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Congratulations to Karlee Johnson (Eskasoni FN) for being a recipient of the First Nations Information Governance Centre’s (FNIGC) 5th annual National Student Bursary! Ms. Johnson, a Medical Sciences student at Dalhousie University, is currently working on a research project at the Aboriginal Children’s Hurt & Healing (ACHH) Initiative that involves the...

  Visit the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia from now through January 7, 2018 to view the Art from the Heart exhibition! Mi'kmaw artist Alan Sylliboy facilitated workshops in four participating First Nations communities for children and youth which resulted in the artworks now on view in the exhibition.  Click here for more details. ...

Have you heard about PICH2Go Indigenous? ACHH is hosting this amazing event at the IWK Health Centre, October 11-12! This Pain in Child Health conference has a unique focus on Indigenous children and brings together clinicians, researchers and students! The ACHH Initiative is sponsoring 10 Indigenous attendees to offset travel...

ACHH Student Collaborator and third year Dalhousie University Medical Sciences student, Karlee Johnson, talks about making a difference in her community. Karlee's home is Eskasoni First Nation and says she "knows her future path leads back there." Check out this amazing article written for Dalhousie News about her journey and work so...

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