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Agreement-in-Principle (AIP) Information Session for First Nations – June 27 – 12:30-2pm

Squamish Nation Territory.  The Indigenous Child & Family Services Directors will host an information session on the implementation of the national …

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Indigenous Child & Family News – May & June 2022 – Issue #22

Indigenous Child & Family News, May & June 2022, Issue #22 celebrates the June 6, 7, 8 & 9 Partnership Forum and Directors Forum – …

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FNCARES Spring Talk 2022 – A National Crime: Is it Over?

In this webinar, speakers discuss the denial of genocide in Canada and the importance of holding the government accountable for ongoing injustices against …

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Indigenous Child & Family News – April 2022 – Issue #21

  Indigenous Child & Family News, April 2022, Issue #21 features a Message from Mary Teegee, Chair of the Indigenous Child & Family Services …

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What needs to change to support well-being of B.C. First Nations children, families, and communities?

Message to First Nations Who Do Not Receive Services from an Indigenous Child and Family Services Agency (Delegated Aboriginal Agency) The Institute of …

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Internal review into Indigenous Services Canada should be public: advocate

From FNLC Children & Families: Ottawa will open the department of Indigenous Services up for a review to identify ways it discriminates against First …

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At a Crossroads report highlights ongoing discrimination against Urban Indigenous Families

Representative for Children and Youth (RCYBC) documents how needs-based prevention funding stops at reserve boundary. The Indigenous Child & Family …

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For Tzeachten Chief Derek Epp success in prevention programs is tempered by those left behind

When a Stó:lō mother of three passed away from cancer in 2021, the collaboration between family, Nation, and agency wrapped the kids in love and supported …

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