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The Minister of Health since 2008 and the first Inuk in Canadian history to be appointed to the Cabinet of Canada.
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ENG: Leona Aglukkaq, PC, MP (Inuktitut syllabics: ᓕᐅᓇ ᐊᒡᓘᒃᑲᖅ) (born June 28, 1967) is a Canadian politician, who was elected to the Canadian House of Commons as a Conservative in the 2008 Canadian federal election for the riding of Nunavut. Aglukkaq was named the Minister of Health on October 30, 2008, and is the first Inuk in Canadian history to be appointed to the Cabinet of Canada. Jack Anawak and Nancy Karetak-Lindell previously held parliamentary secretary positions, which are not part of the cabinet itself. Aglukkaq was born in Inuvik, Northwest Territories and raised in, Thom Bay, Taloyoak and Gjoa Haven (formerly in the NWT but all three are now in Nunavut). She is married to Robbie MacNeil and has a son, Cooper. Prior to running as an MP she was an MLA ...
para33contra   In my opinion Leona Aglukkaq is quite good and reliable politician. He / She has my support!, positive
para33contra   I am strongly opposed! Leona Aglukkaq is very bad choice. I do not agree with his / her political views., negative
para1contra   She is a puppet who does nothing for the people of Canada. Very disapointed in her service., wakeup
para1contra   Leona "I'd rather let my people starve than admit hunger to the UN" Aglukkaq has sold her people down the river for a little Harper acceptance. Shame, shame, shame!!!, YukonGale
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Aborigin.health agency's 'governance' issues cited for cuts

One of the reasons the federal government pulled funding for the National Aboriginal Health Organization (NAHO) was due to its "governance challenges," says Federal Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq. "Health Canada worked with NAHO in an attempt to resolve these issues but, unfortunately, they were not addressed," Aglukkaq said in a statement. The statement went on to say how some organizations, such as the Assembly of First Nations (AFN), withdrew support from NAHO. CBC News learned last week the federal government plans to cut more than 800 positions at Health Canada. Despite those cuts, ...

Cuts at Health Can. reduce scrutiny of 1st-nations spending

First nations that have proven themselves to be good managers of federal health dollars will face less oversight as part of the Conservative government’s cost-cutting efforts. Health Canada says it doesn’t make sense to require first nations with a good track record of fiscal accountability to go through an entire 150-step process to get approval for grants and contributions. “This is part of the spending review. We are looking for ways to do things more efficiently,” said Steve Outhouse, a spokesman for Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq. The First Nations and Inuit ...

Statement by the Honourable Leona Aglukkaq

Canada is a world leader in tobacco control. Smoking is at an all-time low in Canada, with smoking rates dropping to a historic low of 17%. The number of Canadians who smoke on a daily basis is even lower, at 13%. Our government is proud of the work we have done, and is now refocusing our anti-smoking grants and contributions program towards populations with higher smoking rates. In particular, aboriginal populations within Canada have rates as high as 50%. We are committed to helping all Canadians in their fight against smoking. Our Government has introduced new warning labels on cigarette ...

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