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Locke School Presentation: NAHO

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Special Presentation
First Nations, Inuit and Métis
St. Thomas, ON
June 4, 2010

Paulette Tremblay, PhD
Chief Executive Officer

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  • 1. National Aboriginal Health Organization Locke School Special Presentation First Nations, Inuit and Métis St. Thomas, ON June 4, 2010 Paulette Tremblay, PhD Chief Executive Officer
  • 2. National Aboriginal Health Organization Where do Aboriginal People live in Canada? 2006 Census
  • 3. National Aboriginal Health Organization What does the term Aboriginal mean? First Nations Inuit Metis 33% 60% 7% The Aboriginal populations are made up of many young people.
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  • 5. National Aboriginal Health Organization NUNAVUT NUNATSIAVUT
  • 6. National Aboriginal Health Organization Differences in size of Aboriginal Populations in cities of Canada 2006 Census
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  • 8. National Aboriginal Health Organization First Nations Drum Used in Gatherings
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  • 11. National Aboriginal Health Organization Inuit - Sport
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  • 13. National Aboriginal Health Organization The Métis Sash
  • 14. National Aboriginal Health Organization Cultural Identity- Who You Are & Where You Come From. • Elders and Knowledge Keepers (ceremonies, teachings) are at the heart of identity • Provides a sense of belonging and confidence for children and youth • Family plays a central and important role • Helps youth deal with the multitude of issues • Helps youth to be healthy
  • 15. National Aboriginal Health Organization Canada’s Food Guide • Canada's Food Guide describes healthy eating for Canadians two years of age or older. • Choosing the amount and type of food recommended in Canada's Food Guide will help: • You grow and thrive • Meet your needs for vitamins, minerals and other nutrients
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  • 18. National Aboriginal Health Organization First Nations Food Traditions
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  • 20. National Aboriginal Health Organization Three Sisters The ancient Native American technique of growing Corn, Beans, and Squash together in an arrangement called the Three Sisters is the ultimate in companion planting and helps increase harvests, naturally!
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  • 22. National Aboriginal Health Organization Inuit Food Traditions
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  • 25. National Aboriginal Health Organization Métis Food Traditions
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  • 27. National Aboriginal Health Organization Métis Nutrition • Fresh berries, plants and meat from both animals and fish are well known as some of the healthiest foods you can obtain from hunting, fishing and ‘bush food’ procurement. • Good work on the land meant a good life on the land.
  • 28. National Aboriginal Health Organization Métis Foods • Soup was a staple in every Métis home. • Foods included: moose and beans, partridge and oatmeal, rabbit, vegetables, barley and rice
  • 29. National Aboriginal Health Organization Respecting our Environment
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  • 37. National Aboriginal Health Organization “This is our land. It was given to us to take care of. We haven’t done a very good job but we’re still on it.” -Marion Larkman Métis Knowledge Keeper
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