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A Second Chance: A Gladue Rights Story

Aboriginal Legal Aid in BC launched A Second Chance: A Gladue Rights Story. The story is about Gladue rights for Aboriginal peoples. Gladue rights encourage judges to take a restorative justice approach to sentencing. This means that the judge must try to come up with sentence that will help you and MORE


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Breastfeeding Wellness Teachings from FNHA

The First Nations Health Authority released a breastfeeding wellness teachings resource. It outlines the importance of supporting breastfeeding for mothers and babies alongside the acronym of ‘wellness.’ It ends with listing 4 key message for this resource: Breast Feeding: Reclaiming our Tradition; Wellness is Breastfeeding; It takes a community to raise MORE


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NCCIH Resource on Culturally Safe Children’s Rehabilitation Services with Indigenous Community, Families & Children

The National Collaborating Centre for Aboriginal Health recently hosted a webinar by Alison Gerlach, PhD, who spoke on her research that explores socially-responsive approaches to children’s rehabilitation with Indigenous communities, families and children. The webinar provides a critical analysis of the concept of “children’s rehabilitation,” an understanding of how rehabilitation MORE


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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