COVID-19 Collection

Resources relevant to the health of Indigenous Peoples in Canada

The COVID-19 collection is a selective repository of resources related both directly and indirectly to COVID-19 and the health of First Nations, Inuit and Métis populations in Canada. The resources are diverse, covering a wide range of topics and formats. They include: information sheets, posters and videos that can inform Indigenous communities about prevention measures, available resources, and how to maintain mental health and stay connected to culture; protocols and guidelines for health care and social services providers; tools to inform community, organizational, and provincial/territorial pandemic planning and responses; as well as journal articles and reports and statements from international organizations about human rights and socio-economic implications that can inform policy responses to COVID-19. This collection also contains NCCIH resources related to the same subjects.

The collection is intended to be of use to broad audiences, including Indigenous communities, health practitioners and policy makers. The collection can be searched by health topic, subject/keyword, publication type and year published.

While all resources were freely accessible on the Internet when they were included, the NCCIH assumes no responsibility for any links that are broken or changes in free access.


The material included in this collection are resources that are, for the most part, external to the NCCIH. They are intended for general information only on an ‘AS IS’ and “as available” basis. Please refer to the NCCIH’s disclaimer on its Privacy Policy.