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The Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation (SHRF) has funded nine projects aimed at advancing reconciliation in Saskatchewan. PATHS has partnered with the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation (PBCN) and RESOLVE Saskatchewan to create video resources to be used in men’s violence prevention groups. These videos will provide Indigenous men with an opportunity to share traditional knowledge about healthy families and discuss the role of men as protectors within Indigenous communities as they reflect on colonialist legacies around gender and intergenerational trauma and celebrate traditional practices of community safety and healing. These videos will serve as a vital resource for First Nations and Métis communities that may otherwise have limited internet access. Read about this and other SHRF-funded projects here.
"A phone, a smart home, a digitally connected car — these are the tools of digital domestic abuse that anti-violence experts say is on the rise." https://halifax.citynews.ca/local-news/from-smart-homes-to-connected-cars-new-tools-of-domestic-abuse-make-escape-harder-6302304