The new booster is an updated version of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine that is tailored to protect against Omicron, its variants, and the original cor
After discovering a potential health risk related to the foam in certain sleep breathing devices (CPAP and BiPAP sleep machines), the manufacturer,
From July 5 to August 11 the Wabinajuks summer camp in Oujé-Bougoumou brought together children with special needs aged 5 to 12 for a few weeks of
The Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay announces an impact assessment study on the impact of fly-in fly-out (FIFO) on workers, f
The Miyupimâtisîun department is pleased to welcome Dr Malek Sbih as the new Director of Chisasibi Regional Hospital.
Due to a shortage of nursing staff, the walk-in clinic is suspended until further notice. Only appointments and urgent health issues will be attend
The CBHSSJB is pleased to recognize the hard work and perseverance of students who recently completed the first stage of their internship as Patien
Opening hours to the public for pharmacy services will be reduced in Chisasibi, Mistissini, and Waskaganish this summer.
As part of this year’s Summer Active campaign to promote regular physical activity, a 100KM team walking challenge will run from June 17 t
Wiichihiituwin is requesting the cooperation of its clients to face high lodging demands during this busy period of the year on both corridor of se
The bright shining faces of elegantly dressed CBHSSJB employees and their families tell of a sense of accomplishment after a personal journey of de
Wiichihiituwin’s clients (patients and escorts) will benefit from improved food services at the ADC restaurant at Expresso Hotel, starting June 12,
On June 10, 2022 EEPF Officers will set up road blocks for one day in each of the nine communities In Eeyou Istchee to educate drivers on the dange
Continuity of care for the Elders of Chisasibi, Whapmagoostui and Wemindji will be improved through the construction of an Elders' Home in the Cree
This summer, the CBHSSJB will award dozens of summer placements to high school, college and university students studying health and social sciences
The Public Health Department of the Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay recommends that masks continue to be worn indoors in Eeyo