BC Association of Community Response Networks

Our Top Resources for December 2022


  1. Territory Acknowledgements Information Booklet (Dec. 2022): Published by the First Nations Health Authority, this guide answers some common questions around why and how to acknowledge traditional First Nations territories in BC, and share wise practices from institutions across BC and Canada on how to move beyond just recognition to create concrete and systemic improvements in settler-First Nations relationships. The important thing to remember is that acknowledging traditional territory is a small part of a process, and each individual is at a different stage in their own learning, and their own stage of reconciling with their own history and with First Nations peoples in Canada. The booklet also includes additional resources from across the country.
  2. Elder Abuse – Learn the Signs and Break the Silence (Video): (Content trigger warning – This video shows staged and scripted skits adult abuse examples, which may be upsetting for some of our readers.) Produced by the Government of Alberta in partnership with the Alberta Elder Abuse Awareness network, this video illustrates what adult abuse could look like and ways you can safely help.
  3. The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre Facebook: Receive updated information on the latest scams and frauds making the rounds across the country.

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