Structural Profile of Public Health in Canada: Indigenous Health
This section of the Structural Profile of Public Health in Canada is designed to examine structures dedicated to Indigenous health in Canada.
December 2019. Description.
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It provides information on the governmental and paragovernmental structures dedicated to Indigenous health at the provincial or territorial level and at the local/regional level within each province and territory. 

It also includes a section on federal structures dedicated to Indigenous health.
The information presented here is an update from the work previously done in 2013. This recent update was conducted by Josée G. Lavoie and Chukwudumebi Onyiuke, from the Ongomiizwin - Indigenous Institute of Health and Healing, at the University of Manitoba. The NCCHPP wants to thank them for their work on this update.

Methodology

Alberta
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British Columbia
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Manitoba
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New Brunswick
Newfoundland and Labrador
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Northwest Territories
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Nova Scotia
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Nunavut
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Ontario
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Prince Edward Island
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Québec
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Saskatchewan
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Yukon


Structural Profile of Public Health in Canada.

This other resource, in the form of a table, shows how public health is organized at the federal, provincial and territorial levels in Canada. Click here to learn more.

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