Aboriginal Nurition Network

To provide a forum for registered dietitians working in Aboriginal communities or those with a general interest in Aboriginal nutrition issues to:
-Network and share resources with communities
-Be informed and participate in continuing education opportunities
-Further develop dietetic training opportunities with a focus on Aboriginal nutrition
-Be identified as a resource group for governing bodies, communities and others
– Raise awareness of Aboriginal nutrition needs
– Promote nutrition as a career choice among Aboriginal students

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Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre

visitThe Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre (SICC) website is designed to serve as a resource for compiling and sharing information related to the language, culture, arts, history, and current affairs of the Dene, Woodland Cree, Swampy Cree, Plains Cree, Nakawē (Saulteaux), Dakota, Nakota, and Lakota. It has been established to assist First Nations people, educators, students, government agencies, and the general public in gaining access to information pertaining to Saskatchewan First Nations.

Mother Earth Walk

Water Walk Link

Two Anishinawbe Grandmothers, and a group of Anishinawbe Women and Men have taken action regarding the water issue by walking the perimeter of the Great Lakes.

Along with a group of Anishinabe-que and supports, they walked around Lake Superior in Spring 2003, around Lake Michigan in 2004, Lake Huron in 2005, Lake Ontario in 2006, Lake Erie in 2007, Lake Michigan in 2008, and St Lawrence River in 2009.

Our mission is to raise awareness about our water.

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