Social networks are important for promoting and maintaining health and well-being. Métis men and women with strong family networks reported better mental health than those with weak networks. This is among the findings of a study released today in the publication Health Reports that examines associations between family networks and self-perceived health among Métis aged 45 or older. Read more >>>

Sharing Health Information

A collaboration between MNBC, Métis Nation Saskatchewan, and the INAC Office of the Federal Interlocutor resulted in a report on how to share health information with the Métis Communities in BC. This collaboration has led to a new research project that is currently underway with the Métis Nation Saskatchewan that will compare health and well-being of Métis people in BC and Saskatchewan. This page will also hold the reports resulting from data linking projects and the MNBC Comprehensive survey once these projects are complete. You will also find press releases, news articles, academic journal articles and reports related to the health and well-being of Métis People on this page as they become available.

Information Sharing Agreement
MNBC Métis Public Health Magazine
Aboriginal Health Contacts

Aboriginal Health Contacts within Regional Health Authorities and Provincial Health Services Authority

Canadian Diabetes Association Pacific Branches
Heart and Stroke Foundation of BC & Yukon