Environment is what is all around us. For Eeyou and Eenou people, the land and water are a part of us and essential for miyupimaatisiuun. We are concerned about the need to protect the environment, live well and be safe when we are in the bush, and also make sure our houses and communities are safe.
For more information on the Public Health Department's activities around indoor air quality, drinking water quality, contaminants in the environment, health and social impacts of climate change and industrial development, and environmental emergencies, click here to access the Environmental Health page.
Within the Public Health department, two program officers and one doctor work in the Environmental Health program, which is part of the Chishaayiyiu team.
CBHSSJB Regional Public Health Department
203 Mistissini Boulevard
Mistissini, Québec, G0W 1C0
Tel: 418-923-2500 ext. 274
Box 930, Chisasibi, Québec, J0M 1E0
Tel: 819-855-2744 ext. 22016
Dr. Elizabeth Robinson
277 Duke, bureau 201
Montréal, Québec, H3C 2M2
Tel : 514-861-2352 ext. 74229
(adapted from Nunavut Health and Social Services)
Community Storiesᐋ ᑎᐹᒋᒧᓈᓂᐎᒡ
January 27 2017This week, the Cree Nation of Chisasibi is hosting "Masters of Our Own Health", a 3-day event giving community members a chance to learn about... Read More
January 11 2017Today, January 11, 2017, the Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay was part of a “tabletop exercise (ttx)" in Chisasibi to test the... Read More
April 11 2016Livestream event 5151866 or Listen on Regional Radio JBCCSRadio announcement about the Assembly by Chairperson Bella M. Petawabano (in Cree... Read More
- Addiction and substance use
- Child Health
- Chronic Diseases
- Communicable Disease/Infection
- Dental Health
- Environmental Health
- Food Safety
- Health Services
- Healthy Communities
- Injury Prevention/Safety
- Maternal Health
- Mental Health
- Physical Activity
- Sexual Health
- Social Services
- Traditional Knowledge
From The Libraryᒥᓯᓂᐦᐄᑭᓐᐦ
Affiche présenté au Congrès 2016 - Les pratiques exemplaires du réseau de cancérologie du Québec.
What is a GREEN event?
A Green event integrates sustainable actions throughout its entire process, from planning to dismantling.
Facilitators and Barriers to Traditional Food Consumption in the Cree Community of Mistissini, Northern Quebec.
To identify barriers to traditional food consumption and factors that facilitate it among the Cree community of Mistissini, a series of four focus...