In this document, you will find some general recommendations from Indigenous Services Canada concerning ventilation in homes during the pandemic. This guidance provides information on how indoor ventilation, in combination with other recommended public health measures, can reduce the spread of COVID-19. GUIDANCE - VENTILATION IN HOMES DURING COVID-19
The provincial government has announced new health measures effective January 9. These measures will have the following impacts on community services: Council Office The Council office is closed to visitors until February 8. However, the various services will continue to be offered by telephone or e-mail. Health Center The health center remains open and continues [...]
The exceptional context of the COVID-19 pandemic is creating complex situations for First Nations communities, particularly for people struggling with addiction issues. The special benefit service for addiction treatment will be exceptionally open to all First Nations members living in communities and requiring urgent treatment. This opening of the benefit ends on March 31, 2021. [...]
The announcement of cases of COVID-19 in the community of Odanak may cause some confusion as to the instructions to be followed according to each person's condition. Therefore, we would like to remind you of the rules issued by the Public Health: Instructions for people with COVID-19 in home isolation Instructions for people who have [...]
We wish to inform you that due to current health regulations, the Odanak Health Center as well as the offices of the Abenaki Council of Odanak will be accessible by appointment ONLY. We therefore invite you to contact your usual contacts to make an appointment. Thank you for your collaboration!
We would like to remind you that in this time of pandemic, every person entering Canada has an obligation, upon arrival : to quarantine for 14 days; to give their contact information when they enter Canada; to monitor their health status for symptoms similar to COVID-19. As a result, these persons will not be allowed [...]
The offices of the Abenaki Council of Odanak are now reopened. Members can access the reception desk during the Council's normal business hours to, among other things, proceed with the payment in person of certain accounts. To meet with one of the agents of our different services, please make an appointment by calling 450-568-2810. | [...]