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Major Andre Berdais, director of communications for the medical services branch, says the military has no objections to Bailey's book but has no funds that can be used for such projects because all money is reserved for patient care.
She has also been a community health nurse with Health Canada's Medical Services Branch throughout the Prince Albert area and currently resides in Eston, an hour's drive from Saskatoon.
Paul Cochrane, 56, a former assistant deputy minister with Health Canada's Medical Services Branch (MSB) who lives in the Ottawa suburb of Kanata, was charged with one count of breach of trust and seven counts of fraud against the government on July 3.
There was a draft resolution put forth by Treaty 7 that supported the development of phase one (development of the concept and framework) for a First Nations of Alberta Health Institute, for which they wanted Medical Services Branch funding to flow through the First Nations Resource Council.
The Medical Services Branch reports that the results of an intensive TB testing campaign initiated this fall have finally come in, and appear to be relatively good news for those concerned that the handful of TB cases discovered last fall meant a widespread infection.
Tuberculosis occurs 18 times as often in Aboriginal people as in Canadian-born, non-Aboriginal people, a 1999 Medical Services Branch (MSB) report says.
I've had a number of conversations with the minister on four main issues; that is the management at the hospital, the involvement of First Nations people in that, the personnel of Medical Services Branch and the lack of doctors and nurses," he said.
She began her nursing career with Medical Services Branch in Wemindji, Que.