Ekosani to George St. Pierre for taking the time to connect with the community, sharing positive energy, and contributing to the vibrant spirit of Pimicikamak Cree Nation.Ekosani Pimicikamak ❤️ … See MoreSee Less
November 25th is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Violence against women manifests in many forms, not always physically – it also includes mental, verbal, and psychological abuse; sexual violence, intimate partner violence, sexual exploitation, and harassment. If this sounds like something you, or someone you know, have experienced, please share or reach out to the toll-free, 24/7 Klinic helpline: 1-866-367-3276. They can provide support and help connect you to other resources and services. #InternationalDayfortheEliminationofViolenceAgainstWomen#NoMoreStolenSisters#stoptheviolence… See MoreSee Less
November 19-25th is National Addictions Awareness Week, an observance during which we are encouraged to send support, respect, and love to those suffering from addiction, as well as their families and communities. Keewatinohk Inniniw Minoayawin Inc. continues to advocate for increased support and services to assist all relatives whose lives have been touched by addiction.
An Indigenous Harm Reduction approach is critical in battling substance abuse – in order to address the crisis of toxic drugs and overdoses, we must first heal the harms of colonization that make the Indigenous population more vulnerable to addiction.