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B.C. communities benefit from investments in emergency preparedness

B.C. communities benefit from investments in emergency preparedness

September 20, 2020 at 10:19 am  BC, News, Politics

21 proposals for Indigenous Cultural Safety and Cultural Humility Training

Bulkley-Nechako Regional District – Indigenous Cultural Awareness Training at NESST Conference

Total approved funding: $8,741.06

Central Coast Regional District – Regional Central Coast Cultural Competency Training Project
Total approved funding: $49,967.50

Delta – Cultural Safety and Cultural Humility Training Project for Emergency Services

Total approved funding: $25,000

Doig River First Nation – Cultural Safety and Humility Training Pilot Project

Total approved funding: $25,000

East Kootenay Regional District – East Kootenay Emergency Program Indigenous Cultural Awareness Training

Total approved funding: $25,000

Gitxaala Nation – Gitxaala 2030: Cultural Safety in Emergency Services
Total approved funding: $25,000

Halalt First Nation – Cultural Safety and Humility Training
Total approved funding: $24,475

Kitimat – Emergency Management Indigenous Cultural Safety and Humility Training

Total approved funding: $6,875

Metchosin – Bridging of Emergency Preparedness with Cultural Awareness

Total approved funding: $23,650

Northern Rockies Regional Municipality – Indigenous Cultural Humility and Cultural Safety Training

Total approved funding: $22,000

Pemberton – Improving Our Cultural Competency: Cultural Training for EOC Staff and Fire Rescue

Total approved funding: $14,500

Penticton Indian Band – Indigenous Cultural Safety and Cultural Humility Training

Total approved funding: $25,000

qathet Regional District – qathet RD and Tla’amin Nation Indigenous Cultural Safety and Humility Training

Total approved funding: $25,000

Skawahlook First Nation – Historical Impacts Training for Emergency Response Personnel

Total approved funding: $23,067

Squamish – Indigenous Cultural Safety and Humility Training for Emergency Personnel

Total Approved Funding: $25,000

Stz’uminus First Nation – Cultural Awareness as Emergency Preparedness

Total approved funding: $24,420

Tl’azt’en Nation – Preparing for Tomorrow

Total approved funding: $25,000

Tsilhqot’in National Government – Regional Tsilhqot’in Nation Cultural Safety and Humility Program

Total approved funding: $125,440

Vernon – Cultural Safety and Cultural Humility Training Project for Emergency Services

Total approved funding: $25,000

We Wai Kai First Nation – Regional Ligwilda’xw and Kwakwaka’wakw Teachings for Culturally Aware Emergency Care

Total approved funding: $125,000

Whistler – Indigenous Cultural Safety Training for Emergency Management Personnel

Total approved funding: $16,138

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