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
December 18 2018At the final day of public hearings of the Public Inquiry Commission on relations between Indigenous Peoples and certain public services in Québec (... Read More
November 21 2018Waskaganish, November 20, 2018 – The Piipiichaau Uchishtuun (Robin’s Nest) Women's Shelter in Waskaganish was formally inaugurated at a ceremony on... Read More
November 12 2018On Sunday, November 11, a piece of Cree culture was erected right in the heart of Montreal. A team of dedicated men installed a teepee on the grounds... 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...