The second volume of the National Report of the First Nations Regional Health Survey Phase 3, released today by the First Nations Information Governance Centre (FNIGC), provides unparalleled insight into a wide array of factors, from language and culture to health-care access and food security, that affect the health and well-being of First Nations people living on reserve and Northern communities across Canada.
The First Nations Information Governance Centre (FNIGC) is pleased to announce that it will be launching a new national survey that will take an unprecedented look at First Nations employment and labour conditions, two priority areas for First Nations in Canada.
New survey data released by the First Nations Information Governance Centre (FNIGC) this week provides unprecedented insight into life in First Nations on-reserve and northern communities in Canada.
The data represents the first to be released from the First Nations Regional Early Childhood, Education and Employment Survey (FNREEES, or REEES), a unique First Nations-led survey that explored a wide range of topics impacting life in nearly 250 First Nations communities in 10 provinces and two territories.
April 1, 2015 (Ottawa, ON) – The First Nations Information Governance Centre (FNIGC) is proud to announce that the latest phase of its First Nations Regional Health Survey (FNRHS, or RHS) begins its official roll-out in 250 First Nations communities today.
RHS Phase 3 is the latest version of the landmark survey process, which was established in 1997 as a means of collecting much-needed information about the living conditions of First Nations people living on reserve and northern communities across Canada.