Leaders and community members from across Eeyou Istchee gathered in Montreal, February 21-23, 2023, to renew a commitment to the health and wellbei
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
On March 30, 2022, The Nishîyû Council of Elders (NCOE) had their quarterly meeting in Gatineau, Quebec.
We would like to recognize the dedication and commitment of caregivers across the Eeyou Istchee.
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
We would like to thank all caregivers - professionals, family members, friends, community members - for their hard work and their efforts to ensure
The Cree Health Board celebrates the hard work of our Occupational Therapists (OTs).
Cancer screening can help you or a loved one detect cancer early.
On September 30, 2021, CBHSSJB honoured the survivors of the residential school system and their families, and mourned the children who never retur
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
On Monday, June 14, Bertie Wapachee, Chairperson of the Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay, joined the Grand Chief Dr.
On Monday, June 14, The Nishîyȗ Council of Elders (NCOE) of Eeyou Istchee and the CBHSSJB Nishîyȗ Department issued a statement in the wake of the
On June 15, families and communities across Eeyou Istchee come together to acknowledge the often underestimated and ignored problem of elder mistre
Elders play an important role in our communities as the keepers of language, tradition and culture, so it is difficult to accept that they might al