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Children’s advocates call for significant mental health planning and investment now and after pandemic on National Child and Youth Mental Health Day

COVID-19 is having major mental health consequences for children and youth across Canada and will have a lasting – and ...
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Excluded: Increasing Understanding, Support and Inclusion for Children with FASD and their Families

The provincial government should take both immediate and long-term action to improve supports and services to children with fetal alcohol ...
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Representative’s statement on Social Work Week

This year, we celebrate Social Work Week under the continued cloud of the COVID-19 pandemic – a circumstance that, over ...
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Representative’s Statement on International Women’s Day

This International Women's Day, we raise our hands to women everywhere -- especially here in British Columbia -- who have ...
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