Beefy Chiefs Step Up Challenge October Winners!
The Beefy Chiefs 2.0 STEP UP Challenge has reached two new milestones in October. This was the first month where we had a lot of cold and rainy days, the kind of days that would normally see a severe lack of activity. However, those taking up the challenge have found many ways to get up and be active. Some have bought wet weather gear; some are embracing the wet and cold, while others are looking to those around them for the motivation needed to be active. The First Nations Fit forums have been a great way to share these stories and experiences.
Step up’ers walk around the entire world in September! (Well just about)
38,000 KM logged by First Nations Health Champions
It’s the beginning of October and soon our nights will start to get longer and colder. This may affect our distances and steps but with a supportive network and positive attitude we should be able to continue with our goal of staying active.
On the cold and lonely days, when all you want to do is stay in bed or sit on the couch and watch TV instead, remember this little fact: In September, the combined distance traveled by all of those in the Beefy Chiefs Challenge was around 38,000km, which is only 200km short of the distance around the world. Each of our contributions, big and small, helped make that possible.Read More
August Step Up Winners
Island continues to dominate standings
As the Beefy Chiefs Challenge enters its third month, Vancouver Island continues to dominate the standings - sweeping three of the six monthly prizes. Is this an early indication of things to come or will we see other regions become more active as word of the challenge spreads?
This month’s winners…Read More
Gary, where have you been? BC Chiefs are already part of the solution!
“Are native leaders ready to be part of the solution?” Yes, Mr. Gary Mason, BC Chiefs and leaders are already part of the solution. BC Chiefs set aside anger and acted to improve the health outcomes of their communities in British Columbia. Chiefs tasked the First Nations Health Council to lead the way in creating healthier individuals, families, and communities. British Columbians and Canadians alike need to know about this success story…Read More
Beefy Chiefs 2.0 – July Prize Winners
Roberts walks length of Vancouver Island! Kruger most active minutes
Photo: Chief John Kruger wins in July for most active minutes
In July, those participating in the Step Up challenge walked a combined total of over 2820 km. Which is the same distance as walking from Whitehorse to Vancouver and then to Penticton.
Each month three Beefy Chiefs participants have the chance to win a Fitbit for a family member- we are excited to share with you this month’s big winners!Read More
Latest in Events
Gathering Wisdom for a Shared Journey VIOct. 22-24th, 2013 | Vancouver, BC at the Hyatt Regency – Coast Salish Territory More Information… (and streaming video)
Gathering Wisdom VMay 15-17, 2012 | Hyatt Regency, Vancouver More Information… (and streaming video)
Latest Quarterly Update
Transition Update- Volume 1 - Issue 4
Transition Update- Volume 1- Issue 4
News from the First Nations Health Council
• A Message from the First Nations Health Council
• Building Blocks for Transformation
• Gathering Wisdom for a Shared Journey VI
• First Nations Leadership Health Challenge (Beefy Chiefs Challenge)
• Regional Updates...Find out what is going on in your Region!
News from the First Nations Health Authority
• Where we are today - Chief Executive Officer Update
• Novation: your questions answered by Health Canada and the FNHA
• Policy Planning and Strategic Services focuses on Regional Supports
• Interim Regional Health and Wellness planning approach FAQ’s
• First Nation Health Benefits Update
Transition Update:Download PDF