To go to any of the podcast links, resources and sources mentioned in the document, please download a PDF version below, or scroll down for direct links and content! *Refresh this page, if content doesn’t load* Online Materials Greg Paul – ‘Resurrecting Religion’: “As Christians, it is imperative that we – in the very least … Continue reading Greg Paul
‘The Story Of A National Crime’ Dr. Peter Bryce – Canada’s first chief officer of medical health – for 15 years he tried to alert authorities beginning in 1904 “For 15 years, Dr. Peter Bryce, Canada’s first chief officer of medical health repeatedly warned his superiors that the country’s disease-riddled residential schools had become glorified … Continue reading ‘The Story Of A National Crime’ | The Tyee
Ray Aldred – A status Cree Indian from the Alberta Swan River Band tells how he found healing from a life of calamity. In this episode of Now & Then, Dr. Ray Aldred, now, Director of the Indigenous Studies at the Vancouver School of Theology, shares how Henri Nouwen’s words have helped him and other … Continue reading Shifting From An Identity Of Shame To A Heritage Of Dignity
Uncommons.ca Podcast with MP Nate Erskine-Smith’s – August 14, 2021 “Powerful advocate Cindy Blackstock joins Nate to discuss Indigenous child welfare, including the Human Rights Tribunal decision and judicial review application related the equality of treatment for First Nations children, and compensation.” Indigenous child welfare with Cindy Blackstock – Uncommons.ca Podcast – MP Nathaniel Erskine-Smith’s … Continue reading Indigenous Child Welfare With Cindy Blackstock
An ‘Uncommons.ca Podcast’ hosted by Liberal Beaches MP Nate Erskine-Smith’s – March 26, 2021 “The federal government has committed to ending chronic homelessness, and Nate is joined by Adam Vaughan and Anne Babcock – Woodgreen – to discuss how we can best deliver on that commitment.” They discuss how the federal government has increased funding … Continue reading Ending Chronic Homelessness With Adam Vaughan & Anne Babcock
With Kennedy Stewart – Mayor of Vancouver – August 11, 2021 Uncommons.ca Podcast with MP Nate Erskine-Smith Vancouver’s Mayor Kennedy Stewart joins Nate to discuss that city’s proposal to decriminalize all drugs for personal use, and solutions to deliver affordable housing. Canada faces an opioid crisis that continues to kill thousands, and an acute housing … Continue reading Decriminalization and housing affordability
Tamara Lorincz has shared this public statement about the tragic death of her brother in October 2020, in the hope that telling Derek’s story will help others and will encourage a stronger movement towards drug reform. Tamara says: “With this statement, I would like to be open about my brother’s death, and to let you … Continue reading Opioid Crisis and Drug Reform
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