By Laura E. Young
SUDBURY – Having secured an education system reflective of its culture, the Anishinabek Nation is transforming the way it does health care, starting with a series of community meetings and engagement sessions this winter.
“Right now the political environment is positive for everything we’re doing. It’s time to hit the gas and let’s go with this. We want to go with the momentum that the two levels of government have for us,” said Cathy Bellefeuille, health transformation consultant with the Anishinabek Nation, during the first session in Sudbury, January 31 and February 2.
If there is any change in government, the gains made will be positive and strong enough to continue the momentum, she said.
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