COVID-19: Indigenous Health Research

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Indigenous Health Research Centres

Research, Policy and Information

Culturally Safe Resources

  • Morning Star Lodge – Morning Star Lodge COVID-19 fact sheet & the protecting our home fires strategy
    The “Protecting Our Home Fires” strategy includes short culturally safe informational YouTube videos, a “COVID-19 Fact Sheet for Indigenous Communities” and a “Protecting Our Home Fires” Information Sheet. Fact sheets are available in English, French, Cree, Nakota, Dene, Michif, Saulteaux and Portuguese.
  • Living Well House – COVID-19 Resources
    Well Living House is committed to providing First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples with accurate and Indigenous-specific information about COVID-19.
  • Hotıì ts’eeda – COVID-19 resources for NWT
    Hotıì ts’eeda has taken the initiative to develop COVID-19 resource materials that present federal and territorial government advice on pandemic safety measures through an Indigenous lens and with cultural safety in mind.
  • Kahkakiw the Raven 
    Samson Hunter of Nsichiwayasihk Cree Nation created Kahkakiw, which means raven in Cree, a puppet that flies around Northern Manitoba, learning with community members about the Coronavirus. Kahkakiw speaks in Cree, English and Dene, as he speaks about the coronavirus pandemic providing information from an Indigenous perspective.

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