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Patrick Aleck, from Stz’uminus and Penelakut First Nations, is a rising community builder

February 15th, 2016 | Posted by pfmarchive in uncategorized - (Comments Off on Patrick Aleck, from Stz’uminus and Penelakut First Nations, is a rising community builder)

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banner pfrPatrick Aleck says “I’m not supposed to be here right now,” referring to cerebral palsy and life challenges, “but I am” — and he’s making a difference in the community

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“We need more men to stand with women and speak up about this issue”: JR LaRose

February 8th, 2016 | Posted by pfmarchive in uncategorized - (Comments Off on “We need more men to stand with women and speak up about this issue”: JR LaRose)

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banner pfrFormer BC Lions football player JR LaRose is a leader in the “Be More Than a Bystander” initiative aimed at increasing awareness and understanding about the impact of men’s violence against women

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Call to action concludes powerful JR LaRose anti-violence presentation

February 2nd, 2016 | Posted by pfmarchive in uncategorized - (Comments Off on Call to action concludes powerful JR LaRose anti-violence presentation)

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Patrick Aleck, from Stz’uminus First Nation, shared a powerful call to action at the conclusion of former B.C. Lions’ JR LaRose’s “Be More Than a Bystander” event February 1st in Nanaimo

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JR LaRose to speak in Nanaimo about preventing violence against women

January 18th, 2016 | Posted by pfmarchive in uncategorized - (Comments Off on JR LaRose to speak in Nanaimo about preventing violence against women)

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banner pfr“Be More Than a Bystander” is an initiative between the Ending Violence Association of BC and the BC Lions aimed at increasing awareness and understanding about the impact of men’s violence against women

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Report card finds that B.C. fails to make the grade in women’s equality

November 9th, 2015 | Posted by pfmarchive in uncategorized - (Comments Off on Report card finds that B.C. fails to make the grade in women’s equality)

picture 652pfr banner workingWhile the situation for women in BC has seen minor improvements this year, unfortunately for many women, BC continues to fail to deliver on its responsibilities, West Coast LEAF says

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Aboriginal framework sees mental wellness as balance of mental, physical, spiritual, emotional

August 31st, 2015 | Posted by pfmarchive in uncategorized - (Comments Off on Aboriginal framework sees mental wellness as balance of mental, physical, spiritual, emotional)

picture 640pfr banner workingCanada’s First Nations Mental Wellness Continuum Framework presents a shared vision for the future of First Nations mental wellness programs and services and practical steps towards achieving that vision

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