Gitxsan youth aged 30 years and under are invited to submit their designs for the Wii’O’om Niin Community Response Network (CRN) to help Indigenize the
“Okay, Boomer.” “Snowflake. Slacker.” Anyone else noticing the quiet, yet ugly exchanges between the generations in the last little while? Especially between seniors and millennials?
For this year’s World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD), several BC Community Response Networks (CRNs) took a pledge on June 15 to end elder abuse.
The town of Smithers in Northwestern, BC is part of the traditional territory of the Witsuwit’en First Nation and is known nationally as a hub
Meet Lorraine of the Gitxsan Nation in Northwestern BC. (“My Indigenous name is Baby Skin.”) She is a well-respected traditional medicine woman in her community,
BC CRN’s team of Regional Mentors helps communities establish Community Response Networks (CRNs). Mentors provide ongoing local support in the coordination of responses to abuse,
Statement from BC CRN Board Member, Derek Thompson: Reflecting on the Unmarked Graves of 215 Children at the Kamloops Indian Residential School
215. There is no more of a profound truth than having to come to terms with the death of a child. Equal to this burden