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

Wolf lessons

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A lot can be learned by watching wolves working together. There aren’t many Canadians alive today who have a mountain named after them. Sorry, make that an entire mountain chain: Antarctica’s “Roots Range” was dubbed in honour of this explorer,

Mark Twain’s Adam and Eve

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A recitation of a wonderful look at life with fresh eyes.

Mosqoy- Sacred Valley Youth Fund

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on Vimeo. “Mosqoy” means “dream” in the local Quechua language and demonstrates our main objective: to fulfill the dreams of Quechua communities in Peru. Mosqoy is a not-for-profit business based both in Victoria, BC, Canada and in Cusco, Peru. Here

Social Circus

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A process and a culture that helps bridge the connection between strangers. It’s a form of change. It brings out the kid in you. The Circus Community allows you to meet your tribe wherever you are in the world.

Navigating through being bi-polar: A Therapist’s experience

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60 Second De-stressing Tool

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Simple steps that care giving staff can follow to lower their stress.

Bruce Saunders .. Movie Mondays

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Peter shared this story at Mental and Spiritual Health Workshop as an example of the health giving impact of finding purpose and meaning, for an individual and their community. For more of Bruce’s story

Re-writing our story

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A psychotherapist shares a story how her ‘Rewrite Your Life’ process helped deal with grief, and opened new doors in a man’s life.

Ian Chisholm — leadership and Roger Colwill

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The unique way that Roger looked at leadership, goals and life.