Cree survival depends on being active, eating healthy, and being taught Eenou Pimaatisiiwi.
In the past, Eenou Pimaatisiiwin was taught by adults setting an example of being active – trapping trips, setting up camp and preparing meals together; and eating healthy – roasting, boiling and smoking meats and fish, sharing food so others could eat and be healthy, and eating traditional foods.
Today, Eenou Pimaatisiiwin still depends on adults teaching and setting an example of healthy living – daily walks, hunting trips, skating as a family, cleaning the house or camp together, sharing chores in preparing meals, eating together as a family.
Community Storiesᐋ ᑎᐹᒋᒧᓈᓂᐎᒡ
April 19 2018Summary:On April 20, 2018 the CBHSSJB launched a Smartphone App of medical terms in East Cree dialects of Southern Inland, Southern Coastal and... Read More
April 18 2018Cree Health Board signs a letter asking the Canadian Government to eliminate lead ammunition and fishing gearIn a letter to Federal Minister of Environment and Climate Change Catherine McKenna, representatives of the Cree Board of Health and Social... Read More
February 09 2018A youth-driven poster campaign that highlights suicide prevention and awareness launches this week in Eeyou Istchee. The goals of this campaign are... Read More
From The Libraryᒥᓯᓂᐦᐄᑭᓐᐦ
A pamphlet on how to safely drink water from streams, springs and other alternative sources.
8 posters created by Eeyou-Eenou youth as the result of a collaborative partnership between CBHSSJB’s...
This book is a guide to promoting health and social well-being using existing radio services serving the Cree inland and coastal communities of...