eHealth Long Term Strategy

The eHealth Long Term Strategy – A Plan for Action 2012-2022 was passed in March of 2012 at Brokenhead Ojibway Nation by the AMC Executive Council of Chiefs, on behalf of the Chiefs in Assembly. This document encompasses an extensive plan specific to eHealth.


Tying together the clusters through eHealth systems. The First Nations governance body guiding the FNHSSM eHealth Unit in the promotion, development, implementation and support of new and ongoing eHealth initiatives for Manitoba First Nations communities.


  • Representation from the 7 Tribal Councils
  • 2 Northern Independent Nations
  • 2 Southern Independent nations
  • 1 Independent Chief representative from the north
  • 1 Independent Chief representative from the south
  • 2 non-voting Elders Advisors, one female and one male and two non-voting Youth Advisors, one North and one South, between ages 18-30 are appointed by the FNHSSM Board of Directors.
  • 1 representative from Southern Chiefs Organization and one from Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak will be ex officio members.


Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs & First Nations Health and Social Secretariat of Manitoba (FNHSSM) Resolution MAR-16.05


We reach First Nations people in Manitoba and strengthen physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health, using health- related applications and technology.


We see a world where all Manitoba First Nations are achieving holistic benefits from access to timely, excellent health care and traditional healing; and seeing all the positive socio-economic aspects of being connected through current technology, by First Nations, for First Nations.


As the eAniskopitak Stewards Circle, our mission is to guide the way and clear the path for the fast, effective and meaningful adoption of eHealth technology, capacity and sustainability in every First Nations community in Manitoba.