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June 27th, 2022 Workshop in Winnipeg



New publication!

Hui A, Philips-Beck W, Campbell R, Sinclair S, Kuzdak C, Courchene E, Roulette M, Mousseau W, Beaulieu D, Wood E, Munroe G, Desjarlais F,  Ludwig S, Wicklow B, McGavock J, Sellers E, Nickel N, Jiang D, Thiessen K, Pylypjuk C, Morris M, Shen Morris M, Shen GX.  Impact of Remote Prenatal Education on Program Participation and Breastfeeding in Rural and Remote […]



Check out our Facebook page

During COVID 19 period, a few prenatal groups started giving online pre/postnatal lessons regularly. Facebook messenger groups are more active than before. Many resources were posted directly in the groups and on our Facebook page. Check it out!



Prenatal garden in Sagkeeng

Moms in Sagkeeng started their prenatal garden this year! Lots to plant! We have cucumber, tomatoes, dill, carrots, beets, peppers, and more! Working in the garden is a great way to catch up with your friends, with other moms, and to distress yourself!



Breastfeeding and COVID-19

Is breastfeeding still safe during COVID-19 pandemic? Are you affected by postpartum depression? What You Need To Know About Breastfeeding, Donor Milk, And COVID-19 Postpartum depression Bringing a new baby home is exciting. However, you might also feel tired and sometimes a little “down”, like having a “baby blue”. This kind of feeling can disappear […]



Prenatal care during COVID-19 period

Being pregnant is a wonderful thing. However, being pregnant during this COVID-19 pandemic could be stressful. If you have questions and concerns, please feel free to contact us. We have a team that volunteers their time to help out. Also, we will keep updating health information on this website. Please check back to this website […]



Prenatal gardens are doing great!

The prenatal garden bed in Sagkeeng First Nations community is doing really well. Potatoes, strawberries, onions, beans, etc. all came out nicely. Thank you for the hard working moms! (see pic attached)  



Saskatoon Jam – Nancy Trottier, Elder- Frog Lake First Nation

Directions: Wash 5 quarts (5 L) of Saskatoon’s with clean water to remove microorganisms and dirt Put berries in blender on “chop” Add 3/4 cup (175 ml) sugar for every 1 cup (250ml) of berries Mix in 1 can (240 ml) of crushed pineapple and juice Let stand until sugar is dissolved, stirring often Process […]



Saskatoon Soup – Rachel Betty Hoof, Elder- Kainai First Nation

This recipe is perfect for fresh or dried berries. Directions: Wash berries with clean water to remove microorganisms and dirt Boil soup bones from meat and strain Use broth of soup bones to cook Saskatoon berries Add 1/2 Teaspoon (2 ml) of salt Cook for approximately 1/2 hour Mix approximately 2 Tablespoons (30ml) of flour […]



(Sandy Bay Event) And Naming Ceremony

On our recent trip to Sandy Bay (June 18th) we had a discussion on the importance of the naming ceremony. Below is a quick summery of what the naming ceremony is and it’s importance. The Naming Ceremony remembers the Original Man’s sacrifice for naming everything. It requires a father and mother to ask a medicine […]