Northern

Peoples’

Wellness

Together, we will work with First Nations
to transform health and wellness services
and improve health outcomes for First
Nations people in the north.
KIM Careers

JOB POSTING: Director, Mobile Outreach

Based in Thompson, MB. Apply by March 13, 2024!

JOB POSTING: Medical Director, Addictions Medicine and Harm Reduction

22/12/2023

Based in Winnipeg, MB. Apply by January 29, 2024!

CEO Statement on World AIDS DAY

01/12/2023

Dr. Barry Lavallee, CEO of KIM Inc. Statement on World Aids Day

JOB POSTING – Sakihiwewin Program Manager

30/11/2023

Full-time, based in Thompson MB

Event: Swan River Engagement & Information Session

28/09/2023

Join us in Swan River for an information and engagement session on KIM, health transformation, and what better health outcomes could look like for northern Manitoba First Nations. RSVP now!

Event: Thompson Engagement & Information Session

05/10/2023

Join us in Thompson for an information and engagement session of KIM, health transformation, and what better health outcomes could look like for northern Manitoba

Congratulations

to Mikayla Barbosa on a successful meeting with Minister Gordon!

KIM Communities

Click here to see the communities we support

About Keewatinohk Inniniw Minoayawin

Keewatinohk Inniniw Minoayawin Inc. was funded in its formation by the federal government (FNIHB/ISC) beginning in 2017 and framed as MKO’s Clinical Care Transformation initiative. Since that time, and via partnerships, we have increased diagnostic care physician and specialist services; pediatrician and clinical psychology services to children via Jordan’s Principle, and mental wellness services. There is much more to be done including the scoping work to determine the depth and breadth of health and wellness transformation – and how far we must go together to ensure equitable and safe care for all First Nations people.


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Keewatinohk Inniniw Minoayawin Inc. was funded in its formation by the federal government (FNIHB/ISC) beginning in 2017 and framed as MKO’s Clinical Care Transformation initiative. Since that time, and via partnerships, we have increased diagnostic care physician and specialist services; pediatrician and clinical psychology services to children via Jordan’s Principle, and mental wellness services. There is much more to be done including the scoping work to determine the depth and breadth of health and wellness transformation – and how far we must go together to ensure equitable and safe care for all First Nations people.

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Our offices will be closed Friday, February 23 in recognition of Indigenous Justice Awareness Day.
 
Originally named JJ Harper Day, Indigenous Justice Awareness Day memorializes the failures of the justice system that led to the Aboriginal Justice Inquiry. The public inquiry examines the 1987 kidnapping and murder of 19-year-old Helen Betty Osborne and the 1988 death of JJ Harper at the hands of the Winnipeg Police. In the decades since, the tragic miscarriage of justice continues in Manitoba, leaving families and loved ones wanting for answers and without closure.
 
You can read the inquiry and its recommendations here to learn more:
http://www.ajic.mb.ca/volume.html
 
#JJHarper #HelenBettyOsborne #IndigenousJusticeAwarenessDay #SearchTheLandfills

Our offices will be closed Friday, February 23 in recognition of Indigenous Justice Awareness Day.

Originally named JJ Harper Day, Indigenous Justice Awareness Day memorializes the failures of the justice system that led to the Aboriginal Justice Inquiry. The public inquiry examines the 1987 kidnapping and murder of 19-year-old Helen Betty Osborne and the 1988 death of JJ Harper at the hands of the Winnipeg Police. In the decades since, the tragic miscarriage of justice continues in Manitoba, leaving families and loved ones wanting for answers and without closure.

You can read the inquiry and its recommendations here to learn more:
www.ajic.mb.ca/volume.html

#JJHarper #helenbettyosborne #indigenousjusticeawarenessday #searchthelandfills
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