Orange Shirt Day is a day to remember, to witness, and to honour Residential-School survivors, their families, and communities; and to demonstrate a personal and organizational commitment to reconciliation. This year Thursday, September 30 is Orange Shirt Day across Canada.
Orange Shirt Day is a time to remember, to witness, and to honour Residential School Survivors, their families, and communities. It is also an opportunity to take action and demonstrate personal and organizational commitments to reconciliation.
Orange Shirt Day is a day to remember, to witness, and to honour residential school survivors, their families, and communities; and to demonstrate a personal and organizational commitment to reconciliation. This year Thursday September 30, 2021 is Orange Shirt Day.
In a recently published article in the Lancet, An open invitation to address anti-Indigenous systemic racism, Dr.
Resilient Roots: Métis Mental Health and Wellness is a magazine produced by the Métis Nation British Columbia’s (MNBC) Métis Youth (MY) Mental Health and Wellness Initiative.
On July 6, 2021 Mary Simon was appointed as the 30th governor general of Canada. Simon is the first Indigenous person to be appointed to the role.
In this issue we review a new resource, In Her Circle: The influence of the COVID-19 pandemic on Indigenous women’s health in BC. From the BC Women’s Health Foundation and Reciprocal Consulting, this new resource details the barriers facing Indigenous women in accessing health care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
June is Indigenous History Month. This is a time for all Canadians – Indigenous, non-Indigenous, and newcomers – to reflect on and celebrate the history, heritage, and diversity of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Peoples in Canada.