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Swan Lake First Nation
200-200 Alpine Way
Headingley, Manitoba  R4H 1C8


Southern First Nations Network of Care
Communications
Communication Strategy
 
  • Media and Public Relations – The Communications Unit works to develop materials and provide information to the media and general public about the SN, its activities and positions as well as the overall mandate/mission and priorities therein. The Unit recognizes that the majority of Manitobans receive their information about First Nations primarily through the media and works to establish a constructive working relationship to ensure the SN is viewed as a constructive and productive organization. The Unit also utilizes other channels to reach the public directly (speaking opportunities, publications, Internet, etc.).
     
  • Public Awareness and Public Education – The Communications Unit will develop and implement Public Awareness and Public Education Strategies based on its activities and positions to promote awareness and understanding of the issues, priorities and mandate/mission /history of First Nations Child and family Services in Manitoba.
     
  • Strategic Communications Policy and Planning – the Communications Unit develops and implements SN Communications in relation to specific strategies for specific events, products, issues or initiatives. The Unit provides advice, recommendations and communications support to specific Child and family policies and protocols.
     
  • Coordinate/Facilitate Communications - The Unit also serves to coordinate/facilitate communications activities across the four Authorities; Southern Manitoba Child and Family Authority; Northern Manitoba Child and Family Authority; Métis Child and Family Authority; and the General Child and Family Authority, in order to ensure consistency and clarity in public activities.