5 day Workshop-Conference for Safe handling of Wild Meats
To provide updated information sessions on safe food handling on bush meats
To increase awareness on Food safety, sanitation and Hygiene issues
To provide guidelines for recommended best practices for hunting and bush meat manipulations from the bush to the table
To explore the nutritional benefits of Bush Meats and the promotion of traditional Cree diets
To address the issues of contaminants of the environment and animals on our territory
To provide a provincially recognized Food Safety accreditation for food handlers
To share Cree cooking preparation and cooking techniques
To ensure the safety and quality of wild meats harvested by Cree hunters for the all CBHSSJB patients and clients who eat at our foodservices , as well as clients at Elder Home and Childcare Centers
To raise awareness for Food Safety issues for food handlers of both bush meats and commercially-bought foods.
To answer to community needs and requests for food safety and keeping Cree foods safe for our communities.
To answer to community needs for alleviating Food Insecurity.
Chisasibi Hospital food services employees and support staff, MSDC food service employees and support staff, Cree Trappers
Association hunters, Youth Healing Service Centers hunters, community food handlers (restaurants, caterers, feast organisers and food handlers, institutional foodservices...), and to all community members who share an interest in the food safety of the animals they harvest.