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IN Perspective – Summer 2018

The Summer 2018 IN Perspective is out and available to read here. This season’s newsletter features the following:

    • Executive Update
    • Message from the Representative for Children and Youth
    • Gladue Report Training
    • Cultural Perspectives Training
    • Training Calendar

Summer 2018 IN Perspective

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If you have any questions about IN Perspective or would like to have your news or event posted in our next newsletter send us an email using the contact page on our website.

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Designated Band Representative Training Hosted at IPS October 10 & 11, 2018

Indigenous Perspectives Society is hosting a ‘pay per seat’ session of Designated Band Representative Training (DBR) at IPS on October 10 & 11, 2018 to provide a training option for communities in British Columbia with a few staff, or who are not able to bring Designated Banc Representative training to their region.

COST: $500/seat with lunch and training materials included. (travel costs are not included)

For more information and to register for Designated Band Representative training visit:  http://ipsociety.ca/training/community-and-family-support-training/designated-band-representative-training/

West Shore Indigenous People’s Day – Save The Date!

Indigenous Perspectives Society and community partners are hosting our fourth annual West Shore Indigenous People’s Day Festival on June 21, 2018 from 11 am to 3 pm.

Save the date as it is sure to be a wonderful event!

Festivities include traditional singing, drumming and dancing, free children’s activities, a free lunch and information booths showcasing the organizations partnering to host this great community cultural event.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Sew a Reusable Shopping Bag at Make-A-Thon IPS Fundraiser

The Makehouse is hosting a free Make-A-Thon on April 28 from 10 am to 4 pm where participants can learn to make beautiful and practical reusable shopping bags.

If you don’t know how to sew, bring a sewing savvy friend with you, or let Jenny at the Makehouse know and she may be able to find you a swing mentor.

There will be door prizes including a chance to win a seat in our next Cultural Perspectives Training Session and an IPS blanket!

Proceeds of any donations received from the event will support Indigenous Perspectives Society. Register now at http://themakehouse.ca/ to reserve you spot in the fun and useful workshop.

Thank you, Makehouse, for supporting us!

IN Perspective – Spring 2018

The Spring 2018 IN Perspective is out and available to read here. This season’s newsletter features the following:

    • Executive Update
    • Message from the Representative for Children and Youth
    • Gladue Report Training
    • Cultural Perspectives Training
    • Staff Profile
    • Winter Training Calendar

Spring 2018 IN Perspective

Sign up to receive our quarterly edition of IN Perspective using the sign up feature at the bottom right corner of this page.

If you have any questions about IN Perspective or would like to have your news or event posted in our next newsletter send us an email using the contact page on our website.