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Association canadienne franeaise de l'Alberta, Calgary. To improve the health and well-being of children and their families living in conditions of risk; reduce developmental delays at the time of school entry; enhance parenting skills and support; and build capacity in the francophone community in the domain of children's health. $270,000

Brighter Futures Family Resource Society, Breton, AB. To strengthen the Community Action Program for Children and the Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program (CAPC/CPNP) projects by conducting four regional training events on the National Projects Fund (NPF) resources, and to create a DVD of the training event to be distributed to CAPC/CPNP projects. $85,000

Algonquins of Pikwakanagan, Pikwakanagan, ON. For First Nations, Inuit and Aboriginal health services delivery, health governance and infrastructure support. $2,124,305

Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing, Morson, ON. For First Nations, Inuit and Aboriginal health services delivery, community programs, health protection, primary health care, health governance and infrastructure support. $233,662

Anishnabie Naadmaagigamig Substance Abuse Treatment Centre, Blind River, ON. For First Nations, Inuit and Aboriginal health services delivery, health facilities and capital program. $75,635
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Publication:Community Action
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Date:Mar 20, 2008
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