Today, CBHSSJB celebrates International Day of Midwifery under the theme, "Together Again: From Evidence to Reality".
Leaders and community members from across Eeyou Istchee gathered in Montreal, February 21-23, 2023, to renew a commitment to the health and wellbei
This summer, the CBHSSJB will launch a new program to train Eeyou-Eenou’ch midwives. Everyone is welcome to join one of the upcoming info-sessions
On September 30, we honour the survivors of the residential school system and their families and mourn the children who never returned.
"How running helped me heal": Wally Rabbitskin shares his story as a residential school survivor
Waswanipi Awash Department and Waswanipi Robin's Nest will be operating under reduced services until further notice effective today, April 6, 2022.
With 2021 coming to an end, we're looking back at our 2nd pandemic year and feeling grateful for the resilience and cooperation of our clients, par
As cases of COVID-19 rise in Quebec, Public Health urges families and friends to take precautions when gathering for the holidays and recommends sc
October 14 -21, 2021 is Foster Family Appreciation Week across Eeyou Istchee.
On September 30, 2021, CBHSSJB honoured the survivors of the residential school system and their families, and mourned the children who never retur
In June 2021, the phone system at the Chisasibi Regional Hospital was upgraded. Here is information you need to know.
On June 15, 2021, the CBHSSJB Board of Directors approved a new policy on financial support under the CNIHB for clients who must leave their home c
The task force will examine the concerns in Eeyou Istchee regarding youth protection and youth criminal justice matters under the authority of the
In honour of the 215 children who never returned from the Kamloops Indian Residential Schools, the Cree Board of Health and Social Services of Jame
The CBHSSJB and the Cree School Board have worked together to create “COVID-19 School Kits” that will help keep students & schools engaged in t
The start of midwifery services in Chisasibi is a major milestone in the CBHSSJB’s project to bring birthing back to Eeyou/Eenou Istchee.
Childbirth with midwives returns to Eeyou Istchee after an interval of more than 25 years.
On Friday, September 7, 2018, the Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay hosted a Blessing Ceremony in Chisasibi to mark the realiza
Cree parents and children staying at the MUHC Montreal Children’s Hospital will be able to read books in Cree thanks to a donation by Chi
On November 2, 2016, in Montreal, the Cree School Board and the Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay (CBHSSJB) signed an important