Beefy Chiefs 2.0 – July Prize Winners
Roberts walks length of Vancouver Island! Kruger most active minutes
Photo: Chief John Kruger wins in July for most active minutes
In July, those participating in the Step Up challenge walked a combined total of over 2820 km. Which is the same distance as walking from Whitehorse to Vancouver and then to Penticton.
Each month three Beefy Chiefs participants have the chance to win a Fitbit for a family member- we are excited to share with you this month’s big winners!Read More
Beefy Chiefs Eligibility Expanded
Beefy Chiefs 2.0 – Eligibility has been expanded to all BC First Nations!
The 2nd Annual First Nations Health Leadership Challenge – Beefy Chiefs 2.0 Step Up Challenge has been expanded to all BC First Nations citizens. The First Nations Health Council challenges all BC First Nations to sign up to compete alongside our leadership for most steps, distance, and active minutes. Registrants must be participating on behalf of a community to be eligible for quarterly and the grand prize, which will awarded at Gathering Wisdom for a Shared Journey VII. We also have many exciting monthly and random prizes for our respected partners and participants!Read More
FNHC Challenges BC Chiefs and Health Leaders to ‘Step Up’ to Health and Wellness Challenge
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June 24, 2014
First Nations Health Council Challenges BC Chiefs and Health Leaders to ‘Step Up’ to Health and Wellness Challenge
COAST SALISH TERRITORY (Vancouver, BC) – Today the First Nations Health Council (FNHC) challenges BC First Nations Chiefs and health leaders to Step Up to the 2nd Annual First Nations Health Leadership Challenge: Beefy Chiefs 2.0 – Step Up.Read More
First Nations Health Council expresses gratitude as National Chief Shawn A-in-chut Atleo resigns
COAST SALISH TERRITORY (Vancouver BC)—The First Nations Health Council (FNHC) today extends sincere gratitude and respect as Shawn A-in-chut Atleo resigns as National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations.Read More