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Category: Resources - Coronavirus (COVID-19)
There are many helpful resources for Indigenous Peoples, with a focus on First Nations, Métis, and Inuit communities in Canada and Quebec (though some international and U.S. resources are included).
The following resources have been gathered by the Cultural and Indigenous Research in Counselling Psychology (CIRC) lab within the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology at McGill University.
Source: First Nations Education Steering Committee (FNESC)
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to evolve in BC, Canada, and internationally. This page will share the latest information from the First Nations Education Steering Committee, the First Nations Schools Association, and the Indigenous Adult and Higher Learning Association about impacts to our events or operations due to COVID-19, and links to external resources that we hope will be helpful and informative for First Nations schools, First Nations communities, and our partners. For the latest news, see the BC Government News, First Nations Health Authority, and BC Centre for Disease Control.
Le gouvernement du Canada aide les communautés des Premières Nations et des Inuit à se préparer, à surveiller et à répondre à la COVID-19.
The Government of Canada supports First Nations and Inuit communities in preparing for, monitoring and responding to COVID-19.
The following is a compiled list of available resources for students during the COVID-19 outbreak. This list will be updated as new resources become available.
Students may experience a range of emotions during the COVID-19 situation. As well, changes in routine, including time away from school, may create challenges for some students. We also understand that young people with pre-existing mental health problems may find their symptoms increasing in light of the current uncertainties.
We’ve compiled tips and resources to help answer questions you may have about how to support students during this time.