can confirm there are eight new COVID-19 cases and fourteen resolved in our region. WAHA has received authorization from the leadership of Kashechewan First Nation, and Attawapiskat First Nation to state that these new cases are in their respective communities. WAHA is working with Porcupine Health Unit and the local…

  • Nation Indigenous Peoples Day

    What is National Indigenous Peoples Day? June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day. This is a day for all Canadians to recognize and celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. The Canadian Constitution recognizes these three groups as Aboriginal peoples, also known as Indigenous peoples. Although these groups share many similarities,…

  • Thirteen New Positive Covid-19 Cases and Twenty-Three Resolved Confirmed in James & Hudson Bay

    To our community members: We can confirm that there are thirteen new COVID-19 cases and twenty-three resolved in our region.WAHA has received authorization from the leadership of Kashechewan First Nation, Moose Cree First Nation, and the Municipality of Moosonee, to state that these new cases are in their respective communities. WAHA is working with Porcupine…

  • Twenty-Three New Positive Covid-19 Cases and Twenty-Six Resolved Confirmed in James & Hudson Bay

    To our community members: We can confirm that there are twenty-three new COVID-19 cases and twenty-six resolved in our region.WAHA has received authorization from the leadership of Kashechewan First Nation to state that these new cases are in Kashechewan, Ontario. WAHA is working with Porcupine Health Unit and the local health services to ensure that…

  • Twenty-Five New Positive Covid-19 Cases and Fifteen Resolved Confirmed in James & Hudson Bay

    To our community members: We can confirm that there are twenty-five new COVID-19 cases and fifteen resolved in our region. WAHA has received authorization from the leadership of Kashechewan First Nation, and Attawapiskat First Nation, to state that these new cases are in their respective communities. WAHA is working with Porcupine Health Unit and the…

  • Sixty-Eight New Positive Covid-19 Cases and Four Resolved Confirmed in James & Hudson Bay

    To our community members: We can confirm that there are sixty-eight new COVID-19 cases and four resolved in our region. WAHA has received authorization from the leadership of Kashechewan First Nation, and the Municipality of Moosonee, to state that these new cases are in their respective communities. WAHA is working with Porcupine Health Unit and…

  • Thirty-One New Positive Covid-19 Cases and Eleven Resolved Confirmed in James & Hudson Bay

    To our community members: We can confirm that there are thirty-one new COVID-19 cases and eleven resolved in our region. WAHA has received authorization from the leadership of Kashechewan First Nation, Fort Albany First Nation, Attawapiskat First Nation, and the Municipality of Moosonee to state that these new cases are in their respective communities. WAHA…

  • Twenty New Positive Covid-19 Cases and Eight Resolved Confirmed in James & Hudson Bay

    To our community members: We can confirm that there are twenty new COVID-19 cases and eight resolved in our region. WAHA has received authorization from the leadership of Fort Albany First Nation, Kashechewan First Nation, Attawapiskat First Nation, Moose Cree First Nation, and the Municipality of Moosonee to state that these new cases are in…

  • WAHA CEO Comments on the 215 Children Loss at Indigenous Residential School in Kamloops, British Columbia

    To our community members: “We mourn in solidarity with all Indigenous communities for the lives of the 215 Indigenous school children recently identified, on the site of Canada’s largest residential school, in British Columbia,” said Lynne Innes, President and CEO of Weeneebayko Area Health Authority – WAHA. Canadian residential schools were compulsory boarding schools run…