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CAAN Communities, Alliances & Networks and Dr. Peter Center are delighted to invite you to another series of Indigenous-led trauma informed Harm Reduction training. This training is part of the national project, The Canoe and is free to attend. The Canoe aims to bring relevant, non-stigmatizing, context-specific harm reduction practices for rural and remote indigenous communities to the national stage. 

No One is left out of the Circle: How to Engage People who use Drugs into Cultural Activities and Programs 

 Monday 6th May 2024 at 10 am-11 am PST (Vancouver BC)/1 pm-2 pm EST (Toronto ON). 

Register here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYld-mqpjgsHNfclk-NXNYdRmjWWEHrywgf

The facilitator for this session is Patrick SmithI am an Indigenous Male from the Tlingit , Kwaguluth , Qualicum bands with many relatives from Alaska to Chile. I have worked in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside for 24 years for a wide variety of non profits and numerous depts in the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority and the First Nation Health Authority . I am the founder and former Executive Director of Culture Saves Lives: a low barrier cultural Center at One East Hastings in Vancouver BC. I was also instrumental in bringing the Managed Alcoh