• History

    The Assembly of First Nations declared 1995 as the Year of First Nations and Diabetes. In the same year, the National Aboriginal Diabetes Association (NADA) was formed (now re-named National Indigenous Diabetes Association) as a result of a decision reached at the 3rd International Conference on Diabetes and Indigenous Peoples with active participation of the…

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  • Membership

    Membership continues to grow and this continued financial support assists NIDA in fulfilling its goals and objectives.  The proceeds from membership fees go to funding our activities and projects whether you are a community, health professional or corporate member.

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  • Reports

    NIDA’s Annual Reports are distributed to our members 21 days prior to the Annual General Assembly. The reports include NIDA’s activities and audited financial statements. NIDA keeps current information for the past 2 years only. If you need older reports, please go to archives or contact us.

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National Indigenous Diabetes Association Inc.
103-90 Garry Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
R3C 4H1

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  • From the 2017 NADA Calendar, a Cedar Tea recipe!
  • The BC Aboriginal Diabetes CONFERENCE scheduled for March 16-19, next week, has been POSTPONED due to coronavirus risk. Under careful consideration and at the direction of the First Nations Health Authority, the Conference Advisory Committee has decided to postpone the conference until the fall. Donna, conference coordinator, is working with the hotel today to determine a suitable date in the fall. Those that have registered can be assure their registration is good for the rescheduled date, which soon will be confirmed.

If you have booked rooms at Lakeside, please call and cancel your booking.

Lakeside Resort 1800 663 9400.

This was a difficult decision to make, however the most important thing is to keep Elders and FN communities safe. Donna is in process of contacting those involved: facilitators, registered participants, vendors, etc., to let everyone know that we have had to postpone this event. 
If sick, stay home. Wash your hands, keep your sneezes and cough to yourself, into a tissue or your sleeve. Together through being vigilant we can keep communities safe and get thru this. Thank you all for your understanding.
  • NIDA staff attended the 5th Annual Bridging Indigenous Knowledge with the Latest Information on Commercial Tobacco Conference.

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