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First Nations Development Institute will host the “Food as Economic Development in Minnesota Native Communities” convening July 8-10, 2015, at the Mystic Lake Casino Hotel in Prior Lake, Minnesota. At this free event, attendees will coalesce around recognition of the power of household and tribal spending on food that contributes to the strengthening of local Native economies.
National Indian Health Board representatives met recently with U.S. government leaders to discuss key health priorities, including increased appropriations for the Indian Health Service (IHS), support for Advance Appropriations for the IHS, achieving Medicare-Like Rates for payment of IHS Purchased/Referred Care and elevation of Tribal youth issues.
A new funding agreement will deliver $3.6 million to support sport and recreation development for Aboriginal peoples across Ontario.
Despite Australian Indigenous women having a lower incidence of breast cancer than non-Indigenous women, they have significantly higher mortality rates and worse cancer outcomes.
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