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 Dr. Jonathan Dewar as its new Executive Director.
An educator, researcher, and administrator descended from Huron-Wendat, French-Canadian, and Scottish-Canadian grandparents, Dr. Dewar brings a rich and dynamic set of skills to his new position at FNIGC.
FNIGC’s long-serving Executive Director Gail Mc Donald to retire
After nearly seven years in key leadership roles at the First Nations Information Governance Centre (FNIGC), Gail Mc Donald will be retiring as Executive Director of the organization effective today.
FNIGC’s Senior Managers Addie Pryce and Jerry Lanouette will share Acting Executive Director responsibilities until an executive search process can identify a new permanent Director.
January 9, 2017 (Ottawa, ON) — The First Nations Information Governance Centre (FNIGC) and its Board of Directors is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2016 FNIGC National Student Bursary, which is awarded annually by the non-profit First Nations organization to two outstanding First Nations college or university students.
The recipients of this year’s bursary are Mr. Kody Doxtator of Six Nations of the Grand River in Ontario and Kathrina Chief Moon Riley, of the Blood Tribe (Kainai) Reserve in Alberta.
The First Nations Information Governance Centre (FNIGC), Canada’s premier source of information about First Nations people living on reserve and in northern communities, is pleased to welcome Ms. Addie Pryce as its new Regional Health Survey and Capacity Development Coordinator. With more than 30 years’ worth of experience delivering health and social programs to First Nations communities, Ms. Pryce brings an impressive set of skills to the FNIGC team at an important point in the organization’s history.