• 28
    September
    2018

    IT'S A WRAP!!!! - The History of Saskatchewan First Nations Child Welfare Video

    The History of Saskatchewan First Nations Child Welfare Video is complete.  Thank you to Doug Cuthand - Blue Hill Productions and his crew for making this project a huge success.       Stephen Hunt, Randy Morin and Doug Cuthand   Editing the Cree translations!!     The SFNFCI will ...

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  • 27
    September
    2018

    SFNFCI launches the Income Assistance Engagement Project

      The Saskatchewan First Nations Family and Community Institute (SFNFCI) is conducting a project on the engagement of the Income Assistance program (IAP) stakeholders to better understand the needs of the beneficiaries, identify strengths of the programs, and ways to improve the program to better ...

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  • 25
    September
    2018

    Disability Research Project Moves Forward

    At the half-way point of the project's timeline, work on the Disability Research Partnership continues to progress. Researcher Raissa Graumans spent the third week of September at Nechapanuk's Cumberland House office, continuing to collect data through the Disability Information Tool, conducting ...

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  • 24
    August
    2018

    The Disability Project Goes to Nechapanuk's Caregiver Camp

    Nechapanuk has been holding camps for many years, but this year the agency organized its first ever Caregiver Camp!  Over 30 caregivers from the three communities served by the agency (Red Earth, Shoal Lake, and Cumberland House) attended along with dozens of agency and camp staff.  The camp was ...

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  • 26
    July
    2018

    Saskatchewan First Nations Women’s Shelter Develop Standards of Practice

    The Saskatchewan First Nations Family and Community Institute Inc. has been working with five Saskatchewan First Nations Women’s Shelters in the last year to develop their standards of practice.    These standards were created in several meetings with leaders from First Nations women’s shelte...

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  • 28
    June
    2018

    2018-19 Disability Research Project Begins

    Yet another year of the Disability Research Project has begun! Building on the work of the past two years' projects (read previous reports here and review past blog posts by scolling through archives on the right)  this year we will expand our partnerships and continue to gather systematic informa...

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  • 28
    June
    2018

    Disability Research Project 2017-18: The Final Report is out!

    The 2018-18 Disability Research Project concluded this past March and the two reports outlining the findings - a Full Report and a Summary Report, are now available!    Both reports can be viewed and downloaded from our 'Training & Reseources' page [click here to be taken to the page] The backgr...

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  • 30
    May
    2018

    Sask Jordan's Principle Information Sessions Wrap Up

    We are currently wrapping up the Saskatchewan Jordan’s Principle project as we have attended to our last planned information session on May 16th in Fort Qu’Appelle.  As we begin to prepare a brief report summarizing the number of participants, the different sectors represented and the analytics...

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  • 29
    March
    2018

    2017-18 Disability Research Project Comes to a Close

    It has been a busy final month for the Disability Project.  We have been focussed on project Actions, which are various trainings and events organized in response to feedback from project participants. Previous blogs have highlighted some of the trainings and events that happened earlier in Januar...

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  • 23
    February
    2018

    Disability Project Monthly Update

    With just over one month left in the Disability Research Project, we are busy with a number of training and events.   Check out our latest Monthly Update below or contact Raissa Graumans (306-373-2874 x 223, raissa @sfnfci.ca ) for more information.  

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