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Vancouver Early Years Partnership Develops New SEL Matters Website

Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) is a critical component to the healthy development of young children – impacting how we process emotions, achieve goals, maintain positive relationships and make responsible decisions in our lives. The Vancouver Early Years Partnership developed the new SEL Matters website to offer early years providers and parents/caregivers MORE


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Aboriginal Legal Aid in BC Extended Family Program

Aboriginal Legal Aid in BC helps Aboriginal peoples in BC understand their legal rights by providing legal information and connecting communities to legal support. Their website relaunch features five videos sharing experiences of overcoming complicated legal issues with the help of Legal Aid BC. One of these videos is Doris’s story about taking her grandchild MORE


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Provincial Metis Early Years Program Pamphlet

 The Métis Early Years Program is a program developed by Métis National British Columbia for Métis families with children birth to 8 years. The goal of the Métis Early Years Program is to connect Métis families to their community and culture and link them to early years programs and services in their MORE


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Statistics on Indigenous peoples

Statistics Canada recently launched their Statistic on Indigenous Peoples webpage that hosts data on a variety of topics including Indigenous children, crime and victimization, and income and spending. Each topic holds dozens of research articles and reports on the breadth of research within that topic.


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Re-Imagining Community Inclusion Report

Shane Simpson, Minister of Social Development and Poverty Reduction, announced the Re-Imagining Community Inclusion Initiative in May 2018. It was to focus on how we envision services for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in 10 years, the pathway forward, and how we work together to get there. They recently MORE


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Youth Take Action: Digital Citizenship Resources

In April, SFU Public Square hosted the Confronting the Disinformation Age Community Summit. The summit considered how the proliferation of disinformation is impacting society and challenging our capacity to make informed decisions about our economic, social, and political lives. Two resources were created from the summit. The Youth Take Action MORE


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Spotlight’s Best Practices: Child Welfare Journalism Report

Dylan Cohen, Fostering Change Campaign Organizer, worked with Spotlight: Child Welfare to discuss the best practices for journalists interviewing youth, parents and others with lived experience in the child welfare system. He developed tip sheets drawing on existing literature, his own experiences with media, and interviews with youth and parents MORE