The Spotted Eagle Society is a National Indigenous Men’s advisory committee within Communities, Alliances, & Networks (CAAN). One of our objectives is to give a voice to Indigenous men and boys across Canada towards centering and living their best cultural lives.
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We are conducting 5 regional sharing circles over the month of May. CAAN Elder in Residence, Albert McLeod, will be present to ground the circles, alongside the research coordinators. The sharing circles will be held at 1 pm local time and will be approximately 1-1.5 hours long. Participants will receive $30 in honorarium to thank you for your time. Please see the attached poster for the list of dates and times.
The JIHR is a peer-reviewed journal which welcomes contributions from any author. Priority however, may be given to an author of Indigenous ancestry/background, should manuscripts of comparable quality be available. First consideration will be given to innovative articles covering areas identified as HIV/AIDS research-intensive which demonstrates the use of community-based research (CBR) methods and/or philosophy.
CAAN & the Dr. Peter Centre are holding national dialogues in
each of the 4 directions.
We invite Indigenous Women living with HIV and/or Hepatitis C to
share perspectives and learnings on how the COVID-19 pandemic has
had an impact on Gender Based Violence (GBV).
The Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos, P.C., M.P.Minister of HealthHealth CanadaSent via email: November 17, 2021 Dear Minister Duclos: On behalf of the organizations enumerated above, we write to congratulate you and […]
CAAN’s Men’s Leadership Project has been hosting virtual wellness circles for people who identify as Indigenous Men (if you identify as male). If this is you, please join the Men’s […]
On October 21, CAAN co-hosted a consultation on limiting HIV criminalization in partnership with the HIV Legal Network and HALCO (HIV & AIDS Legal Clinic of Ontario). This consultation was […]
The organization has been listening and talking to members regarding the re-branding of the Network. There have been several suggestions. One that came to light was Communities, Alliances And Networks (CAAN).
Hishuk ish tsawalk. This is a Nuu-chah-nulth worldview that means Everything is One. We are all One. SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) has reminded us that we are interconnected. The well-being of One is the well-being of all of us.