Why Indigenous literature matters

Why Indigenous literature matters

AUDIO | Daniel Heath Justice is a Colorado-born Canadian citizen of the Cherokee Nation, a First Nations and Indigenous Studies professor at University of British Columbia and the current Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Literature and Expressive Culture. Justice...

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VIMHS Currents  newsletter for March 2019 is here

VIMHS Currents newsletter for March 2019 is here

Stories of loss, grief, advocacy and activism. Plus...Alfred Andrew and his road to recovery…Michelle Young asks “How do I talk to my young daughter about my depression?”…Brain Injury Symposium looks at brain injury, mental health and substance use…and more. In the...

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VIMHS Currents newsletter for March 2019 is here

Stories of loss, grief, advocacy and activism. Plus...Alfred Andrew and his road to recovery…Michelle Young asks “How do I talk to my young daughter about my depression?”…Brain Injury Symposium looks at brain injury, mental health and substance use…and more. In the...

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VIMHS is currently hiring for the following casual positions: Nurse; Mental Health Support Worker; and Tenant Support Worker. Please send cover letter and resume to gbaker [at] vimhs.org. Position descriptions (in PDF) can be found here: Nurse Job Description, MHSW...

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Help us with your donation on Giving Tuesday, November 27th

Next Tuesday, November 27, is Giving Tuesday. Giving Tuesday is a day when charities, business and individuals come together to celebrate giving. It's the opposite of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. You can find out more about us, Giving Tuesday, and make a donation...

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Number of B.C. teens struggling with anxiety up in 2018: study

While most B.C. youth say they have good lives, more are reporting mental health concerns than five years ago, according to a major survey released Wednesday. The 2018 B.C. Adolescent Health Survey, conducted by the McCreary Centre Society, included responses from...

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Dealing with grief and loss, seeking help and support

AUDIO | The British Columbia Bereavement Helpline provides Monday to Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., access to one-on-one support and information about bereavement support groups, agencies, and peer-based support. It’s a confidential service, promising the most...

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Why Indigenous literature matters

AUDIO | Daniel Heath Justice is a Colorado-born Canadian citizen of the Cherokee Nation, a First Nations and Indigenous Studies professor at University of British Columbia and the current Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Literature and Expressive Culture. Justice...

read more

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