Meet Dr. Nadine Caron, Canada’s First Female First Nations Surgeon

CBC’s, “The Current” which recently profiled Dr. Nadine Caron, the first Indigenous woman to graduate from the University of British Columbia’s medical school at the top of her class and Canada’s first female First Nations general surgeon. She said that she’s optimistic about the future of Indigenous health care in Canada, but there’s still work to be done.

Summer Programs Provide Opportunities For Possible Military Career For Aboriginal Peoples

In early July the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) Aboriginal Summer Programs, Bold Eagle, Black Bear, and Raven, will begin continuing a tradition of providing military training, leadership skills, and cultural awareness for approximately 150 participants from across Canada. Graduates may choose to seek employment in the CAF once complete, although there is no obligation.