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  • Annual General Meeting

    2012 / 2013 Audit If any community members would like a copy of the 2012-13 audit, it is available at reception.  Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you November 26....
  • A/H.E.S.S Director Report - Sept 2013

    I hope you get a chance to enjoy the end of summer break! Seasons will be changing soon. At the Health Centre we look forward to bringing back some of your favourite programming as well as some exciting new opportunities! UPDATES: Medical Office Assista...
  • Asthma and Allergy Medical Clinic

    You are invited to attend the upcoming Children's Asthma and Allergy Medical Clinics. Attention parents: Does your child cough and wheeze with colds? Does your child get lots of colds during the school year? Does your child miss school because they ...
  • HUB News

    First Nations Health Authority It is an important time in the Health of our people here in BC. The transfer from Health Canada to the First Nations Health Authority is upon us. The transfer will take place on October 1st. Recreating the existing system a...
  • New Medical Office Assistant

    I am honored to be selected as the new Medical Office Assistant for Tsawout. I appreciate the community's welcome since I started in late July. I have ten years’ experience as a Medical Office Assistant in General Practices and for the Federal Governmen...
  • Healing Circle

    The Healing Circle will be starting up again on September 9th. All are welcome to attend and share in light snacks and caring conversation. It is held every Monday from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm in the Old Council Chambers....
  • Life Ring

    LifeRing is a support program for people wishing to discover ways that are individually suitable for gaining and maintaining sobriety. Please join us every Thursday in the Old Council Chambers from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm....
  • June 12th, 2013 Activities

    You are Invited to WSÁNEĆ Speaker Series – Nick “XUMTHOULT” Claxton What: "A historical and contemporary comparison of the Douglas Treaties on Vancouver Island and Treaty of Waitangi in New Zealand." Nick Claxton, UVIC PhD Candidate recently m...
  • HESS Director's Report June 2013

    By Edith Loring-Kuhanga HESS Director’s Report for June 2013 Well a lot has happened in the last couple of months with the restructuring of the health, education, employment and social services departments. We have definitely kept busy! 1.Staff: Ne...
  • JOB POSTING - Medical Office Assistant

    The Medical Office Assistant will provide reception and administrative support support to Practioners and HESS staff, ie., transcribe orders from doctors and nurse practitioners, and timekeeping and staffing related functions. Assist Health staff organize...
  • "Fish Soup for the Soul" Training Session

    ÍY SȻÁĆEL, Good Day, Siem Smun'eem Research and Training Network for Indigenous Well-being "Honoring Indigenous knowledge and practice" formerly Indigenous Child Welfare Research Network is hosting a "Fish Soup for the Soul" training session in the S...
  • Health Services

    Medical Transportation The Health Department offers medical transportation through the health center for those unable to get to their doctor’s appointment any other way. For those able to take the bus, we do have bus tickets available. We are als...
  • HESS Director's Report

    By Edith Loring-Kuhanga Yes, finally Spring is here and hopefully, summer is just around the corner! 1. Restructuring: Over the last few weeks, we have been meeting regularly both internally, with all of the divisions and externally with our partner gr...
  • Health Programs Update

    Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative Good Food Bag program: Every month we subsidize the good food bag program as part of the Aboriginal Diabetes initiative. The program gets fresh produce to individuals in the community living with diabetes and for those who ...
  • From Glenda’s Desk

    LifeRing LifeRing is a worldwide organization. We see alcoholism and drug addiction equally and we welcome people into our meetings regardless of their drug of choice. In LifeRing, each participant is encouraged to work out their own particular path to r...
  • Occupational Health & Safety Committee

    We have been working at providing a healthy and safe work environment for staff and community at the Tsawout First Nation organization. The Occupational Health and Safety Committee has been able to identify some concerns. We will work together to meet Acc...
  • Emergency Planning and Development Committee

    In partnership with Tsartlip First Nation, Tsawout First Nation and the District of Central Saanich Fire Department, we will be having monthly fire safety meetings. This will identify areas of prevention, education and fire safety that meet the needs of o...
  • Aboriginal Liaison Nurse

      My name is Jane Fox and on April 2nd, I start working at the Saanich Peninsula Hospital as your Aboriginal Liaison Nurse. I will be there to work with people from the four W'SANEC Nations who are in any of the hospital departments. I have be...
  • Rethink Your Waste

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  • Health Director’s Report

    By Edith Loring-Kuhanga Here we are – spring already! Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone!  Here’s hoping that all of our students will enjoy their Spring Break and participate in the various activities that are being offered to our...