Thursday, December 16, 2010

Help the HLN get to know you better!!

Hey HLN followers!! We are hoping to learn more about you guys, which will help us to serve you better!

We would love it if you could fill out a quick 5 question survey!!!

The HLN Team


Monday, December 13, 2010

Contest now closed

The "How do YOU honour life?!" contest is now closed. The HLN would like to thank everyone for the hard work they put into their submissions!! Stay tuned right here to the HLN's BLOG, and our Facebook Group page to see who the winners are!! We are hoping to have all submissions reviewed and winners named by the end of the month! Thanks again, and GOOD LUCK!

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Bobby Orr supports program that gives aboriginal youth hockey equipment

“This partnership is all about investing in one of the biggest resources we have, and that’s our young people,” he said. “This is about investing in hope, investing in a better future for our young people, our children."

To read more,CHECK IT OUT

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Gather your dreams and let your spirit guide you!

Check out this amazing opportunity for Aboriginal youth in and around the Edmonton area!!
For more information check out THIS LINK, and/or contact:
Roxanne Stonechild
Program Coordinator
Council of The Advancement of Native Development Officers
9635-45 Avenue
Edmonton, AB T6E 5Z8
Email: Roxanne

Friday, December 3, 2010

Only One Week Left!!!

You only have ONE week left to submit your entries to the HLN's How do YOU honour life contest! The deadline is December 10th at 5pm EST.Good luck!! If you have any questions feel free to get in touch with the HLN team by email at!!

Aboriginal Health and Intergenerational Relationships January 17, 2011 Sudbury, Ontario

Aboriginal Health Care has diverse traditional holistic healing methods, handed down from ancestors that are modeled on balance. However, intergenerational relationships have been disrupted in the past, upsetting the harmony of health care knowledge.

This conference will highlight current community-oriented programs and services working in partnership with the Aboriginal peoples. Learn how health care professionals are honouring Aboriginal values with Western models of care to reconnect that balance of knowledge. The goal is to improve the relationship between health and the Aboriginal people for a stronger tomorrow.

This conference will address a number of generational specific health issues dealing with all four elements; spirit, emotion, body and mind. Sacred knowledge from an Elder will begin the program and explore the latest challenges and developments in Aboriginal health care across the province. We will examine diversity and cultural continuity, the importance of developing healthy mental and physical well-being, the psychology of dependency and the health ramifications, and success stories because of adaptable local

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