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REGISTRATION IS OPEN! for the upcoming FNHDA AGM September 15, 16, 17, 2015!

August 19th, 2015

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We are proud to host the First Nations Health Directors Association 2015 AGM at the beautiful Tigh-Na-Mara resort in Parksville on Vancouver Island September 15-17, 2015. This year the FNHDA AGM will be themed around Cultural Safety, with a focus on your Wellness Journey, highlighting self-care and providing wellness activities on-site. A formal event will be hosted on the evening of September 16th. We hope you will all be able to join us for this event. If you have any suggestions for the agenda please send them to us.  You can reach us by emailing fnhda@fnha.ca.

Register for the AGM here

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