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Heart Smart Kids
The HeartSmart Kids™ (HSK) is for students in grades K to 6 in Indigenous communities across the country. This program is designed to help educators teach children and families how to lead healthy lifestyles by providing free print resources for every student. A section about Tobacco-Free living is included. If you are a teacher or health educator of students in grades K-6, register and complete the short and convenient online training to become an official HeartSmart Kids™ (HSK) educator – certificate included! After completing the training you will have access to background information on each health topic, online support, options to share stories and feedback, plus easy annual reordering – all for free!

National Association of Friendship Centres: My Journey with Tobacco: Youth Tobacco Cessation Toolkit and Facilitator's Guide.

IT'S TIME: Indigenous Tools and Strategies on Tobacco Interventions, Medicines, and Education

Health Canada: First Nations & Inuit Health – Tobacco

“These Girls Are Our Future”: Exploring Aboriginal Ownership of Non-Traditional Tobacco Control Research.

Towards Effective Tobacco Control in First Nations and Inuit communities.

A Case Study Approach: Lessons Learned in Ontario- Aboriginal Tobacco Cessation

Cancer Care Ontario - Aboriginal Tobacco Program

Inuit Tobacco-Free Network

National Indian & Inuit Community Health Representatives Organization: Tobacco Resources

Tobacco Cessation Strategies for First Nations, Inuit and Métis: An Environmental Scan and Annotated Bibliography

Select Health Indicators of First Nations People Living Off Reserve, Métis and Inuit- January 2013

Sacred Tobacco, Sacred Children - Strategies to Promote Smoke-Free Homes in Aboriginal Families

Research on Non-Traditional Tobacco Use Reduction in Aboriginal Communities: OTRU Update January 2015

Canadian Partnership Against Cancer Leading Practices in First Nation, Inuit and Métis Smoking Cessation Program Scan