August 18, 2009 - FREDERICTON|
Public Alerts (H1N1)
Health Minister Mary Schryer met with representatives from New Brunswick’s First Nations communities, Aboriginal organizations, Regional Health Authorities, and Health Canada’s First Nations Inuit Health Branch on Tuesday, Aug. 18, in Fredericton. The meeting was an opportunity to discuss health-related matters, including the H1N1 flu virus, that directly affect First Nations people in New Brunswick. From left: Debra Keays–White, Health Canada; Chief George Ginnish, Eel Ground; Chief Candice Paul, St. Marys First Nation; Chief Joanna Bernard, Madawaska First Nation; Schryer; Chief Stewart Paul, Tobique First Nation; and Dr. Eilish Cleary, chief medical officer of health.