fncares (@fncares )

fncares

Bio We translate research on structural disadvantages for First Nations kids into pragmatic, community-based solutions that improve safety, well-being, & success.
Location Edmonton, Alberta
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Account created 27-03-2013 00:38:25
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Twitter Web App : You can make a difference for First Nations kids! Get outside and build a snow bear for #Have a Heart Day! twitter.com/CaringSociety/…

Twitter Web App : The Caring Society has created a new activity and lesson plan for Have a Heart Day! If you have snow outside and a bit of creativity, join us in creating a snow bear for #HaveAHeartDay and share your bear. See all the details here: buff.ly/394ANzb

Twitter Web App : Sadly not a surprise. The inequities in federally funded public services on reserve place First Nations in a position where they are more vulnerable to pandemics and less able to deal with them. The Spirit Bear plan would end the discrimination- Canada has not implemented it. twitter.com/kkirkup/status…

Twitter Web App : It is not up to Indigenous people to repair the harms that Canadians have done to Indigenous peoples. — Gabrielle V Fayant (A7G). At 8/11pm with Grand Chief Serge Simon (Mohawk Council of Kanesatake), @pam_palmater, Clayton Shirt (Waakebiness-Bryce Institute for Indigenous Health) & Steve Paikin | Producer Liane Kotler #cdnpoli

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Twitter Web App : Marc Miller acts here as if Canada has not been fighting the human rights case tooth and nail since it was filed in 2007, but it HAS. He & David Lametti should be held accountable for the ongoing discrimination against First Nations kids through their challenge to this order! twitter.com/APTNNews/statu…

Twitter Web App : Hey Teachers! Tomorrow is our launch webinar for Spirit Bears Virtual School. Join our special guests and researchers as we learn about celebrating Have a Heart Day in your classroom. Register here to attend: buff.ly/2XBknaV

Twitter Web App : The Peter Henderson Bryce Award is named in honour of Dr. Bryce, a courageous advocate for First Nations, Métis & Inuit childrens wellbeing. This years award will be given to a child/youth or group of children /youth. Send your nomination by April 30 buff.ly/2WFDoHL

Twitter Web App : The Caring Society has received word that many organizations have received emails from Cindy Blackstock (Cindy Blackstock) asking for Google Play gift cards. Please note this is not legitimate. If you received an email like this, let us know at info@fncaringsociety.com. Thanks everyone!

Twitter Web App : Learn about equity and funding for the wellbeing of Indigenous children and families in Canada and the US for the Touchstones of Hope Dialogue Series, Friday Jan 22! Register buff.ly/3mwmK9z and catch up on the introductory session buff.ly/3sqGLSF

Twitter Web App : Substantive equality in accessing services means that First Nations children may need and have a right to services and supports beyond the normative standard of care...as a way of remedying Canada’s discrimination.fncaringsociety.com/publications/2…

Twitter Web App : Today, January 18th, we honour Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. for his relentless drive to eliminate racism, inequality, poverty, war and so many other social injustices. What are you doing for others? #MLK #MLKDay #MLKDay2021

Twitter Web App : Leading up to #HaveAHeartDay 2021, we will be highlighting some of the past art and letters children have shared. Lets get inspired together! This piece is by Mars, Sahaira, and Nahalia. Learn how you can participate at buff.ly/2Q7cokA.

Twitter Web App : Cindy Blackstock: A relentless champion for Indigenous children’s rights macleans.ca/society/cindy-…

Twitter Web App : In light of the pending judicial review on the eligibility of non-status First Nations kids, we have updated our information sheet on 2020 CHRT 36. A reminder that until the judicial review is decided, the Tribunals ruling on eligibility still stands! buff.ly/3bJyOlQ