Caring at St Aidans

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Moments of compassionate caring stand out …. and are frequently found at St Aidans.

Classroom Moments – got your back

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A teacher finds great support from one of her grade 8 student.

A ‘Canada’ moment – of helping

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This is a beautiful moment in so many ways. Help from a stranger in the early morning made this trip possible.

Valdy’s synthesis of the community at Vancouver Island MusicFest

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Stopped Valdy enroute to his next show..His musical career gives him a rare view of the evolution and uniqueness of the MusicFest. He’s a gifted observer. For other MusicFest Festival Moments…

Loved Darlingside at MusicFest

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I asked what surprised her.. and she changed the question to what she was enchanted by… for other MusicFest Festival Moments…

An evolving facilitation process

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Shifted from ‘textbook’ approach to one that is 80% magic and 20% technique

Finding new ways of conversation

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Bob’s work with Fraser Basin Council recognizes we need to have new conversations, new ways of talking and collaborating in our world.

A tall ship sailor… and a paddle board

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On an early morning he paddled out on Cadboro Bay near Victoria. He came back with a story.

CRUW success: empowering urban youth

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The Culturally Relevant Urban Wellness (CRUW) program has been developed through a partnership between Vancouver Aboriginal Child and Family Services Society (VACFSS), the UBC Institute for Aboriginal Health (IAH), and Pacific Community Resources Society (PCRS). The program targets Aboriginal and

Neighbours…

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It reaches a point where some direct, timely, conversations help adult children respect the neighbourhood.