Williams Lake, British Columbia, 1956

Canada's first and only Indian Air Cadet Unit, "No. 610 Sqdn. RCAC." The boys are from the Roman Catholic-run Williams Lake Indian Residential School. Williams Lake, British Columbia, 1956.


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Health Supports

Health Canada will provide a network of Aboriginal Regional Health Support Workers. These Health Support Workers will be available on site and will be wearing kiwi green vests. Team leads will be wearing red vests. They are all there to provide immediate support.

Interpreters will be available to support access to health support services. If you need an interpreter, please request this on site from a health support personnel.

The following types of support are also available:

Cultural Support - such as traditional healing, ceremonies or Elder teachings (kiwi green vests with a CSP logo).
Emotional Support - such as listening, talking and general emotional support.  
Counselling - such as individual, family and/or group counselling.

Elders Health Support Area - Cultural Supports, such as Elders and traditional healers, will be available on-site to provide traditional healing, ceremonies or teachings. Anyone wishing to talk to, or receive support from an Elder may visit this area.

Location: Two large tents in the Skate Park

Times: For the duration of public and private statement gathering

For more information about available health supports call: Health Canada British Columbia Region Toll Free: 1-877-477-0775 or the 24-HOUR CRISIS LINE is available to provide immediate emotional assistance: 1-866-925-4419