The evidence is clear, North America’s first legal supervised consumption site in Vancouver, has had over 4.6 million visits and reversed 11,856 overdoses. Article in the Tyee by Michelle Gamage [...]
This project sponsored by BC Network Environment for Indigenous Health Research (BCNEIHR) and a student from my Soci 439 class (thanks Kalea!), is a video (available here) describing how to be an [...]
A report from BCIT News highlights personal stories and various statistics. Available here.
From their website: Authentic Indigenous Experts We know that reconciliation efforts are easier when Indigenous Education Consultants are engaged in your work. Our educators are authentic [...]
From their webpage – Vision: We envision a future where Indigenous youth are empowered and connected as dynamic leaders in vibrant and thriving communities. Purpose: As a national [...]
From their website, “The New Brunswick Aboriginal Peoples Council is leading a community driven project called Looking Out For Each Other: Assisting Aboriginal families and communities when [...]