• 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 as a result of a decision reached at the 3rd International Conference on Diabetes and Indigenous Peoples with active participation of the SUGAR (Strategies for Undermining Glucose in…

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  • Membership

    Membership continues to grow and this continued financial support assists NADA 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

    NADA’s Annual Reports are distributed to our members 21 days prior to the Annual General Assembly. The reports include NADA’s activities and audited financial statements. NADA 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 Aboriginal Diabetes Association Inc.
103-90 Garry Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
R3C 4H1

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  • 18th B.C. Aboriginal Diabetes Conference
Diabetes: Sharing is caring
March 18-21, 2019 Penticton Lakeside Resort and Conference Centre, Penticton, BC
  • This year's "Your Health Matters" Calendar is a product partnership between the National Aboriginal Diabetes Association and the Indigenous Sport & Wellness Ontario (ISWO) 
The National Aboriginal Diabetes Association and Indigenous Sport & Wellness Ontario (ISWO) have partnered to develop the 2019 Your Health Matters Calendar. ISWO has shared pictures and information about a number of Indigenous athletes who are Wellness Warriors and have taken part in the "Wellness Warrior"campaign, developed by Indigenous Sport & Wellness Ontario. Though sharing about their paths and journeys, the athletes in the calendar hope to inspire and influence others to get involved in sport and physical activity. 
As with previous NADA calendars, each day on the calendar has three spots to record blood sugar levels if you are a person living with diabetes and conducting regular tests. Self-testing your blood sugar (blood glucose) can be an important tool in managing your treatment plan and preventing long-term complications of diabetes. 
All the best in 2019!
Please visit www.nada.ca for calendar order forms. #nonprofit
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  • Happy Holidays! From the board of directors and staff of the National Aboriginal Diabetes Association. #community #nonprofit

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