SNEC catching up with proposed Indigenous Health legislation

Six Nations is gearing up for a fight against the Federal Government’s proposed Indigenous Health legislation. Clairissa Pietron, SNEC’s strategic advisory and systems analyst presented information on the proposed legislation, which has been in the works since 2021, to Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) at its General Council meeting on September 12. The purpose of the presentation was to give SNEC the opportunity to take a stance and form an official position on the proposed legislation. “I just wanted to make sure we can kind of bring us all to the same level of understanding when it comes to the proposed legislation,” she said. She quoted an Indigenous Services correspondence that said, “the indigenous health legislation is an opportunity to establish overarching principles as a foundation of federal health services…

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