Posts By: Hiawatha First Nation

Extended Hours at Peterborough Public Health for COVID-19 Screening

Residents with Mild Symptoms Asked to Consult with a Public Health Nurse Listen to an audio clip of Brittany Cadence, Communications Manager Peterborough Public Health announced today that it will be offering extended phone hours to screen residents concerned about COVID-19 if they have mild respiratory symptoms. “We are encouraging all residents with mild respiratory… Read more…

Everyone Has a Role Preventing the Spread of COVID-19

While Risk Remains Low, Community Advised to Prepare Listen to Rosana Salvaterra, Medical Officer of Health here. While there are still no local cases and the risk of severe illness remains low, Peterborough Public Health is advising organizations and local residents that now is the time to get ready for the arrival of COVID-19 in… Read more…

Peterborough Public Health Issues Third Frostbite Alert of the Season

Alert Covers the City and County of Peterborough and Curve Lake and Hiawatha First Nations Peterborough Public Health has issued the third Frostbite Alert of the season because of forecasted nightly wind chill values of -26 or lower from Wednesday, February 19 to the morning of Thursday, February 20. Extreme cold events are a potentially… Read more…

The Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians

To begin raising awareness on water issues, AIAI will be supporting all seven member Nations in their celebration of World Water Day on March 22, 2020. Additionally, there will be a main event hosted in Batchewana First Nation with a new community selected to host the main event each year. Details to follow shortly. MOHAWKS… Read more…