Simply put, “Jordan’s Principle” is a child-first principle calling on the government of first contact to ensure First Nations children can access public services on the same terms as other children. The principle was a result of Jordan River Anderson, who was a First Nations child from Norway House Cree Nation in Manitoba. He was born with complex medical needs that could not be treated on-reserve.
It’s long been understood that sunlight affects our mood. For Canadians and others who live far from the equator, we have come to know that our long winters filled with short days makes us cranky.
February 4th was World Cancer Day, when organizations from around the globe join in the common cause of raising awareness, raising money and influencing policy makers. All in an effort to push towards a cure for this devastating disease, and to improve care and support for cancer patients in the meantime.
Every quarter, we take a look at our most popular tweets from the previous quarter, and reflect on what we can learn from them. After all, we are offering a variety of different information to our followers, so if certain kinds of information is more popular than others, that’s a good indicator that our audience wants more of that kind of information.
Happy New Year! And as your new year’s resolution, you’ve decided to start an exercise regimen. Good for you! Along with healthy eating, regular exercise is a great way to lose weight, increase energy, improve sleep and generally feel better.