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NAN: “Safe Streets, Safe Community”

The “Safe Streets, Safe Community” Community Safety Forum was attended by over 200 representatives of Aboriginal organizations, municipal politics, law enforcement, and the general public. The need for cooperation in striving toward a safer community was stressed by the guest speakers, and members of the audience were asked to put forth possible steps toward concrete […]

by ahnationtalk on January 22, 2016280 Views

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NAN Community Safety Forum- Report

The “Safe Streets, Safe Community” Community Safety Forum was attended by over 200 representatives of Aboriginal organizations, municipal politics, law enforcement, and the general public. The need for cooperation in striving toward a safer community was stressed by the guest speakers, and members of the audience were asked to put forth possible steps toward concrete […]

by ahnationtalk on October 26, 2015241 Views

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Aboriginal Children in Care Report to Canada’s Premiers 2015

Aboriginal children are over-represented in child welfare systems across Canada. In August 2014, Canada’s Premiers directed provinces and territories (PTs) to work with Aboriginal communities in their respective jurisdictions to share information on local solutions; and acknowledged the need for governments and Aboriginal communities to work collectively to address this Canada-wide problem. Although Premiers also […]

by mmnationtalk on July 20, 2015586 Views

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National Treatment Indicators 2012–2013 Data

Background Substance abuse is a significant health, economic and social issue in Canada. One way to reduce the burden of substance abuse is through evidence-informed treatment. Such an approach requires reliable data to inform decisions about effective system and service planning. In 2012, the Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS) found that 4.4% of Canadians age […]

by ahnationtalk on April 30, 2015285 Views

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Stepping Up

Stepping Up is the Government of Ontario’s evidence-based strategic framework for improving youth outcomes. It is a guide for decision-making, program planning and partnerships so that everyone involved in supporting youth between 12 and 25, can work together through a common, shared approach. The 2014 Stepping Up Annual Report highlights the Government of Ontario’s progress […]

by pmnationtalk on December 2, 2014401 Views

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