The Niagara Region Public Health and Emergency Services senior leadership is committed to furthering the recommendations in this report, starting with meeting with the leaders of the local Indigenous organizations to further inform the listed actions, while continuing to train staff using the San’yas Indigenous Cultural Safety Training and pursuing additional in-person or virtual educational […]
Canadians need to learn more about our shared history, Wendy Sturgeon writes Click here to read more on this opinion piece published via NiagaraThisWeek Click here to read via St. Catharines Standard
Click here to read the article about Wendy Sturgeon, the Executive Director’s thoughts on the relationship between Indigenous people and the police force. The article written by Richard Hutton is posted on Niagara This Week. Click here to open.
Read about NCNW’s upcoming inaugural event and how you can participate, and an article written by our Executive Director Wendy Sturgeon herself about the significance of National Indigenous History month and what it means. Click here to download.
Ontario Taking Action to Better Protect Indigenous Women: New Indigenous Women’s Advisory Council to Include Leaders and Experts in Violence Prevention (June 1, 2020) Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services Click here to read the article online or click here to download.
Indigenous Health Network Releases Interactive Toolkit to Address Discrimination and Encourage Partnership
To read more about the IHN’s Interactive Toolkit to address discrimination and encourage partnership, please click here.
To read more about ONWA’s enhanced new website, please click here.
We’re very pleased to announce that Cynthia Lickers-Sage will be the Guest Speaker for our 25th Anniversary Celebration on March 15th.” states Susan Maracle, President of the Niagara Chapter-Native Women Inc., one of the oldest chapters in the Ont. Native Women’s Association (O.N.W.A.) Cynthia Lickers-Sage, a Mohawk artist from Six Nations is a leader in Native […]
Fort Erie – The Niagara Chapter-Native Women Inc. (NCNW) gets a helping hand thanks to a $99,000 grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF). Michelle Sault-White, an OTF representative and Fort Erie Mayor Doug Martin were on hand to celebrate the good news and present the group with a plaque. Tim Hudak, MPP for Erie-Lincoln, […]
WHO Ontario Trillium Foundation representative Michelle Sault-White will join NCNW Board President, Susan Maracle and Fort Erie Mayor Doug Martin WHAT To make an important announcement. WHERE Niagara Chapter-Native Women Inc. 1088 Garrison Rd., Hwy #3 Fort Erie WHEN Friday, June 1, 2007 at 4:30 p.m. The Ontario Trillium Foundation, an agency of the Ministry […]