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First Nations Health Council Welcomes Publication of MMIWG Report as Important First Step

Coast Salish Territory – The First Nations Health Council (FNHC) welcomes today’s publication of the National Inquiry Into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls report as an important step towards protecting our women going forward. The women of the FNHC, as part of the regionally appointed Council providing leadership and advocacy in health transformation […]

Evolving Engagement Structure

Evolving how we engage: First Nations Health Council, First Nations Health Authority and First Nations Health Directors Association separate political and technical conversations. The separation of business from politics is a hallmark of the BC First Nations Health Governance Structure. This principle is captured in our founding documents including the seven directives. Through regional caucus […]

Orientation Video – Living Well: Transforming First Nations Health in BC

This video outlines a brief history of the Tripartite First Nations Health Governance Structure in British Columbia, the agreements and documents that led to its creation, and the innovative work to transform health outcomes through service improvements in partnership with First Nations communities and leadership in the province.


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