News & Events

ACHH Initiative's Research Trainee and Research Coordinator, Julie Francis, was named a Loretta Saunders Scholarship Awardee for 2017. This scholarship is for Indigenous women who are attending a post-secondary institution in Mi’kma’ki, Nunatsiavut, or Atlantic Canada and who have completed the equivalent of one year of post-secondary education in the previous two...

Join us Tuesday March 21, 2017 at 6pm for an evening event with keynote speaker Dr. Nadine Caron, the first female Indigenous Surgeon in Canada.  ACHH Initiative will be presenting  as well and a Q & A session as well as a poster display showcasing Indigenous research will take place also. ...

The Centre for Pediatric Pain Research​ has released the 2017 International Forum on Pediatric Pain speakers list and schedule. What an exciting line-up! If you're free Oct.12-15th make your way to White Point Beach Resort for this awesome 3 day event!! ...

Check out this Support 4 Culture video about internationally renowned Mi'kmaw artist Alan Syliboy. ACHH Initiative has been extremely fortunate to have worked so closely with Alan Syliboy throughout our community art sessions.  Alan made the youth participants feel welcome and safe to express their  hurt/pain through their art pieces.  We could never...

Check out the Walking With Our Sisters exhibit at MSVU Art Gallery January 14 - February 1, 2017 - and if you have some spare time why not volunteer to help out! "A community-based art memorial honouring missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls, Two-Spirit people and their families" ...